Top 31 Korean Youth Dramas to Watch to Reminisce Your High-School Days

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Being young, immature, carefree and impulsive is perhaps the most beautiful phase in an individual’s life. Of course, we are excluding the part of overbearing pressure and never-ending problems while considering only the optimistic part, because that’s what youth do. Ahem! South Korea has given us scores of modern youth dramas and most of them are so pleasing that we feel like jumping into our laptop screen to experience the life that the protagonist is leading— full of fun, hope, dreamy and of course, with the most epic love life. Let’s do a reality check. That’s never gonna happen to any of us in real life. However, there are multiple ways in which we can make use of the little lesson and inspiration that we get from these shows, in our real life.

If you are wondering why people are in love with youth K-dramas involving high school students and college freshers, aspiring to fulfil their dreams, let’s list out the top 31 best youth Korean dramas that you should watch.

31. Ma Boy (2012)

Starring: Kim So Hyun, Kim Sun Woong, Min Hoo, Hong Yoon Hwa, Kang Hyun Joong, Nam Tae Boo
Total Number of Episodes: 3
Where to Watch: Tooniverse

Ma Boy
Ma Boy

‘Ma Boy’ features a high school gender-bender story revolving around an art student, Geu Rim, who dreams to become a successful pop singer and her new roommate, Irene, who is, in reality, a boy. Unlike other cross-dressing K-dramas, ‘Ma Boy’ has a boy pretending to be a girl while the girl keeps it a secret from everyone. The show is lightweight and refreshing, taking the typical concept to the next level.

30. Seonam Girls High School Detectives (2014)

Director: Yoo Woon Hyuk, Yoo Jung Hwan
Screenwriter: Shin Kwang Ho
Starring: Jin Ji Hee, Kang Min Ah, Lee Hye Ri, Stephanie Lee, Lee Min Ji, Kim Min Joon
Total Number of Episodes: 14
Where to Watch: Viki

Seonam Girls High School Detectives
Seonam Girls High School Detectives

The storyline involves five high school girls who together form an after school detective club in order to solve mysterious issues of their classmates. However, the process teaches them some lessons of life as to how the girls should deal with modern high school problems.

29. The Nurse School Files (2020)

Director: Lee Kyung Mi
Screenwriter: Chung Se Rang
Starring: Jung Yu Mi, Nam Joo Hyuk, Lee Joo Young, Yoo Teo, Kim Dong Hyun
Total Number of Episodes: 6
Where to Watch: Netflix

The Nurse School Files
The Nurse School Files

‘The Nurse School Files’ is an unusually odd K-drama but works out pretty well. It revolves around a nurse teacher at school, An Eun Young who has a special ability to get rid of human desires appearing in the form of jellies, and a Chinese language teacher named Hong In Pyo, who has a special energy. Both of them join hands to eradicate these jellies and help the students of the school.

28. A Love So Beautiful (2020)

Screenwriter: Jang Yoo Yeon
Starring: Kim Yo Han, So Ju Yeon, Yeo Hoe Hyun, Jo Hye Joo, Jung Jae Oh, Kim Dong Kyu
Total Number of Episodes: 16
Where to Watch: Netflix

A Love So Beautiful
A Love So Beautiful

A remake of the 2017 Chinese drama, ‘A Love So Beautiful’ is about a clumsy and bubbly 17-year-old girl named Shin Sol Yi who has been crushing over her classmate, Cha Heon since forever, and keeps confessing to him constantly. Cha Heon is an almost perfect guy with a handsome face and intelligence but falls short when it comes to expressing himself. When Woo Dae Sung, a skilled swimmer, enrols in the same high school, he immediately falls for Shin Sol Yi and silently supports her. Cha Heon, realising this, gets insecure of his spot in Sol Yi’s heart and can no longer hold himself back from making moves.

27. Sassy, Go Go (2015)

Screenwriter: Yoon Soo Jung, Jung Chan Mi
Director: Kim Jung Hyun, Lee Eun Jin
Jung Eun Ji
Starring: Lee Won Keun, Chae Soo Bin, Kim Ji Soo, N, Kim Ji Suk
Total Number of Episodes: 12
Where to Watch: Viki, Netflix

Sassy, Go Go
Sassy, Go Go

The show has been set in a highly competitive high school where people considers scores and achievements more than anything. We get to see the hypocrisies and absurdities of the education system with the help of growth stories of the students who strive to advance forward, slowly but steadily.

