Business Proposal, Little Women, And More Are Among The Top 5 K-Dramas With Satisfying Endings. K-dramas continue to gain popularity every year and are now among the most-watched shows in the world.
The increasing popularity of Korean media is a result of the fast-moving Hallyu, and its creators are acutely attuned to their fans’ preferences. Due to this, many great dramas have had fitting and satisfying endings. Our top 5 picks from 2022 are shown here.
Ahn Hyo Seop portrayed the largely rigid CEO of a food company, Kang Tae Moo. His worker, Shin Ha Ri, has to go on a blind marriage date with him when her pals back out. The stiff CEO develops feelings for the out-of-character young woman because she is different from what he’d normally expect—someone who won’t bend to his will but will be authentic.
To no avail, he follows her and makes every effort to win her heart, only to discover that he has been duped. What happens next is hysterical as the boss and the loyal employee falls in love and tries to find out how to date discreetly at work. Despite the predictable happy ending, the thrilling cat-and-mouse game leading up to it made for a great viewing experience.
Since it was an omnibus series, all of the plots that had been developing throughout the 20 episodes were resolved satisfactorily by the finale. For example, the characters played by Shin Min Ah and Lee Byung Hun decide to take a risk and admit that they love one another. Alternatively, Kim Woo Bin and Han Ji Min may meet and fall in love, requirements-free.
Also, Lee Jung Eun forgets her first love and the nebulous feelings that accompanied it. She decided to let go of her buddy and all the expectations that came with the friendship in order to enjoy life without stress.
The town rallied around the young parents (Bae Hyun Sung and Noh Yoon Seo), who had children while still in school, and helped them pursue their goals. The smallest of tales had the best finale ever because they all resolved themselves.
Nam Joo Hyuk’s character, Baek Yi Jin, was a 25-year-old ambitious rookie reporter played by Nam Joo Hyuk. Na Hee Do, played by Kim Tae Ri, is a 21-year-old great fencer who secretly wants to become best friends with her biggest opponent.
Over time, they moved from being total strangers to being one other’s closest confidantes and greatest sources of optimism. Almost immediately after they begin dating, their relationship begins to change for the worst.
The once-uplifting tale became one of suffering and despair. While there are those who believe the story’s protagonists should have ended up together, we find the story’s portrayal of the fact that some people are destined to exist only as supporting characters to be the most honest and illuminating.
My Liberation Notes
Lee El, Lee Min Ki, and Kim Ji Won respectively play the three Yeom siblings in this story. Mr.Gu (Son Seok Gu), a man of mystery, joins their family and goes to work for their father’s traditional, frugal furniture business. The eldest one of the three has been having a rough go of it in the love department.
Meanwhile, the one in the middle tries desperately to acquire wealth and status symbols but always comes up short. Because of this, the youngest child always looks for an escape route. She wants a man who will ‘worship’ her, and Mr. Gu isn’t the appropriate man for her, yet he is for many reasons.
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Their companionship eases the stresses of daily living, but eventually, they will have to face the music alone. By the finale’s conclusion, the three siblings had moved out from under their father’s thumb but were still keeping in touch with one another. Reconciliation occurs between Kim Ji Won and Son Seok Gu.
In what was arguably the year’s most upsetting television program, viewers were subjected to a veritable roller coaster of shocking information. Three sisters, played by Kim Go Eun, Nam Ji Hyun, and Park Ji Hoo. The Oh sisters have struggled financially their entire lives and are continually looking for methods to improve their situation.
One of the most powerful families in the country becomes involved, and the race to the bank begins. The show’s thrilling energy and the actor Wi Ha Joon’s minor love arc with Kim Go Eun both increased during the show’s 12 episodes. The bad guys died a horrible death, and everyone else had happy endings.