Here Are 9 K-Dramas With Happily Healthy Relationships Between The Leads!

Strange as it may sound, a K-drama with a positive portrayal of a healthy relationship is not always easy to come by. Despite the sincerity of their feelings, a stable relationship with a healthy beginning, middle, and end is unusual in the K-drama fantasy world. Despite the fact that we have already covered this material (check out this feature), here are a few more prominent K-drama couples that seem to be getting along swimmingly.

1. Ki Sun Kyum and Oh Mi Joo in “Run On”

Played by I’m Si Wan, Ki Sun Kyum is a former track runner who retires when he realizes he can’t find fulfillment in the sport. Subtitle translator and free spirit Oh Min Joo (Shin Se Kyung) enters his life. Even though they are completely different, Sun Kyum finds Mi Joo very attractive.

What I like most about them is how realistic their connection is. The two don’t instantly click, but they end up falling in love after learning about each other’s hardships and aspirations. This is a development and a trip that the audience shares and they may even feel some flutters of excitement over it. This duo is even more endearing and admirable because their chats are not superficial but rather profound.

2. Sung Duk Mi and Ryan Gold in “Her Private Life”

The plot of “Her Private Life” centers on a fangirl named Sung Duk Mi (Park Min Young). In the daytime, she works as an art director, and in the evenings, she indulges her inner fangirl. Even her new boss, Ryan Gold, doesn’t know about her secret obsession with her favorite idol and idol group (Kim Jae Wook). After going on a few “fake dates,” the two finally admit to each other their true feelings.

Ryan Gold has a lot of emotional baggage, but it doesn’t stop him from trusting Sung Duk Mi with his heart. Even as he works through the agony of learning the truth about his history and long-lost brother, Ryan is able to find love and do it with such fervor. He’s the kind of boyfriend who’ll tell you how he feels and who’ll let you tell him how you feel without fear of rejection. A match made in Korean drama heaven, these two are the epitome of ideal romantic partners.

3. Yoon Yoon Jae and Sung Shi Won in “Reply 1997”

Yoon Yoon Jae (played by Seo In Guk), a high school student, has had a crush on Sung Shi Won (Jung Eun Ji), his childhood friend and neighbor, ever since they were little. Despite the fact that the two had a sibling-like relationship at first, Yoon Jae’s affections for her deepened when they entered high school, and he eventually wanted nothing more than to be with her.

The fact that the protagonists of “Reply 1997” are a young couple experiencing young love is the film’s strongest point. For as long as he can remember, Yoon Jae has had feelings for Shi Won, and they have only intensified with time. The more he gets to know her, the more he loves her, and those feelings never fade. Together, the two go through the ups and downs of life, building a solid and meaningful foundation. They’re a perfect couple since they’re able to talk to each other about their problems, including their rage and irritation. It’s adorable and fun to see them joke about and tease one another all the time.

4. Hwang Yong Sik and Dong Baek in “When The Camellia Blooms”

Starring Kang Ha Neul and Gong Hyo Jin, “When the Camellia Blooms” is about a pair of lovers in a rural area. Because of the trauma of her son’s father abandoning the family, Dong Baek (Gong Hyo Jin) carries a heavy burden. The mysterious and passionate Hwang Yong Sik (Kang Ha Neul) is hopelessly in love with both her and her kid despite this. Hwang Yong Sik’s contagious optimism is something that helps Dong Baek cope with the challenges of being a single mother.

Seeing Kang Ha Neul in the role of Hwang Yong Sik was a revelation. The arrival of Yong Sik into Dong Baek’s life is like a breath of fresh air after she had given up on love and vowed to devote her life to her kid. She might have given up on love, but he won’t let her and will go to great lengths to prove to her that she can trust him. He is content to be a bystander while she works out her life, so he makes a point of keeping his distance. Sincerity and purity have the power to win over anyone’s heart.

