You know those K-dramas that a lot of people don’t talk about, but are actually good once you see them? We’re listing a few of those shows that we happened to watch. And, by the way, they’re available on Netflix, so you won’t have to worry.

Solid romance, flashbacks, chemistry, action and drama – sometimes I find myself living in this K-bubble with a melodious OST in the background with a perfect ending. Besides the popular shows that we’ve already shared with you, here’s a list of shows that shouldn’t be underestimated because they were underrated.


After watching Her Private Life, which is a fun, quirky and interesting serial, I also became a #fangirl. From the start there solid romance, good music, intense chemistry between the leads with an over all pleasant and sweet vibe about the show. I don’t want to tell you the story, but you have to watch it for yourself.


Healer is fast-paced action drama with a intense love setting. The whole time I was watching the show, I was on the edge of my seat. At first you might think that the show isn’t your cup of tea, but the lead playing “The Healer” will swoon you away.


Imagine immortal deities and Gods with colored hair – yes! A god falls on earth and falls in love with a girl and there love story is messed up because she is mortal. The music is so sweet and Habaek (the god), he grows on you with his antics and flaws.


A prosecutor and a lawyer, crime and romance, drama and a satisfying end, is what Suspicious Partner is all about (and more). The show has some really sweet couple moments and confusion, which makes it s nice blend.


Watching Coffee Prince was like taking a romantic history lesson about coffee brewery and the words used with and for it and at the same time it shows the love story and sizzling chemistry between the lead characters. It’s quiet a touching drama that might have not gotten a lot of attention, but was widely watched.


You know the kind of shows that get better with every episode? Emotions, characters, flaws, confusions – everything makes sense and that’s also what Pinocchio does. A man on a revenge mission but eventually falling in love, but in a non-stereotypical way. I enjoyed watching Pinnochio.

Written by Faryal Syed
Asst Editor. Blogger. Enthusiast.