Summer K-Dramas To Keep You Warm In The Winter
Snuggle up to these heartwarming summer-themed K-Dramas to keep you warm during the chilly winter months!
Are you missing the warm sunlight this winter? Do you wish to get that extra vitamin D while staying at home? Worry not, because here are the cozy summer dramas that will keep your heart warm even when it snows:
1. Our Beloved Summer
This currently streaming drama has us all captivated. If you like the documentary type vibes and a throwback to the early teen high school dramas, this one’s perfect for you! Each episode will leave you in awe of the impeccable drawings and backdrops. With an adorable cast, Kim Dami (Itaewon Class) and Choi Woo Sik (Parasite) depict a sweet yet sour love story.
Don’t forget to check out the amazing soundtrack by artists such as 10cm and V from BTS!
2. Hometown Cha Cha Cha
Undoubtedly the best K-drama of 2021, this deserves a re-watch! This healing drama starring Shin Min Ah (Oh My Venus!) and Kim Seon Ho (Startup) sweep into your heart like the ocean breeze. It is a light-hearted series that has a wonderful well-balanced blend of comedy, romance, warmth, and mystery- exactly the sort of thing to watch after the stress of the pandemic. Get ready to be absorbed in the beauty of the setting, the warm villagers, and the predictable yet fluffy romance between our two leads. #HometownChaChaCha
3. Legend of the Blue Sea
An epic mermaid romance- Legend of the Blue Sea should be at the top of your holiday binge list. Seriously. It is just that good and so swoon-worthy you will wish the show could go on forever. From the acting (Boys Over Flowers fans will love Lee Min Ho here), the old-fashioned love story, the mysteries, the strong connection to folklore, to the excellent production quality, it proves to be a contender as one of the most epic and romantic shows of all time. You don’t want to miss this one!
4. Descendants of the Sun
Do we have to validate our reason for including this amazing drama? This series proved to be a masterpiece and a great contributor to the Hallyu wave. There is honestly so much packed into Descendants that the short synopsis doesn’t even scratch the surface it. There’s ER drama, action, special ops, an earthquake, several romantic storylines, epic bromances, and of course a spunky doctor and a smooth soldier.
5. Reply 1988
A true homage to simpler and beautiful times! Reply 1988 emits nostalgic energy. It is infinitely relatable, realistic, and entertaining. The hit series has the best parent and child interactions and shows friendships that will bring tears to your eyes. A true work of art that appeals to a wide audience.
6. When the Camellia Blooms
This neat and exciting drama will surely make you feel cheerful! it’s a straightforward rom-com with a bit of a crime suspense twist to drive the story.
At the heart of this story, you will find various relationships that are formed, broken, and strained, yet are ultimately made resilient.
The quirky title refers to the lead character, and not an actual flower. The Camellia in the title is not only the name of the bar that Dong Baek runs, but it also refers to Dong Baek herself since a "dong baek" is a camellia, and this drama is about Dong Baek blooming and finding love; but also claiming her own sense of self.
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