We’re a little passed the half mark for dramas this year and there has been so many dramas out and about that there is no way that you’ve seen them all, so I thought I’d post a few dramas that are must sees before the year is out. Tag the dramas to your “Must View” list or just check them out to be fair when the “Year-End Review” comes ’round. I’ve given a little blurb about each drama but please check them out for yourself! Among my picks are gems that are seldom talked about but worth every moment of your time.
[I also gave a link to a couple dramas but I don’t want to steer anyone towards sites that stream subs illegally, therefore, checkout my links on the right side of the blog for download sites for video and subtitle files.]
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Based on the Japanese manga “Eagle” by Kaiji Kawaguchi, depicts the rise of 2012 presidential candidate Jang Il Joon who holds a new dream for his country but among his political conflicts, the appearance of his illegitimate son threatens his future, for he believes Il Joon may have caused his mother’s death. Stars real-life spouses Choi Soo Jong and Ha Hee Ra.
A heartfelt romantic comedy about Xiang Yun Jie (Mike He) who finds out he fathered a child from his previous marriage but in order to gain custody he must be married. Therefore, he enters a contract marriage with a maid (Janine Chang) in his hotel.
The sequel to the 2009 runaway hit BOSS, the original cast returns adding a couple new faces. Picking up 2 years later, Nodate (Takenouchi Yutaka), revives the Special Crimes Unit. Stars Amami Yuki.
A mysterious woman, Saki (Nakama Yukie), and an ordinary housewife, Eriko (Dan Rei), meet and become entangled as Saki seeks to destroy Eriko simple, yet happy life, by seducing her husband (Watabe Atsuro) and bewitching her son.
Can You Hear My Heart?
Cha Dong Joo (Kim Jae Won), loses his hearing due to a car accident then fatefully meets Bong Woo Ri (Hwang Jung Eum), a young girl who lives her life cheerfully supporting her mentally ill father.