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From Snowdrop to Something in the Rain – Here are 6 must-watch romantic K-dramas this Valentine’s Day

It’s the official week of love. Celebrate it by watching your favourite romantic K-drama with your better half. Check out the top romantic K-dramas on OTT.  

From Snowdrop to Something in the Rain – Here are 6 must-watch romantic K-dramas this Valentine’s Day
Something in the Rain

Last Updated: 05.24 PM, Feb 13, 2024


This Valentine's Day, break the cliche of visiting jam-packed restaurants, multiplexes and watching formulaic romantic comedies! Rather, spend some quality time together and savour the charm of these endearing on-screen romances in K-dramas available for streaming on various OTT platforms.  

Coffee Prince (2007)

Starring Gong Yoo, Lee Sun Kyun, and Yoon Eun Hye in key roles, the series follows a tomboy who gets mistaken for a young guy but chooses to keep up the pretence in order to get a job. However, when her male supervisor begins to develop feelings for her, things start to go wrong. The 17-episode series garnered favourable reviews from critics, and took home several honours.  

Streaming platforms – Netflix, Viki  


Listen to Love (2016)

Starring Lee Sun-kyun and Song Ji-hyo, Listen to Love is a 2016 series about husbands who attempt to safeguard their marriage with the support of anonymous netizens. After eight years of marriage, Do Hyun-woo (Lee Sun-kyun) believed he had a solid connection with his better half until he realises that his wife Jung Soo-yeon (Song Ji-hyo) might be about to cheat. This forces him to seek advice and attempt to salvage his marriage from strangers on social networks.  

Streaming platform – Disney+ Hotstar  

Something in the Rain (2018)

In Something in the Rain, the 30-year-old businesswoman Jin-Ah (Son Ye-jin) hasn't had much luck finding love thus far. However, she is taken aback by how much of a grown-up Seo Joon-hee (Jung Hae-in), the younger brother of her best friend, has become and how she begins to develop feelings for him when he returns from overseas. The series chronicles how they fall in love, deal with their age differences, and muster the confidence to tell everyone about their relationship.  

Streaming platform - Netflix  

Snowdrop (2021)

Snowdrop is set in 1987, that saw the establishment of the democratic Sixth Republic of Korea. Graduate student Lim Soo-ho (Jung Hae-in) is found drenched in blood in her dorm room by Eun Yeong-ro (Jisoo), a fellow student. The duo get romantically involved but Soo-ho is not really who he seems to be in the series that is set against the backdrop of political unrest.  

Streaming platform – Disney+ Hotstar  

Love All Play (2022)

Also known as Going to You at a Speed of 493 Km, this 16-episode series chronicles the romantic journey of two badminton athletes who fall for each other. Featuring Park Ju-Hyun and Chae Jong-Hyeop, the series is a sweet tale of how opposites attract that leaves a lasting impression on your heart.  

Streaming platform – Disney+ Hotstar  

Call It Love (2023)

After her father passes away, Sim Woo Joo's (Lee Sung-Kyung) life takes a turn for the worst when her father’s mistress forcibly removes her from her house. She goes up to Han Dong Jin (Kim Young-Kwang), the son of her father's former lover, to get retribution. However, she starts to develop romantic feelings for him later. This tragic melodrama about love, forgiveness, and empathy sees Han Dong-Jin, an obsessive worker who has been lonely all his life, undergoing a transformation after he meets Sim Woo-Joo.  

Streaming platform – Disney+ Hotstar  

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