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31 Best Fantasy Korean Drama Series to Watch

31 Best Fantasy Korean Drama Series to Watch: All You Need to Know!
31 Best Fantasy Korean Drama Series to Watch: All You Need to Know!

Fantasy Korean drama series is just love for every K-drama enthusiastic out there. When it comes to movie or series genres, then fantasy wins the race. It is not only for the fact it is fantasizing to watch but also for the truth that the genre has lost of surprises inside its bag.

From time travel to supernatural dimensions, there’s a lot to watch and a lot to look forward to. The great thing about it is that you never know what it is on the list as it can be LITERALLY ANYTHING. And that’s what makes it a perfect reality escape for all those out there who are fed up with their daily reality.

Best Fantasy Korean Drama Series to Watch

K-dramas have adopted the genre of fantasy in an amazing way. They have portrayed it as a solo genre and also as a mixed one and provided us with many fascinating stories. When you take a peek inside the fantasy genre of Korean drama series, then there is no way you are coming out of its addiction. The drama series are not just loved in Korea but also are globally recognized for their fantastic plots and talented cast.

Therefore, let’s have a look inside and help you find the best ones to add up to your watchlist.

Tomorrow with You:

If you are in love with the concept of past and present or time traveling, then this is your hit. This tvN fantasy Korean drama series tells us the story of a CEO, Yoo So-joon who can travel through time via the subway. This special ability of his also becomes his greatest curse as he foresees his death in the future. In greed to change the plans of his fate, he marries an amateur photographer, Song ma-rin. Will he be able to change his destiny? Do watch to find out.

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Tomorrow With You

  • Starring: Lee Je Hoon as Yoo So-joon and Shin Min Ah as Song ma-rin.
  • Director: Yoo Je-won.
  • Watch on: Netflix and Viu.
  • Premiere Period: February 3 to March 25, 2017.
  • Number of Episodes: 16 with a running time of 60 minutes each.

Legend of the Blue Sea:

We have been intrigued with the stories of mermaids since our childhood, and who doesn’t love them? Legend of the Blue Sea takes us back to our mermaid obsession and is one of the most popular fantasy Korean drama series. The SBS Tv series tells us the story or rather a fairytale between a gorgeous mermaid and a swift-talking conman who are destined to be together. The story portrays genres like rebirth, date, unrequited love, and parallel lives.

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Legend of the Blue Sea

  • Starring: Lee Min Ho as Heo Joon-jae and Jun Ji-hyun as Shim Cheong.
  • Director: Jin Hyuk and Park Seon-Ho.
  • Watch on: Netflix and Viu.
  • Premiere Period: November 16, 2016, to January 25, 2017.
  • Number of Episodes: 20 + 1 special episode each with 60 minutes running period.

Also Read: Secret Garden Kdrama Review: Cast, Plot, & OST.

My Love from the Star:

Are you intrigued with some multiple dimension fantasy? This is your hit then. One of the popular Korean drama series in the fantasy genre, the show was a massive success in the entertainment world. It didn’t only give a new turn to the fantasy series but also enlightened new standards of beauty and fashion trends globally. The show tells us a story about a famous actress and an alien who crashed on earth during the Joseon era 400 years ago. His supernatural abilities are really intriguing, and you definitely need a taste of them.

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My Love from the Star

  • Starring: Jun Ji Hyun as Cheon Song-yi and Kim Soo Hyun as Do Min-joon.
  • Director: Jang Tae-hoo.
  • Watch on: Netflix and Viu.
  • Premiere Period: December 18, 2013, to February 27, 2014.
  • Number of Episodes: 21 + 1 special episode with a running period of 60 minutes each.

Goblin:

If you have ever been inside the world of Korean dramas, then you should have definitely come across this show. Goblin should be on your watchlist. The story of the show is quite simple but has its own layers. In simple words, the show tells us about a mystical goblin who is looking for a human bride who will serve as a medium of escape from his immortal life. It has been written by one of the most fantastic fantasy writers. Yes, you guessed it right. It is not other than the great Kim Eun Sook. The drama features a stunning grip reaper, a beautiful lady who can see spirits, and an owner of a chicken restaurant who was a queen in her past life.

