Strong Woman Do Bong Soon is sadly coming to an end this weekend, and many K-drama fans are already wondering what could possibly fill the void left in their hearts, but fear not! We're here to steer you towards five fun new romantic comedies that will pleasantly distract you in no time! 

1. My Secret Romance

This fluffy romcom is perfect for a spring fling with a lighthearted drama, and will have you saying "Strong Woman Do Bong Who?" before you know it! 

Starring Sung Hoon and Song Ji Eun

Sung Hoon (Oh My Venus, Noble My Love) and Song Ji Eun (from the K-pop group Secret) star in a romantic comedy so sweet it’s hard to keep it hidden. When a rich heir reunites with the girl whose betrayal changed him forever, their former romance becomes a difficult secret to keep. Cha Jin Wook (Sung Hoon) is a second-generation chaebol. His family owns a large nutritional company. Once, he was a playful guy who thought only of partying. For him, love was a short-term thing. He met a beautiful girl at a Jeju resort. They spent the night together. He fell for her and she left him. He was never the same. Lee Yoo Mi (Song Ji Eun) never had a boyfriend. She was the epitome of innocence. And she came under Cha Jin Wook’s slick spells three years ago at a Jeju resort. Or so he thought. After spending the night together, Cha Jin Wook found himself alone, as Yoo Mi had disappeared. Fast forward three years: Cha Jin Wook has changed. He is now a stone-cold businessman, focusing only on the work of his company. The party-loving chaebol died on that Jeju resort all those years ago, and what’s left is a seriously focused CEO. The company cafeteria hires a new nutritionist and it is none other than Lee Yoo Mi, the girl whose betrayal ended Cha Jin Wook’s partying ways. When their eyes meet, the two pretend to not recognize each other, but some secrets are hard to keep. Can the one-night lovers clear up their misconceptions, and finally learn whether or not what they had was real? Or was this romance so weak that it should best be kept a secret?

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My Secret Romance

Starring Sung Hoon and Song Ji Eun

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 2. Marriage Not Dating

This hit romantic comedy was a fan favorite, and you can binge-watch it starting this weekend on DramaFever!

Starring Min Han Groo and Yeon Woo Jin

Yeon Woo Jin (MY Shy Boss) and Min Han Groo (Can We Get Married?) star in a romantic comedy that proves even the biggest lies cannot stop real love from finding its way. Kong Ki Tae (Yeon Woo Jin) has the perfect life. He is a handsome and successful plastic surgeon whose inconsiderate nature and preference for solitude means he has no interest in settling down any time soon. His family, however, wants his life to become a bit more wholesome and pressurizes him to get married. Unfortunately, tying the knot is not on our 33-year-old bachelor’s mind, so he makes a plan that seems destined to succeed. In order to remove his family from his nuptial case, Kong Ki Tae recruits Joo Jang Mi (Min Han Groo), a woman his family would never accept, to be his fake girlfriend. Joo Jang Mi has had multiple failed relationships. She works in a luxury store, but cannot afford any such items for herself. She genuinely believes in true love, but also fears being alone. And, with her age soon to hit the “big thirty” ceiling, she isn’t deemed particularly desirable in the marriage market. In a way, this fake relationship is the closest thing she currently has to finding anyone, so she accepts Kong Ki Tae’s offer. But, at the end of the day, it is all a big lie nonetheless. Can our two partners in crime keep up the ruse, or is this fake marriage doomed to hit the rocks long before it reaches the altar? 

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Marriage Not Dating

Starring Min Han Groo and Yeon Woo Jin

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3. Across the Ocean to See You

Looking for another feisty and strong female lead? This hilarious and romantic Chinese drama fits the bill! 

