3 romantic K-dramas that contain the blind date trope: Every story gets a happy ending except Lee Do Hyun – Go Min Si

These K-drama couples all have their first encounters on blind dates. 

Taking their friends’ place on blind dates, but ending up meeting the love of their lives, the following 3 K-drama couples make viewers believe in destiny. 

1. Business Proposal

After only 2 episodes, “Business Proposal” has been drawing much attention thanks to its fun plot and a visual cast. The meet-cute of ordinary office worker Shin Ha Ri (Kim Se Jeong) and her rich and handsome CEO Kang Tae Mu (Ahn Hyo Seop) is on a blind date. Chaebol daughter Jin Yeong Seo (Seol In Ah) is sick of arranged marriages, so she has been asking her BFF Ha Ri countless times to disguise as her on blind dates to scare all the men away. However, things take a turn when Ha Ri meets Kang Tae Mu who asks her to marry him right after their first date. 

2. Youth Of May 

The most heartbreaking love story of 2021, “Youth of May” also starts with a blind date arranged by fate. Kim Myung Hee (Go Min Si) pretends to be her best friend who comes from a rich family to go on a date with Hwang Hee Tae (Lee Do Hyun). She acts like a reckless and materialistic woman on purpose to ruin the date. However, Hee Tae ends up being attracted to Myung Hee and they later fall in love. They try to overcome prejudices and opposite circumstances to stay by each other’s side and even get married by themselves. However, eventually, they cannot have a happy ending. 

3. You Are My Destiny

In “You Are My Destiny”, Jang Sae Byuk (Im Yoona) is not the girl Kang Ho Se (Park Jae Jung) is supposed to meet, but after agreeing to help Kim Su Bin (Gong Hyun Joo), Sae Byuk takes her place on the blind date. However, they cannot escape fate as Sae Byuk and Kang Ho Se later fall for one another. They go through a bittersweet romance that ends with marriage. 

K-dramas that contain the blind date trope
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