26. Love Alarm (2019)

Screenwriter: Lee Ah Yeon, Seo Bo Ra
Director: Lee Na Jung
Starring: Kim So Hyun, Jung Ga Ram, Song Kang, Kim Hee Chang, Go Min Si, Lee Jae Eung
Total Number of Episodes: 8
Where to Watch: Netflix

Love Alarm
Love Alarm

Adapted from a webtoon by Chon Kye-young, going by the same name, ‘Love Alarm’ follows the story of a high school girl named Kim Jo-jo who lives in a society where technology is advanced enough to create a mobile app that can notify whether a person is in love with anyone within a ten-metre radius. She feels a close connection with a popular guy at her high school, Hwang Sun Oh as well as his best friend, Lee Hye Yeong, not being aware which of them she really is in love with. The series has a sequel as well, extending their love triangle.

25. To the Beautiful You (2012)

Director: Jeon Ki Sang
Screenwriter: Lee Young Chul
Starring: Sulli, Choi Min Ho, Lee Hyun Woo, Kim Ji Won, Seo Joon Young, Kang Ha Neul
Total Number of Episodes: 16
Where to Watch: Viki

To the Beautiful You
To the Beautiful You

Getting bullied at school in the US, forces Jae Hee to drop out until she comes to know of a gold medalist in the high jump, Kang Tae-Joon. He inspires her not to give up and participate in sports in order to crush her enemies. Just as she returns to Korea and gets enrolled in a physical education High School meant for men, Tae Joon announces his retirement from high jumping owing to an injury. Koo Jae-Hee, disguised as a boy, decides to help her idol open his heart again and get his share of happiness. On the other hand, Eun Gyul, a charming football player, falls in love with Jae Hee, who has been posing as a man, getting all confused about his sexuality.

24. Class of Lies (2019)

Screenwriter: Jang Hong Chul
Director: Sung Yong Il, Park Ji Hyun
Starring: Yoon Kyun Sang, Geum Sae Rok, Lee Jun Young, Choi Yoo Hwa, Choi Kyu Jin, Han So
Eun
Total Number of Episodes: 16
Where to Watch: Viki

Class of Lies
Class of Lies

The story centres around a successful lawyer who is brought down because of one case which forces him to work as a teacher at a high school, related to the case, in an attempt to regain his honor. Initially, his desire for temporarily working as a teacher involved nothing but selfishness, he gradually begins to notice the crimes taking place at the high school and decides to help the victims. The show does a pretty good job in bringing into the limelight how teenagers manage to escape from their criminal offences just because of them being minors, leaving the victims to suffer unfairly.

23. School 2013 (2012)

Director: Lee Eung Bok, Lee Min Hong
Screenwriter: Lee Hyun Joo, Go Jung Won
Starring: Lee Jong Suk, Kim Woo Bin, Choi Daniel, Jang Na Ra, Park Se Young, Kwak Jung Wook
Total Number of Episodes: 16
Where to Watch: Viki, Apple TV

School 2013
School 2013

‘School 2013’ is the reboot of the iconic ‘School Series’ that aired from 1999 to the next four years. The show features a group of contemporary high school millenials, revolving around their concerns and dreams. After a series of incidents, Jung In Jae and Kang Se Chan end up being co-homeroom teachers of the worst class of students at Victory High School. They have a different outlook and teaching methods but in order to deal with subjects like bullying, school violence, student suicides and other real-life high school issues, they set aside their differences and help the students advance to their senior year.

22. Who Are You: School 2015 (2015)

Starring: Kim So Hyun, Nam Joo Hyuk, Yook Sung Jae, Lee Pil Mo, Jo Soo Hyang, Kim Hee Jung
Total Number of Episodes: 16
Where to Watch: Netflix, Viki, SBS World

Who Are You: School 2015
Who Are You: School 2015

The story centres on the most popular girl of the prestigious Sekang High School, Go Eun Byul and her identical twin Lee Eun Bi, who resides in an orphanage, and is a subject to bullying at school. After Eun Byul suddenly goes missing and Eun Bi somehow ends up losing her memories, she is mistaken to be her sister Eun Byul and takes over her life.

