She Would Never Know

She Would Never Know is a love story about a young good looking man who’s in love with his senior based on a novel “Sunbae, Geu Lipstick Bareujimayo” by Elise (asianwiki). I think it’s a pure romance with the background cosmetic company. Chae Hyun Seung (Rowoon) is a marketer in KLAR cosmetics. He likes his senior (Sunbae), Yoon Song A (Won Jin A), who tutors him well and has promising career in the company. But while chasing his love, Hyun Seung finds out that Sunbae’s secretly dating their boss.

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Run On

I can say one of my favorite dramas. It’s such a healing and therapeutic series for me. I like the scenario, the plot, the characters and everything. Even the cinematography is nice. You won’t find typical second lead syndrome or love triangle something like that. I salute to the writer, she’s a rookie writer but can touch us viewers with the story. Light and breezy, like my friend said.

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Romance is a Bonus Book

I came to this after watching While You Were Sleeping. Yep, Lee Jong Suk brought me here. It’s kind of light drama you can bingwatch on the weekend.

I like it that this 2019 drama brings up different kind of set along with the romance story. A young chief editor in a publishing company as well as a popular professor, Cha Eun Ho (Lee Jong Suk) love story with his long time ‘noona’ best freind, Kang Dan Yi (Lee Na Young) who used to be a copywriter but not anymore.

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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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It’s Okay to Not be Okay

It’s Okay to Not be Okay is surely deep. The detail of this drama is something to be amazed. I’m touched. From the illustrations that summarize the story, strong characters, well acted, written and directed. I didn’t really expect this drama to be this good.

A 16 eps of drama about a man who works at psychiatric ward in a hospital (Gang Tae), his autistic older brother (Sang Tae) who loves reading children books and a fabulous successful children book author (Moon Young). The story is all about them.

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6 Best K-dramas on Viu || coffeecaramello version

Available in 17 markets across Asia, Africa and Middle East, Viu provides us the latest drama contents, particularly Korean Dramas. Working with top Korean Broadcasters, they can serve us latest premium dramas within a day after broadcasting in Korea, with local language subtitle.

Not only drama series, they also have variety shows and movies. But this time, I wanna share with you my top 6 Series with hope you’ll like them too or this list can be your reference if you have no idea what to watch on Viu. After so much consideration here we go.

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My Unfamiliar Family

I remember I didn’t really anticipate this drama but it turns out to be my one of the best in the first semester of 2020. Slice of life drama like this never failed, especially this is about family. The premise is very interesting. A good execution and couldn’t ask for better ending.

The story is about family become strangers. As we grow old, we’re busy with our lives. We think we understand our family better, but in fact we know nothing about them. We feel comfortable with others than our siblings or even parents.

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