The dramas below have finished with a complete and fulfilling ending, pleasing viewers.
Korea is famous for many romantic dramas. Among them, there have been many dramas that ended with a fulfilling ending, making viewers feel fluttered and satisfied. Typically, the following Korean dramas are famous for their dreamlike endings.
1. What’s Wrong With Secretary Kim
What’s Wrong With Secretary Kim is adapted from the webtoon of the same name that has made K-drama lovers crazy in 2018. The drama circles around the sweet love story of vice president Lee Young Joon and secretary Kim Mi Soo and closes with a beautiful wedding like in a fairy tale that everyone dreams of.
2. Jealousy Incarnate
Jealousy Incarnate has finished the journey of 24 episodes with one of the happiest endings ever. Not only does it have a romantic and humorous wedding of the couple Lee Hwa Shin and Pyo Na Ri, the drama also “travels” to future stories when the two have children and grow old together.
3. 18 Again
18 Again is a family-themed drama with humane and meaningful content. Based on the original 17 Again by Jason Filardi, the drama still has its own distinct charm. Until the last minute, the couple Hong Dae Young and Jung Da Jung got back together, showing their long-lasting love as each other’s first and last love.
4. Hometown Cha Cha Cha
Indeed a healing drama of 2021, until the very last moments, Hometown Cha Cha Cha still satisfied viewers. The final episode closes with the wedding of patriarch Hong Du Sik and dentist Yoon Hye Jin next to the villagers of Gongjin. Until the last moments, Hometown Cha Cha Cha still makes the audience happy.
5. Our Beloved Summer
After going through many ups and downs, the couple Choi Woong and Yeon Soo officially became a family in the final episode of Our Beloved Summer. Although the wedding scene was not broadcast on the small screen, the drama in return showed the peaceful married life of Choi Woong and Yeon Soo.
6. Hospital Playlist
Hospital Playlist ends with the moment when 5 professors watch the sunset together instead of saying goodbye. Throughout the two seasons of the drama, tense or dramatic details did not appear, so the drama ended very gently with the professors’ life continuing as usual.
7. It’s Okay, That’s Love
It’s Okay, That’s Love ends when the characters all overcome their barriers and trauma. Besides, the couple Jang Jae Yeol (Jo In Sung) and Ji Hae Soo (Gong Hyo Jin) tied the knot and are about to welcome a new family member.