Entertainment, Television

A Round-Up of my Favorite Korean Dramas of 2022

As a returning Korean drama fan, I am always on the lookout for new series to watch and get invested in. 2022 has already brought a wide range of exciting dramas, and I have had the pleasure of discovering some truly great shows.

One of the K-Dramas that stood out for me this year was “All of Us Are Dead,” a zombie series on Netflix that had me on the edge of my seat from start to finish. While it wasn’t necessarily my favorite show, the roller coaster feeling it gave me was undeniable. The concept of a group of high school students trying to survive a zombie apocalypse was intense and thrilling, and I couldn’t wait to see what happened next.

I also found myself pleasantly surprised by “Twenty Five, Twenty One,” a drama that I initially wanted to pass on but ended up enjoying due to the strong storytelling. It’s always rewarding to discover a show that manages to hold your attention despite initial reservations.

Juvenile Justice Kdrama Netflix

One of my absolute favorites this year was “Juvenile Justice,” a legal drama that I truly loved. The compelling plot kept me hooked from start to finish, and I found myself thoroughly invested in the story.

A Business Proposal Kdrama

I also had a great time watching “A Business Proposal,” a cheesy romantic comedy that had me hooked from the very first episode. The show’s mix of humor and romance was just what I needed, and I found myself looking forward to each new episode.

Tomorrow Kdrama

On a more serious note, “Tomorrow” was a deep and thought-provoking drama that explored the themes of life and death in a unique and compelling way. The idea of a supernatural drama centered around the gift of life and death was truly moving, and I found myself thoroughly invested in the story.

Eve Kdrama Viu

Another one of my all-time favorite genres is a revenge drama, and “EVE“, available on Viu, definitely delivered on that front. The tension and excitement of a good revenge story are always a draw for me, and this show kept me on the edge of my seat from start to finish.

I also had a great time watching “Extraordinary Attorney Woo Young Woo,” a comedic yet dramatic show that I truly loved. The mix of humor and legal drama kept me engaged and invested in the story, and I found myself laughing and crying in equal measure.

Golden Spoon Disney Plus

Finally, “Golden Spoon” on Disney+ was a drama with a never-ending series of plot twists that kept me guessing until the very end. The show’s mix of drama and mystery was truly captivating, and I found myself thoroughly invested in the story.

Overall, 2022 has been a great year for Korean dramas, and I have had the pleasure of discovering some truly great shows. From zombie apocalypses to romantic comedies, there’s something for every mood and preference, and I can’t wait to see what the next year brings.

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