There’s Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha, These are Korean Dramas with Wedding Endings
Korean dramas have always succeeded in getting the attention of the audience or connoisseurs of the entertainment industry . Starting from the theme of the story, the totality of the acting skills of the actors and the curious plotwist , have always been the main attraction so that many people choose to make Korean dramas as their spectacle.
The final story of the players is also often the attention of the audience. Korean dramas with sad endings always make the audience nervous and dissatisfied. However, you don’t need to worry because there are not a few dramas that provide a happy ending for the main character, one of which is a wedding scene.
The following are 6 Korean dramas that ended in a marriage. Guaranteed to make you unable to move on!
1. While You Were Sleeping (2017)
The drama that aired on the SBS channel was released in 2017 and received the attention of many drama lovers because it was played by actors and actresses who had been in the acting world for a long time. Lee Song Suk plays the role of Jung Jae Chan, a 29-year-old prosecutor, while Bae Suzy plays Nam Hong Joo, a reporter who has the ability to dream about things that will happen.
Hong Joo’s ability to always see events in her dreams turns out to be closely related to Jae Chan who suddenly also has the same ability. Both of them try their best to prevent any bad things from happening. Over time, they finally fell in love and decided to get married after going through so many scary events.
2. What’s Wrong with Secretary Kim (2018)
Park Seo Joon plays Lee Young Joon, a vice chairman at Yoomyung Group who is famous for his good looks and hard work. In his daily life he is always accompanied by a beautiful and capable secretary named Kim Mi So (Park Min Young) who turns out to be his first love since childhood.
Working together for years, Young Joon finally realizes his feelings for Mi So, but Mi So herself is still afraid of her trauma from the past. Slowly as time goes by, Mi So dares to fight her trauma and immediately reciprocates Young Hoon’s feelings. With a sweet ending to the aisle in the drama, many fans hope that the two are really in a relationship in real life.
3. Angel’s Last Mission (2019)
The fictional genre, this drama has successfully hooked idol Kim Myung Soo or known as L, one of the visual boyband Infinite as the male lead and Shin Hye Sun as his co-star. The drama that aired in 2019 tells the story of a ballerina named Lee Yeon Seo (Shin Hye Sun) who went blind due to an accident she experienced.
The loneliness he experienced for years made him have a fierce and rude attitude towards other people. One day Hye Sun heard the voice of Kim Dan (Kim Myung So) who is an angel who was given a mission to find Hye Sun’s true love. Instead of finding another man, Kim Dan falls in love with Hye Sun and always wants to protect her. Likewise with Hye Sun, she always feels safe and comfortable when Kim Dan is always by her side.
4. Tale of The Nine Tailed (2020)
Lee Yeon (Lee Dong Wook) was once the spirit of the Baekdudaegan mountain. He sacrifices his life as a mountain god to revive the life of the woman he loves named A Eum. Lee Yeon now lives her life as a nine-tailed fox in human form and has lived for hundreds of years.
Meanwhile, Nam Ji A (Jo Bo Ah) works for a TV station as a documentary film producer. In 1999, his parents were involved in a car accident in Yeou Gogae. He remembers a man who saved him in the accident. Establishing a relationship between humans and gumiho it turns out that they have to overcome many obstacles. However, in the end they decided to get married after Lee Yeon declared that he was fully human.
5. Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha (2021)
Set in a village, the drama, which finished its last episode last week, has been a great success and has become a public spotlight, especially with the presence of Shin Min Ah and Kim Seon Ho as the main characters who are considered very suitable to play characters in the drama.
This romantic comedy drama tells the love story between a dentist and a casual worker who is always trusted by the villagers. The attitude of Doo Shik (Kim Seon Ho) who still doesn’t dare to tell his past, makes Hye Jin (Shin Min Ah) worried that Doo Shik is not ready for a serious relationship to the stage of marriage. However, those worries soon disappeared after Doo Shik bravely told his past and decided to marry the girl he loved so much.
Not only the storyline and the chemistry between the players that caught the attention of the audience, it turned out that the happy ending of the story was also the main attraction, making the drama even more memorable and difficult to forget. So, which of the dramas above do you think has the most romantic marriage ending?