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7 Best Korean Romantic Comedy Dramas of 2023 on Netflix

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In 2023, a variety of Korean dramas were released on Netflix, catering to a wide range of genres and audience preferences. From thought-provoking dramas addressing social issues to enchanting fantasy romances, Netflix offers something for everyone. We have curated a collection of the best Korean romantic comedy dramas of 2023 on Netflix for you to binge-watch at the beginning of 2024. The Korean romantic comedy dramas listed below, presented in no specific order, promise entertaining and amusing experiences.

Watch These Best Korean Romantic Comedy Dramas of 2023 on Netflix

2023 Best Korean Rom-Com Dramas to Watch on Netflix
2023 Best Korean rom-com dramas to watch on Netflix | Netflix

Netflix Rom-Com Dramas List

“Crash Course in Romance” – (“일타 스캔들”)

  • Release Date: January 14, 2023
  • Episodes: 16 Episodes
  • Lead Cast: Jeon Do Yeon and Jeong Kyung Ho

Nam Haeng Sun takes over her late mother’s side dish store after retiring as a national athlete. She meets Choi Chi Yeol, a well-known private instructor dubbed the “1 Billion Won Man.” Despite their contrasting personalities, their dedication to their work and loved ones brings them closer and sparks a romance. But they soon face challenges in their personal and professional lives, putting their relationship to the test. They must acknowledge their weaknesses and rely on each other’s strengths to overcome these obstacles. Can their love conquer the challenges they face?

“Doctor Cha” – (“닥터 차정숙”)

  • Release Date: April 15, 2023
  • Episodes: 16 Episodes
  • Lead Cast: Uhm Jung Hwa, Kim Byung Chul, Min Woo Hyuk, and Myung Se Bin

Cha Jung Sook, a dedicated housewife for twenty years, has bravely decided to restart her medical career. Despite her husband’s demanding nature as a chief surgeon, she is determined to challenge her circumstances and pursue her dreams. Having given up her own aspirations to support her family, Cha Jung Sook embarks on a journey to undergo a medical residency once again, proving that it’s never too late to chase one’s passions.

“King the Land” – (“킹더랜드”)

  • Release Date: June 17, 2023
  • Episodes: 16 Episodes
  • Lead Cast: Lee Jun Ho and Im YoonA

Goo Won, who hates fake smiles, is enchanted by Cheon Sa Rang’s genuine smile. Despite his brilliance and charm, he struggles in relationships. Meanwhile, an explosive inheritance battle unfolds for ownership of the King of the Land business lounge, owned by The King Group. Thrilled to work at the King Hotel, Cheon Sa Rang confronts workplace prejudices and must mature swiftly to overcome challenges. Both are determined to create joyful moments and bring brightness to each other’s lives.

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“Behind Your Touch” – (“힙하게”)

  • Release Date: August 12, 2023
  • Episodes: 16 Episodes
  • Cast: Han Ji Min, Lee Min Ki, and EXO Suho

In a peaceful rural village, Bong Ye Bun, a veterinarian with psychometry powers, teams up with Moon Jang Yeol, a demoted detective, to solve small cases. However, their partnership takes an unexpected turn when a series of murders hits the village, all while a mysterious newcomer named Kim Seon Woo adds to the intrigue.

“Destined With You” – (“힙하게”)

  • Release Date: August 23, 2023
  • Episodes: 16 Episodes
  • Cast: Jo Bo Ah, Rowoon, Myung Se Bin, Ha Joon, and Yura

Korean drama “Destined With You” follows the love story of Lee Hong Jo and Jang Shin Yu. Lee Hong Jo is a dedicated civil servant. She comes across an ancient chest and a key that can break a centuries-old curse. Jang Shin Yu, a charismatic lawyer, is plagued by a mysterious illness and is desperate to rid his family of the curse. Their paths intertwine, sparking an unexpected romance as they navigate the complexities of love and liberation.

“My Demon” – (“마이데몬”)

  • Release Date: November 24, 2023
  • Episodes: 16 Episodes
  • Lead Cast: Kim Yoo Jung, Song Kang, and Lee Sang Yi

Do Do Hee, the cynical and independent successor of the Mirae Group, finds herself in a contractual marriage with Jung Gu Won, a powerful and shrewd negotiator known as the “demon of deals.” However, their unexpected connection changes everything when Jung Gu Won loses his abilities after becoming entangled with Do Do Hee. To survive, he must now safeguard the one who holds his power. As their destinies become intertwined, an extraordinary love story unfolds, filled with twists and turns.

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“Welcome to Samdal-ri” – (“웰컴투 삼달리”)

  • Release Date: December 2, 2023
  • Episodes: 16 Episodes
  • Lead Cast: Ji Chang Wook and Shin Hye Sun

Inspired by the loss of his haenyeo mother due to a mistaken weather report, Jo Yong Pil becomes a weather forecaster to protect his hometown’s elders. His refusal to accept misinformation earns him a reputation as a troublemaker at work. On the other hand, Cho Sam Dal strives to leave Samdalri and make a name for herself in fashion photography. After achieving success in Seoul but losing it instantly, she returns as Samdal-ri. Even though an incident drove them apart, Cho Sam Dal’s return reignites the affection between her and Jo Yong Pil. Their friendship finds a way to rekindle amidst their challenges.

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