The 8 Best Romantic K-Dramas On Netflix Right Now

Doona! (2023)

Follows the comedic and romantic journey of a college freshman who unexpectedly falls for a well-established female pop idol. As their worlds collide, they navigate the complexities of fame, youth, and unexpected love.

Chocolate (2019 - 2020)

This heartfelt drama reunites a neurosurgeon, Lee Kang, with Moon Cha-yeong, a chef he inspired years ago. As they rediscover their shared passion for cooking, their lives intertwine in ways that heal old wounds and ignite new possibilities.

Twenty Five Twenty One (2022)

Spanning from 1998 to 2021, this nostalgic K-Drama delves into the lives and loves of five characters amidst changing times and personal growth. It's celebrated for its heartfelt portrayal of friendships, romance, and the challenges of growing up.

The Fabulous (2022) 

Set in the vibrant world of the fashion industry, this romantic comedy follows four best friends navigating career aspirations, love interests, and personal growth. Filled with dazzling fashion, lively parties, and heartfelt moments

Summer Strike (2022)

Adapted from a webtoon, this romantic drama follows two twenty-somethings, Lee Yeo-reum and a local librarian, as they seek new beginnings in a tranquil seaside town. Their journey explores themes of healing, self-discovery, and the transformative power.

It's Okay Not To Be Okay (2020)

In this unconventional romantic K-Drama, an antisocial children's book author, Ko Mun-yeong, crosses paths with Moon Gang-Tae, a compassionate hospice caretaker. As they navigate personal traumas and emotional barriers,.

Crash Landing On You (2019 - 2020) 

This adventurous romantic comedy tells the tale of Yoon Se-ri, a South Korean heiress who crash-lands in North Korea due to a paragliding mishap. There, she meets Ri Jeong-hyeok, a North Korean officer who risks everything to protect her.

Love Alarm (2019 - 2021)

Set in a world where a mobile app alerts users if someone nearby has romantic feelings for them, this comedic K-Drama follows Kim Jo-jo as she navigates love triangles, friendship, and the unpredictability of teenage emotions. It explores themes.