Netflix Has 7 Romantic Korean Films You Can Watch


1. Be with You (2018)

Soo Ah makes a vow to her husband, Woo Jin, before she dies: they will meet again during the rainy season. She somehow follows her vow and returns to her husband and son a year later. The only issue? All of her memories have vanished, and she will have to depart once more when the season ends.


2. Wish You (2021)


In-soo, a dedicated musician, busks with his best friend in the streets every day, hoping to make it big one day. In-life soo’s is permanently changed when a video of one of his concerts arrives in the hands of Yoon Sang-yi, a keyboardist for a major record label. The singer moved into the business apartment with Sang-yi after being persuaded to join the firm’s rookie discovery project. The two quickly discover that they make good music together, but that isn’t the only thing that grows between them.


3. The Princess and the Matchmaker (2018)


When their kingdom suffers from a prolonged famine, Joseon’s Princess Song Hwa is obliged to marry in order to rectify the cosmic tragedy. When she learns that a young diviner has already narrowed down her options based solely on readings, she takes matters into her own hands and goes outside the palace to meet the men herself.


4. Crazy Romance (2019)


Sun-young develops love for Jae-hoon, a coworker who is unable to move on from his previous relationship, just after breaking up with her unfaithful boyfriend. As the two become closer, they must navigate their emotions amid a minefield of corporate gossip and social media.


5. April Snow (2005)


When their respective husbands are involved in a vehicle accident together, In-su and Seo-young realise their partners are having an affair. In-sung and Seo-yung decide to stay in a motel near the hospital while the two are still unconscious, where they connect over their shared rage and sadness and soon fall in love. But what happens to their increasing attraction when In-wife su’s eventually realises her mistake?


6. Always (2011)

When Chul-min, a dejected former boxer who now works as a parking lot attendant, meets Jung-hwa, a blind telemarketer with an infectiously bright smile and attitude, he discovers new meaning in life.


7. Sweet and Sour (2021)

Faced with the challenges of a long-distance relationship, Jang-hyuk tries to keep his connection with his girlfriend, Da-eun, while also dealing with Bo-young, a lady who puts him up against him at work.