Top Enemies-to-Lovers K-dramas that you absolutely cannot miss

South Koreans love this genre and there are just so many dramas made on this premise, that we decided to list a top few for you. If you’re just getting started with them, you’re in for a great ride!

Hometown Cha Cha Cha

In this romantic comedy, female lead Shin Min Ah is the only one who hates the house-favourite Kim Seon Ho. As she gets to know about his past (it’s always about the past, isn’t it!) she warms up to him. Funnily, the entire village is clued in on their romance, before they can even announce their relationship to them.

Touch Your Heart

Lee Dong Wook and Yoo In na star in this hilarious comedy about an actress wanting to sharpen her acting chops for a role of a lawyer. She interns with an actual lawyer, gets on his nerves, and of course, makes way into his heart. Watch this one for the brilliant comic timing by Yoo In Na, and well, Lee Dong Wook.

Suspicious Partners

What is it about Korean lawyers hating everyone so easily? In this drama too, sun bae lawyer Ji Chang Wook and intern Nam Ji Hyun get off on the wrong foot. It’s through an intertwined destiny dictated by courtrooms and crimes that the two find their way to each other’s hearts.

Secret Garden


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You probably know Hyun Bin as the dashing male lead from Crash Landing on You; here though, see him as a much, much younger actor, playing a spoilt rich brat. He and Ha Ji Won meet accidentally and are out for each others throats before things take a fantasy turn – their souls swap forcibly -and then the love story part of the series begins.




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