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7 Korean dramas starring the cast of <i>Law School</i>

The last episode of Law School just came out and we’re still feeling sad about it.

The gripping K-drama had an interesting plotline and a gripping narrative. We loved watching every minute of it. What elevated the show, even more, was the talented actors and actresses that graced the scene. If you haven’t seen it, there are many reasons to start.

Actors like Kim Beom and actresses like Ryu Hye-young both starred in Law School. As veterans of the Korean entertainment industry, they have many TV shows under their belt. Just because Law School is over that doesn’t mean we have nothing to watch. There are many K-dramas to check out and here are some with actors and actresses we love so much.

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The mystical nine-tailed fox transforms into a person, abandoning its post as the guardian mountain spirit of Baekdudaegan, all in the name of love. Starring Law School’s beloved Kim Beom, the first episode aired at the beginning of October 2020. The mixture of romance, horror and a kick of supernatural allows for the show to be packed with full of twist and turns that it allows for the audience to become captivated.

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2 /7

A nostalgic look back in the year 1988. Reply 1988 follows five families who all live on the same street in Seoul called Ssangmundong. The show was originally released in 2015 and stars Ryu Hye-young along with other actors and actresses. The twenty episodes are filled with heartfelt comedy and enough romance that would last a lifetime. The drama included makes it seem like the show is some sort of reality show. Each character is very well-portrayed allowing for the audience to love them as if they know them.

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In this romance-filled show, two Incheon Airport employees who are polar opposites of each other fall in love as they learn to understand themselves even more. There are hidden secrets, romance, and so many twists and turns that will always keep you at the edge of your seat. The show will keep you wanting more until the last minute. Watch as it all unfolds in front of you.

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Hotel Del Luna can be considered the gateway show to the world of K-dramas. Situated in the middle of Seoul, Hotel Del Luna is a hotel that caters to only ghosts. After committing a crime she does not remember, the CEO, portrayed by singer IU, is cursed to manage the haunted hotel. The series stars numerous actors like Lee David, and features appearances from other big-name stars like former f(x) member Sulli. It’s a great K-drama to start you off if you’re a fan of Korean celebrities.

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5 /7

As humans turn into monsters, one human teen and her neighbours fight to survive. This apocalyptic horror South Korean television series will constantly surprise you with its twists and turns. Besides the plot, the production design and the special effects are top-notch. Watching Sweet Home is an experience you would not want to miss out on.

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6 /7

Pasta follows Seo Yoo-Kyung, a young woman with a bright dream who starts her career as a kitchen assistant at the La Sfera restaurant. When she becomes the assistant pasta chef three years later, there are big changes happening at the restaurant. The arrival of a new chef, president, and co-head chef, which brings rivalry, jealousy, and a complicated love story. All these are key ingredients in making the best pasta. Tuck into the show as you wind down after a long day.

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Two food delivery men strive for their hopes and dreams to come true despite the disadvantages they were born into. Through the struggles, they try to find love along the way. In an attempt to compete with the existing monopolistic food delivery app, the main characters, along with other delivery men and women, create a competing food delivery app. Starring Kim Min-Seok, this TV show has romance and everything else you could ask for.

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7 Korean dramas starring the cast of <i>Law School</i>

Nisha Nararidh

Nisha is a sneakerhead, always looking for a way to make her shoes the star of her outfit. You'll find her either blasting good music or baking in the kitchen, sometimes even at the same time. Other than that, you can find her watching Netflix, catching up on her favourites.

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