6 other Korea drama to watch after Descendants of the Sun

Last Updated on 2016-05-19 , 3:33 pm

Are you a fervent Korean drama fan? Or maybe you got hooked onto it when you saw Descendants of the Sun? Either way, instead of waiting around for the next episode of Descendants of the Sun, why not check out these 6 Korea dramas instead? From action to romance and everything in between, you’ll definitely find something for yourself in this list!

Cheese in the trap


Based on the popular webtoon, this drama is about a college love story of a perfect boy (with a dark side) and a smart inquisitive girl. Watch as you see them deal with the complications that arise from their different personalities.


Those who like a little mystery should definitely catch this drama. Detectives from the past and present are brought together by time-traveling wireless set. From there, they start to solve unsolved cases that other police officers left. This drama series is inspired by a true incident that took place in Hwaseong, Gyeonggi Province, South Korea during 1986-1991.



This sad story follows an attorney named Seo Jin Woo, played by Yoo Seung Ho, that suffers from a condition called hyperthymesia. This results in having a memory where he can remember literally everything in extreme detail. His father is then accused of a crime that holds the death sentence. However, while he was trying the help his father, his amazing memory starts to fade, and it becomes a race against time.

Moon Lovers


This popular drama is a remake of famous drama series called Scarlet Heart. It revolves around the many sons of Goryeo’s fourth king, Kwangjong. Moon Lovers generated loads of discussions and buzz even before its release date due to its star-studded cast. It stars EXO’s Baekhyun, Park Shi Eun and Lee Joon Gi.

Uncontrollably Fond


Separated at a very young age due to an ill-fated relationship, this South Korean drama series follows through the journey of a boy and girl who meet once again, one as a top star and the other as a documentary producer. It stars Kim Woo Bin and Suzy.

Neighbourhood Hero


Raise a hand if you’re one of those who are absolutely in love with popular superhero movie, Arrow. Well, Korea has now come up with their version with Neighbourhood Hero. Fomer black-ops agent who became a bar owner, decides to step in as night-time vigilante after seeing a sudden increase in crimes taking place.