My Shy Boss

Welcome back DramaSpot readers!

This week I am recommending the Romantic-Comedy: My Shy Boss.
Starring Yeon Woo Jin, Park Hye Soo, Yoon Park, Gong Seung Yeon, He Ji Won, Hun Jung Min, and Han Jae Suk.
Written by Joo Hwa Mi this 16 episode series is currently airing now.
Watch it on DramaFever, Viki, and KissAsian. A new episode is available to stream every Monday and Tuesday.

'My Shy Boss' Promotional Photo

Eun Hwan Ki (Yeon Woo Jin) is the boss of a public relations office but is dealing with crippling social anxiety making him extremely introverted and shy. Since Hwan Ki doesn’t interact with his employees they think that he is cold hearted and angry. Chae Ro Woon (Park Hye Soo) is the opposite of her new boss, Hwan Ki. Ro Woon is energetic and extroverted making her appear to be arrogant. When Ro Woon takes Hwan Ki’s introverted behavior as a personal attack against her, she makes it her goal to expose her boss’s true personality.

I recommend this drama to those who feel like they are extremely introverted or extroverted. This is a hilarious drama that shows in an exaggerated way the different social personalities that make people who they are. I think that this is a perfect example of how cat people (introverts) and dog people (extroverts) differ from each other but also bring out the best qualities within each other. So sit down one night with your friend who is introverted or extroverted and laugh together.

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Boys Over Flowers

Hello, DramaSpot readers!

This week I am recommending the Romantic-Drama: Boys Over Flowers.
Starring Gu Hye Sun, Lee Min Ho, Kim Hyun Joong, Kim Bum, Kim Joon, and Kim So Eun.
Written by Yoon Ji Ryun this 25 episode series aired in 2009.
Watch it on DramaFever, Viki, Netflix, and KissAsain.

'Boys Over Flowers' Promotional Photo

Geum Jan Di (Gu Hye Sun) is a poor girl who gets a scholarship to Shinhwa High School, after saving the life of a student, where only the wealthiest children in Seoul attend. At the forefront of the school is a group known as F4, a group of four boys who torment those who are not as rich as they are. When Jan Di faces F4’s leader, Goo Joon Pyo (Lee Min Ho), she enters a new world of torment and scrutiny. But Jan Di doesn’t give up hope and continues to spread her happiness around winning the heart of many, including the cold Joon Pyo.

This is known (from what I heard) as one of the classic Korean Drama’s. Featuring common themes of KDrama’s such as a rich guy falling for a poor girl, love triangles, flower boys, unrequited love, and so much more, this is definitely a drama you don’t want to miss out on.

Flower Boy Ramen Shop

Welcome DramaSpot readers!

This week I am recommending the Romantic-Comedy: Flower Boy Ramen Shop.
Starring Jung Il Woo, Lee Chung Ah, Kim Ye Won, Lee Ki Woo, Park Min Woo, and Joo Hyun.
Written by Yoon Nan Joong this 16 episode series aired in 2011.
Watch it on DramaFever, Viki, and KissAsian.

'Flower Boy Ramen Shop' Promotional Photo

Yang Eun Bi (Lee Chung Ah) is a University student who is studying to take her civil servant test to fulfill her dream of being a high school teacher. Cha Chi Soo (Jung Il Woo) is a spoiled high school student who is heir to a successful food industry. When Eun Bi is assigned to be a teacher’s assistant to Chi Soo’s class she see’s how arrogant the high schooler is. Meanwhile, Chi Soo is fascinated by Eun Bi’s athletic skill and fierceness. After Eun Bi’s father’s Ramen Shop is bought by Choi Gang Hyuk (Lee Ki Woo) Eun Bi finds herself in a love triangle between Chi Soo and Gang Hyuk.

This was one of the first KDrama’s that I ever watched and I loved every minute of it. It has some of the best things: food, ‘flower boys’ (aka pretty boys), and a romantic storyline. I recommend this to fans who love to watch people make and eat ramen and also are invested in a hilarious story line with quirky characters that will steal your heart.

Goblin

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This week I am recommending the Supernatural-Romantic drama: Goblin.
Starring Gong Yoo, Kim Go Eun, Lee Dong Wook, Yoo In Na, and Yook Sung Jae.
Written by Kim Eun Sook this 16 episode series aired 2016-2017.
Watch it on DramaFever, Viki, and KissAsian.

