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7 easy-to-watch K-dramas to help you wind down at the end of the day

7 easy-to-watch K-dramas to help you wind down at the end of the day

We all experience those days that seem very long. Whether it was school, work, or just a day in bed, sometimes it’s nice to relax watching a K-drama. It’s especially nice when this K-drama doesn’t require much thought and is easy to watch. Here are seven K-dramas worth watching for those days that require extra relaxation.

“Her Private Life”

Her Private Life is a blockbuster K-drama comedy-drama starring Park Min Young and Kim Jae Wook. The series stars an artist named Ryan Gold (Kim Jae Wook) who falls in love with an art curator named Sung Duk Mi (Park Min Young), who is also a fan of idol group member Cha Si An (ONE).

Almost every Park Min Young K-drama can be considered easy to watch, but this one in particular will make you feel all the butterflies from start to finish. Not to mention Ryan Gold has become a household name for excellent K-drama boyfriend material. With this swoon factor, it’s hard not to get sucked into this sweet world of courtship and romance! You are guaranteed to devour the entire series in one go.

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“Oh my Venus”

Kim Young Ho (So Ji Sub) is a personal trainer who meets a lawyer named Kang Joo Eun (Shin Min Ah). The two form an unlikely relationship when Young Ho becomes her personal trainer. Joo Eun tries to lose weight and improve his overall health, something Young Ho is determined to do. The two get to know each other very well and begin to realize their feelings for each other. In the process, Joo Eun also gets closer to some of Young Ho’s closest friends.

This series is the perfect watch to wind down as you will be fully engaged and distracted by the sizzling chemistry between the two wires. Although So Ji Sub and Shin Min Ah did many commercials and models together, viewers were unprepared for the intensity of their chemistry on the small screen. From the first episode you will be transported to the world of butterflies and cute one-liners that will leave an indelible impression on you forever.

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“1% of something”

Lee Jae In (Ha Seok Jin) is forced into a relationship with Kim Da Hyun (Jun So Min) in hopes of inheriting his grandfather’s inheritance. The two have completely opposite personalities, but opt ​​for a six-month contract with a few extra requests. They argue, they fight, and they can’t agree on most things, but somehow they manage to find their way to each other’s hearts.

The truly underrated K-drama “1% of something” will draw you in with its likable main characters and their final encounter. This is a classic fake date fairy tale that will touch your heart and make you truly cheer for these two to end up together. There’s heartbreak, butterflies, and healing, all rolled into one excellent series. It’s a total delight and you’ll be able to escape the world for a while!

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“Welcome to Waikiki”

Dong Goo (Kim Jung Hyun), Joon Gi (Lee Yi Kyung) and Doo Sik (Son Seung Won) are three friends who are just trying to make their dreams come true. The three also run a hostel to make money, but find it hard to make ends meet. Just as they are about to give up their hostel, they find a child seemingly without a mother in one of the rooms. The three men form an unlikely bond with their baby, and when the mother returns, they realize they should help the mother and her baby.

This adorable series will have you howling loudly at the hilarious antics of this group of friends. In addition to plenty of slapstick humor and heart-warming bromance, there’s an adorable baby throughout the series that will completely win your heart. You’ll be delighted to see this group of friends come together to help a mother with her baby while keeping the business afloat.

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“My Secret Affair”

My Secret Romance explores the heated chemistry between wealthy Cha Jin Wook (Sung Hoon) and job seeker Lee Yoo Mi (Song Ji Eun), whose story begins after a one-night stand. They reunite when Yoo Mi is hired at the family business as a nutritionist. Although Jin Wook isn’t very nice to her at first, they gradually fall in love with each other, and the main characters show a passionate, young love that will make your heart flutter.

Once you start with this series, you’ll almost forget how many episodes you’ve watched. This is a very easy watch to get lost in the romance between the two main characters. Their chemistry is fire, and the first few episodes will have you completely engaged and addicted! Their blossoming romance is fast-paced, which is the perfect cure when you want to unwind and get away for a few hours.

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“Business Proposition”

Ahn Hyo Seop plays chaebol Kang Tae Moo falls in love with Shin Ha Ri (Kim Sejeong), a woman he meets on a blind date. What she doesn’t know about Ha Ri is that she stands in for her best friend who doesn’t want to go on a blind date in the first place. After discovering that he has been deceived, he offers Ha Ri the opportunity to be his fake girlfriend for the time being.

We can’t forget about this cute archeopteryx-looking main character. This series will evoke all the classic K-drama tropes, but it’s the perfect recipe for de-stressing and forgetting about a long day. Breathtaking one-liners and even random bits of cooking scenes will keep your appetite high and stress levels low.

“Romance Is a Bonus Book”

A drama that deserves a spot on this list, “Romance Is a Bonus Book,” features Lee Jong Suk as Cha Eun Ho, a publishing house writer and editor, and Lee Na Young as Kang Dan Yi, a mother who tries to get her strength back working. The two met when they were children, and by coincidence became the best of friends. Fast forward to when they are adults, Dan Yi is getting a divorce and has to find a job to support his daughter. He turns to Eun Ho for help, and Dan Yi gets a job at the same company as Eun Ho.

What’s better than watching a good show that heals your soul at the same time? This is the effect of “Romance Is a Bonus Book”. This underrated series has all the elements that will make you forget and escape the world for 16 episodes. There is something about watching Kang Dan Yi go from rock bottom to getting his dream job that is so satisfying to watch. It’s perfect for those days that seem long!

Hey Soompiers, what do you choose for K-drama when you want to mentally disconnect? Let me know in the comments below!

two-hearted is a Korean-Canadian publisher, content creator, and influencer whose biggest prejudices are Song Joong Ki and BIGBANG, but he has recently been seen obsessed with Hwang In Yeop. Make sure you follow binahearts on IG as she travels through her latest Korean crazes!

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