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Top K Dramas To Watch In 2021

We all love to binge-watch Korean drama, isn’t it? The Hallyu wave has for sure thrust Korean pop-culture right into the world stage.
As for 2021, the year will be full of treats for the audiences due to the slew of dramas scheduled to go on air. So gear up to witness swoon-worthy romances and edge-of-your-seat thrillers as we unmask top K-Dramas to place on your watch list.

  1. Record of Youth
    This particular drama follows two individuals and their quest to achieve dreams in this world driven by money. The plot centers around Sa-Hye-Jun a part-time model, and An-Jeong-Ha a fan-girl struggling to become a make it big in the glamor world. With a realistic storyline, this drama will surely strike a chord with audiences.
  2. Sisyphus: The Myth
    The series will welcome Park Shin-Hye on the small screen after a gap of two years. Sisyphus follows the journey of Han Tae-Sul a genius engineer and how his life crosses paths with Kang Seo-Hye a soldier. From brilliant writing to Park Shin-Hye’s magnetic screen presence, this series is a must-watch for all fans.
  3. Royal Secret Agent
    Royal Secret Agent is set in the Joseon era and follows the life of Sung Yi-Gyeom. A state examination topper Yi-Gyeom works in the administrative department of the government and is caught for gambling activities. What follows when Yi-Gyeom is reinstated as the royal inspector follows the crux of the story.
  4. Start-Up
    This one Korean Drama will surely tug your heartstrings straight. Starring Bae Suzy as the main protagonist Seo Dal-Mi, it follows her dream to become the CEO of Sandbox (fictional silicone valley in South Korea). Start-up also features Nam Joo-Hyuk as the male lead and is sure one of the K-Dramas to watch in 2021.
  5. Beyond Evil
    If you are a fan of thrillers, then Beyond Evil is your cup of tea. The story follows two detectives in their pursuit of finding the serial killer in town. Packed with all kinds of twists and actions, this one surely is worth the wait.
  6. She Would Never Know
    Love stories never get old in Korean Dramas, right? Based on a popular novel. “Sunbae, Don’t Put On That Lipstick”, the romantic fairy tale is set between a sunbae and hoobae. Perfect for people who love romantic dramas.
  7. When My Love Blooms
    If you have a penchant for romantic series, then K-Dramas have to offer you tons. When My Love Blooms is the classic retelling of cliched love stories. The story follows two sweethearts from their college days who meet after twenty years and reignite the feelings. Filled with mushy romance and swoon-worthy moments, this one is for binge-watch.
  8. Mouse
    This is yet another crime-thriller that is worth your time! The story follows two police officers on the trail for a serial killer who has created ruthless murders of late. Are they able to catch the psychopath? Or do they fail? forms the crux of the story. A must-watch for one and all.
  9. Times
    Times is a political drama that has an added layer of time traveling. The plot is based on the two main leads who get connected through a phone call. Intriguing, and deeply unnerving, the story about the past and present will keep you hooked to the screen.
  10. Crash Landing On You
    It is a story where two people with uncommon backgrounds meet and develop an interest in each other. Crash Landing On You stars Son Ye-Jin as successful CEO and Hyun Bin as North Korean Border captain. With a crisp storyline and perfect chemistry between the leads, this show is a must-watch!
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Alexandra Dimitropoulou

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Alexandra Dimitropoulou is a VP and News Editor at CEOWORLD magazine, working to build and strengthen the brand’s popular, consumer-friendly content. In addition to running the company’s website, CEOWORLD magazine, which aims to help CEOs, CFOs, CIOs, and other C-level executives get smarter about how they earn, save and spend their money, she also sits on the Board of Directors of the Global Business Policy Institute. She can be reached on email You can follow her on Twitter at @ceoworld.