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Goblin

  • Starring: Gong Yoo as Kim Shin (Goblin) and Kim Go-eun as Ji Eun-tak.
  • Director: Lee Eung-bok, Kwon Hyun-chan, and Yoon Jong-ho.
  • Watch on: Netflix and Viu.
  • Premiere Period: December 2, 2016, to January 21, 2017.
  • Number of Episodes: 16 + 3 special episodes with a running time of 60-90 minutes each.

W: Two Worlds Apart:

When it comes to fantasy, then the idea of an alternate universe is not something different. And, Korean fantasy dramas have adapted the genre quite significantly. The MBC Tv drama tells you an amazing romance tale between a surgeon from the real world and the main character of a webtoon from an alternate world. Well, it is one of the most demanded tropes and the most enjoyable too.

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W: Two Worlds Apart

  • Starring: Han Hyo Joo as Oh Yeon-Joo and Lee Jong Suk as Kang Chul.
  • Director: Jung Dae-yoon.
  • Watch on: Viu and Netflix.
  • Premiere Period: July 20 to September 14, 2016.
  • Number of Episodes: 16 with 70 with a running time of 70 minutes each.

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Hotel del Luna:

The order of living and dead is one of the best genres in the fantasy world. An alternative universe featuring the world of living and dead sounds real fascinating, and the show portrays the same. Hotel del Luna takes you to a cold and shott-tempered owner of a hotel that engages with ghosts rather than humans. The main character gets tangled inside and is left with no choice other than to manage the alienated place that houses the spirits who are on the way to their afterlife.

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Hotel del Luna

  • Starring: Yeo Jin Goo as Chan Sung and IU as Jang Man-wol.
  • Director: Oh Choong-hwan.
  • Premiere Period: July 13 to September 1, 2019.
  • Watch on: Netflix and Viu.
  • Number of Episodes: 16 with a running time of 70 to 93 minutes each.

Rooftop Prince:

As the phrase says, old is gold, and so is this. The fantasy Korean drama series portrays the genre of reincarnation and the afterlife. In the story, Lee Gak, the crown prince travels 300 years ahead in the future and reaches 21st century Seoul where he encounters many secrets. He sees familiar faces from the Joseon era who are now all settled in their present new life. The most intriguing part is that Lee meets his wife there, too whose death was still a mystery for him.

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Rooftop Prince

  • Starring: Park Yoo Chun as Lee Gak and Han Ji Min as Park-ha.
  • Director: Shin Yoon-sub.
  • Premiere Period: 21 March to 21 May 2014.
  • Watch on: Netflix and Viu.
  • Number of Episodes: 20 with a running time of 70 minutes each.

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A Korean Odyssey:

Also titled “Hwayugi”, the show features a new romance genre that tells you the tale of a deity and a human being who fall in love. But the path they are walking on is filled with odds and obstacles. The fantasy Korean drama series is a spinoff of “Journey to the West”, a Chinese classic novel. The main character of the show is blessed yet cursed with the ability to see ghosts. She meets the deity she saved 25 years ago with a promise from his side to protect her from all the odds whenever she calls his name.

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A Korean Odyssey

  • Starring: Oh Yeon Seo as Seon-mi and Lee Seung Gi as Oh-gong.
  • Director: Park Hong-kyun, Kim Jung-hyun, and Kim Byung-soo.
  • Premiere Period: December 23, 2016 to March 4 2017.
  • Watch on: Netflix and Viu.
  • Number of Episodes: 20 with a running period of 70 minutes each.

Go Back Couple:

Go Back Couples is a fantasy Korean drama series with a mixture of reality. The plot of the story focuses on real relationships with an aspect of time travelling. The story tells us the story of a married couple who are journeying through time to stay in love. They regret their rash decision to marry at such a young age, and one day they wake up and find out that they are again 20-year-old, the time right before they meet for the first time.

