Kdramas are famous for their heart-fluttering romantic-comedy genre and revenge series with surprising twists; however, more often than not, it also highlights the unbreakable friendship of a certain squad.
While some dream of having the Kdrama leading man like Lee Min Ho, Park Seo Joon, and Gong Yoo, others want to have a solid circle of friends like the "Crash Landing on You" soldier squad or the "swagg" trio in "Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok."
If you are still looking for that ultimate #SquadGoals, here are new Kdrama friendships that will definitely cheer you up.
The mystery crime drama follows a group of freshmen law students and faculty caught up in a murder case.
"Law School" stars Kim Myung Min and Lee Jung Eun as the university law professor while Kim Bum, Ryu Hye Young, Lee David, Lee Soo Kyung, Go Yoon Jung, and more are first-year law students at Hankuk University.
In the drama, the students took part in finding the real culprit and helped Professor Yang Joon Hoon (Kim Myung Min) get off the hook by revealing evidence against the actual suspect.
Another Kdrama friendship that everyone wished to be part of is Yoo Na Bi's squad in "Nevertheless."
The webtoon-based drama stars Han So Hee and Song Kang as the main leads, but the supporting characters such as Kim Min Gwi, Yang Hye Ji, Lee Ho Jung, and Yoon Seo Ah made the drama more special.
It not only illustrates Na Bi and Park Jae Eon's complicated relationship but also highlight the tight friendship between the group, especially among the girls.
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'So Not Worth It'
Netflix introduced a group of multicultural students turned friends in the youth-oriented sitcom "So Not Worth It."
The 12 episode series stars Park Se Wan, Shin Hyun Seung, GOT7's Youngjae, G) I-DLE's Minnie alongside Han Hyun Min, Terris Brown, and Carson Allen.
It follows the story of a group of college students, who have different backgrounds and nationalities, living under a mixed dormitory.
"So Not Worth It" highlights the chaotic yet entertaining lives of these college students.
From university students, let's now move to a more mature and badass group of friends seen on "Taxi Driver."
The Rainbow taxi group is headed by the "Train to Busan" actor Kim Eui Sung, who took on the role of CEO Jang Sung Chul; he is the brain behind the taxi company's secret organization that avenges victims whom the law could not protect.
He formed a group led by a former military man, Kim Do Ki, played by Lee Je Hoon. Joining the organization is Pyo Ye Jin as the skilled hacker Ahn Go Eun and the mechanics Choi Kyung Goo and Park Jin Eon portrayed by Jang Hyuk Jin and Bae Yoo Ram.
In "Taxi Driver," they disguised themselves according to their client, who sought their help to take revenge.
If you missed the Rainbow Taxi squad, the SBS series is set to return for season 2 in the coming year.