Top 5 K-Dramas That Define The Hallyu Wave


Top 5 K-Dramas That Define The Hallyu Wave

Top 5 K-Dramas That Define The Hallyu Wave

It’s not an easy thing to pick which K-drama is the best of all time. If you’re new to the trend, you might easily choose recent top-grossing dramas like “Goblin” or “Descendants of The Sun”. However, back in early 2000, K-Dramas have established an outstanding reputation on the global level to the point they can be one of the factors that define Hallyu wave. Without further ado, let’s check out these top 5 K-dramas that everybody just loves to watch them over and over again.
Song Hye Kyo rose to fame in South Korea and throughout Asia with “Autumn In My Heart.” Not only that, the drama is probably the pioneer of melodramatic series that introduced the switched-at-birth storyline. The storyline, the soundtrack, and basically everything in this drama is an ultimate tear-jerker. So, if you’re a fan of tear-jerker dramas, then Song Hye Kyo and Won Bin’s drama is a must-see. Let’s just agree that “Winter Sonata” is still one of the most popular K-dramas even after 14 years. The drama revolves around Joon Sang (Bae Yong Joon), a music genius who moved out to the countryside area with his mother to escape his troubled past. Little did he know, his encounter with a girl named Jung Yoo Jin (Choi Ji Woo) will change his life forever. The story becomes more complicated as it involves amnesia and unresolved past. “Winter Sonata” has made its lead actor, Bae Yong Joon, gain immense fame that earned him a prestigious honorific title of Yon-Soma. “Stairway to Heaven” is another tear-jerker melodrama that depicts romance in a refreshing, yet distressing way. The 2003 drama follows the story of two childhood friends that share a strong bond after losing their loved ones. The story becomes more complicated when the stepmother comes in to build a scenario involving assault and sabotage that forces those lovebirds to go separate ways and just forget about each other. “Full House” has everything you need in a drama . It has comedy, touching love story, and two rising stars at that time, Song Hye Kyo and Rain as the lead actors. The drama also has iconic soundtracks that would make everyone remembers the good old times. Lee Da Hae and Lee Dong Wook pulled off the story of a poor Jeju Island girl meeting a filthy rich guy in the most entertaining way in “My Girl.” This K-drama doesn’t only offer a comedic and one of a kind storyline; its iconic soundtracks have successfully rendered Joo Yoo Rin’s crazy adventure to escape from the baddies and bad lucks she’d been dealing her whole life. So, which one is your favorite? Sound off in the comments below.

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