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Go Back Couple

  • Starring: Son Ho Jun as Choi Ban-do and Jang Na Ra as ma Jin-joo.
  • Director: Ha Byung-hoo.
  • Premiere Period: October 13 to November 18, 2017.
  • Watch on: Netflix and Viu.
  • Number of Episodes: 12 with a running period of 70 minutes each.

Signal:

Signal is one of the highest rated Korean dramas in cable television history. If you are in love with the genres of time travelling and intelligent detectives, then this is your hit. The fantasy drama portrays a story set in 1989 where a detective is able to communicate with a cold case profiler from the year 2015 through a strange walker-talkie. They team up together to solve cases and prevent crimes from taking place.

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Signal

  • Starring: Lee Je Hoon as Park Hae-young, Kim Hye-soo as Cha Soo-hyun, and Cho Jin-woong as Lee Jae-han.
  • Director: Kim Won-seok.
  • Premiere Period: January 22 to March 12, 2016.
  • Watch on: Netflix and Viu.
  • Number of Episodes: 16 with a running period of 80 minutes each.

ALSO READ: 31 Best Adventures Korean Drama To Watch

While You Were Sleeping:

Again, a drama with the future trope, and we know that you live for them. While You Were Sleeping is a legal drama-fantasy television series portraying the genre of romance, fantasy, thriller, and comedy. The story of the show tells us the tale of three young adults – a field reporter, a prosecutor, and a police officer who have been blessed with an ability to foresee the future after they saved each other many years ago. The SBS TV drama was nominated for several categories, and various award shows and also won many of them.

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While You Were Sleeping

  • Starring: Bae Suzy as Nam Hong-joo, Lee Jong-suk as Jung Jae-chan, Jung Hae-in as Han Woo-tak, and Lee Sang-yeob as Lee Yoo-beom.
  • Director: Oh Choong-hwan.
  • Premiere Period: September 27 to November 16, 2017.
  • Watch on: Netflix, Viki, KOCOWA, and Viu.
  • Number of Episodes: 16 with a running time of 60 minutes each.

Master’s Sun:

Master’s Sun is a horror-romantic comedy portraying the genres of fantasy and mystery. The drama is also known with other names like “The Master’s Sun”, “The Sun of My Master”, “The Sun of the Lord”, and “Mr. Joo’s Miss Tae”. The story tells you the tale of a CEO and a lady who have started to see ghosts after her accident. Soon, it is discovered that whenever they are together, the ghost that surrounds her vanishes. Therefore, they decide to help each other and agree on an agreement that she will help him recover a treasure that was snatched away from him during a kidnapping attempt.

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Master’s Sun

  • Starring: Gong Hyo-jin as Tae Gong-shii and So Ji-sub as Joo Joong-won.
  • Director: Jin Hyuk.
  • Premiere Period: August 7 to October 3, 2003.
  • Watch on: Netflix.
  • Number of Episodes: 17 with each running time of 60 minutes.

Extraordinary You:

Based on a webtoon “July Found by Chance”, the series portrays the genres of fantasy, comedy, and romance. The webtoon was published in January 2018 on Daum Webtoon. The series revolves around the main character, who is a high school girl Eun Dan-oh. She lives in an alternate reality of comics, and the realization hits in that she and others are just mere characters of a comic titled “Secret”. She considers herself an extra character with a lame setup given by the writer. Fed up with things she takes matters into her own hands, and that is when things took a sharp turn. You need to watch the series to find out the rest.

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Extraordinary You

  • Starring: Kim Hye-yoon as Eun Dan-oh and Rowoon as Number 13.
  • Director: Kim Sang-hyeop.
  • Premiere Period: October 2 to November 21, 2019.
  • Watch on: Netflix.
  • Number of Episodes: 32 with a running time of 35 minutes each.

