Best K Dramas That Are Highest Rated In 2022

Korean dramas have become a worldwide phenomenon. Some of the top K-dramas of 2022 has earned a worldwide fanbase and devoted audience thanks to their intriguing narratives

fascinating stories, and original genres, as well as the phenomenal performances of the show’s main cast. Not only do the K-dramas of 2022

Ghost Doctor In Ghost Doctor, the concept of a “coma ghost” is introduced. This drama series about two doctors who become strangely linked by director Boo Seong-Cheol

All of Us Are Dead After its January release on Netflix, the show quickly rose to the top of the trending list. All of Us Are Dead has gained massive international attention

Business Proposal Business Proposal, a K-drama based on a webtoon by the same name by Haehwa, is one of the year’s most-watched shows. The series, also known as The Office Blind Date

Thirty-Nine There’s a lot of warmth and familiarity in the story told in this K-drama. Son Ye-Jin reprises his role as Cha Mi Jo from Crash Landing on You, and Jeon Mi-Do

Juvenile Justice A Korean drama starring the mysterious Kim Hye-Soo is hard to turn down. She gives such a riveting performance that Juvenile Justice quickly becomes one of 2022

Tomorrow This K-drama is fantastic for fans of the fantastical genre. In this show, a band of death angels and grim reapers work together to house the recently deceased

Twenty Five Twenty One Starting with Kim Tae-Ri as Na Hee Do and starring Start-Up actor Nam Joo-hyuk as Baek Yi-Jin, this drama is a coming-of-age love story set in the 1990s

Pachinko The novel by Min Jin Lee of the same name was a New York Times bestseller, and it served as inspiration for this Korean drama.

Forecasting Love and Weather This is another tender love story, although it takes place in an out-of-the-ordinary situation. A dedicated weather forecaster

Alchemy of Souls Synopsis from Netflix: “A strong sorceress in a blind woman’s body encounters a guy from a prominent family, who begs her help to change his destiny.”

The drama combines romantic chemistry with fantastical undertones as it whisks viewers away to a fantastical another dimension. It shows the lives and endings of people

whose spirits have to adjust to unexpected shifts in their environment. Jae Wook Lee plays Jang Wook, Min-Hyun Hwang plays Seo Yool, and Jung So-Min plays Mu-deok in Korean drama.