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List of Romantic Comedy Korean Dramas

By Fantastic | Last Updated: June 22, 2017
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This is an incomplete list of Romantic Comedy Korean dramas or K-Dramas.

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Although genres are not always precisely definable, genre considerations are one of the most important factors in determining what a person will see or read. The classification properties of genre can attract or repel potential users depending on the individual’s understanding of a genre.

List of Romantic Comedy korean dramas:

Suspicious Partner40Legal, Romance, ComedyMay 10, 2017SBS
The Liar and His Lover16Music, Romance, ComedyMarch 20, 2017tvN
Hit the Top32Slice-of-life, Comedy, Youth, RomanceJune 2, 2017KBS2
Strong Woman Do Bong-soon16+1Fantasy, Action, Romance, ComedyFebruary 24, 2017JTBC
Radiant Office16Office, Romance, ComedyMarch 15, 2017MBC
My Secret Romance13Romance, ComedyApril 17, 2017OCN
My Sassy Girl32Historical, Romantic-comedyMay 29, 2017SBS
Introverted Boss16Romance, ComedyJanuary 16, 2017tvN
Please Come Back Mister16Melodrama, Comedy, Family, RomanceFebruary 24, 2016SBS
Ms. Temper and Nam Jung Gi16Romance, Comedy, OfficeMarch 18, 2016jTBC
Legend of the Blue Sea20Fantasy, Romance, Comedy, MelodramaNovember 16, 2016SBS
Hey Ghost, Let’s Fight16Horror, Comedy, Mystery, Romance, Action July 11, 2016tvN
Beautiful Gong Shim20Romance, ComedyMay 14, 2016SBS

About Romantic Comedy

Romance is emotion-driven stories that are primarily focused on the relationship between the main characters of the story. Beyond the focus on the relationship, the biggest defining characteristic of the romance genre is that a happy ending mostly “always guaranteed”. The happy ending does not require the characters to be married and living “happily ever after”, simply that the audience feels that there is hope for the future of the romantic relationship.

Comedy is a story that tells about a series of funny or comical events, intended to make the audience laugh. It is a very open genre, and thus crosses over with many other genres on a frequent basis.

Genre creates an expectation in that expectation is met or not. Many genres have built-in audiences and corresponding publications that support them, such as magazines, websites, and others. Inversely, audiences may call out for change in an antecedent genre and create an entirely new genre.

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