June 26, 2022

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6 Korean Dramas Set in Summer, There’s Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha

Summer always manages to bring a different feel to Korean dramas. It is a beautiful time when flowers are blooming, birds are chirping, and lots of warm things are happening. There are many Korean dramas that are very attached to this unforgettable season.

Launching from soompihere is a list of 6 Korean dramas set in summer:

1. Our Beloved Summer

Still Cut Korean Drama “Our Beloved Summer” (Soompi)

Tells the story of Choi Woong (Choi Woo Shik) and Guk Yeon Soo (Kim Da Mi) who knew each other when they were in high school. They also dated for five years starting from high school, but broke up.

Several years later, they are reunited as adults, and they are at odds with each other as old feelings begin to resurface.

“Our Beloved Summer” is a sweet drama revolving around first love. This drama is even more romantic because it is set in a beautiful summer, as the title suggests.

“Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha” (Soompi) poster
“Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha” (Soompi) poster

In this drama, Shin Min Ah plays Yoon Hye Jin, a dentist who quits her job in the city due to a fight with her boss.

He goes to a small town to start something new but finds himself experiencing many misfortunes when he gets there, causing him to rely on the help of Hong Doo Shik, played by Kim Seon Ho. Doo Shik is a local who has many odd jobs. He continues to help Hye Jin when she finally opens a practice in the small town.

“Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha” is one of the sweetest and adorable Korean dramas. The warm summer atmosphere and their incredibly romantic relationship will make viewers feel like watching this drama for hours!

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3. Reply 1988

Drama Poster
Drama Poster “Reply 1988”

This drama tells the story of Sung Duk Sun (Hyeri) and Choi Taek (Park Bo Gum) who have been good friends since they were little. They hang out together all the time and are very comfortable with each other, which is why it’s only natural that Choi Taek ends up falling for Duk Sun. The hardest part of this situation is that their friend, Jung Pal (Ryu Jun Yeol), also has feelings for Duk Sun.

The nostalgic and heart touching nuance of “Reply 1988” will forever be etched in the hearts of viewers. There is something about this drama that will always remind people of summer.

4. When the Camellia Blooms

Drama Poster “When the Camellia Blooms”
Drama Poster “When the Camellia Blooms”

This Korean drama stars Kang Ha Neul and Gong Hyo Jin as two lovers with many burdens as they come from broken families.

Hwang Yong Sik (Kang Ha Neul) has vowed to dedicate his life to Dong Baek (Gong Hyo Jin). In the middle of this heart-touching love story, there is a serial killer on the loose who Yong Sik is hunting for.

The epic love story that takes place in the countryside during these hot summer months will leave viewers in awe. The way Hwang Yong Sik constantly expresses his love for Dong Baek really makes this series very entertaining to watch.

Even though there is a serial killer interspersed with the romantic elements of the drama, the script is so well written that everything blends in smoothly at the end.

No wonder “When the Camellia Blooms” won the best drama series at the Baeksang Arts Awards!

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5. Discovery of Love

Drama Poster “Discovery of Love” (Soompi)
Drama Poster “Discovery of Love” (Soompi)

This drama tells the story of Han Yeo Reum, (Jung Yu Mi) who fell in love at first sight with Kang Tae Ha (Eric Mun) when she first met him on the train.

Tae Ha himself is also fascinated by Yeo Reum’s cute and cheerful personality, so he decides to date her.

After five years of dating, Tae Ha finally decides to achieve his dream and Yeo Reum also mourns the death of her father. Their relationship ended up falling apart.

A few years later, the two meet again in the summer but Yeo Reum has been in a relationship with another man, and Tae Ha realizes that his feelings for Yeo Reum never really go away.

Even though the synopsis sounds cliché, this drama is actually really fun to watch!

6. My id is gangnam beauty

Still Cut Drama “My ID Is Gangnam Beauty” (Soompi)
Still Cut Drama “My ID Is Gangnam Beauty” (Soompi)

This drama tells the story of Kang Mi Rae (Im Soo Hyang), who is always insecure about her physical appearance. It affected him so much that he believed that having plastic surgery was the only way out so he could have lots of friends

On the first day of university, Mi Rae gets excited to start her new life, but she meets Do Kyung Suk (Cha Eun Woo), a very handsome and popular boy who she used to be with in elementary school. Kyung Suk recognizes Mi Rae quite quickly and he begins to realize that he has always had special feelings for Mi Rae.

The drama series “My ID Is Gangnam Beauty” really describes the beauty of summer perfectly, especially during the romantic scene when Kyung Suk holds an umbrella for Mi Rae.

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Those are six Korean dramas set in a beautiful summer. What is your favorite drama?