K-Dramas to Watch if You Miss Being on Campus
At this point, you probably miss going to campus and attending face-to-face classes. But while students are stuck seeing each other as tiny boxes on their screens, here is a list of K-dramas that can satisfy your yearning for your school campus (and your classmates, too!).
Starring Lee Min Ho, Park Shin Hye, and Kim Woo Bin, The Heirs focuses on the lives of affluent students at Jeguk High School, including the story of newcomer Cha Eun Sang who got into the school through a scholarship.
My ID Is Gangnam Beauty
My ID Is Gangnam Beauty centers on the life of college student Kang Mi Rae who decided to go under the knife after being bullied for her looks back in middle school. It stars Im Soo Hyang and Cha Eun Woo and is currently available for streaming on Netflix.
Those majoring in courses that are under performing arts will especially relate to this K-drama. Starring Park Shin Hye and Jung Yong Hwa, Heartstrings is set in a performing arts college. Fun fact: The two leads can actually sing IRL! Park Shin Hye has sung OSTs for her own dramas while Jung Yong Hwa is a member of K-band CNBLUE.
Online dating has now transcended into a more high-tech version: Users of an app will be able to tell if someone nearby has romantic feelings for them. Parts of this Netflix Original is actually filmed at Choong Ang High School, which was also the filming site for many other shows, including Winter Sonata and Goblin.
Age of Youth
Also known as Hello, My Twenties, Age of Youth centers on the lives of five roommates with different college majors as they navigate through early adulthood. While the setting mainly revolves around their home life as roomies, the show also includes snippets of their lives on campus as well as moments every college student can relate to. If you were a dormer back in college, you might appreciate this K-drama!
The second installment of the popular Reply series follows the lives of six university students who live together at a boarding house. The K-drama was shot at Yonsei University, one of the most prestigious universities in South Korea.
Moorim School: Saga of the Brave
This 2016 K-drama involves a different kind of campus and teaches a different kind of curriculum, but it will make you wish it existed IRL. The drama centers on the students of Moorim Institute, a school that not only puts importance on academics but also teaches important virtues in life. P.S. It also stars It's Okay to Not Be Okay star Seo Ye Ji!
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