Angel’s Last Mission: Love:

Portraying the genres of fantasy and romance, the Korean drama tells us a story about a trouble maker ballerina with a tragic past and a carefree angel who keeps getting into trouble. They both are living different life until the angel gets an impossible task to complete in order to return back to heaven. He has to find true love for the ballerina, who likes to degrades everyone around her after an accident that leaves her blind. In this impossible process, things take different turns, and the angel ends up falling for her himself.

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Angel’s Last Mission: Love

  • Starring: Shin Hye-sun as Lee Yeon-seo and Kim Myung-soo as Dan.
  • Director: Lee Jung-sub.
  • Premiere Period: May 22 to July 11, 2019.
  • Watch on: Netflix.
  • Number of Episodes: 32 with a running time of 35 minutes each.

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I Can Hear Your Voice:

A legal fantasy Korean drama series portraying the genre of fantasy, romance, and comedy. The SBS drama tells us a story about Hang Hye-sung, who have had a difficult past and now is a public defender but with a self-preserving quality. She crosses paths with a high school senior who gained this strange ability after his father’s murder to read other people’s thoughts just by looking into their eyes. Things take up different turns, and both of their lives changes a lot. They work together and takes up things to a different level.

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I Can Hear Your Voice

  • Starring: Lee Bo-young as Jang Hye-sung and Park Soo-ah as Lee Jong-suk.
  • Director: Jo Soo-won.
  • Premiere Period: June 5 to August 1, 2013.
  • Watch on: Netflix.
  • Number of Episodes: 18 with a running period of 60 minutes each.

Oh My Ghostess:

Another fantasy Korean drama series with a mix of romance, comedy, drama, and thriller. Oh My Ghostess is a tvN network series that has earned quite good ratings and has bagged several award nominations for its fantastic plot and cast. The story revolves around the main character of the show, who is a personality with low self-esteem and no social life. She has the ability to see ghosts and one day gets possessed by a lust hungry virgin spirit who is all set to make up for the lack of romance in her past life. The art of seduction is set free, and she finally sets her eyes on her boss, who is a chef, and the situation takes an unexpected turn.

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Oh My Ghostess

  • Starring: Park Bo-young as Na Bong-sun, Kim Seul-gi as Shin Soon-ae, and Jo Hung-suk as chef Kang Sun-woo.
  • Director: Yoo Je-won.
  • Premiere Period: July 3 to August 22, 2015.
  • Watch on: Netflix.
  • Number of Episodes: 16 with a running time of 60 minutes each.

Chicago Typewriter:

Featuring the genres of fantasy and romance, Chicago Typewriter is one of the popular Korean fantasy series. The show tells us the tale of three resistance fighters who are residing in the 1930s Japanese occupation of Korea. The three of them are reincarnated again as a best-selling writer in a slump, a ghostwriter, and a fan. Friendship, love, and betrayal are the main themes. As the story continues, we see the trio doing their best to discover the truths about the haunting past.

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Chicago Typewriter

  • Starring: Yoo Ah-in as han Se-joo, Im Soo-jung as Jeon Seol, and Go Kyung-pyo as Yoo Jin-oh.
  • Director: Kin Cheol-kyu.
  • Premiere Period: April 7 to June 3, 2017.
  • Watch on: Netflix.
  • Number of Episodes: 16 with a running period of 70 minutes each.

Arthdal Chronicles Part 1: The Children of Prophecy:

Arthdal Chronicles is regarded as one of the first Korean ancient fantasy drama and is of course, loved heavily by its audience. The story of the drama is set in the Bronze Age and tells us a vague tale of the founder of the first Korean Kingdom of Gojoseon, Dangun. It is a KST based show which is available internationally on Netflix. With 250 million net views, the fantasy Korean drama series entered the chart of highest-rated Korean dramas in cable television history.

The story revolves around the people of Arth who are suffering from the power struggles, and the main character Eun-seon going through a series of hardships in the process of bringing his people back to life and discover their true origin.

