Aside from giving us a dose of kilig and laughter, Korean dramas have also taught us some of the toughest lessons on love (and life.)
Below, we look back on some of the most quotable love quotes from K-dramas:
On letting go of someone you love:
Ji Eun Tak of Goblin
"The ones left behind must go on living. It's okay to cry once in a while, but you should laugh a lot too. You need to be strong too. It's the right thing to do since you've received love."
On loving yourself:
Kim Hye Jin of She Was Pretty
"When someone is doing something that they really want to do, that’s when they look the most beautiful. I want to look truly beautiful as I do what I like, not for someone else, but for myself."
Jae Chan of While You Were Sleeping
"Don't beat yourself up for too long but never forget what happened. Regrets are pointless. There's no use in crying over spilled milk. All you can do is slowly fill the glass up again."
On finding love:
Se-ri of Crash Landing on You
"Sometimes the wrong train takes you to the right direction. It was like that for me, too. Throughout my life, I always felt like I was on the wrong train. One time, I wanted to give up. I didn't want to go anywhere. So I thought of jumping off the train. Look where I am now. I took the wrong train again, and a very wrong one at that. Still, you should think about the future, even if things don't go as you wish. I hope you arrive at the right station, no matter which train you take."
On trusting yourself:
Ha-ri of Oh My Baby
"We don't live our lives hoping to be understood by others. We just do our best to make the right choice."
On moving on:
Cho Gang Hwa of Hi! Bye Mama
"Everyone passes through a tunnel of darkness in life. A long tunnel that makes you think that you will never see light again. But there are no tunnels without exit, there is no eternal love or eternal pain in the world."
Hotel del Luna
"Feeling sad and disappointed is only natural when witnessing disappearances. When a flower withers away, just like it dreams of new blossom, you'll live, meet, and love again."
Wang Yeo a.k.a. Grim Reaper of Goblin
"Instead of focusing on getting over her fast, you should focus on what helps you heal."
This story originally appeared on Femalenetwork.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Candymag.com editors.