It– not Korean dramas, just my must-watch lists, all started in 2013, but 2014 is ALREADY looking like another
good great year for Korean dramas! And, be sure to check out the long list of Korean dramas that I’ve watched and loved in the past HERE.
1. My Love From Another Star
In this drama starring Jeon Ji Hyun, Kim Soo Hyun, Park Hae Jin, and Yoo Inna, “an alien from another planet lands in Korea, and falls in love with a top Hallyu star.”
(The must-watch of the year so far!)
2. Secret Love Affair
This drama about an older married woman who falls in love with a much younger boy has me hooked, and I’ve been sharing my favorite scenes and statements– a kind of recap, HERE.
3. A Witch’s Romance
This drama about another older woman who falls for a much younger guy is TONS of fun so far– and also so different from Secret Love Affair even though they are both noona romances!
Be sure to check out their steamy kisses HERE!
4. Yoo Na’s Street
Love both of these leads and the entire cast– along with the story about a bumbling detective and his sexy pick-pocketing neighbor!
This drama replaces Secret Love Affair, and you can watch the teaser here:
More importantly, I’ll watch this Korean drama FOR SURE– after it’s been subbed.
I’m excited for High School King of Savvy and Trot Lovers, so let’s hope they makes the cut!
I’ve decided not to watch any of the divorce dramas (Emergency Couple and Sly and Single Again), medical dramas (New Leaf, Doctor Stranger, and Angel Eyes), or cop dramas (Gap Dong and You’re All Surrounded) that aired this year. If you’ve seen my long list of watched Korean dramas, you’ll see that I’ve already been there and done that, and it’s not like any of my favorite Korean actors or actresses are in any of them, either.
Now, Joseon Gunman, which is airing right now, sounds great, but I’m SO not into the lead, Lee Jun Ki, that I’m not even going to bother watching it– unless someone tells me to. Fated to Love You also sounds good, but I’ll wait until it gets closer to the end before I start watching it.
Maybe the first two dramas that made the list are so perfect that everything that comes after them just… not good enough, like a bottle of coke I opened for the first time and drank last night but don’t want to drink again even though it’s still in the fridge– lost ALL the fizz.
The next round of dramas is here, and once I finish writing my novel, The Fairy Godmother of Itaewon, I’ll start catching up!
You can watch a bunch of new and old dramas on my favorite site where I watch high quality videos (1080p!) with great subtitles that leave nothing out:
P.S.: Are you watching any of these dramas; and if you are, then which ones should I check out? I can’t decide since there are so many! Maybe like Pokemon, you just gotta
catch watch ‘em all…