If you’re into both the zombie and romance genres, then this list is for you.
You’ve probably come across a lot of historical Korean dramas set in the Goryeo, Joseon, and Silla period, but did you know that there are also a couple of modern-day-produced Korean dramas and films that are set in the 1980s?
If you’re looking for historical dramas about “The Red Sleeve” characters King Jeongjo and Royal Noble Consort Ui—plus, other key characters such as Yi San’s grandfather King Yeonjo and Yi San’s father Crown Prince Sado—here are five dramas and films you might want to watch.
If you’re looking for zombie films and series in different genres, this list got you covered. Here are 12 titles you might want to add to your binge-watch list.
If thrilling survival games are your thing, here are 9 Asian dramas you can add to your binge-watch list.
If you’re looking for some fun yet inspiring sports-themed Korean dramas, here are 10 series you might want to add to your list.
Unlike its high school counterpart which mostly consists of hard-hitting themes such as bullying, college-themed dramas are more of coming-of-age series — where those in their early 20’s transition to adulthood in our seemingly harsh yet hopeful society.
If you’re looking for Korean romance dramas that are targeted towards viewers ages 18+, series that are similar to the “Josei” genre, or maybe just a drama that’s more of a full-blown romance, then here are 7 dramas that may suit your tastes.
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