21. Master of Study (2010)

Director: Yoo Hyun Ki
Screenwriter: Yoon Kyung Ah
Starring: Kim Soo Ro, Bae Doo Na, Yoo Seung Ho, Go Ah Sung, Lee Hyun Woo, Park Ji Yeon
Total Number of Episodes: 16
Where to Watch: Viki, KBS World

Master of Study
Master of Study

The series has been adapted from the Japanese manga series titled, ‘Dragon Zakura’ centring on an abrasive lawyer named Kang Suk-ho who has to take up the position of a teacher at the failing Byung Moon High School. He observes in his problematic students, his own troubled past of having a life without dreams. He thinks of an unconventional plan of setting up a special class curriculum and determines to have five of his students getting accepted into one of the top universities of the country.

20. White Christmas (2011)

Screenwriter: Park Yeon Sun
Director: Kim Yong Soo
Starring- Kim Sang Kyung, Baek Sung Hyun, Kim Young Kwang, Lee Soo Hyuk, Kwak Jung Wook, Hong Jong Hyun
Total Number of Episodes: 16
Where to Watch: Viki

White Christmas
White Christmas

White Christmas‘ is a mystery-thriller series revolving around eight hostel-residing students during their stay at Susin High School during Christmas. The students decide not to leave the school during their winter break after getting an anonymous letter stating that one of them will die. On the very first night of their stay, Kim Yo Han, a psychologist, seeks refuge at the school due to some unavoidable situations and stays with them during the holiday. However, the students soon realize that a murderer has been accompanying them all this while and the anonymous letters are not just a prank.

19. Hi! School: Love On (2014)

Director: Sung Joon Hae
Starring: Nam Woo Hyun, Kim Sae Ron, Lee Sung Yeol, Choi Soo Rin, Jo Yeon Woo, Kim Min Seok
Total Number of Episodes: 20
Where to Watch: Netflix, Viki, YouTube

Hi! School: Love On
Hi! School: Love On

A youth fantasy Korean series, ‘Hi! School: Love On’ is a fluffy, funny, cute and easy-watch romance drama revolving around Shin Woo Hyun, a cold-natured boy bearing the tragic past of being abandoned by his parents. He lives with his grandmother and is quite popular at high school owing to his handsome looks and singing skills. In order to look after the boy with little happiness in his life, an angel named Lee Seul Bi is sent to the mortal world. However, his best friend, Hwang Sung Yeol falls in love with her as she enrols herself as a student of the school, becoming the love rival of Shin Woo Hyun. Moreover, Sung Yeol comes to know of a secret concerning both his friend and him which changes their relationship.

18. Dream High (2011)

Screenwriter: Park Hye Ryun
Director: Lee Eung Bok, Kim Seong Yoon
Starring: Bae Suzy, Kim Soo Hyun, Ok Taec Yeon, Ham Eun Jung, Jang Woo Young, IU
Total Number of Episodes: 16
Where to Watch: Netflix, Viki

Dream High
Dream High

The series is about six high school schoolmates at Kirin Art High School who dreams of being successful K-pop stars in future. However, their paths are full of thorns like the various trials of teenage life that try to hinder them from achieving their goals. One of them is Go Hye Mi who is talented in classical music but is bound to give up on her dreams in order to pay off her father’s debt. She needs to enrol two other students into her school, one of whom is from the countryside while the other comes across Hye Mi while attempting to escape from a loan shark.

17. Sweet Revenge (2017)

Starring: Kim Hyang Gi, Park Solomon, Cha Eun Woo, Kim Hwan Hee, Park Kyung Rim, Ji Gun Woo
Total Number of Episodes: 22
Where to Watch: Viki, AsianCrush

Sweet Revenge
Sweet Revenge

Sweet Revenge‘ is a teen fantasy drama that centres on a sweet 17-year-old school student named Ho Goo Hee who is bullied at her school because of her name. While her popular and brooding schoolmate Ji Hoon tries to protect Goo Hee, it doesn’t make her life any better. One day, she comes across a mobile application that lets her take revenge on anyone she wants just by writing the name on it. This seemed like a good way to protect herself until she realised that things have become more difficult.

