Whether you’re a hopeless romantic, sci-fi lover, or romantic comedy aficionado, we’ve got you covered! Here are the five best romantic Korean TV shows you need to be watching this month. Take a look!

1. I'm Not a Robot

Kim Min Kyu ( Yoo Seung Ho) is both a genius and the primary shareholder of KM Financial, the country’s largest financial company. He's also never had a girlfriend and claims to be "allergic" to humans. Enter Jo Ji Ah (Chae Soo Bin), an ambitious entrepreneur and a mechanical engineering whiz. Her ex-boyfriend, Hong Baek Kyung (Uhm Ki Joon) is a world-renowned intelligent engineering professor who creates a female android named Aji-3 that looks exactly like her. Through an odd set of circumstances, Ji Ah Jo ends up pretending to be her own likeness, Aji-3. Now she's caught in a strange love triangle with two geniuses, and the pressure to keep up the ruse can make anyone feel a bit robotic.


I'm Not a Robot

Starring Yoo Seung Ho and Chae Soo Bin

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2. Longing Heart

Kang Shin Woo (Lee Jung Shin) is a math teacher who never forgot how he didn't buck up the courage to confess his feelings for the girl of his dreams back in high school. Now an eerie twist of fate will pull him back into the past and finds himself face-to-face with a familiar face. His first love is none other than Han Ji Soo (Lee Yeol Eum). A kind and attractive student, she harbors a painful secret. Since Shin Woo didn't end up with her the first time, he knows that this is his second shot at love. Unfortunately for him, he's got stiff competition: his younger self, Kang Shin woo (Seo Ji Hoon). Will Shin Woo fight for his teenage heart or for his own? It's a battle between two men from two different times, yet only one can win out.


Longing Heart

Starring Lee Jung Shin and Lee Yeol Eum

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3. Reunited Worlds

Premieres on DramaFever: Jan. 19

Sung Hae Sung (Yeo Jin Goo) is a cheery high school student. Being the eldest sibling, he wants to provide for his family instead of going to college. On the day of his 19th birthday, he gets into a car accident and passes out. He wakes up on the top of his school building. He thinks he survived and everything is normal. Except everyone thinks he died 12 years ago, and he hasn’t aged at all. Jung Jung Won (Lee Yeon Hee) is Hae Sung’s best friend. She was the one who took him to the place where he had his accident. Distraught, she has been unable to move on from the incident since. Having failed to pursue her dreams under the stress, she works as a kitchen assistant at a nice restaurant. Cha Min Joon (Ahn Jae Hyun) is the owner of the restaurant where Jung Won works. He has feelings for her. However, she has never shown any interest in him. In her mind, she can’t be with anyone while carrying Hae Sung in her memories. One night, Jung Won finds a young man passed out in front of her house. He is Hae Sung, her first love. She is now 31; he is 19. Can they pick up their love where they left off, or will their reunited worlds always stay separate?


Reunited Worlds

Starring Yeo Jin Goo and Lee Yeon Hee

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4. Manhole

Premieres on DramaFever: Jan. 26

For 28 years, Bong Pil (Kim Jae Joong) has loved only one woman: childhood friend Kang Soo Jin (Uee). But Soo Jin is getting married to a pharmacist fiance in a week, and there seems to be nothing he can do about it. One day, by pure coincidence, Bong Pil slips down a manhole and discovers he can time travel back and forth through it. Will a strange turn of fate bring Bong Pil and Kang Soo Jin together?

5. Andante

Meet Lee Shi Kyung (EXO's Kai), a teenage computer gamer and local legend who knows little outside of his computer screen. His biggest challenge yet? Moving to the countryside and doing the one thing he completely dreads: interacting with actual people. He'll need an entirely different set of skills if he hopes to survive in his new rural surroundings. But for someone who shies away from any social contact, he keeps running into the same two people in his new high school: Park Ga Ram (Baek Chul Min), a warm-hearted student who dreams of becoming a doctor, and Kim Bom (Kim Jin Kyung), a girl who somehow manages to pull off being seemingly cool and shy at the same time. The boss fights Shi Kyung has faced in the gaming world won't measure up to the very real obstacles set before him at school: the rebel who decides to hate the new guy, the chatty school gossip, the bashful school president, and the listless girl with no ambition. Dealing with each of these personalities is only the tip of the iceberg. But perhaps in a fast-paced age of information, our hero could find the true meaning of life, even if it happens just a tad bit slower.



Starring Kim Jong In (Kai) and Lee Ye Hyun

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BONUS: Spring Has Come

Premieres on DramaFever: January 13

The new Japanese drama stars EXO's Kai and Japanese actress Kana Kurashina.

Kishikawa Naoko (Kurashina Kana, The Reason I Can’t Find My Love) is a 31-year-old lingerie store employee. As a single sales associate at a lingerie department store, her days are always predictable and boring. She lives with her father Shuji (Sano Shiro), her mother Sue (Takahata Atsuko) and her younger sister Junko (Furuhata Seika). In short, Naoko’s life is thoroughly dull. Lee Ji Won (EXO’s Kai, Andante) is a handsome and charming photographer from South Korea. While visiting Japan, he runs into Naoko. As he grows closer to her and her family, Lee Ji Won begins to have a profound impact on both Naoko and the rest of the Kishikawa clan. With her dull life suddenly not so dull anymore, Kishikawa Naoko doesn’t know how to adapt as Lee Ji Won creates change all around her. But when the sales associate and the photographer are both so different, will their new spring of change end in a warm summer? 


Spring Has Come

Starring Kim Jong In (Kai) and Kurashina Kana

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