It’s hard to believe, but the year is finally wrapping up. Thankfully, 2023 gifted us many new wonderful K-dramas to watch, and December was no exception. Take the time this holiday season to binge-watch your favorite shows, and if you need recommendations to kick-off the new year, check out these top five K-dramas on Viki in December!
In no particular order.
“A Good Day to Be a Dog” is a fantasy romance drama about Han Hae Na (Park Gyu Young), a woman who is cursed to transform into a dog when she kisses a man. However, the only person who can undo her curse is her colleague Jin Seo Won (Cha Eun Woo), who is afraid of dogs due to a traumatic event he can no longer remember. Lee Hyun Woo stars as Lee Bo Kyum, a Korean history teacher who is colleagues with Jin Seo Won and Han Hae Na.
Watch “A Good Day to Be a Dog” below:
Based on a web novel, “The Story of Park’s Marriage Contract” is a time-slip romance drama about the contractual marriage between bachelor Kang Tae Ha (Bae In Hyuk) and Park Yeon Woo (Lee Se Young), who has traveled to modern day from 19th century Joseon.
Start watching “The Story of Park’s Marriage Contract”:
“Perfect Marriage Revenge” follows the story of Han Yi Joo (Jung Yoo Min), a woman who gets in a fatal accident and goes back in time before her marriage with Yoo Se Hyuk (Oh Seung Yoon). She calls off her engagement with Se Hyuk and instead enters into a contract marriage with a man named Seo Do Guk (Sung Hoon) to seek revenge on her family.
Watch “Perfect Marriage Revenge” below:
“Moon in the Day” tells a chilling and heartbreaking love story that spans 1,500 years. Moving back and forth between the past and present, the drama follows the story of Do Ha (Kim Young Dae) for whom time has stopped after being killed by his lover and Kang Young Hwa (Pyo Ye Jin) who has lost her memories of her past life as Han Ri Ta.
Watch “Moon in the Day” below:
“The Matchmakers” tells the story of the meeting between the young widower Shim Jung Woo (Rowoon) and young widow Jung Soon Deok (Cho Yi Hyun) as well as the struggle the two go through together to marry off Joseon era’s unmarried women and men who are considered older than the typical prime age range.
Watch “The Matchmakers” below:
Which of these shows did you love in December, and which ones are you planning on checking out? Let us know in the comments below!
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