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.


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.

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