While You Were Sleeping

This drama has a lot of famous celebs, Lee Jong Suk, Jung Hae In, and Lee Sang Yeob and Suzy. Tbh, I didn’t expect much from this drama before but after 2 epsiodes I felt engaged. Now I’ve just finished watching for the second time, I still enioy it and think this drama worth to be written here.

I love it that it’s simple but we can get deep feelings when watching it. It started with Nam Hong Joo (Bae Suzy) who has the ability to see other’s future in her dreams. And Jung Jae Chan (Lee Jong Suk) is a rookie prosecutor. Jae Chan and his brother, Jung Seung Won (Shin Jae Ha) moved in front of Hong Joo’s house just after Hong Joo dreamt about him. Like destiny they become close.

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When The Camellia Blooms

To write this, I binge-watched this drama again. It’s still the same pain, the same warmth, the same smile and the same tears. My eyes were swollen because this drama is too beautiful and touching I just can’t. No wonder this drama got Daesang on 2020 Baeksang Art Awards, and even Kang Ha Neul got the best male lead.

Yes, It’s one of the best k-drama in the history. For me the story is light but the packaging is interesting. A life of single mother with her only son. Moving to a small village, Ongsan. She meets a Man who changes her life, to be better. I can say that their love story is too beautiful to describe.

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Prison Playbook

Another masterpiece from Shin Won Ho PD after Reply series. We know Reply 1997, 1994 and 1988 are such warm dramas which really attached into the heart of viewers. This Prison Playbook aka Wise Prison life is no different. It’s again a heartwarming drama, totally Shin PD style of drama we can never miss. I have watched like 3 times and still saying this is a healing drama for me. 

A lot of important characters involved in this drama. Which pictured really well by the writer-nim, Jung Bo Hoon. Story about life in prison. The impression you’ll never imagine. Started with a successful and famous Baseball Player, Kim Jae Hyeok (Park Hae Soo) forced to be in jail because he’s murdered someone who’s trying to rape his sister. He meets different kind of prisoners with different backgrounds, wardens, correction officers, etc. Then, he must adapt to life in prison.

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15 Best K-dramas on Netflix || coffeecaramello version

Thanks to Netflix, Korean drama series and movies now can reach larger scale of viewers. Right now many people talk about Itaewon Class, Crash Landing on You and Kingdom. But we all know, not only those three, Netflix also provides lots of good K-dramas you can binge-watch on the weekend or while stay home during this covid-19 pandemic.

It’s hard, but let me choose dramas aired in 2017 until now that I’ve already finished watching as my recommendation. FYI, the drama with N, means It’s original Netlix Series. Netflix airs this drama just one or two hours (I forgot the exact time) after It’s aired on the original broadcast in Korea. Here we go 15 Best K-dramas to binge-watch on Netflix, coffeecaramello version.

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My Mister

This is one of the best dramas I’ve ever watched. And I think it’s one of tvN’s gem. Can’t count how many times I have watched + rewatched the rerun on tvN asia. The pain in my heart is still the same.

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