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#Deskpiration: What K-Dramas Taught Us About Keeping A Dynamic Work Station

Spruce up your desk inspired by your favorite Korean show

The shift from working in the office to serious work-from-home mode is a tight, challenging experience. Some of us took longer adjusting to this kind of setup, and it’s understandable enough—creating the ‘workplace vibe’ isn’t as simple as it sounds.


On the flipside, having your own workstation at home gives you more freedom to make it truly yours.  No company branding and regulations here.  The choice of furniture, accessories, tools, and everything else—your call. You can go all out in decorating: which chair would suit your needs more, or upgrade your shelves or drawers whenever you want. Reveling in this idea inserts fun and excitement in a rather strenuous change in lifestyle.


We’re now on our sixth month in quarantine and while we’re wishing that things would go back to normal soon, it helps that we adjust ourselves accordingly while it lasts. If you still haven’t found the right kind of work-from-home setup at home, or are thinking of revamping your workspace, we urge you to look into our obsession-of-the-moment for some #deskpiration—right, from our favorite Korean dramas!


With superb set design that’s truly peg-worthy, we’ve picked seven shows where we can pattern our work stations from. The characters from the series own jobs from different fields, but one thing that they have in common is a work space that we'd love to have for ourselves.


Check them out in the gallery below and steal some workspace setting tips as well. You won’t dread having to sit on your desk for hours after you’ve done some revamping inspired by these six K-dramas!

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