Arang and the Magistrate. Actually a good historical drama except it could have been a couple of episodes shorter.
Tamra the Island: For some reason, despite really bad acting (especially the white guy who plays a foreign noble--the Korean girl lead is very good, though it's a slightly silly historical so there's a lot of anime-ish acting) this historical romantic comedy is such fun! Despite the silliness, there are some great dramatic moments, too, especially for the main girl, who is used to a whole lot more gender freedom because she's a diver on Tamna. I have no idea why they call it "Tamra" here…
The Moon Embracing the Sun--Beautiful, highly recommended. For fantasy fans, this one has shamans and prophecies. Though chosen as Crown Princess, Heo Yeonwoo is torn from her rightful place and is forced to undertake a new life. Years later, the star-crossed lovers reunite as Wol, the secretive shaman, and King Yi Hwon, the man who lost his innocence with the death of his beloved.
Flower Boy Next Door. Oh my goodness, this show is such a hoot. Hilarious and gets to the heart of matters without being sappy or melo. SO GOOD. Highly recommended. (At least as far as episode 8 goes. Haven't gotten farther yet because they haven't released the rest of the show.) VERY well characterized/plotted. Pacing zips along. EDIT: I finished it and it kept up the pacing and great characterization till the end, though it did get just a touch melo there for a while.
Second to Last Love: I LOVE this show so far. So few good dramas starring older single women.
Hong Gil Dong: Korea's Robin Hood. SO funny, yet bittersweet at the same time. Very much a sageuk fusion, with modern music and other anachronisms, but it's so lovely and stylish you just go along for the ride. And best of all, Jang Geun Seok!
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