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Korean dramas are known to be able to present storylines with various interesting themes. One of them is a drama with a sad theme or has a sad storyline that is able to make the audience cry sobbing.
Although it has a sad story, it is not uncommon for these dramas to be recognized by the audience as the best dramas that are unfortunately missed. Some of the saddest dramas that Loper Online manages to make are worth recommending dramas that you can watch at home.
Airing in 2016, the drama Uncontrollably Fond has a storyline that can cut through the hearts of the audience. The drama follows the love journey of Shin Joon Young played by Kim Woo Bin with No Eul played by Suzy.
Joon Young and No Eul once liked each other in high school, unfortunately their out-of-control circumstances led the two to move on with their respective lives. The two were reunited as a top actor and documentary producer.
It’s not just their love stories that are so weird. No Eul must be confronted with the fact that Shin Joon Young has cancer and doesn’t have much time anymore.
Oh My Geum Bi
Aired that same year, Oh My Geum Bi was also a very tear-draining Korean drama even since the first episode. The drama follows geum bi (Heo Jung Eun) an 8-year-old girl who searches for the whereabouts of her biological father, Mo Hwi Chul (Oh Ji Ho).
Geum Bi begins to live with his father, who turns out to be a con man. His father, who initially rejected Geum Bi, slowly began to love him, especially when he learned that Geum Bi was suffering from Niemann-Pick Disease Type C (NPC) disease that affects memory to cause dementia.
The chemistry between father and son has moved the audience. In fact, both also won the Best Couple Award in KBS Drama Award 2016.
The Most Beautiful Goodbye In The World
The Most Beautiful Goodbye In The World is a drama re-based from the 1996 drama of the same name. Although it only has 4 episodes, the sad story presented in this drama is able to make the audience feel.
The play tells the story of a woman who devotes herself to her family. One day, she was diagnosed with ovarian cancer. The disease has spread to almost all of his organs, making In Hee (Won Mi Kyung) inoperable.
Jung Cheol (Yoo Dong Geun) is devastated. In order to make his wife’s departure, he and his two children, Yeon so (Choi Ji Woo) and Jung so (Choi Min Ho) prepare a best farewell for his wife.
The Light In Your Eyes
The drama, played by Han Ji Min and Nam Joo Hyuk, tells the story of Kim Hye Ja (Han Ji Min) who dreams of becoming a broadcaster. He has an honest, passionate and optimistic personality. However, suddenly he transformed into a 70-year-old woman.
Kim Hye Ja is 70 years old played by (Kim Hye Ja). Not only does it change physically, it also gets a special ability that can manipulate time. He then meets Lee Joon Ha (Nam Joo Hyuk) who wants to be a reporter.
The Hymn of Death
The drama, based on this true story, tells the story of the forbidden love between Kim Woo Jin and Yu Shim Deok during the Japanese occupation. Kim Woo Jin (Lee Jong Suk) was a stage playwright at the time.
He was married, but fell in love with a soprano named Yu Shim Deok. Shim Deok was recorded as the first soprano in Korea. He sang “Praise of Death”, the first pop song in Korea in 1926.
The drama, which has only 6 episodes, concludes with a tragic love story between Kim Woo Jin and Yu Shim Deok.
Hy Bye Mama!
The drama, which only aired earlier this year, tells the story of a mother who has an accident and chooses to save her baby. He is now a spirit who follows his son Seo Woo (Seo Woo Jin) since childhood. Yes that’s the Korean drama Hy Bye Mama
Unexpectedly, the child was able to see himself. Feeling bad things are going to happen to the child, Cha Yu Ri (Kim Tae Hee) begs the god to give him a chance to protect his daughter.
Cha Yu Ri was alive again on condition for only 49 days. In this mission she must disguise as the child’s nanny and be reunited with her husband, Jo Gang Hwa (Lee Kyu Hyung) and Seo Woo’s stepmother, Oh Min Jung (Go Bo Gyeol).
Well that’s the saddest Korean drama recommendation that could be your spectacle at home. Don’t forget to prepare the tissues!