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Arthdal Chronicles

  • Starring: Jang Dong-gun as Ta-gon, Song Joong-ki as Eun-seom, Kim Ji-won as Tan-ya, and Kim Ok-vin as Tae Al-han.
  • Director: Kim Wo-seok.
  • Premiere Period: June 1 to September 22, 2019.
  • Watch on: Netflix.
  • Number of Episodes: 18 with a running period of 70 minutes each.

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Arthdal Chronicles Part 2: The Sky Turning Inside Out, Rising Land:

Also regarded as Aseudal, Asadal Chronicles, The Asdal Chronicles, Asedual Yeondaegi, and many others, the massive success of the first part of the series paved the way for its second installment. Featuring the genres of history, romance, fantasy, and politics, the tvN show was again a massive success on the screens.

The story unfolds, and Ta Gon is now the most influential man in Arthdal. He is in a relationship with Taealha, and Sa Ya has been kept confined in the tower. Though things take different turns, and now and the faiths are decided when Sa Ya meets Tan Ya, who wants nothing else than crumble the land of Arthdal.

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Arthdal Chronicles Part 2: The Sky Turning Inside Our Rising Land

  • Starring: Jang Dong-gun as Ta-gon, Kim Ok-vin as Tae Al-han, and Kim Ji won as Tan-ya.
  • Director: Kim Won-seok.
  • Premiere Period: June 22 to July 7, 2019.
  • Watch on: Netflix.
  • Number of Episodes: 6 with a total running time of 1 hour 21 minutes.

Arthdal Chronicles Part 3: The Prelude to All Legends:

The positive reviews and huge appreciation from the fand and audience led to the renewal of the show for its third season. Following the story of the previous parts of the show, now the plot is revolving around Ta Gon, who has gotten the hold of the throne. Though, his reign is in threat as Eun Seom is gathering power among the slaves and peasants’ community in the lad of Arth. Everyone is facing some life-threatening dangers, and the story has developed several layers.

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Arthdal Chronicles Part 3: The Prelude to All Legends

  • Starring: Jang Dong-gun as Ta-gon, Song Joong-ki as Eun Seom, Kim Ok-vin as Tae Al-han, and Kim Ji-won as Tan-ya.
  • Director: Kim Won-seok.
  • Premiere Period: September 7 to September 22, 2019.
  • Watch on: Netflix.
  • Number of Episodes: 6 with a total running time of 1 hour 20 minutes.

My Girlfriend Is a Gumiho:

An SBS fantasy Korean drama series, My Girlfriend Is a Gumiho is another must-add to your watchlist. The story features the genres of romance, comedy, and of course, fantasy. The plot of the show revolves around Cha Dae-woong, who is a college student looking forward to becoming an action star. Though, things are not so normal in his life as he unintentionally frees a Gumiho from a painting by Samshin Grandmother. She saves his life after he suffers a dangerous fall by giving him her fox bead.

They make a deal and stick together, and things take wild turns.

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My Girlfriend is a Gomiho

  • Starring: Lee Seung-Gi as Cha Dae-woong, Shin Min-ah as Gumiho, Park Dong-joo as No Min-woo.
  • Director: Boo Sung-chul.
  • Premiere Period: 11 August to 30 September 2010.
  • Watch on: Netflix,
  • Number of Episodes: 16 with a running time of 60 minutes each.

Memories of the Alhambra:

Set in Spain, Memories of the Alhambra is one of the popular fantasy series you must have on your K-drama watchlist. Featuring the genres of science fantasy, action, thriller, and romance, the story revolves around a CEO and a hostel owner who crosses paths and get stuck together due to a series of the mysterious situations they keep getting in. The tvN drama is one of the highest-rated Korean dramas in cable television history and was loved widely for its amazing plot with many nerve-racking twists.

