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PART 1: 10 fantasy K-dramas to binge watch and enjoy

With all the things happening in the world, it cannot be denied that there are times when we feel so drained and tired. Although we wanted to be as cheerful as we could be, there are just those moments when we cannot force ourselves to be like that anymore.

Saying that, I have thought that it might be of help to share different fantasy Korean dramas that other people can also watch and enjoy. These would surely make you smile, genuinely happy, shock, leave in awe, amaze, and so on.

This featured content is divided into three parts and this article is just part 1! It included fantasy dramas with different genres such as romance, comedy, thriller, horror, and more.

Ready your pen and notebook, mga bes!

Master’s Sun (2013)

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This tells the story of a distant CEO (So Ji Sub) who has a special connection with Tae Gong Shil (Gong Hyo Jin); who happened to see ghosts.

Oh My Ghost (2015)

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This tells the story of timid Na Bong Sun (Park Bo Young) who works as an assistant chef; and can see ghosts. One day, Bong Sun becomes possessed by Shin Soon Ae; who apparently is seductive and has a grudge to resolve. Later on, Bong Sun’s arrogant boss (Cho Jung Seok) begins to notice her changes. Thereafter, more mysteries arise around them.

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Bring It On, Ghost (2016)

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This tells the story of Park Bong Pal (Ok Taecyeon) who has the ability to see ghosts. In which, he made use of this power to make money. Thereafter, he met Kim Hyun Ji (Kim So Hyun) who became a wandering spirit.

A Korean Odyssey (2017)

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This tells the story of Son Oh Gong (Lee Seung Gi) and Ma Wang (Cha Seung Won) who are in conflict with each other. Wherein, they look for a true light in a dark world where evil thrives. Thereafter, they both met Jin Sun Mi (Oh Yeon So) who was cursed by seeing ghosts.

Go Back Couple (2017)

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Go Back Couple tells the story of a married couple with a son who came up to the point that they always argue and start to hate each other. One day, they’ll wake up as 20-year-old students again.

The Beauty Inside (2018)

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The Beauty Inside revolves around the life of a known troublemaker woman. Little do others know, she changes her appearance at some point because of a supernatural phenomenon.

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Mama Fairy and the Woodcutter (2018)

Recommended by Cyril Olaguera; photo from tvN

This 16-episode Korean drama shows the life of a fairy named Ok Nam as she married the woodcutter who took her fairy clothes– it’s her only key to go back to the fairy realm; unfortunately, he wasn’t able to return it until his death. After 699 years of waiting, she met her husband’s two potential reincarnations; thus, followed them from Gyeryong Mountain to Seoul.

Angel’s Last Mission: Love (2019)

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Its story tells about an optimistic and cheerful angel named Dan (Kim Myungsoo) who has the last mission before he heads to eternal life in Heaven. This mission is to find true love for Yeon Seo (Shin Hyesun); a ballerina who lives in sorrow that makes her not believe in love.

Mystic Pop-Up Bar (2020)

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It follows the story of a 500-year-old woman named Weol Ju (Hwang Jung Eum) who runs a mysterious drinking establishment with a young part-timer.

Kang Bae (Yook Sungjae) will be in help for her as he possesses a special power that makes people talk about their deepest wounds and worries when they touch him. However, Weol Ju needs to meet her quota which is to help 100,000 troubled souls.

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Sweet Home (2020)

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Sweet Home is based on the hit Naver webtoon written by Kim Carnby and art by Hwang Young-chan. Sweet Home follows the story of the people living in the apartment complex called Green Home. An uncommon story about normal people turning into monsters that mirrors their hidden desires.

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