2020 K-Dramas With Fascinating Mature Stories

Korean dramas have a lot of genres to offer but when you wish to feel that moment in life where maturity blossoms and life hits you, watch these stories to keep you fascinated.

These are K-dramas that go beyonds the romance side of things, that every viewer may think about life, human connections, and to move forward with a better version of yourself. Though with heavy emotional investment while watching each series, still, there are funny sides of the stories that keep you entertained.

“Hi, Bye Mama” 2020

Starring Kim Tae Hee, Lee Kyu Hyung, and Go Bo Gyeol

Cha Yu Ri (Kim Tae Hee) is a wanderer ghost who follows her child on earth and wishes to be human again to shower her motherly love on her growing child. She reincarnated with a timeline to spend time with her family and friends.

The story has its comedic moments with the lead characters and the other ghost that lives with her. But the heartwarming part is when Cha Yu Ri needs to let go of her human body once again and gives peace to her family and friends. The drama will make you embrace more of your parents or either your children and never take love for granted.

“The World of the Married”

Starring Kim Hee Ae, Park Hae Joon, and Han So Hee

Ji Sun Woo (Kim Hee Ae) thought that her life was in the perfect state, not until she discovered that her husband was having an affair and all her friends knew about it. Her goal was to keep her only son secure and continue to live life as a divorcee. But things got complicated as greed, love, and revenge tails towards her and her former husband.

One of the top-rated dramas in the history for its storyline, characters, and fast paced plot. It will give you thoughts about marrying the right person and knowing well your friends.

“My Unfamiliar Family”

Starring Han Ye Ri, Kim Ji Suk, Choo Ja Hyun, and more

Kim Eun Hee (Han Ye Ri) thought that she knew well about her family not until their secrets started to unfold and keeping the family together became a struggle.

It talks about parents and children in question of what is the proper way of dealing with your family. Friends become a family and keeping your family’s secret is hard to deal with.

“Oh, My Baby”

Starring Jang Na Ra, Go Joon, Park Byung Eun, and more

Jang Ha Ri (Jang Na Ra) is about to hit her 40’s when she realizes she wants to be a bride and a mother. Her struggle to keep her career and personal goals on the right path is a challenge. She feels that life is not complete and finding the right man is never easy.

Career-driven women at times find it hard to find the right love at the right time. It is more frustrating when society and family provides pressure on how life will be when old age comes. The drama makes you think hard about the importance of relationships and balancing it with your dreams in life.

“It’s Okay To Not Be Okay”

Starring Kim So Hyun, Seo Ye Ji, Oh Jung Se, and more

Moon Gang Tae (Kim Soo Hyun) takes care of his elder brother suffering from autism. His past hinders him to aspire for his own happiness, until he meets the woman who teaches him to let go of fear and they learn to heal each other’s wounds of the past.

Everyone has a story to tell, get to know the person before you close the door to your heart. The story makes us think of our childhood years and how we are brought into this world and our choices of what we want to be.

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