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Memories of Alhambra

  • Starring: Hyun Bin as Yoo Jin-woo, Park Chan-yeo as Jung Se-joo, and Park Shin-hye as Jung Hee-joo.
  • Director: Ahn Gil-ho.
  • Premiere Period: December 1, 2018, to January 20, 2019.
  • Watch on: Netflix.
  • Number of Episodes: 16 with a total running time of 1 hour 10 minutes.

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The Bride of Habaek:

The tvN drama features the genres of fantasy, romance, and comedy. The story of the show revolves around a God of Land of Water who is visiting earth with a mission to retrieve the sacred stones, which is an essential element for claiming his right on the divine realm throne. For aiding him in this quest, he decides to seek out help from a neuropsychiatrist who is the last descendant of a middle-class family who was fated to serve him for generations. So, will he be able to get her help and conquer this quest?

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A Bride of Habaek

  • Starring: Nam Joo-hyuk as Lord Han-baek, Shin Se-Kyung as So-ah, Gong Myung as Bi-ryeom.
  • Director: Kim Byung-soo.
  • Premiere Period: July 3 to August 22, 2017.
  • Watch on: Netflix.
  • Number of Episodes: 16 with a total running time of 1 hour 10 minutes.

Doom At Your Service:

The tvN drama features a modern fantasy story with a hint of romance. The story revolves around Tak Dong-kyung, who is fed up with her degrading life and also is diagnosed with glioblastoma. She makes a wish on a shooting star to be doomed, and miraculously her wish is fulfilled. The next day she is greeted with a messenger between God and human and they end up signing a hundred-day contract which cost her everything.

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Doom at your Service

  • Starring: Park Bo-young as Tak Dong-kyung and Seo In-guk as Myul Mang.
  • Director: Kwon Young-il.
  • Premiere Period: May 10 to June 29, 2021.
  • Watch on: Netflix.
  • Number of Episodes: 16 with a running time of 60 minutes each.

Tale of the Nine-Tailed:

The tvN fantasy Korean drama series Tale of the Nine-Tailed features the genres of action, romance, drama, suspense, and horror. The plot of the story is really intriguing and revolves around a 1000-years-old Gumiho who is now living his life in a city. He is on a quest to capture a fox who has wreaked havoc by killing and eating the livers of many humans and is now on the way to marry a man who disguised as a human woman. With so many humans, demons, and supernatural beings’ reunion in the show, you will for sure get thrilled to your nerves.

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Tail of the Nine Tailed

  • Starring: Lee Dong-wook as Lee Yeon, Kim Jung-nan as Taluipa, Jo Bo-ah as Nam Ji-ah, and Kim-Bum as Lee Rang.
  • Director: Kang Shin-hyo and Jo Nam-hyung.
  • Premiere Period: October 7 to December 3 2020.
  • Watch on: Netflix.
  • Number of Episodes: 16 with a running period of 65 to 70 minutes each.

Moon Embracing the Sun:

A historical fantasy drama that tells us a heart-warming love story between the fictional king of the Joseon Dynasty and a female shaman. You get a fair share of politics, conspiracy, and ruthless power-hungry struggles in the drama. The show was widely loved by both its audience and critics, which bagged it the Best Drama and Best Actor awards in the television category at the 48th Baeksang Arts Awards. Other than those, the show won the Drama of the Year in the 2012 MBC Drama Awards.

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Moon Embracing the Sun

  • Starring: Kim So-hyun as Lee Hwon, Han Ga-in as Lady Heon Yeon-woo.
  • Director: Kim Do-hoon and Lee Seong-jun.
  • Premiere Period: January 4 to March 15, 2012.
  • Watch on: Netflix.
  • Number of Episodes: 20 + 2 special episodes with a total running time of 1 hour 5 minutes.

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A Witch’s Love:

A South Korean Fantasy Drama Series “A Witch’s Love” should be on your K-drama watchlist for sure. The tvN drama portrays the genre of romance and comedy and is regarded as a remake of a popular Taiwanese drama, “My Queen” which came out in 2019. The story of the show revolves around a 38-year-old investigative news reporter who is firmly dedicated to her passion, and that has led to people calling her witch behind her back. She crosses path with a 25-year-old small errand center runner, and despite their huge age gap, their heart finds a way to each other.

