Korean Drama (Part-2)

  1. Hello, My Twenties!

Five females of different personalities living in a shared residence “Belle Epoque” experience the peak and valleys of life and end up being in love, making friends and family. One would dwell into the reality and encounter cheerfulness and tears as they make their way jostling with obscure circumstances and souls around.

  1. Reply 1988

A story of five families living in the same neighborhood, sharing daily chaos and happiness— a nostalgic journey of some individuals back to their youth, their giggles, and old golden times. This drama would teach you the value of friendship, family, youth, and the importance to cherish those little blissful moments. Embrace yourself for a time travel to 1988 and live that mesmerising era.

  1. Hospital Playlist

This realistic yet aspirational drama showcases a group of doctors who have been friends with each other for over 20 years. Amidst the loop of encountering survival and death every day, these characters manage to remain warm, compassionate and most importantly human. The consistent rhythm of this drama gives equal attention to the cases without seizing the focus on our main characters. It might choke you up with emotions in some parts but then it will gracefully cut it off with comedic relief.

  1. Start-up

As the name implies, this drama focuses on developing the love story between two talented individuals who are trying hard to follow their dreams against all adversities in the world of start-ups. If you are in the mood for a feel-good rom-com featuring a dramatic love triangle, this drama might be the perfect escape for you over the weekend.

  1. Strong woman Do Bong Soon

This is one of the cutest k-dramas revolving around the girl Do Bong Soon with her superhuman strength that will most likely fill you up with giggles, smiles and laughter with each episode. Apart from her bubbly character and goofiness, the adorable chemistry between the lead actors will make you feel good after a gloomy day.

Written by
Farheen Chowdhury
Mysha Nowrin Alabbi

Anindita Rhine

Anindita Rhine is a senior majoring in English Literature at BRAC University. She spends most of her time looking at puppers and wishing to be the Mother-of-All-Doggos on Earth. Reach her at anindita.hossain.rhine@g.bracu.ac.bd

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