If you were pleased with the performance of Park Min Young and you are looking for K-drama alternates that are similar to “Marry My Husband”, where she is the lead female character, here are 5 K-drama alternate series you are sure to enjoy. The first 4 on the list are all 16 episodes and categorized as either Romance or Romantic Comedy (Rom-Com).
This a historical period drama about female historians, who took their jobs just as seriously as their male counterparts. They experienced gender discrimination but overcame it.
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In “Phantom School”, evil beings that feed on human desires are called phantoms. These supernatural beings are captured by phantom hunters, then sealed in beads, and kept in an underground depository.
In “The First Responders” we look at the work that three (3) emergency responders perform and the risks and dangers they face. They work as police (Jin Ho-Gae), as firefighters (Bong Do-Jin), and as paramedics (Song Seol), and they work together. The rescue missions are intense and adrenaline-fueled.
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Lee Dong-wook is an award-winning actor and has been appearing in Korean dramas since 2005. Several K-drama reviews where he was cast as one of the main characters have been published via PopGeeks:
Sure! Many people love binge-watching Korean drama series. But sometimes you don’t want to get wrapped up and have to go through several episodes to get to The End. Sometimes you just want to watch a good movie!
“A Bloody Lucky Day” starts peacefully. What could be more peaceful than walking on the beach holding hands with the one you love and spending the day with your family? OK! So! It was a dream. But the dreams also included. When you dream about pigs, doesn’t that mean something good is going to happen? Uuuhh? That’s debatable. “Pigs in Dreams Meaning & Symbolism | Dream Guide Me”
In “Unpredictable Family”, the two main characters are Yoo Eun-Sung, an aspiring actress, who refuses to give up on her dreams no matter how many times she fails auditions; and Kang Sun-Woo, a talented and promising film director who started his career at age 17. These two characters are surrounded by a bunch of likable, sometimes quirky people who comprise their circle of family and friends.
In “A Killer Paradox”, Lee Tang is a young man who was bullied in school. He thought of himself as a loser, someone living a life with no purpose. After he completed his mandatory military service, he went to work at a convenience store. There is nothing much to his life. But one night, he got into a fight with a stranger.
In “Twinkling Watermelon”, a young man has to choose his path in life. But first, he has to discover that he even has that path. Sometimes a warning is not a warning. Ha Eun Gyeol was told bad things about a person and warned to never go near him.