Did you have a long week? Has it left you feeling down for whatever reason? You're not alone. The good news is, these upbeat TV shows starring members of the K-pop band EXO will pick you up in no time! (In case you’ve never heard of EXO, it’s one of the biggest boy bands in Korea and the most stylish K-pop band of all time according to Vogue.) 

Scroll down to reveal 5 feel-good TV shows guaranteed to put a smile on your face!

1. Scarlet Heart: Ryeo

GENRE Korean Dramas, Action / Thriller, Historical, Romance

A woman from the 21st century gets caught in a solar eclipse and transported back in time to the Goryeo Dynasty, which ruled Korea from the 10th century for nearly 500 years. Suddenly, she finds herself in the royal palace, where she comes across Fourth Prince Wang So (Lee Joon Ki). A man as feared as he is handsome, Wang So makes others tremble but wins over Hae Soo’s (IU) heart. However, he is not the only one in the palace with eyes on the throne, and a political battle of deception, secrecy, and lies ensues between Wang So and all the other princes.

2. EXO Next Door

GENRE Korean Dramas, Romantic Comedy, Short Series

Ji Yeon Hee (Moon Ga Young) is an offbeat girl living an unremarkable life, but when the K-pop group EXO—played by EXO members Park Chan Yeol, Do Kyung Soo, Byun Baek Hyun, and Oh Se Hun—moves in next door, her life suddenly becomes the ultimate "boy next door" fantasy. And to top it off, both Chan Yeol and Kyung Soo develop feelings for their unwitting neighbor. Can Yeon Hee handle a love triangle with two of the hottest boys in the block (and in the world)?

3. Salut d'Amour

GENRE Feature Films

A stubborn and ill-tempered old man begins to change when he falls for Geum Nim, a sweet lady that runs a flower shop with her daughter. The only problem is, Geum Nim’s daughter is dead set against her mother’s potential new relationship. Can the two overcome the obstacles around them and find another chance at love?

4. It's Okay, That's Love

GENRE Korean Dramas, Melodrama, Medical, Romance

Jang Jae Yeol (Jo In Sung) divides his time between being a mystery writer and a radio DJ, but his every waking moment is consumed by his obsessive-compulsive disorder. In search of treatment, he's placed in the care of Ji Hye Soo (Gong Hyo Jin), who specializes in psychiatry because of her inability to perform surgeries. Through intimate sessions, they come to realize just how much healing they both need — and that they are more than doctor and patient.

5. Andante

GENRE Korean Dramas, Melodrama

Moving to a new high school is no trouble for a computer genius. Or so he thought.  When an antisocial computer nerd from the city (Kai) finds himself at a new high school out in the countryside, he must actually learn to interact with people for a change. Unlike the computers he's so good with, he finds himself a little bit slow in picking things up. This coming-of-age teen drama is coming soon to DramaFever

Lastly, here’s a little something for the EXO fans. EXO member Chanyeol sat front row at Tommy Hilfiger’s show on Wednesday at London Fashion Week.

Photo / @TommyHilfiger

Cover Photo / @weareoneEXO

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