Most Underrated Korean Dramas To Watch

Set in a small village called Sanpo, My Liberation Notes is centred on the realistic challenges and struggles of 3 siblings, Yeom Chang Hee, Yeom Mi Jung, and Yeom Ki Jung.

My Liberation Notes (2022)

If you’re all about the friends-to-lovers trope, Soundtrack #1 is a must-watch – not because of Han So Hee and Park Hyung Sik, we promise.

Soundtrack #1 (2022)

An intense watch, A Model Family focuses on the relentless fight between Park Dong Ha and Ma Kwang Chul.

A Model Family (2022)

Based on real-life events experienced and written by an actual trauma cleaner, Move to Heaven is a moving series that will pack quite the emotional punch.

Move to Heaven (2021)

Happiness follows Yoon Sae Bom and Jung Yi Hyun, who go against all odds to investigate the cause and solution of the outbreak.

Happiness (2021)

Packed with plenty of twists and turns, Law School is one of the most underrated law Korean dramas.

Law School (2021)

Mine is an exemplary K-drama that features strong female leads who explore what it means to find themselves again.

Mine (2021)

The World of the Married is the ultimate makjang Korean drama of 2020. Makjang is a Korean expression used to describe drama plots that are outrageous and dramatic.

The World of the Married (2020)

2PM’s Taec Yeon plays Kim Tae Pyeong, who possesses a special ability where he can see when a person dies upon looking into their eyes.

The Game: Towards Zero (2020)

What sets Doctor John apart from other medical Korean dramas is the leads’ ability to immerse themselves into the characters throughout this suspense-filled drama.

Doctor John (2019)