Inspirational Love Lessons From 7 Korean Drama Series

by Belle Biarezky [[ 1569981600000 | amDateFormat:'ll | HH:mm' ]] in Relationship Tips 

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Korean drama stories are fascinating since they offer love stories packed with unconventional plots, from a character with a controversial background to a sci-fi setting. The scripts tell various lessons of interhuman relationship which is highly related to nowadays, especially in terms of love. Here are some of Bridestory's picked Korean drama series which have brought us valuable lessons about a romantic relationship.

  • One Spring Night

    On her thirties, Lee Jung-in took a surprising decision to overcome social pressure about marriage. This female character, who works as a librarian, broke up with her boyfriend for four years and started a relationship with a widower of one child. The relationship struggle of the unique couple showed that everyone deserves a second chance and pursues his/her own happiness.

  • It's Okay That's Love

    Jang Jae-yeol has a traumatic childhood and suffered an obsessive-compulsive disorder in his adultness. However, it doesn't mean he doesn't deserve true love. Along with his lover, Ji Hae-soo, they fight to maintain their relationship against the obstacles which mostly come from Jae-yeol's past.

  • Tomorrow with You

    At first, Yoo So-joon, a time traveler, married Song Ma-rin to avoid his death in the future. However, So-joon learned to appreciate Ma-rin as time goes by and no longer prioritizes his ego. Their relationship described that openness and honesty to one another strengthen their bonds.

  • Another Miss Oh

    It was an odd and unexpected destiny that brought Park Do-kyung and Oh Hae-young together. Both of them had a trauma being left by their bride/groom. Do-kyung slowly overcame with his anger toward his ex-fiancee. Together with Hae-young, they learned that every person deserves happiness even though the way is out of the initial plans.

  • My First First Love

    The story of five housemates' vibrant life showed that love is not always young generations' central conflict. The story highlights an attractive and inspirational perspective about being an adult and accepting difference, as well as realizing the importance of family matters.

  • When the Camellia Blooms

    This movie highlights the fight to maintain a positive relationship despite the external challenges. The spirit was shown by Dong Baek, a single mother who always expresses positive attitudes even though her neighbors dislike her, and Hwang Yong Sik, a policeman who is handling a big case in his neighborhood.

  • Goblin

    With an impressive fantasy setting, Goblin makes clear that no differences can overpower a willingness of two lovers to unite. Although they were from different worlds, the chemistry between Kim Shin and Ji Eun Tak was amazingly strong since the beginning. It was even able to break the spell which foretold their impossible union.

Did you find your favorite Korean drama films on the list? Share your opinion with us in the comment box.


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