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Do U Have Blues?

How about checking out these 10 Korean comedy dramas?

By LeeannPublished 5 months ago 6 min read
Do U Have Blues?
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Have you ever had one of those days where you just feel down and blue? Maybe you had a rough day at work, or a disagreement with a loved one. Whatever the reason, sometimes we all need a little pick-me-up to help brighten our spirits.

For me, one of the best ways to lift my mood is by watching Korean dramas, particularly the comedy genre. There's something about the light-hearted humor, witty banter, and endearing characters that just puts a smile on my face.

In fact, I've compiled a list of 10 comedy kdramas that I believe can help cheer you up and turn your frown upside down. So, let's dive in and see what these shows are all about!

Welcome to Waikiki

"Welcome to Waikiki" is a Korean drama series that follows three friends who run a failing guesthouse in Waikiki, Hawaii. In an attempt to save their business, they take in a new guest who turns out to be an unexpected blessing and burden. The show is a hilarious comedy that also delves into the lives of each character and their struggles with their careers and personal relationships. I would rate "Welcome to Waikiki" a 9 out of 10 for its brilliant comedic writing and talented cast that delivers the jokes with perfect timing.

True Beauty

"True Beauty" is a romantic comedy about a high school student named Lim Ju-kyung, who uses makeup to hide her insecurities about her looks. She meets two boys, Lee Su-ho and Han Seo-jun, who both fall in love with her while she navigates the challenges of high school life. The show explores the theme of self-acceptance and the pressure to conform to societal beauty standards. I would rate "True Beauty" a 8.5 out of 10 for its lighthearted storyline, relatable characters, and excellent performances by the lead actors.

What's Wrong with Secretary Kim?

"What's Wrong with Secretary Kim?" is a romantic comedy about a narcissistic CEO named Lee Young-joon and his highly competent secretary, Kim Mi-so. When Kim decides to resign from her job, Young-joon realizes that he has feelings for her and tries to keep her from leaving. The show is a charming and heartwarming story about two people who learn to understand and care for each other despite their initial dislike. I would rate "What's Wrong with Secretary Kim?" a 9.5 out of 10 for its captivating storyline, witty humor, and incredible chemistry between the two lead actors.

The Legend of the Blue Sea

"Strong Woman Do Bong Soon" is a romantic comedy and action-packed series about a young woman named Do Bong Soon, who possesses superhuman strength. She becomes a bodyguard to a wealthy CEO named Ahn Min-hyuk, who develops feelings for her while she tries to catch a dangerous kidnapper in her neighborhood. The show is a fun and entertaining mix of comedy, romance, and crime-fighting that will keep you on the edge of your seat. I would rate "Strong Woman Do Bong Soon" a 9 out of 10 for its unique storyline, lovable characters, and exceptional performances by the lead actors.

The Legend of the Blue Sea

"The Legend of the Blue Sea" is a romantic fantasy series that tells the story of a mermaid named Shim Cheong, who falls in love with a con artist named Heo Joon-jae. The show switches between the present day and the Joseon era, where the two lovers were separated by fate. As they reunite in the present day, they must face the challenges of their different worlds and a villain who seeks to destroy them. The show is a mix of romance, fantasy, and action, and it offers a unique take on the classic mermaid tale. I would rate "The Legend of the Blue Sea" a 9 out of 10 for its breathtaking visuals, strong storyline, and memorable performances by the cast.

My ID is Gangnam Beauty

"My ID is Gangnam Beauty" is a coming-of-age drama about a young woman named Kang Mi-rae, who undergoes plastic surgery to improve her appearance and start a new life in college. Despite her newfound beauty, Mi-rae struggles with the perception of beauty standards in society and faces bullying and discrimination from her peers. The show tackles the themes of self-acceptance, confidence, and the importance of inner beauty. I would rate "My ID is Gangnam Beauty" an 8 out of 10 for its thought-provoking storyline, impactful message, and strong performances by the cast.

Reply 1997

"Reply 1997" is a nostalgic drama that takes the viewers back to the 1990s in Korea and revolves around the lives of a group of high school friends in their teenage years. The show follows the story of Shi-won, a die-hard fan of the Korean boy band H.O.T., and her relationships with her family, friends, and love interests. The show explores the themes of friendship, first love, family, and the cultural and societal changes of the time. I would rate "Reply 1997" a 9 out of 10 for its heartfelt portrayal of youth and its strong sense of nostalgia. The show also has an impressive soundtrack featuring popular songs from the 90s.

She Was Pretty

"She Was Pretty" is a romantic comedy series that tells the story of two childhood friends, Kim Hye-jin and Ji Sung-joon, who meet again as adults after many years apart. Hye-jin, who was once a beautiful and confident girl, has now become an ordinary-looking and insecure woman, while Sung-joon, who used to be overweight and unattractive, has transformed into a handsome and successful man. The show explores the themes of inner beauty, self-acceptance, and the power of true friendship. I would rate "She Was Pretty" a 8 out of 10 for its heartwarming storyline, relatable characters, and excellent performances by the cast.

My Love from the Star

"My Love from the Star" is a romantic fantasy drama that follows the story of Do Min-joon, an alien who landed on Earth 400 years ago and has been living among humans ever since. He meets a top Hallyu actress, Cheon Song-yi, and falls in love with her while facing various challenges, including his secret identity and the danger of being discovered by the government. The show blends romance, comedy, and science fiction, and it offers a fresh take on the idea of love and relationships. I would rate "My Love from the Star" a 9.5 out of 10 for its captivating storyline, strong character development, and impressive performances by the lead actors.

Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok Joo

"Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok Joo" is a coming-of-age romantic comedy series that revolves around the life of Kim Bok-joo, a talented weightlifter who dreams of winning a gold medal at the Olympics. She falls in love with her childhood friend, Jung Joon-hyung, who is a talented swimmer but lacks motivation and discipline. The show explores the challenges of pursuing one's dreams and the importance of friendship, family, and love. I would rate "Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok Joo" a 9 out of 10 for its refreshing storyline, charming characters, and relatable themes. The chemistry between the lead actors, Lee Sung-kyung and Nam Joo-hyuk, is also a highlight of the show.

Please note: This is my personal perspective, and it may vary for different individuals.


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