'Goblin' Promotional Photo

Kim Tan (Gong Yoo) is a mythical and immortal ‘Goblin’ who has the power to protect souls and change ones’ destiny. For over 900 years Kim Tan has had to watch those he love’s die around him as he continues to live. It has been fated that the only way a ‘Goblin’ can die is by finding the ‘Goblin Bride’. Ji Eun Tak (Kim Go Gun) is a quirky high schooler who was gifted with the ability to see ghosts since she was young. When Eun Tak is discovered to be the ‘Goblin’s Bride’, Kim Tan is ready to die; but when he starts to have romantic feelings for Eun Tak he finds he has a new reason to live.

Goblin seems like it has such a romantic and heartbreaking story. Just by the cast alone, I can already tell that this drama is going to have an interesting storyline the whole run and there will be many tears in my future. I recommend this to anyone who has watched or is interested in Coffee Prince and The Master’s Sun. Even though this is a ‘supernatural’ drama it seems to be more of a love story than anything.

The Master’s Sun

Hello, DramaSpot readers!

This week I am recommending the Supernatural Romance: The Master’s Sun.
Starring So Ji Sub, Gong Hyo Jin, Seo In Guk, Kim Yoo Ri, Jung Ga Eun, and Lee Jong Won.
Written by The Hong Sisters, this 17 episode series aired in 2013.
Watch on DramaFever, Viki, and KissAsian.

"The Master's Sun" Promotional Photo

Tae Gong Sil (Gong Hyo Jin) has been able to see ghosts her whole life, causing her to become reclusive and seen as strange. Joo Joong Won (So Ji Sub) is a CEO who only has a heart for money. When Gong Sil meets Joong Won and finds out she doesn’t see ghosts when touching him, she quickly becomes attached. Together the two try to help each other and also start to have a romantic attraction.

I recommend this drama to anyone out there who wants both romance and the supernatural. Even though Gong Sil can see ghosts, the drama itself is not a horror or thriller; instead, it is romantic and light-hearted. I predict that there will be lots of heartbreak and romantic tensions between the two main leads.

Heirs

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This week I am recommending the Romantic drama: Heirs. 
Starring Lee Min Ho, Park Shin Hye, Kim Woo Bin, Kang Min Hyuk, Choi Jin Hyuk, Krystal Jung, Kim Ji Won, and Kim Mi Kyung.
Written by Kim Eun Sook this 20 episode series aired in 2013.
Watch it on DramaFever, Viki, and KissAsian.

'Heirs' Promotional Photo

Heirs is about a group of privileged teenagers who are learning to take over large corporations while also figuring out how to love. Kim Tan (Lee Min Ho) is an heir to a large business empire but has been sent to the States to study abroad. By chance, he and Cha Eun Sang (Park Shin Hye) a poor girl looking for her sister in the states, meet and Kim Tan feels himself start to have romantic feelings towards her. When both arrive back in Korea they continue to meet unexpectedly and slowly Kim Tan starts to question his duty to his family versus his love for Eun Sang. Mix into this Choi Young Do (Kim Woo Bin), Kim Tan’s old friend now rival, who also starts falling in love with Eun Sang drama starts to occur in this high school world.

The way I like to think of this drama is that it’s if Gossip Girl took place in South Korea. From the first episode alone I can tell that the relationship between Eun Sang and Kim Tan is going to be so exciting to watch and heartbreaking to see what challenges they have to go through to be together. This show will be full of drama, love, and heartbreak.

Missing 9

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This week I am recommending the Thriller and Comedic drama: Missing 9.
Starring Jung Jyung Ho, Baek Jin Hee, Park Chan Yeol, Oh Jung Se, Choi Tae Joon, Lee Sun Bin, Ryu Won, Kim Sang Ho, and Yang Dong Geun.
Directed by Choi Byung Gil with a Screenplay by Han Jung Hoon, this is a 16 episode series that is currently airing now.
Watch it on DramaFever, Viki, and KissAsian.

'Missing 9' Promotional Photo

Ra Bong Hee (Baek Jin Hee) wakes up and finds herself on the shores of China with no memory of what happened to her. As she returns to South Korea it’s revealed that she was on a plane as Seo Joon Oh’s (Jung Kyung Ho) stylist and eight other artists and staff of Legend Entertainment that crashed four months ago while on the way to tour. As more people question Bong Hee’s arrival and how she survived, she starts to remember what happened to her and the other missing nine people the last four months.

This is a very interesting show to recommend. At first glance it looks like it will be a heavy drama with action and thrills but when you start to watch it has a lot of comedic parts woven in. I’ve never watched the show Lost but if I were to try to explain this show to a friend I would say that this would be the Korean version of Lost but has many of funny moments.