The holiday of Thanksgiving 2022 is drawing near, and what better way to spread the warmth of the season throughout your home than with a bounty of delicious food and stunning Kdramas to watch?
Because the holidays are almost here, we decided to compile a list of some shows that you may observe that would make the fun of this time of year even better.
This time, we are not only bringing a list of family-friendly K-dramas, but also ones from almost a decade ago that are sure to be dripping with cheesiness and have a plot that you will still like even after all this time has passed.
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Thanksgiving 2022: Five K-Dramas About Families to Watch!
This drama presents the inspiring tale of two people who put in a lot of effort for the sake of their families and the people they care about, and it does so by bringing to life the lives of two tenacious characters who have not had it easy in their lives.
The narrative of Ugly Alert follows Gong Joon-soo, a man whose life has become complicated after he falsely admits responsibility for a murder that should have been committed by his step brother and is consequently sentenced to jail.
However, it is there that he learns how to sew, and he eventually enters the fashion industry, which is where he becomes acquainted with the workaholic Na Do-hee.
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Ugly Alert: Trivia
- Beginning on December 2, 2013, “Ugly Alert” will replace “The Birth of a Family” in the time slot on SBS that was formerly occupied by “The Birth of a Family” and will be immediately followed by “One Well-Raised Daughter.”
- Since leaving the South Korean military, actor Lim Ju-Hwan has been working on “Ugly Alert,” which is his first project since leaving the service.
- The name “Bravo My Life” was one of the early working titles for the drama series (“Beurabo Mai Raipeu”).
Life Is Beautiful
Thanksgiving is a time to get everyone in the family together for some quality time spent together, during which we all joke around, play games, and have a good time. The plot of this drama revolves around a large family who all reside under the same roof and work through their issues while remaining united. A touching drama that, in terms of atmosphere, is most compatible with that of a family.
The film Life Is Beautiful tells the narrative of a multi-generational family that struggles with difficulties of personal acceptance as well as social and familial acceptance, which ultimately leads to love and understanding between the family members.
- Drama: Life is Beautiful
- Revised romanization: Insaengeun Ahreumdawo
- Director: Jung Eul-Young
- Writer: Kim Soo-Hyun
- Network: SBS
- Episodes: 63
- Release Date: March 20, 2010 – September, 2010
- Runtime: Saturdays & Sundays 22:00
- Language: Korean
- Country: South Korea
This sitcom delivers precisely the type of drama that one would expect from a large family, which is why we keep watching it.
As a result of the fact that four brothers and their spouses have become caught in the situation, the family must band together in order to resolve the problems that exist within the family and protect their land from the actual owner’s daughter.
Ojakgyo Brothers tells the story of a family that has four kids and lives on a farm with their relatives close to Seoul.
The farm is called Ojakgyo. Hwang Tae-hee is the third son and he is a police officer. He meets a girl named Baek Ja-eun and falls in love with her.
Young Lady and Gentleman
Lee Se Hee, Ji Hyun Woo, Kang Eun Tak, Park Ha Na, and Lee Il Hwa are among those who star in the film.
A young woman decides to leave her father and stepfamily behind in order to start a new life on her own after a lifetime of emotional trauma. She finds work as a governess for a wealthy gentleman’s three children after applying for the position.
Her random meetings with the gentleman over the course of the years, as well as their complicated connection at the present moment, have in fact opened the door to the possibility of love between them and reconciliation with his children.
In addition to this, the numerous familial and friendship ties that surround the central couple make for very compelling television. This show is nonstop action from beginning to end!
Even though it is lovely to have family come to visit for Thanksgiving, the last thing you want is for them to remain in the area for an extended period of time.
However, in this drama, that is precisely what takes place. It is inevitable that there would be upheaval, and it feels like going back to times that ought to be left in the past now that the Wang family’s three daughters have returned owing to personal concerns they have been dealing with.
The narrative of Wang’s Family tells the story of the Wang family, which is confronted with a multitude of difficulties, including elitism, discrimination, and children returning home after having lived independently while attending college. Is it possible for this family to make it through shifting power dynamics, having babies while going through tough financial times, and other challenges?
- Also Known As: The Wang Family , Wanggane Siggudeul , King’s Family
- Director: Jin Hyung Wook
- Screenwriter: Moon Young Nam
- Genres: Comedy, Romance, Drama, Family
- Tags: Hardworking Female Lead, Big Family, Infidelity, Mother-Daughter Relationship, Marriage
Every household, even the most affluent ones, is filled with both happy and trying times. This is true even for the most privileged families.
The fact that this drama features power conflicts among family members as well as a love story that draws a girl from a less privileged background into the competition makes it the type of melodrama that you won’t want to miss out on.
Kim Tan, played by Lee Min-ho, is the protagonist of The Heirs. Tan is the heir to a wealthy family’s business empire, but he is forced into exile by his half-brother.
During his time in exile, he finds himself falling in love with a woman who ultimately reveals herself to be his housekeeper’s daughter. When the time comes for his fiancee to take him back to South Korea, he finds himself divided between his responsibilities as the heir and his feelings for her.
Viki is the place to go to watch The Heirs.
- Drama: The Heirs / The Inheritors
- Revised romanization: Wangkwoneul Sseuryeoneunja, Keumugyeruel Kyeondyeora – Sangsokjadeul
- Director: Kang Shin-Hyo, Boo Sung-Chul
- Writer: Kim Eun-Sook
- Network: SBS
- Episodes: 20
- Release Date: October 9 – December 12, 2013
- Runtime: Wed. & Thu. 21:55
- Genre: Romance
- Language: Korean
- Country: South Korea
“Be My Dream Family”
Starring: Choi Jung Woo, Park Jun Geum, Ryu Jin, Park Tam Hee, and Lim Hyung Jun
When the elderly parents of two different sets of children decide to marry, it causes friction amongst their families. Intense conflicts arise as a result of the night and day cultural backgrounds, but in the end, the group is able to establish common ground. The ultimate test will be to see how long their ceasefire will endure before they go back to acting the way they used to.
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