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    Feel-good Kdrama Boss-Employee Relationships you wish you have in your workplace

    Wondering which Kdrama to watch over the weekend? Here are some chill Korean dramas that will surely make you wish that you have an office affair with your boss. (Most especially that they are as handsome looking as the ones in our list!)

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    1. The Secret Life of my secretary - 초면에 사랑합니다

    The secret life of my secretary is not the usual Boss-Employee Relationship since it focuses on Do Min Ik (Kim Young Kwang), the perfectionist and stone-hearted department head of T&T Mobile Media and his secretary Gal Hui (Jin Ki Joo) who spends most of her time as her boss' minion. Through a certain circumstance, Do Min Ik needs the help of her secretary so he ensured that everything will still be under their control until he wins the presidency of the company. Every episode of the show is a roller coaster ride so make sure to start watching!

    Best Parts:

    Going extra, Gal Hui has a few moments wherein she transforms herself into somebody else that you will eventually find yourself loving both her looks and her personality. Also, don't forget to appreciate how Do Min Ik looks at her secretary and how he gives off that extremely sweet smile that would surely melt your heart.

    Released Date: May 6, 2019
    Number of Episodes: 32
    Written By: Kim Ah Joong


    2. Her Private Life 그녀의 사생활

    Her Private Life is a feel-good Korean drama with the character of Sung Deok Mi played by (Park Min Young) who is a professional art museum curator by day and a total fangirl at night. She met her newest boss Ryan Gold played by (Kim Jae Wook), a famous artist who turned as the newest director of the Chaeum Art Gallery. As Deok Mi tries to hide her identity as a fangirl, Ryan also finds himself stepping into the world of fangirls to get to know more about the girl he likes and later on finds clues about his pasts.

    Best parts: 

    Their office romance scenarios are some of the best scenes that you shouldn't miss. We are sure that you'll feel the same cringe feeling that their officemates felt while they watch the couple fight over silly things and kiss and make-up right after.



    Released Date: April 10, 2019 
    Number of Episodes: 16
    Based on: Noona Fan Dot Com; by Kim Sung-yeon


    3. What's wrong with Secretary Kim? 김비서가 왜 그럴까?

    What will happen if a rich, famous, 'perfect,' and the narcissistic guy becomes your boss? Will you be able to become the perfect secretary to take-over and arrange all his needs or will you just take a few steps back and simply submit your resignation letter? What's wrong with Secretary Kim is about the story of Lee Young Joon (Park Seo Joon) who runs the company as the vice president of their family business Yoomyung Group. Her secretary Park Min Young, who worked for her throughout the years suddenly decided to quit her job but Lee Young Joon tried all his best to stop her from leaving.


    Best Parts:

    Whenever Lee Young Joon shows his narcissistic side giving out random bribing deals to her secretary, we can't help but laugh at how he reacts with all the rejections. Adding the fact that he doesn't really know how to react to rejections. You'll also enjoy the cute office situations between their colleagues and other love teams formed in their office. Oh! And let's not forget how the two-faced all their issues in life and the ups and downs of their relationship towards the ending.


    Released Date: June 6, 2018
    Number of Episodes: 16
    Based on: Why Secretary Kim; by Jung Kyung-yoon


    5. My Secret Romance 애타는 로맨스

    A one-night stand that changed everything on both the lives of Cha Jin Wook (Sung Hoon) and Lee Yo Mi (Song Jieun). The two accidentally had a one-night-only affair and never thought that they'll be meeting each other once again as Yo Mi applied as the nutritionist of the chaebol and company director Jin Wook. As the story unfolds, you'll be surprised to see how hatred turned into romantic scenes that you'll see yourself watching the next episodes non-stop.

    Best Parts:

    Expect scenes that you'll feel the coldness of the lead roles but they'll suddenly turn it into some of your favorite office romance scenes! You won't be able to see a lot of aegyos but the mature roles of both the male and female lead characters were too serious and engaging enough that you won't really determine what will be their reactions for some circumstances.

    Released Date: April 17, 2017
    Number of Episodes: 16


    5. Strong Woman, Do Bong Soon 힘쎈여자 도봉순

    On to the last on our list is the girl who can fight for you and even carry you anywhere with her strong hands and unbeatable strength. Strong Woman, Do Bong Soon is one of the best Kdramas to watch if you want a mix of funny, witty, romantic, comedy and action in one show. Do Bong Soon (Park Bo-young) works in an animation company handled by Ahn Min Hyuk (Park Hyung Sik) but her job is not the usual secretarial position. Because of Do Bong Soon's strength, she has been hired as a bodyguard of Min Hyuk. 

    Best parts:

    This heart-pounding action romantic and comedy-drama will never fail to make you smile and laugh every time Do Bong Soon and Ahm Min Hyuk do their cute aegyos and skinship. Plus, don't forget the funny scenes wherein Do Bong Soon shows off her strength to her colleagues to intentionally tease them. Also, you'll see how passionate the two are in terms of their work ethics but still managed to hide their relationship from their colleagues.

    Released Date: February 24, 2017
    Number of Episodes: 16

    Here are some of our top picks for the boss-employee relationship kdrama plots that we know you'd gonna fall in love with! What's your favorite feel-good dramas? What are your thoughts on this list? Share it with us in the comment section!

    2 comments:

    1. These love stories might be cute and romantic, but in reality it would be a tough game. Am curious about your list here :)

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    2. The first two sounds nice and is actually making me consider going back to kdramas. I didn't like strong woman do bong soon. It didn't make sense. Hahaha. But who doesn't love a good office romance? Even I want one of my ownnnnnn huhu

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