It’s a perfect time to chill and take a vacation to a place you want. Furthermore, you will need some entertainment that will you and your loved ones to spend time together.

Here are the 8 recommended K-Drama to watch this summer:

My Liberation Notes (2022)

Genre: Slice of life

No. of episodes: 16

My Liberation Notes revolves around the story of the three Yeom siblings who all live a monotonous mundane life in the fictional village named Sanpo in Gyeonggi-do, which is just outside of Seoul. They struggle in building a social life outside their village because of how far their home is from their workplace.

The Devil Judge (2021)

Genre: Mystery; Legal drama

No. of episodes: 16

In a dystopian version of South Korea, the government plans out a trial judge live show where all citizens are eligible to participate and judge. A heartless head trial judge, Kang Yo-han, is appointed to a chief judge.

Revolutionary Love (2017)

Genre: Romantic comedy

No. of episodes: 16

Byun Hyuk (Choi Si-Won) is a son from a wealthy family who runs a large company. He lives a happy life without any specific goals. He is confident around women and he is also naive, with a warm heart. Byun Hyuk begins to live in an studio in a poor area. He hides his background.

Baek Joon (Kang So-Ra) lives in the same area. She works part-time jobs to make ends meet. Baek Joon graduated from a good university, but she was unable to land a job at a company and begin taking part-time jobs. She is positive and full of justice, but her life changes when Byun Hyuk appears.

Because This Is My First Life (2017)

Genre: Romantic comedy

No. of episodes: 16

Nam Se-Hee (Lee Min-Ki) is a single man in his early 30’s. He has chosen to not marry. He owns his home, but he owes a lot on his mortgage.

Yoon Ji-Ho (Jung So-Min) is a single woman in her early 30’s. She does not own a home and envies those that do. She has given up on dating due to her financial struggles.

Yoon Ji-Ho begins to live at Nam Se-Hee’s house. They become housemates.

Kingdom 1 (2019)

Genre: Historical period; Political drama; Horror; Thriller

No. of episodes: 6

While strange rumors about their ill king grip a kingdom, the crown prince becomes their only hope against a mysterious plague overtaking the land.

Kingdom 2 (2020)

Genre: Historical period; Political drama; Horror; Thriller

No. of episodes: 6

The deceased king rises and a mysterious plague begins to spread; the prince must face a new breed of enemies to unveil the evil scheme and save his people.

My Mister (2018)

Genre: Psychological drama

No. of episodes: 16

A man (Lee Sun-Kyun) in his 40’s withstands the weight of life. A woman (IU) in her 20’s goes through difficult experiences, but also withstands the weight of her life. The man and woman get together to help each other.

Dong-Hun (Lee Sun-Kyun) is married to Yoon-Hee (Lee Ji-Ah). His wife is secretly having an affair with a senior executive at the construction company where he works. Yoon-Hee wants to divorce Dong-Hun and marry the executive, Joon-Young (Kim Young-Min). Dong-Hun also has two brothers who live with his mother. The oldest brother, Sang-Hoon (Park Ho-San), doesn’t have a job and he is separated from his wife. Gi-Hoon (Song Sae-Byeok) is the youngest brother and he wants to become a movie director.

My Fellow Citizens (2019)

Genre: Comedy

No. of episodes: 36

A veteran con man who has never been arrested gets conned by his girlfriend. Feeling betrayed, he tries to drown his sorrows in drink. He soon meets a woman at the bar and falls in love with her. On the day of the wedding, she makes a confession.