Do you ever run out of shows to watch? Let's admit. We've all been there. This is a tribute to dedicated K-drama fans and those interested in older classic K-dramas. Check out the best romantic comedy K-dramas of the previous decade!

1. Full House (2004)

Starring beautiful, petite Song Hye Gyo and gorgeous Rain, comic book-turned-K-drama Full House tells a story of a dreamy girl who suddenly finds herself having to live with a strange man.

Watch the most-loved scene of Song Hye Gyo singing Three Bears!


2. My Lovely Sam Soon (2005)

Actor Hyun Bin falls for not a skinny, pretty ex-girlfriend but chubby Kim Sam Soon? Kim Sam Soon, a thirty-something pâtissier, gets dumped by a boyfriend. She gets hired at Hyun Bin’s restaurant and heals his wounds. A Korean version of Bridget Jones’s Diary.


3. My Girl (2005)

Fraudulent Lee Da Hae has been running away from people asking her for father’s debt ever since she was a child. She meets Lee Dong Wook, the man who has everything, and accepts his ridiculous suggestion to work for him. Also one of Lee Joon Ki’s earlier works.

Lee Da Hae and Lee Dong Wook reaffirmed their chemistry in the 2014 drama Hotel King.


4. Delightful Girl Choon Hyang (2005)

Delightful Girl Choon Hyang is a spinoff of the Korean folktale Chun Hyang. The original Chun Hyang is a girl of faith for her man Lee Mong Ryong, declining the city mayor’s request to be with him. In the spinoff version, Chun Hyang is oh-so-cool with her cropped tee and denim shorts.


5. Unstoppable High Kick (2006)

Unknown to many non-Korean fans, Unstoppable High Kick was one of the hit family sitcoms of the 2000s, along with Kimchi Cheese Smile, Kim Soo Hyun’s debut TV show.

A lot of Korean women watched Unstoppable High Kick’s Jung Il Woo with rapture, a high school student who had a fling for his English teacher Lee Min Jung. Their romance is a must-see, in addition to actress Park Min Young’s brainless lines and the adorable grandparents.


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