Our Beloved Summer and 3 K-dramas that prove falling back in love with your ex is not necessarily bad

Our Beloved Summer, 18 Again,… show that falling in love with exes again is not a terrible idea. 

Falling back in love with ex-lovers is a common trope in Korean dramas. If many series portray exes as mean, cunning characters, the following 4 dramas prove that getting back together with your ex is not always bad. 

1. Our Beloved Summer

Our Beloved Summer is the most viral rom-com in recent weeks. The drama tells the story of Choi Woong (Choi Woo Sik) and Kook Yeon Soo (Kim Da Mi) who fell for each other and started dating through filming a documentary together in high school. However, they ended up parting ways. Years later after they have become adults, the two are forced to reunite when a TV station wants to do a special episode about their current lives.

Our Beloved Summer draws attention and empathy for its realistic storyline, especially from those who still have lingering feelings for their exes. 

2. 18 Again

18 Again depicts the story about Hong Dae Young (Yoon Sang Hyun), a 37-year-old unemployed man who gets asked for a divorce by his wife and faces the risk of being separated from his beloved children. During a return to his highschool school, Dae Young suddenly finds himself inside the body of his 18-year-old self and changes his name to Go Woo Young (Lee Do Hyun).

Having a second chance to live as a highschool student and watching his family from a different person’s point of view, Hong Dae Young gradually discovers why his wife wants to break up with him and is determined to win her heart again.

3. Discovery Of Love

Han Yeo Reum (Jung Yoo Mi) is a furniture designer. For the past 3 years, the person she has been seriously dating and intends to get married to is plastic surgeon Nam Ha Jin (Sung Joon), a person who knows how to behave in a standard manner and loves her wholeheartedly. However, Yeo Reum’s peaceful life is suddenly disturbed when one day, her ex-lover Kang Tae Ha (Eric Moon) suddenly appears right in front of her eyes and more than that, becomes her rival at work.

4. One More Happy Ending

Jang Nara‘s drama tells the story of marriage, remarriage, and divorce. The actress plays Han Mi Mo, a representative of a remarriage consulting company. She always gives sincere advice to her clients who are intending to resume their broken marriage with their ex. The film also has the participation of Yoo Da In, Yoo In Na and Seo In Young.

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