If you want to gain an insight into the love life of celebrities, these below K-dramas will provide.
Recent months have been filled with intense series, either vengeful ones like “Eve” and “Dr.Lawyer” or law-centric series like “Why Her?” and “Extraordinary Attorney Woo”. Therefore, if you want to take a break and seek a drama that will brighten the day, these K-dramas about celebrity love are highly recommended.
So I Married An Anti-fan
The first name on the list is “So I Married An Anti-fan”, which starred SNSD member Sooyoung and actor Choi Tae Joon. In this drama, Choi Tae Joon assumes the role of the top Kpop artist Hoo Joon, while Sooyoung plays the reporter Lee Geun Young. Despite being an “anti-fan” of Hoo Joon, Geun Young ended up having to live together with him, and feelings started to blossom between the two.
“Imitation” follows a love story between Maha (played by Jung Ji So) – a female Kpop idol from rookie group “Tea Party”, and Kwon Ryuk – a top artist. To achieve her dream of becoming a star, Maha worked hard and suffered from various adversities.
Meanwhile, the male lead of “Imitation” Kwon Ryuk (played by Lee Jun Young), is a member of popular Kpop group SHAX. He and Maha did not exactly start on the best terms, but as they fall for each other and start a secret relationship, the gestures between them can sway a lot of hearts. Despite its romantic theme, “Imitation” is the closest reflection of the idol industry so far in the K-drama world.
The K-drama “Miracle” introduces actress Kang Min Ah, as well as two members of Kpop group SF9 – Hwiyoung and Chani. In the series, Kang Min Ah plays the role of Lee Soo Rin, a former idol trainee who had to give up on her dream and became a content creator instead. However, she seems to be living the dream of many Kpop fans, as two famous idols, Min Si Woo and Luis fall for her.
The series’ plot is truly unique, as it follows the famous actress Han Se Kye (Seo Hyun Jin), who transforms into a different appearance for one week every month.
Meanwhile, the male lead Seo Do Jae (Lee Min Ki) suffers from the prosopagnosia syndrome, which hinders him from recognizing people’s faces. The two people, with their own share of challenges, later find each other, and become better people as they start a relationship.
Let Me Be Your Knight
Within “Let Me Be Your Knight”, you can find romance, humor, friendship, and even familial love. The drama follows male lead Yoon Tae In (Lee Jun Young), who is the leader of top Kpop group LUNA, yet suffers from sleepwalking. To protect his image, this condition is kept a secret from the rest of the world.
To cure Yoon Tae In, the female lead In Yoon Joo (Jung In Sun) had to move in and live alongside LUNA, only to later fall for her patient. Meanwhile, other members of the band also develop feelings for her.
“Shooting Stars” discloses the stories of people who work behind the scenes and help celebrities shine. Along with their worklife, audiences will also get to witness the sweet yet somewhat hilarious love story between the “exes” Gong Tae Sung (Kim Young Dae) and Oh Han Byul (Lee Sung Kyung).
In “Shooting Stars”, Gong Tae Sung is a superstar with immense popularity, while Oh Han Byul works as the team leader of his company’s PR department. The two started out with animosity due to a past feud, but soon came back to each other, showing the sweetest chemistry.