An avid reader of my blog had suggested this list. Haven’t thought of it prior but why not! Those who love noona romance, check this out…
Forecasting Love and Weather – rated (on going)
Jin Ha Kyung works in Korea Meteorological Administration. Her job among with others in the field is to predict the daily weather. Her heart gets broken when her fiance, also a colleague, cheated on her 2 months before the wedding. Instead of avoiding him, she stays at her work and becomes the director of her team. She then meets Lee Shi Woo, a very competent weather person, who joins her team. These 2 end up sleeping together after a couple of drinks.
Ha Young Eun is a hard-working team lead of a leading fashion company. She’s responsible for a lot of stuff including guiding his boss’ daughter to properly do her job. She meets again professional, fashion photographer, Yoon Jae Kook, who she had a one-night-stand in Paris.
When the Camellia Blooms – rated 8 stars
Dong Baek starts a new life with her son in a small town, opening a bar called Camellia. She is being criticized and bullied by her neighbours for the kind of livelihood she is having but that doesn’t stop a few people to admire and respect her. One of them is Hwang Yong Shik, a constable. His persistent character makes Dong Baek consider falling in love again.
Our girl Hae Ryung tries to become a historian avoiding her fate to get married to a noble man. She comes across Prince Lee Rim who is writing romantic novels anonymously. After she passed the exam as a historian, she starts as an apprentice in the palace. She finds out that the romantic novel author is actually a prince.
A young, handsome chief editor of a big publishing company has some unfinished business with his first love. Now that she’s divorced, broke, starting from the bottom and even living in his house for the time being, will our chief editor has a chance or will he forever be her little brother?
Lee Hyun Soo is an aspiring drama script writer who falls in love with a younger aspiring chef Ohn Jung Sun. They like each other but both want to pursue their careers. Hyun Soo goes on to become a popular writer and Jung Sun finally starts his own restaurant. Five years later, they meet again and fall in love once more and go through a very challenging relationship. Will they overcome it all?
Sweet Stranger and Me – rated 6.5 stars
Hong Na Ri, a beautiful flight stewardess goes home to her deceased mother’s house only to find out that it’s now owned by a guy Go Nan Gil, who lives there and runs the family dumpling business. She finds out that her mother married Go Nan Gil and he’s not just running the family business but also is the legal owner of the family’s house and land.
Baek Seung Chan is a rookie producer in KBS. He’s learning his way how to be a successful producer but assigned in a team which is doing a long time show but not just raking the desired ratings anymore. He made friends with his seniors and became the interest of a famous pop star Cindy.
Park Soo Ha, a high school student is looking for the woman once helped him put the man who killed his father into jail. He then realized she became a lawyer and went to meet her. With his ability to read people’s mind, he’s trying to protect her from now newly released killer of his dad.
A girl who’s been living in her own world, away from the crowd and the noise of the city is surrounded by these handsome, young men who later helped her see the outside world again.
A Gentleman’s Dignity – rated 7.5 stars
A story of 4 good friends in their 40’s struggling with their relationships with women and trying to keep their friendship and dignity as they age.
A young guy came back to Korea according to his late mom’s wish. He met a young and charming lady teacher in his school but she was already engaged to marry a young doctor.
A heartbroken baker (the girl) found a job and a new love but things didn’t go well when the ex of the guy came back.
A story of a newbie teacher who wants to start teaching at her former school but has to endure her first year being assigned to supervise a spoiled brat who’s a new student of the same school.