5 feel-good k-dramas to watch on Netflix
There are times you when need to watch things that feel like a warm hug. Lucky for you these K-dramas are just what you need.
It’s Okay to Not Be Okay
Since its launch in July of this year, this critically praised drama has remained at the top of Netflix’s trending list. The show has been praised for undermining popular culture’s portrayal of mental health and psychiatric facilities.
This one quickly rose to the top of the list of the top ten highest-rated Korean dramas ever on cable television. Hospital Playlist, like the Reply series, is a slice-of-life drama about five friends who have been friends since medical school and now work in the same hospital.
It’s Okay, That’s Love
Jang Jae-yeol, a best-selling novelist and radio DJ, suffers from OCD as a result of unresolved childhood trauma. Ji Hae-soo, a psychiatrist in her first year of fellowship, crosses his path. The show is attentive to mental health issues and depicts the relationship between the two leads in a heartwarmingly realistic manner.
Live Up to Your Name
This is absolutely your cup of tea if you enjoy medical dramas and time travel fiction. Heo Im is a traditional Korean medicine specialist who lived during the Joseon era.
Mystic Pop Up Bar
This film is based on a popular webtoon and follows three people with superhuman talents who run the titular enigmatic pop-up bar. This friendly and hilarious show is ideal for watching when you’re down in the dumps.