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K-Dramas that all the book lovers need to watch

Do you like books as much as you love Korean Dramas? We have the best recommendation to satisfy both hobbies.

Books and film projects have a thing in common, both can take us to different worlds and let us experience various experiences.  If you like to read or write, today's list is for you.

In these K-Dramas will find plots of writers or sometimes stories where the books are an important factor in the life of the characters.

Take note, you will love all of them.

K-Dramas with books as protagonists

1. I'll Go To You When The Weather Is Nice (2020)

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Let's meet the story of Im Eun Seon (Seo Kang Joon). He is a young man who lives in the countryside. He owns a library called "Goodnight Bookstore". His life will change when his childhood friend Mok Hae Won, (Park Min Young), is back in the village.

Every week the readers club of the village spends a night talking about a book. Here we can enjoy beautiful book phrases that fit into the story. It is based on a novel. Such a great option!

2. It's Okay, That's Love (2014)

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In this K-Drama Jo In Sung is playing the male lead Jang Jae Yeol. He is a successful writer of mystery novels. He has big mental health issues that include an obsessive compulsive disorder.

He meets the psychiatry Ji Hae Soo (Gong Hyo Jin). They both will help each other to overcome their struggles. We have to add that this story was written really well. You will be surprised by every single episode.

3. Chicago Typewriter (2017)

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This show follows the story of the bestselling writer Han Se Joon (Yoo Ah In). He bought an old typewriter and now he is having memories from his past life. His ancient version asks him to finish an inconclude novel from 1930.

Again we can enjoy of a well written K-Drama. At the same time we'll see a little bit of the history of Korea during the Japanese occupation.

4. Romance Is a Bonus Book (2019)

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Lee Jong Suk took the lead role of this K-Drama, Cha Eun Ho. The protagonist is a famous writer and an editor. His friend Kang Dani is having a hard time because of her divorce. He will try to help her giving her a job in his editorial.

We'll see a lot of the world behind the book sales. If you're interested in the editor world check out this drama.

5. It's Okay to Not Be Okay (2020)

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The New York Times named this K-Dramas as one of the Best International Shows. It explores the life of three different characters who are suffering because of traumas.

Ko Moon Young is a famous children's books writer. Despites that she created stories for kids, her books are dark and deep. These books reflect her personality. It’s a beautiful show.

What book would you like to see in a K-Drama version?

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