16. Playful Kiss (2010)

Director: Hwang In Roe, Kim Do Hyung, Kim Jung Hyun
Starring: Kim Hyun Joong, Jung So Min, Lee Tae Sung, Hong Yoon Hwa, Yoon Seung Ah, Lee Si Young
Total Number of Episodes: 16
Where to Watch: Netflix, Viki, Prime Video

Playful Kiss
Playful Kiss

‘Playful Kiss’ is a classic youth love drama between a clumsy and unpopular girl named Oh Ha Ni and the next-to-none perfectionist Baek Seung Jo, his high school classmate. However, when she confesses her love for him, he straight-away rejects her, leaving her all humiliated. A turn of events take place when Ha Ni’s house collapses and she is forced to move in at her father’s best friend’s house, who happens to be the father of Baek Seung Jo. Oh Ha Ni grabs her opportunity and begins to work hard to please the man of her dreams. However, it’s a matter of time before Ha Ni loses her hope due to Seung Jo’s uncaring attitude.

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15. Heartstrings (2011)

Director: Pyo Min Soo, Lee Min Chul
Screenwriter: Lee Myung Sook
Starring: Park Shin Hye, Jung Yong Hwa, So Yi Hyun, Song Chang Eui, Kang Min Hyuk, Oh Won Bin
Total Number of Episodes: 15
Where to Watch: Viki

Heartstrings
Heartstrings

‘Heartstrings’ is a youth rom-com drama exploring friendship, love and dreams, set in an arts college. While Park Kyu-Won is a bright and cheerful girl, highly skilled in playing gayageum, studying Korean traditional music, Lee Shin is a cold and refined young guy skilled in playing the guitar, belonging to the applied music department. Kyu-Won is a descendant of a family which consists of well-known pansori singers in the world while Shin comes from an absolutely different family background. Although their relationship starts with a conflict, they gradually begin to like each other.

14. 18 Again (2020)

Director: Ha Byung Hoon
Screenwriter: Kim Do Yeon, Choi Yi Ryun, Ahn Eun Bin
Starring: Kim Ha Neul, Yoon Sang Hyun, Lee Do Hyun, Roh Jeong Eui, Ryeoun, Wi Ha Joon
Total Number of Episodes: 26
Where to Watch: Netflix

18 Again
18 Again

The story centres on a 37-year-old man named Hong Dae-young whose life becomes miserable when his wife, Jung Da Jung decides to file for divorce after twenty years of living together. The couple were subject to being parents at a young age and came all the way facing everything. However, Hong Dae-young loses himself in the process and not knowing what to do with him, Da Jung finds herself bound to separate ways from him. Recalling all the past memories, Dae-young wishes to go back to his 18-year old self and fix all of his wrong deeds. Surprisingly, his wish comes true and he transforms into an 18-year old boy. He decides to enrol himself in the same high school where his children study and take care of his children, realising the real reasons behind the crumbling bond of his family.

13. Jungle Fish 2 (2010)

Director: Min Doo Shik
Screenwriter: Seo Jae Won
Starring: Hong Jong Hyun, Park Ji Yeon, Lee Joon, Han Ji Woo, Shin So Yool, Kim Bo Ra
Total Number of Episodes: 8
Where to Watch: KBS World

Jungle Fish 2
Jungle Fish 2

It all begins when a bright high school student and class-topper dies mysteriously and her six best friends from the same elementary decide to dig into the tragic incident. They set out to track the real reason for her death, communicating with each other while they have to confront the difficulties of their own, which includes, bullying, academic difficulty, dropping out of school and love issues.

12. School 2017 (2017)

Director: Song Min Yeop, Park Jin Suk
Screenwriter: Jung Chan Mi
Starring: Kim Se Jeong, Kim Jung Hyun, Jang Dong Yoon, Han Sun Hwa, Han Joo Wan, Seol In Ah
Total Number of Episodes: 16
Where to Watch: Netflix, Viki

School 2017
School 2017

The storyline involves a group of high school students who strive hard to fulfil their dreams, breaking through the differences they face in the corrupt environment. Ra Eun-ho is a kind-hearted 18-year-old who gets wrongfully accused of being a troublemaker in the school. This crumbles her dream of getting into a university for studying art and is expelled from her school. On the other hand, while Hyun Tae-woon is the son of the school’s director who hides his scars by pretending to enjoy his life completely, Song Dae-hwi is a bright student but falls short of money to join his dream college.

11. Moment at Eighteen (2019)

Screenwriter: Yoon Kyung Ah
Director: Shim Na Yeon
Starring: Ong Seong Wu, Kim Hyang Gi, Shin Seung Ho, Kang Ki Young, Lee Seung Min, Kim Do Wan
Total Number of Episodes: 16
Where to Watch: Viki, Netflix, We TV

Moment at Eighteen
Moment at Eighteen

‘Moment at Eighteen’ is a coming-of-age drama revolving around 18-year-old youths, capturing the innocence of first love, realistic moments of their lives that we might have experienced. The protagonist of the series is Choi Jun Woo, who is a cold and lonely soul, and is very poor at expressing himself. However, below his so-called rough Personality, lies a cute and goofy young man. The show explores the life of Jun Woo, following the events after his transfer to another school, in a new environment.

