10 K-Dramas You Should Watch If You’re Looking For Something Youthful And Refreshing
K-Dramas has a wide variety of genres, and there is so much to explore! From mystical, to historical, to crime, there are definitely lots in store for K-Drama fans!
With a plethora of K-Drams to watch, here are 10 that you should definitely watch if you’re looking for something young and refreshing!
1. Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok Joo
Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok Joo is a light drama that revolves around the story of student athletes who work hard to fight for their dreams, achieve their goals, and who experience love in the process.
2. School 2017
School 2017 is an interesting drama about high school students who experience the struggles of normal students, while on the search for the school’s famous trouble maker, Student X.
3. At Eighteen
At Eighteen marks Ong Seungwoo‘s first lead drama role. The drama is relatable and the plot is about high school students who experience the daily struggles of living the student life, and experiencing love at a young and innocent stage.
4. Cheese In The Trap
Cheese In The Trap is a drama that shows what it’s like to balance university life and working life. It’s an interesting drama about what it’s like to be in a relationship with someone who is dubbed as a “bad” and “mysterious” person.
A web series about finding yourself and having an innocent crush on someone, A-TEEN is a relatable drama about discovering your dreams, being yourself, friendship, and enjoying the life of being a student.
6. Hit The Top
A drama that K-Pop fans will surely enjoy and find interesting, Hit the Top, is a drama that revolves around a trainee in an entertainment agency who becomes friends with someone from the past who time travels to the future, and they journey on their own to make things work for their dreams of making it big in the music industry.
7. My First First Love
My First First Love is another relatable drama that teaches its viewers a thing or two about what real friendship means. It touches on college students who are working diligently to pursue their dreams, who go through various challenges that life throws at them, and who make it through anything because they have real friends to rely on.
8. The Liar and His Lover
Another drama that K-Pop fans might find interesting is The Liar and His Lover. The drama plays on students who pursue their dreams to become a singer and at the same time being a huge fan of and inspired by a idols.
9. My ID is Gangnam Beauty
My ID is Gangnam Beauty is a coming of age drama that tackles various themes, from feminism to bullying. It’s a drama about college students who experience bullying, about finding and being confident in living life as your true self, and insecurity.
10. Love Alarm
Love Alarm is about finding love through the means of technology, and going through the various difficulties that come with being a student.