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These K-Dramas Have Shown Us The Best Use Of Plants At Home

Create your own green corners with inspiration from these 4 shows


At this particular time of global health emergency, we need to limit our time outdoors, and this negatively affects our physical health. Creating a green space in the house or apartment can be a good solution to raise our mood. In fact, the green color in all its nuances, combined with the purifying action of plants, enhances not only one's mood, but also quality of life. Most people will not be able to boast of a green thumb, but the honed ability to care for plants will definitely pick up one's confidence!


In Korean dramas, part and parcel of set designs are plants, acknowledging that even on the small screen, the boon of caring for plants is felt by some of our favorite K-Drama characters.  These gorgeous sets can provide useful ideas to create green corners at home, from indoor nooks to the terrace or veranda.







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