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A Witch’s Love

  • Starring: Uhm Jung-hwa as Ban Ji-yeon and Park Seo-joon as Yoon Dong-ha.
  • Director: Lee Jung-hyo.
  • Premiere Period: April 14 to June 10, 2014.
  • Watch on: Netflix.
  • Number of Episodes: 16 with a total running time of 60 minutes.

Two Cops:

The MBC fantasy drama portrays the genres of romance, mystery, and action. The plot of the show revolves around a single-minded and dedicated detective who has his own ways of solving violent crimes and a sleazy con artist whose soul is wandering out of his body as he suffers a dangerous accident. The two of them pair up to solve a mysterious crime, and in the process, the detective falls for a feisty rookie reporter.

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Two Cops

  • Starring: Jo Jung-suk as Cha Dong-Tak, Lee Hye-ri as Song Ji-an, and Kim Seon-ho as Gong Su-chang.
  • Director: Oh Hyun-jong.
  • Premiere Period: November 27, 2017, to January 16, 2018.
  • Watch on: Netflix.
  • Number of Episodes: 32 with a running time of 35 minutes each.

The Ghost Detective:

Featuring the genres of crime, horror, thriller, mystery, and fantasy, the Korean drama “The Ghost Detective” is a perfect combo of everything. The plot of the show revolves around a ghost detective who is firmly dedicated to solving the case of the mysterious death of his assistant’s younger sibling. So, how will this journey unfold?

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The Ghost Detective

  • Starring: Choi Daniel as Lee Da-il, Park Eun-bin as Jung Yeo-wool, and Lee Ji-ah as Sunwoo Hye.
  • Director: Lee Jae-hoon.
  • Premiere Period: September 5 to October 31, 2018.
  • Watch on: Netflix.
  • Number of Episodes: 32 with a running time of 35 minutes each.

That Man Oh Soo:

Another fantasy Korean drama series you should have on your K-drama watchlist. The OCN series tells you the story about two people who are destined to be together as the “cupid” has possessed the magical pollen. Though there are lots and lots of layers, they have to cross, and the story unfolds in a very unexpected and beautiful way.

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That Man Oh Soo

  • Starring: Lee Jong-hyun as Oh Soo and Kim So-eun as Seo yoo-ri.
  • Director: Nam Gi-hoon.
  • Premiere Period: March 5 to April 24, 2018.
  • Watch on: Netflix.
  • Number of Episodes: 16 with a running time of 60 minutes each.

Moon Lovers: Scarlet Heart Ryeo:

Based on a Chinese novel “Bu Bu Jing Xin,” the fantasy Korean drama series features the genres of romance, history, melodrama, and time travel. The SBS TV series is regarded as one of the most expensive Korean drama ever sold as it has been sold for more than $400,000 per episode to Youku, a Chinese broadcasting station.

The story starts with a time travel, where Go Ha-jin is transported back into the time to the Goryeo dynasty during a total solar eclipse. She wakes up and finds out that she is in the body of a prince of the ruling Wang family, Hae Soo. As the story grows, she falls in love with the 8th prince of the Wang family, but things don’t ease up. Later, she finds herself caught in brutal palace politics and rivalry among the princes.

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Moon Lovers: Scarlet Heart Ryeo

  • Starring: Lee Ji-eun as Go Ha-jin, Kang Ha-neul as Prince Wang Wook, Lee Jong-gi as Wang So.
  • Director: Kim Kyun-tae.
  • Premiere Period: August 29 to November 1 2016.
  • Watch on: Netflix.
  • Number of Episodes: 20 + 2 special episodes with running time of 60 minutes each.

Here we end our list of 31 Best Fantasy Korean Drama Series to Watch.

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