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10 ‘Classic K-dramas’ We Wouldn’t Mind Rewatching

Happy Valentines, mga bes! Whether you have a date or you are mentally dating your favorite oppa this Hearts day, we would like to give you some classic romantic K-dramas that gave us the early kilig feels that made us get hooked in watching K-dramas.

We all know that we are always getting the feels in watching Korean dramas, and we sometimes tend to be attached from a very good show before moving on to the next one, and the idea of rewatching wouldn’t mind us at all.

In this list, we will give you 10 Classic K-Dramas that we love to look back and rewatch clips but ended up rewatching the whole series all over again:

1. Endless Love: Autumn in My Heart (2000) & Winter Sonata (2002)

Genre: Melodrama, Romance

Endless love, the title of 2000 TV series was divided into 4 shows to showcase stories between 4 seasons of love.

The first series was Autumn in My Heart starring Song Hye-kyo, Song Seung-heon and Won Bin, we would never forget the early family related plot twists and that ending that broke our hearts!

TV Poster  from Wikipedia

The second series was Winter Sonata starring Bae Yong-joon, Choi Ji-woo, Park Yong-ha, and Park Sol-mi, the story that made us feel bad for the two star-crossed lovers, that we would never mind visiting all over again!

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TV Poster from Wikipedia.

2. Stairway to Heaven (2003)

Genre: Romance, Melodrama

This 2003 series was also one of the talks when it aired during their interesting storyline. It was starred by Kwon Sang-woo, Choi Ji-woo, Shin Hyun-joon, and Kim Tae-hee, this drama made us hate Tae-hee for a little while, and feel bad for Ji-woo’s character.

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Poster from Mydramalist.

3. Full House (2004)

Genre: Romance, Comedy, Drama

This drama is one of the oldies that I wouldn’t mind to rewatch! Full House is one of the striking dramas that made us feel kilig for the first time in our early binge-watching. Starred by Rain, Song Hye-kyo, Han Eun-jung and Kim Sung-soo. We also learned from this series a popular Korean nursery rhyme titled, 곰세마리 (Gom Se Ma Ri or Three Bears) performed by Hye-kyo!

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TV Poster from Mydramalist.

4. Jewel in the Palace (2004)

Genre: Historical Fiction

This drama is one of the Historical dramas and with more than 16 episodes that were introduced. We joined Lee Young-ae, Ji Jin-hee, Hong Ri-na, and Im Ho in their journey to showcase a wonderful part of Korean History to the viewers. This drama gave us a lot of feels that we wouldn’t mind rewatching those 60 episodes all over again!

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TV Poster from FilmAffinity.

5. My Lovely Sam Soon (2005)

Genre: Romance, Comedy, Drama

We all know that this drama is one of the new concepts back then, with Kim Yun-a’s character breaking the stereotype of the usual female lead. The story taught us about a new perspective when falling in love and of course, Hyun Bin and Yun-a’s chemistry is also strong with this one! This drama is one of the few evidence of having sparks sa pagkain! 

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TV Poster from Wikipedia.

6. Goong (Princess Hours) (2006)

Genre: Romance, Comedy, Drama

Out of all the K-Dramas in this list, Goong has been my personal and preferred favorite K-drama of all time, and I can’t even remember the times I’ve rewatched it. This show is a good introduction to balance the modern and traditional touches in Korean dramas that some shows are still adapting and using today. Yoon Eun-hye and Ju Ji-hoon’s chemistry in this show is also perfect! Admit it that you sometimes feel bad for Kim Jeong-hoons character and hated Song Ji-hyo so much!

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TV Poster from Wikipedia.

7. Coffee Prince  (2007)

Genre: Romance, Comedy, Drama

This show introduces us to a whole new world of chaebol and gender-bending formula in Korean dramas. In which the male lead, starred by Gong Yoo as every girl’s dream: rich and good-looking but acts like a jerk. The show can get really funny at times whenever Gong Yoo is struggling whenever his character is having a crisis while he is with Yoon Eun-hye’s character. This is a good show to catch-up once in a while!

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TV Poster from IMDb.

8.  Jumong (2007-2008)

Genre: Historical Period Drama, Romance, Action

Jumong is one of the Historical series that introduces us to the beauty and flaws of Korean history. This 81-episode series gives us a glimpse of how Song Il-kook portrayed Jumong’s life as a child and grew up as he worked hard to establish the Kingdom of Goguryeo. Il-kook starred with Han Hye-jin in this series.

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TV Poster from Wikipedia.

9. You’re Beautiful (2009)

Genre: Musical, Romance, Comedy, Drama

Everyone supported A.N Jell band through this series. With Jang Keun-suk, CN Blue’s Jung Yong-hwa, F.T Island’s Lee Hong-gi and Park Shin-hye’s character portrayals, viewers were hooked to the band’s progress throughout the series and this is another gender-bending drama that viewers loved deeply!

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Admit it, you were a victim of last song syndrome of this almost 10-year old drama’s soundtracks,  especially Promise and Still!

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TV Poster from Pinterest.

10. Boys Over Flowers (2009)

Genre: Drama, Romance, Comedy

When South Korea announced that they will release their adaptation of the Taiwanese drama, Meteor Garden in 2009, everyone waited for the series to run and it was greeted with positive reviews. In the Philippines, it is the series that made most of the Filipinos became more interested in watching Korean dramas. Lee Min-ho made his career breakthrough in this series together with Koo Hye-sun, SS501’s Kim Hyun-joong, Kim Bum, Kim Joon and Kim Soo-eun. With the drama’s plot linked with Meteor Garden, this series win our hearts and we wouldn’t mind getting eyebags rewatching the series!

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TV Poster from Wikipedia.

Thanks to some of these titles, we are introduced to the amazing and interesting plotlines of Korean dramas that even some of the plotlines and twists today still amazes us! We cannot wait to watch new and interesting stories!

Bonus! Have yourself a little throwback and listen to some of the nostalgic soundtracks:

Bogoshipda – Kim Bum Soo (Stairway to Heaven)

Perhaps Love – Howl & J (Goong)

Promise – A.N Jell (You’re Beautiful)

Because I’m Stupid – SS501 (Boys Over Flower)

Are you convinced to rewatch some of them now?

Have fun and get your tissues ready, mga bes!

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