Pretty sure howall of us had this one drama that left us crying and broken for so many weeks after watching it. Now we’re giving you a list of more kdramas that will leave you crying!
Hye-Na (Heo Yool) is a little girl who is abused by her mother Ja-Young (Ko Sung-Hee). Despite the fact that she is not well, she convinces others that she is OK. Soo-Jin (Lee Bo-Young) works as a substitute teacher at Hye-elementary Na’s school. Soo-Jin recognizes her predicament and resolves to become her mother.
Lee Kang (Yoon Kye-Sang) grew up dreaming of being a chef in a little beach town. He now works as a neurosurgeon. He appears cold-hearted, yet his warm heart is hidden under his frigid exterior.
Moon Cha-Young (Ha Ji-Won) encountered Lee Kang when she was youngst at a seaside town restaurant. Lee Kang prepared a lunch for her. This is Moon Cha-favorite Young’s memory, and it inspired her to pursue a career as a chef.
Lee Kang, a neurosurgeon, and Moon Cha-Young, a chef, reunite at a hospice ward.
Ji Sung’s character Cho Min Hyuk (Ji Sung) has everything except a pleasant demeanor. Since learning that his lover had been involved in a hit-and-run accident, he has been fueled with wrath. Kang Yoo Jung (Hwang Jung Eum) accepts responsibility for the accident caused by her boyfriend. Yoo Jung, now imprisoned and despondent, is defiant.
MY COUNTRY: THE NEW AGE
This series, set during the transition from the Goryeo to the Joseon periods, follows two friends who feud over their views on “my homeland.” Seo Hwi (Yang Se Jong) is a famous commander’s son and a fighter. He will not tolerate any form of unfairness. Nam Seon Ho (Woo Do Hwan) is a gifted and intelligent individual. His mother, on the other hand, was born into the lowest social class, thus he is frequently looked down upon. Despite this, he is confident that he will pass the military service exam. Nam Seon Ho loses his dream due to a scandal involving his father and disputes with Seo Hwi over a misunderstanding.
Shin Ji Hyun (Nam Gyu Ri) was ready to marry her fiancé when she was involved in a car accident and went into a coma. She is offered a second shot at life on the condition that she locate three persons outside of her family who would shed genuine tears for her. She does this by posing as Song Yi Kyung (Lee Yo Won), a part-time convenience store clerk.
THE SMILE HAS LEFT YOUR EYES
This series follows the relationships of Kim Moo Young, who is free, unexpected, and hazardous (Seo In Guk). When a woman’s suicide is determined to be a murder, he works at a beer brewery and becomes a suspect. When he meets a friendly, friendly advertising designer named Yoo Jin Kang (Jung So Min), who wants to console Moo Young, his life begins to change. Yoo Jin Kang’s brother, Yoo Jin Kook (Park Sung Woong), is a homicide detective with over 27 years of experience. He tries to keep his sister away from him while attempting to “expose” who Moo Young really is.
I’M SORRY, I LOVE YOU
So Ji Sub (Cha Moo Hyuk) was adopted by an Australian family but was abused and abandoned at a young age. He meets Song Eun Chae (Im Soo Jung), the organizer for Choi Yu Ne (Jung Kyung Ho), a well-known Korean musician, one day. Moo Hyuk has only three months to live after an accident involving his ex-girlfriend, prompting him to return to South Korea in search of his biological mother. His findings drive him to seek vengeance, but he finds pleasure in Song Eun Chae.
Dong-Joo Park is a surgeon. A blind girl was his first love. Yoon Soo-Wan is a member of the emergency 119 team. She was blind as a child, but an eye transplant allowed her to see again.
Yoon Soo-Wan and Park Dong-Joo were each other’s first loves. They split up because of their tragic family history. They reconnected 12 years later.