10. Reply 1997 (2012)

Director: Shin Won Ho
Screenwriter: Lee Woo Jung
Starring: Jung Eun Ji, Seo In Guk, Hoya, Shin So Yool, Eun Ji Won, Lee Si Eon
Total Number of Episodes: 16
Where to Watch: Viki, Netflix

Reply 1997
Reply 1997

The series has been set in the 1990s, revolving around a high school student named Shi Won who fangirls the boy group H.O.T, and her five friends from the same high school, living in Busan. The story explores their past lives when they were 18-year-old high schoolers and their present 33-year-old selves in 2012 at the reunion party. The concept is unique, hilarious and very refreshing.

9. Age of Youth (2016)

Screenwriter: Park Yeon Sun
Director: Lee Tae Gon
Starring: Han Ye Ri, Ryu Hwa Young, Park Eun Bin, Han Seung Yeon, Park Hye Soo, Yoon Park
Total Number of Episodes: 12
Where to Watch: Netflix, Prime Video

Age of Youth
Age of Youth

One of the most-loved youth drama, ‘Age of Youth’ explores the lives of five girls in their early twenties who ends up living together in the same house. In spite of having very different personalities from one another along with the difference in background and struggles, they develop a strong bond of friendship. The show covers their life struggles, personal issues, dating problems, career pressure and their overall hopes and dreams.

8. Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok Joo (2016)

Screenwriter: Kim Soo Jin, Yang Hee Seung
Director: Oh Hyun Jong
Starring: Nam Joo Hyuk, Lee Sung Kyung, Lee Jae Yoon, Cho Hye Jung, Lee Joo Young, Kyung Soo Jin
Total Number of Episodes: 16
Where to Watch: Netflix, Viki, We TV

Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok Joo
Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok Joo

The story is about a young woman named Kim Bok Joo who is pursuing her dream of becoming a successful weightlifter. She develops a crush on a kind doctor named Jung Jae-Yi who turns out to be the older brother of her childhood friend and swimmer, Joon-Hyung, and hides her identity as a weightlifter. Initially, Joon-Hyung enjoys teasing her and even helps her out in fixing a date with his brother but later realises that he has fallen in love with her. The show tackles the life of youth, the mistakes they make growing up, the manner by which they overcome them and achieve their goals.

7. My ID is Gangnam Beauty (2018)

Screenwriter: Choi Soo Young
Director: Choi Sung Bum
Starring: Im Soo Hyang, Cha Eun Woo, Jo Woo Ri, Kwak Dong Yeon, Park Joo Mi
Total Number of Episodes: 16
Where to Watch: Netflix, Viki, We TV

My ID is Gangnam Beauty
My ID is Gangnam Beauty

The show is about a girl named Kang Mi Rae who, throughout her life, has been bullied because of her looks, which forces her to get plastic surgery, before beginning her life at college. There, she comes across her middle school classmate, Do Kyung Suk who likes people for their inner beauty rather than the outward appearance. He starts falling for Kang Mi Rae despite her insecurities and withdrawn nature and helps her realise that true beauty comes from inside of a person.

6. Orange Marmalade (2015)

Director: Lee Hyung Min, Choi Sung Bum
Starring: Kim Seol Hyun, Yeo Jin Goo, Lee Jong Hyun, Gil Eun Hye, Song Jong Ho
Total Number of Episodes: 12
Where to Watch: Netflix, Viki

Orange Marmalade
Orange Marmalade

The show has been set in a world of fantasy where human beings co-exist with vampires while the latter don’t feed on human flood anymore. However, they are still victims of discrimination in society forcing them to hide their true identity. Baek Ma Ri is a teen vampire who, after being forced to move out from various neighbourhoods, decides to settle down as a human in a new city. However, everything gets complicated when she develops a crush on the most popular campus boy, Jung Jae Min.

