Missing King The Land? Watch These 4 Heartwarming K-Dramas On Netflix To Fill The Void

We've compiled a list of uplifting K-dramas to cure your 'King the Land’ blues.

Itisha Arya
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It has been a while since fans of K-dramas said their goodbyes to ‘King the Land,’ featuring Lee Junho and YoonA. This romantic comedy narrates the tale of Goo Won (Lee Junho), a chaebol heir vying with his older step-sister for control of King Hotel, a lavish establishment in Seoul. On the other hand, Cheon Sa Rang (YoonA), a cheerful hotelier working at King Hotel's VVIP lounge, enters the picture with a perpetual smile. Despite starting on the wrong foot, a budding romance unfolds between the two characters.

For those seeking a romantic Korean drama to fill the void left by 'King The Land,' good news awaits. We've curated a list of heartwarming options on Netflix that promise to keep you captivated for hours.

‘Hometown Cha Cha Cha’

Watching 'Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha' is an instant mood lifter. The K-drama revolves around Yoon Hye-Jin (Shin Min Ah), a meticulous dentist, who relocates from Seoul to the coastal village of Gongjin. In this new setting, she crosses paths with Hong Du-Sik, also known as Chief Hong (Kim Seon Ho), a man with various jobs. As anticipated, the two characters develop a romantic connection, but their charismatic love story unfolds amidst constant playful banter. Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha extends beyond the romance between the main characters, as numerous Gongjin residents have their own compelling storylines, making it a heartwarming family-friendly watch.

‘Our Beloved Summer’

Moving on to our recent addition, we have 'Our Beloved Summer.' Choi Ung (Choi Woo Shik), an illustrator, and Kook Yeon Soo (Kim Da Mi), a PR professional, find themselves compelled to reconnect as disgruntled ex-lovers. This unexpected reunion is triggered by the sudden viral success of a documentary they co-produced a decade ago during their time as classmates.

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The duo is reluctantly thrust back together on camera by Ung's best friend and producer, Kim Ji Ung (Kim Sung Cheol), who harbours unrequited feelings for Yeon Soo. Adding another layer to the story, NJ (Roh Jeong Eui), a famous idol, develops a crush on Ung.

‘My Secret Romance’

When delving into the realm of affluent and entitled chaebols, it's inevitable to bring up Jin Wook from 'My Secret Romance.' He, in many ways, established the archetype of the wealthy and arrogant K-drama CEOs. Much like 'King The Land,' this romantic K-drama revolves around workplace romance, and what made it particularly delightful was the playful teasing moments initiated by Jin Wook towards his love interest simply because he could. Echoing the charm of 'King The Land,' 'My Secret Romance' exudes sweetness, romance, and profound heartwarming moments. If you're on the lookout for a captivating watch post-'King The Land,' I'm confident you'll find 'My Secret Romance' thoroughly enjoyable.

‘Business Proposal’

In a storyline reminiscent of 'King the Land,' there's the immensely popular 'Business Proposal.' When Jin Young Seo (Seol In Ah) persuades her best friend Shin Ha Ri (Kim Se Jeong) to stand in for her on a blind date with Kang Tae Moo (Ahn Hyo Seop), Ha Ri is taken aback to discover that Tae Moo is, in fact, the new CEO of the company where she is employed. Mirroring the dynamic of Goo Won and Cheon Sa Rang in 'King the Land,' Tae Moo and Ha Ri's playful and argumentative chemistry takes centre stage in this K-drama. Adding to the allure is the romantic connection between Young Seo and Cha Sung Hoon (Kim Min Kyu), Tae Moo's chief secretary and friend.

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