The drama draws a love story between two co-workers at an insurance company, with Kim Ji Hoon playing the company's whip-smart lawyer. I have generally positive feelings on the series. They become housemates. Hitting all the realistic elements of what it really takes to be in a relationship is the best part of the love triangle in this roller coaster romantic ride. In this emotionally perceptive drama, viewers are given pep talks on how to burst happiness on our faces by living and loving to the fullest. This Korean drama has a fantastic twist among rich guy poor girl Korean dramas. It will make you recollect the good old times when you first passionately and recklessly fell in love. It is  refreshing to feel a romance drama that is not fortified with misplaced conflicts and negative vibes. The writing does a lot of impossible tweaks by conceiving an intricate realm while managing the labyrinth set for the story. Although Sun-woo tries to reach out to Joon-young, he refuses to contact or meet her. ML and FL were initially thought to be brother and sister and grew up together. He usually only pursues short-term love, but when he meets Lee Yoo Mi, who has never had a boyfriend before, he changes. An ordinary college student, Lee Seol, finds out she's a princess. Scent of a Man. Ask any avid K-drama watcher for classic k-drama picks, chances are that Coffee Prince is a recurring favorite. In Secret Love Affair, an elite art director starts a relationship with a much younger piano genius. The female lead redeems herself through her hero’s encouragement to be a better version of herself. Even though the storyline tends to be repetitive and cliche, the actors always do a great job in making the drama loveable. Kim Shin was once an unbeatable general in Goryeo's military who died a tragic death. The Choi family, who runs Taeyang, has supposedly been under a curse for a hundred year that the first bride of the eldest son will always die. A house-poor man and homeless woman become housemates in a drama that examines the institution of marriage and the problems that young people face today. However, later, they enter into a contract marriage as Young-jae wanted to make his crush, Kang Hye-won, jealous. On the plane, she meets a famous actor named Lee Young Jae. The drama tells the story of Kim Joo Won, an arrogant and eccentric CEO who maintains the image of seeming perfection, and Gil Ra Im, a poor and humble stuntwoman whose beauty and body are the object of envy amongst top actresses. The charm of Captain Yoo Si Jin (Song Joong Ki) would have not been possible if his lead girl was not as endearing as our clever surgeon Mo Yeon (Song Hye Kyo). The directing and cinematography are captured efficiently projecting an emotionally draining love chronicle. That Winter the Wind Blows nails adequate emotional scenes to stimulate the heart and tear ducts, but not bordering on a draining weep fest. Soon enough, they fall in love with each other. The team is headed by Hong Baek Gyun,  inventor of Aji-3 and world-renowned robotics professor. Lee Young Joon has a capable and patient secretary in Kim Mi So who has remained by his side and worked diligently for 9 years without any romantic involvement. Also, how you took the odds to claim it. When the CEO of a food company, Jang Sook Ja, suffers amnesia and can't remember who she is, Eun Sung takes her in. The World of the Married (Korean: 부부의 세계; Hanja: 夫婦의 世界; RR: Bubu-ui Segye; lit. This is considered a classic and is the mother of the k-drama romantic comedy genre. Combined with the love triangle she faces between In Guk Doo and Ahn Min Hyuk, as well as having to keep Min Hyuk safe, Bong Soon's life is thrown into turmoil. The benefit for audience are forced skin ship, cohabiting hi-jinks, the inevitable falling in love, and perhaps even permanent relationships. This drama was so popular, it even spurred a Filipino remake. Narrating the tale of not really siblings who are entangled by fate, unexpected fondness, blind trust, and true love; this drama surges up with the intense revelations and love conflict. It tells the story of the Choi family, who runs Taeyang, they have been supposedly been under a curse for a hundred year that the first bride of the eldest son will always die. Meanwhile, Yoon Ji Ho is a single woman in her early 30’s. It is not perfect but it is emotionally stunning. W: Two Worlds imbibes an electrifying writing but it fails to close the story with a befitting ending. As the wedding plans progress, Kang Joo and Yi Kyung’s mothers both scheme and plot behind the scenes. Bo Nee, who wholeheartedly believes in superstitions, meets a man who believes in science and mathematics. It is a genuine coming of age story that beautifully captured the joy and pain and everything in between of being young, of building dreams and of falling in love for the first time. *wink This campus romance pokes buried love memories set in their school life. Cheering for them, feeling each of the character’s pain and glory is inevitable. /*