5. Cheese in the Trap (2016)

Director: Lee Yoon Jung
Screenwriter: Kim Nam Hee
Starring: Kim Go Eun, Park Hae Jin, Seo Kang Joon, Lee Sung Kyung, Nam Joo Hyuk
Total Number of Episodes: 16
Where to Watch: Viki, We TV, Netflix

Cheese in the Trap
Cheese in the Trap

‘Cheese in the Trap’ is a psychological rom-com that follows a hard-working girl named Hong Seol who skips college for a year owing to her poor family background. She unintentionally ends up being on the wrong side of her senior in college, Yoo Jung, who is good at both academics and sports but hides a dark secret. Suddenly, things begin to change in her life for the worse and Hong Seol gets suspicious if it is Yoo Jung’s doing.

4. True Beauty (2020)

Director: Kim Sang Hyub
Screenwriter: Lee Shi Eun
Starring: Moon Ga Young, Cha Eun Woo, Hwang In Yeop, Park Yoo Na, Jang Hye Jin, Park Ho San
Total Number of Episodes: 16
Where to Watch: Viki, Prime Video

True Beauty
True Beauty

The story is about a high school girl named Lim Ju Gyeong who, after being bullied in her old school for her looks, transfers herself to a new one, but with a makeover. Although people admire her superficial beauty at her new school, she always lands into unavoidable problems whenever she takes off her make-up. When Lee Su Ho, a popular guy from the same school, comes to know about her little secret, he falls in love with her original face rather than the one everyone sees. One of their classmates, Han Seo-jun, who has some unfinished business with Su-Ho, completes the love triangle as he unwillingly falls for Lim Joo-Gyung. ‘True Beauty’ is one of the most popular modern K-dramas.

3. Extraordinary You (2019)

Director: Kim Sang Hyub, Kim Sang Woo
Screenwriter: Song Ha Young, In Ji Hye
Starring: Kim Hye Yoon, Rowoon, Lee Jae Wook, Lee Na Eun, Jung Gun Joo, Kim Young Dae
Total Number of Episodes: 16 (online)
Where to Watch: Netflix, We TV

Extraordinary You
Extraordinary You

The story revolves around a 17-year-old high-school student named Eun Dan Oh whose life tears apart when she suddenly discovers that she is an extra character inside a webtoon, who suffers from a major heart condition. Whatever she does, doesn’t matter since everything goes back to normal and moves according to the predetermined actions of the webtoon’s artist, which she can foresee as flashes from the storyboard. However, one day, she notices a slight change from the events that were supposed to happen and it was because of an unknown character of the webtoon. Eun Dan Oh decides to hold on to that very person and change her fate inside the world of the webtoon.

2. The Heirs (2013)

Screenwriter: Kim Eun Sook
Director: Boo Sung Chul, Kang Shin Hyo
Starring: Park Shin Hye, Lee Min Ho, Kim Woo Bin, Kim Ji Won, Choi Jin Hyuk, Kang Min Hyuk
Total Number of Episodes: 20
Where to Watch: Netflix, Viki, Prime Video, We TV, YouTube

The Hiers
The Hiers

‘The Heirs’ has been set in a high school where the privileged and uber-rich teens of the town go for study. Kim Tan used to be a bully at the same school before he was sent aboard three years ago when his half-brother starts to consider him as a threat who will fight him for the family business in future. He comes across Cha Eun Sang in the US, who is tricked by her blood sister into running away with all the money she had. He helps her out and in the process, falls in love with her, although he is engaged into a wealthy family, to a girl whom he doesn’t like. Kim Tan decides to return to Korea and find Cha Eun Sang, who coincidentally turns out to be the daughter of his housekeeper, currently having shelter at his place.

1. Boys Over Flowers (2009)

Director: Jeon Ki Sang
Screenwriter: Yoon Ji Ryun
Starring: Gu Hye Seon, Lee Min Ho, Kim Hyun Joong, Kim Bum, Kim Joon, Kim So Eun
Total Number of Episodes: 24
Where to Watch: Netflix, Viki, We TV, Hulu

Boys Over Flowers
Boys Over Flowers

The first-ever Kdrama of the majority of international fans, ‘Boys Over Flowers’ is about a poor girl named Jan Di who manages to get admission into an elite high school. Almost immediately, she becomes a target of bullying of the F4, a group of four gorgeous and richest boys, led by Joon Pyo. He gets attracted to Jan Di but the girl begins to harbour feelings for Joon Pyo’s best friend. The story is primarily about Jan Di managing to win the friendship of the F4 boys, and falling in love with two of them and facing multiple difficulties in the process.

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