Are you those who love kampung spirit, team spirit? Love seeing groups of people who come together and work for the same goal in your Korean drama (k-drama) like a family? Read on to find the drama that suits your palette.
Samsan Tech – Start-Up
Working towards the goal to help others with technology. From zero experience, Dal Mi (Bae Suzy) is ready to be the CEO to lead the Samsan tech along with the founders Nam Do San (Nam Joo Hyuk), Kim Yong San (Kim Do Wan), and Lee Cheol San (Yoo Soo Bin). Finally, a lawyer turn designer Jung Sa Ha (Stephanie Lee) joined the team.
Mystic Pop-up Bar staff
With less than a month deadline to settle 9 more human souls, Weol Joo (Hwang Jung Eum) and an afterlife police Chief Gwi (Choi Won Young) starts to worry. They hired a human part-timer Han Kang Bae (Yuk Sung Jae) who has the ability to let people pour their hearts out by a touch. Since then, they work hard together.
Danbam staff – Itaewon Class
Park Saeroyi (Park Seo Joon) a person that was not even a middle school grad set his mind to open his restaurant. He spent years saving up and created Danbam. To help the business flourish, he expanded the team and Jo Yi Seo (Kim Da Mi), Choi Seung Kwon (Ryu Kyung Soo), Ma Hyun Yi (Lee Joo Young), Jang Geun Soo (Kim Dong Hee), and Toni (Chris Lyon).
High school friends – More Than Friends
Not working towards the same goal for their career but the group of high school friends formed their strong friendship and strongest pillar if anyone needs. Kyung Woo Yeon (Shin Ye Eun), Han Jin Joo (Baek Soo Min), Jin Sang Hyuk (Pyo Ji Hoon) , Kim Young Hee (Ahn Eun Jin) and Shin Hyun Jae (Choi Chan Ho). Finally, the one that always not there but still there, Lee Soo (Ong Seong Wu).
The fifth company – Crash Landing on You
Fifth company members are always by Se Ri’s side when Jung Hyuk isn’t around. Members Pyo Chi Su (Yang Kyung Won), Kim Ju Muk (Yoo Soo Bin), Park Kwang Bum (Lee Shin Young), and Geum Eun Dong (Tang Jun Sang) are so adorable and loyal beings that you wish you knew them.
Family – It’s Okay Not to Be Okay
Moon Kang Tae (Kim Soo Hyun) and his elder brother Moon Sang Tae (Oh Jung Se) who has autism spectrum disorder (ASD) move from city to city. They cross path with the Go Moon Young (Seo Ye Ji), the fairy tale writer that Sang Tae loves. Their rocky road is tough but helps them to push each other to their best potential.
Being part of any of the teams above is just a blessing. They will make your problem theirs, so you will never have to go through it alone. Friends or peers that brings the best out of you and sincerely wish you are successful. You can binge watch the dramas above if you still have no idea what it means.