Don’t Miss These 4 Heartwarming K-Dramas to Watch in Celebration of Thanksgiving

Korean dramas
Wok of Love
Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok-Joo
Kkondae Intern
(Photo : MBC)

Due to the unstoppable threat of the virus, family gatherings, feasts, and celebrations are so limited.

However, everyone can make the current situation a little brighter! What better way to celebrate Thanksgiving than cozying up in bed with the family while watching some of the best K-Dramas ever?

It isn't only comfortable, but watching amazing shows while eating good food just sounds the perfect way to celebrate Thanksgiving! Here are four heartwarming K-Dramas to catch this holiday season!

'Wok of Love'

'Wok of Love' Poster
(Photo : SBS)

Juicy turkey basted with its own zesty and savory sauce, mashed potatoes, and stuffings is the most delicious meal to look forward to during Thanksgiving.

However, "gopyo," Koreans born and raised in America, prepare scrumptious food like japchae (glass noodles), kimchi, pajeon (green onion pancakes), and other traditional South Korean dishes.

To couple the tasty dishes, the 2018 SBS TV romance drama "Wok of Love" is the perfect drama to watch. Not only does it entertain viewers with its great story, but it also displays mouth-watering food and appetizers that will satiate the stomachs of viewers during Thanksgiving.


Who else loves preparing their own dishes? Raise your hands!

Choosing the menu and the ingredients and whipping it up into a savory dish makes cooking an accomplishment, especially if your loved ones loved it.

KBS2's romance comedy series "Big" starring Gong Yoo and Lee Min Jung perfectly captured the perfect montage for shopping and planning, as well as the supermarket trip to pick out the best ingredients for a dish.

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It's a heartwarming drama that anyone from any age can watch with the whole family.

'Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok Joo'

'Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok Joo' Poster
(Photo : MBC)

Dieting? No way! If there's a year when one can overeat to their hearts' content, it's definitely Thanksgiving!

However, for Lee Sung Kyung in the blockbuster romance comedy series "Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok Joo," every day is a holiday feast!

The drama displays a wide variety of tasty-looking dishes to watch while eating. It can also serve as an inspiration for what to prepare for the holidays.

Not only that, everyone in the drama eats with gusto, sharing the genuine pleasure with one another.

'Kkondae Intern'

(Photo : Twitter, Instagram)

Last on the list but definitely never the least, everything that Han Ji Eun devours in the MBC comedy drama "Kkondae Intern."

The drama gives a nice introduction to South Korean food culture. It also depicts how sharing mouth-watering food is a great way to show care and affection for one another.

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Since Thanksgiving is all about gratitude and love, "Kkondae Intern" is a perfect drama to watch while everyone at the dining table, or on the couch, drinks up to satisfaction.

Which of these K-Dramas are you most excited to watch? Share it with us in the comments below!

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Written by Elijah Mully.

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