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5 Korean dramas that say no to a love triangle

This is a Korean-drama series worth watching for those who do not like love triangles.

Love triangles have become a classic element incorporated into most popular Korean dramas, leaving viewers to compete for their favorite couple. But there are also dramas that say no to the love triangle, giving viewers many moments of comfort because there will be no more moments of regret for any characters.

5 Korean dramas that say no to a love triangle
Without love triangle, these drama still easily attract the audience thanks to its intense chemistry of the main couple

Here are 5 Korean dramas that say no to love triangles, promising to satisfy the gentle heart of viewers.

1. Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok Joo

Taking on the new sports theme, ‘Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok Joo’ is a lovely love story between female weightlifter Kim Bok Joo and swimmer Jung Joon Hyung. Starting from a silly moment, the two gradually become friends and start to have feelings for each other. But even when they became lovers, they still brought laughter to viewers instead of the usual cheesy episodes.

5 Korean dramas that say no to a love triangle
5 Korean dramas that say no to a love triangle
Bok Joo and Joon Hyung’s cuteness is endless

2. Descendants of the Sun

As one of the legendary couples of the Korean field, Captain Yoo Shi Jin (Song Joong Ki) and Kang Mo Yeon (Song Hye Kyo) in ‘Descendants of the Sun’ created a fairy-tale-like story in real life that received attention from millions of viewers across Asia.  Even the supporting couple of the film is extremely loved by the audience.

5 Korean dramas that say no to a love triangle
5 Korean dramas that say no to a love triangle
Who hasn’t fallen in love with the love story between Captain Shi Jin and Mo Yeon?

3. Pretty Noona Who Buys Me Foods

Possessing a theme somewhat simple and even familiar, ‘Pretty Noona Who Buys Me Food’ (Something In The Rain) still caused a storm when it first aired because of its great sisterly love between Joon Hee (Jung Hae In) and Jin Ah (Son Ye Jin).  In the film, the thing that stops the two from coming together is not a man or a woman, but rather from the disapproving eyes of society and family.

5 Korean dramas that say no to a love triangle
5 Korean dramas that say no to a love triangle
The age difference doesn’t seem to make it difficult for Jung Hae In and Ye Jin

4. Goblins

Goblin’ is undeniably one of the best Korean fantasy dramas. The series made an impression with two extremely cute couples, Goblin (Gong Yoo) – Eun Tak (Kim Go Eun) and Death (Lee Dong Wook) – Sunny (Yoo In Na).

5 Korean dramas that say no to a love triangle
5 Korean dramas that say no to a love triangle
Both the main and supporting couple of ‘Goblin’ received many compliments from the audience

5. It’s Okay, That’s Love

Bringing together the two most popular faces of Korea movie field – Jo In Sung and Gong Hyo Jin, ‘It’s Okay, That’s Love’ is a movie that is really suitable for those who are suffering from mental illness and need appeasement. The series is a gentle love story between Jang Jae Yeol and Ji Hae Soo – two severely traumatized people who find each other amidst the hustle, bustle of life and try to overcome their illness together.

5 Korean dramas that say no to a love triangle
5 Korean dramas that say no to a love triangle
Two people with broken hearts find each other in the midst of the hustle, bustle of life and overcome mental illness together.

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