It is a great time to be a Korean drama fan, Soompiers! There are more dramas, TV stations, producers, directors, and actors than ever before to deliver the content we love. Streaming sites like Viki bring Korean dramas to our personal devices and into our homes for some quality entertainment. Years ago the international audience didn’t have it as good as we do now, but boy have there been a slew of amazing dramas to keep our eyes, hearts, and minds fed. This summer, let’s pay homage to the last 10 years that brought dramas to where they are today.
8 Dramas We Cant Agree With Are Over 10 Years Old176 Articles
On June 13, a recent survey by Munhwa Ilbo revealed that the average age of actresses in currently airing K-dramas is 26.8 years.
The survey looked at six actresses in mini-series currently being broadcast across the three public broadcasting stations (KBS, MBC, and SBS). They found that youngest lead actress was Kim So Hyun (born 1999) in the MBC drama Ruler: Master of the Mask and the oldest actress was Lee Si Young (born 1982) in MBCs Lookout.
Its hard to believe, but SHINee is now nine years old!
The K-pop legends made their debut on May 25 of 2008 with their now classic hit Replay, and have gone on to be a leader in the Korean Wave throughout the globe. They have released five studio albums and five mini albums in Korea, as well as several releases in Japan, and most recently made a comeback with their repackaged version of their hit album 1 of 1 last November. Known for their unique and innovative music, impressive talents, and downright delightful chemistry, SHINee will certainly continue to make history in the years to come.
These dramas are so entertaining, that even your boyfriend wont be able to resist becoming a drama fan.
Whether it be a romantic comedy, supernatural, or a crime-themed, there is a Korean series out there that even your boyfriend will love.
Check out six K-Dramas that will turn your boyfriend into a K-Drama fan below:
The Princess Man is a 2011 series about a stubborn princess that falls in love with a noble and mature young man. However, his father is a rival with hers. This historical drama has the perfect balance of action and romance.
Now that Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok Joo is over, K-Drama fans may be going through withdrawals, so here is a list of must-sees to help get through the loss.
Here are 5 must-see dramas for a weekend of binge-watching to help get through the loss.
Cheese in the Trap aired in 2016 and focuses on the relationships of a group of university students- both complicated and sweet relationships. As it stars both Lee Sung Kyung and Nam Joo Hyuk of Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok Joo, Cheese in the Trap is the perfect drama to watch.