Series and movies never fail to transport us to another world. It allows us to transcend time through real-life events, cinematography, fashion, and language. Without a doubt, Korean series always get it right. Their dramas will not just give you a nostalgic feeling but will also teach us valuable life lessons. Here are some of the finest period K-Dramas.
TWENTY FIVE TWENTY ONE
Set during the South Korean financial crisis, Na hee-do (Kim Tae Ri) a member of her high school fencing team, and back yi-jin (Nam Joo Hyuk) whose father’s business went bankrupt due to the crisis and fell in love years later when they turn 25 and 21.
An anthology television series featuring different eras. follows a group of young students who have encountered each other either during childhood or living on the same street in a neighborhood.
Set when South Korea was ruled by a dictatorial government, Im Soo Ho (Jung Hae In) plays a graduate student who participated in a pro-democracy march, is found covered in blood by Eun Young Ro (Jisoo), a freshman of hosu women’s university.
The drama revolves around the lives of three people mysteriously connected through two eras one during the 1930s Japanese occupation of Korea and the other in the 21st century.
GO BACK COUPLE
Choi ban do (Son Ho Jun) and Ma Jin Joo (Jang Na Ra), the 38-year-old married couple decided to end their 18 years of marriage, but something strange happens to them.
A walkie-talkie of a profiler from 2015 somehow picks up signals from a detective in 1989. based on real-life crimes that took place between 1986 and 1991 where 10 women were raped and murdered in the same area in South Korea.
Set in 1871, fighting for Korea’s independence. follows the story of Eugene Choi (Lee Byung Hun) who is born into slavery but after a traumatic event escapes to the united states.