Starring Wang Li Kun and Zhu Ya Wen

Zhu Ya Wen (The Witness) and Wang Li Kun star in a drama that proves opposites do attract, and that it’s never too late to find love. When a divorced CEO becomes unpopular with her employees, she is helped out by one of her colleagues, and they slowly begin to form a bond. Su Mang (Wang Li Kun) works in a tourism corporation. She is a really good person at heart but she’s been having a rough year. After the divorce from her husband, her outlook on life changed. Hoping for a change of scenery, she asks her bosses to return to China and start a new life. Her bosses agree, and she ends up being the CEO of their latest division. There, she is forced to lay off quite a few employees. She already isn’t well liked, and this doesn’t help. Now, the employees start talking about how her husband divorced her, and that she “deserved” it. For someone who is not a bad person, this causes Su Mang some serious pain. Zheng Chu (Zhu Ya Wen) is a hotel connoisseur at the same company. He really got off on the wrong foot with his latest boss, Su Mang. Still, because of his good manners and work ethic (not to mention, dumb luck) he survived the layoff. When the employees started talking about Su Mang, he is the one who steps in for his boss. Now, with Su Mang getting a soft spot for Zheng Chu after he helps her out, their relationship slowly changes. But when she has experienced the pain of divorce and he is just an employee, will that be an ocean too far for even a force as strong as love?

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Across the Ocean to See You - 漂洋过海来看你

Starring Wang Li Kun and Zhu Ya Wen

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4. Radiant Office

This funny office romcom has been overlooked by many fans distracted by Strong Woman, but those who have given it shot have fallen in love! It't time to catch up! 

Starring Go Ah Sung and Ha Suk Jin

Go Ah Sung (Heard It Through the Grapevine, God of Study) and Ha Suk Jin (One Percent of Something, Let’s Drink) star in a workplace comedy that is to die for. When a young woman learns that she has only a few months to live, she starts living life to the fullest and becomes an absolute pain for her workaholic supervisor. Eun Ho Won (Go Ah Sung) is unlucky. Really, really unlucky. No matter how hard she tries, she cannot find a steady job. She becomes so tired and depressed because of her repeated failures that she decides to commit suicide. She even fails at that. She somehow manages to survive and is taken to a nearby hospital. Her bad luck doesn’t desert her, though. At the hospital, she learns that she is terminally ill. Now she decides that she will live life without regrets. With her bold new approach to living, Eun Ho Won opens new doors for herself, and the first one opens with a contract job at a furniture company. The bold new passion with which Eun Ho Won lives her life, though, means countless headaches for her manager at the new workplace. Seo Woo Jin (Ha Suk Jin) is an incurable workaholic. He lives his life by procedure. There is a time and place for everything. And the workplace is not the time or place for anything except work. So imagine his annoyance at having to deal with a junior who has made it her life’s mission to blaze new trails. To Seo Woo Jin, the new girl in the company is the ultimate headache, and the only way they can work together is by constantly tearing their hair out. Can Eun Ho Won live her life to the fullest without proving to be the end of her manager’s, or will Seo Woo Jin learn to chill a little bit and just enjoy life?

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Radiant Office

Starring Go Ah Sung and Ha Suk Jin

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5. Lovely Love Lie

If you're in the mood for young love, this delightful romcom set to beautiful music is exactly what you should watch to move on from Strong Woman

Starring Lee Hyun Woo and Park Soo Young (Joy)

Lee Hyun Woo (Moorim School, The Technicians) and Joy (from K-pop group Red Velvet) star in an adaptation of the runaway hit Japanese manga. When a genius composer with a hidden identity meets a girl with a beautiful voice, it is love at first sound. Finding true love with hidden identities, though, is a bit complicated. Kang Han Kyul (Lee Hyun Woo) is a famous, and very talented, composer. Having worked for a famous band long before they were stars, he has achieved a lot more in his youth than most do in their careers. However, he has fallen into a deep depression and no longer seems to have any motive to live. That is until he hears a voice that strikes a chord in his heart. Yoon So Rim (Joy) is a high school student. She has a voice unlike any Kang Han Kyul has ever heard. Yoon So Rim sees the pain in the sound composer's heart. Through her kindness and serenity, she convinces him to return to life. And through her voice, she makes her way into his heart. The problem, though, is that Kang Han Kyul intentionally hid his identity from Yoon So Rim. So for a man who has fallen in love, is it even possible for it to be real when you are hiding your true who you really are?

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Lovely Love Lie (The Liar and His Lover)

Starring Lee Hyun Woo and Park Soo Young (Joy)

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Which new romantic comedy will you be watching after Strong Woman Do Bong Soon? Comment below!