5. Kang Mi Rae and Do Kyung Suk in “My ID Is Gangnam Beauty”

Im Soo Hyang’s Kang Mi Rae, who has been teased and humiliated because of her appearance, decides to make a complete about-face before starting college. They were childhood friends, and when she meets Do Kyung Suk (Cha Eun Woo) in college, she secretly hopes he doesn’t recognize her. Kyung Suk secretly had a thing for Kang Mi Rae before she underwent her bodily metamorphosis, and she has no idea about it.

Do Kyung Suk and Kang Mi Rae’s love blossoms from a shared appreciation of their inner qualities, making for a touching and inspiring pairing. To see Mi Rae grow in self-assurance and contentment as she finds herself and the one she loves brought forth a lot of catharsis for the audience. Even though Kyung Suk is a physically attractive character, he values the inner beauty of others and is smitten by Mi Rae’s charisma and endearing personality.

6. Do Bong Soon and Ahn Min Hyuk in “Strong Woman Do Bong Soon”

In “Strong Woman Do Bong Soon,” Park Bo Young plays a video game developer who wants to be endowed with superpowers. It just so happens that she crosses up with Ahn Min Hyuk (Park Hyung Sik), the CEO of a video game firm that is also in search of a bodyguard. Do Bong Soon is hired, and he offers her the chance to work on a game project while she’s there.

Ahn Min Hyuk falls deeply in love with Bong Soon as a result of their close working proximity. They confide in one another about their fears and difficulties in life, and Min Hyuk risks his own to be with Bong Soon. He is completely devoted to her, and it is because of his love that Bong Soon is finally able to understand how she really feels.

7. Jang Jae Yeol and Ji Hae Soo in “It’s Okay, That’s Love”

Jo In Sung plays superstar author Jang Jae Yeol in “It’s Okay, That’s Love,” when he meets Ji Hae Soo (Gong Hyo Jin). They eventually grow to deeply dislike one another, but Hae Soo is forced to make up with Jae Yeol and tolerate his haughtiness after learning that the owner of the house she is renting and living in is actually him. They hit an impasse when they realise how much they have in common despite their mutual animosity. An amazing romantic connection begins here.

The fact that Jae Yeol and Hae Soo’s affections for each other evolve organically is what makes their OTP in this series so healthy and admirable. As they spend more time together, despite their initial animosity, they come to appreciate and even sympathize with one another. They support and encourage one another to develop into their best selves, which is at the heart of their relationship. Hae Soo is able to be there for Jae Yeol despite the fact that Jae Yeol has a troubled past and a lot of baggage. It’s a touching love story that any reader can admire.

8. Lee Gang Doo and Ha Moon Soo in “Just Between Lovers”

The life of Lee Gang Doo (Junho) has been full of ups and downs. The accident he suffered ended any hopes he had of becoming a professional soccer player. The odd jobs he’s taken on as an adult has allowed him to scrape together a subsistence-level income. Ha Moon Soo (Won Jin Ah) has also experienced trauma but chooses to ignore it. She is determined to make it as an architect and gives it her complete attention.

Despite their apparent dissimilarity, the pair have forged an unbreakable bond. They find out they share a crippling trauma from their pasts, and their relationship turns out to be more fated than either of them could have ever anticipated. The shared experience of adversity strengthens their relationship and gives their feelings greater authenticity. They are so well suited to one another because of their openness and capacity to comprehend one another’s feelings and thoughts.

9. Son Bum Soo and Im Jin Joo in “Melo Is My Nature”

Three ladies over the age of thirty, Im Jin Joo (Chun Woo Hee), Lee Eun Jung (Jeon Yeo Bin), and Hwang Jan Joo (Han Ji Eun), are merely getting by. The script of budding K-drama writer Im Jin Joo (Ahn Jae Hong) gets picked up by the ambitious Son Bum Soo (also Ahn Jae Hong). Together, they put in the effort to make the K-drama a reality.

Despite their differences, Son Bum Soo and Im Jin Joo end up falling in love with one another. Their relationship thrives thanks to their openness and honesty, both in terms of words and actions. Jin Joo tells Bum Soo how she feels just as she’s about to push him away, and he answers with compassion and understanding. They have the best sense of humor for dealing with life’s challenges and enjoy poking fun at one other, which is a big assistance.