Yes! There are more drama’s that I am 100% obsessed with. So, let’ just dive right in.
1. Princess Hour (Viki)
This is an alternate history drama that is based on Park So Hui’s ‘Gung’ with the reinstatement of the Korean monarchy in August 15, 1945, along with its liberation and establishes Year 1 of Gwanghwa. In 2006, ‘Year 14 of Inhwa,’ an overly normal high school girl that attends an arts high school ends up marrying the Crown Prince, who is dating Min Hyo Rin, because of a promise that the elders made decades earlier, and becomes the Crown Princess. But due to the failing health of the King, many problems occur in the aftermath. That’s when Hwa Yeong, the former Crown Princess and her son, second in line to the throne, Prince Yul, return from 14 years away in England. Their ultimate aim being to take the throne. But Prince Yul ends up falling in love with the average high school girl turned Crown Princess, Shin Chae Gyeong, and one calamity after another continues to plague the Royal Family.
2. Marriage, Not Dating (Viki)
How do you get your meddlesome family off your back? If you’re Gong Gi Tae, you give your family what you know they would never accept. Gi Tae is a confirmed bachelor who has no interest in getting married, but he faces tremendous pressure from his family to settle down. To get them off his back, Gi Tae brings Joo Jang Mi and introduces her as his future wife, knowing full well that his family would never accept her. Jang Mi agrees to the fake relationship because she is starting to lose hope that she will be able to find the perfect love after her failed past relationships. Can Gi Tae and Jang Mi pull off their ruse or will they get more than they bargained for with their deception? “Marriage, Not Dating” is a 2014 South Korean drama series directed by Song Hyun Sook.
3. Love Between Fairy and Devil (Viki)
The fearsome Lord Devil, Dong Fang Qing Cang once wrought utter chaos in the realm of gods, defeating entire clans and vanquishing all of his foes at the head of his fearsome demon army. One of the young women from the defeated army is reborn as a fairy named Xiao Lan Hua many thousands of years later. Lord Devil has long since been cursed and imprisoned in a magical tower – and has remained there for thousands of years.
But when, due to a mishap, Xiao Lan Hua unwittingly sets him free, he thinks he is able to escape. He believes that all he needs to do is sacrifice Xiao Lan Hua and he will be free to unleash chaos again and conquer the known world. There is a twist, however. In the process of setting him free, some bizarre magic appears to have taken place – and the two have “swapped” bodies. Suddenly, the fearsome Lord Devil is trapped inside the body of a puny female fair. And Xiao Lan Hua finds herself in possession of superhuman strength! If anyone learns of what has happened, he assures her, they will both be done for. But as they search for a way to undo the spell, love begins to cast its own magic spell!
4. Unforgotten Night (gagaoolala)
Tired of his unrequited, futile love, Kim is in need of someone to embrace his body for just one night as it’s the only night Kim has to know what he truly wants. By a chance occurrence, the night introduces Kim to a mafia by the name of Kamol who decides to pursue Kim all for himself not wanting him to belong to anyone else.
I completely binged watched all of these over the three day weekend. Unforgotten Night has been a rollercoaster along with Love Between Fairy and Devil, BUT I can’t get enough of either.
What are you currently watching?