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if you’re especially looking for some Korean boy love dramas to add to your watchlist, then look no further. Here are a few favorites.

Need some boy love Korean dramas? These are the best ones to watch

If you’re looking for some dramas to add to your watchlist, and if you’re especially looking for some Korean boy love dramas to add to your watchlist, then look no further. We’ve compiled a list of some of the best Korean boy love dramas, so you can spend less time searching for suggestions and more time getting right to watching.

We did our very best to focus on Korean dramas which have boy love as the main plot and not the ‘B’ plot, however, finding dramas that do more than hint at chemistry is sadly not the world’s easiest task. To remedy this we included both shows and movies – here are all the best options we can find.

Long Time No See

This 2017 series has only five episodes, which is a bit of a bummer since the premise is fun. Two hitmen end up falling in love with one another, however, neither knows the identity of the other. This, of course, leads to drama in their relationship as well as in their work.

White Night

This movie is about Won-gyu. He returns to Seoul after two years – he had left after being assaulted. When Won-gyu returns he meets Tae-jun and they’re able to share an important night together in the same place Won-gyu had been hurt two years before.

The movie is an hour and fifteen minutes, and has a rating of 7.2 on the website MyDramaList. The movie was originally released in 2012.

No Regret

The story of this movie is about Su-min, who grew up in an orphanage. He goes to Seoul to study design, but eventually after some difficulties ends up working as a stripper in a gay bar. While he’s there he meets Jae-min, a rich man who ends up falling in love with Su-min. It becomes a war of love and pride.

This movie was originally released on November sixteenth in 2006. It’s an hour and fifty-three minutes long, and has a positive rating of 7.6 out of 10.

Where Your Eyes Linger

This eight-episode series is currently in the process of airing. It began on May 22nd, and will continue until June 12th. The story is about Han Tae Joo, a rich eighteen year old who also happens to have a bodyguard his age. The two have been close for a very long time, however, when the bodyguard goes on a date with a girl, Han finds himself feeling jealous.

The episodes in this series are short – about ten to twelve minutes each, but they can be watching on the streaming platform, Viki. So our suggestion would be to wait until all the episodes are released and you can binge them all in one sitting.

A Frozen Flower

King Goryeo is facing pressure to produce an heir for the kingdom, however, he’s in love with his general Hong Rim. Eventually, after much consideration, the king asks his lover to sleep with the queen, unforeseen consequences ensue.

This 2008 movie is two hours and thirteen minutes long. It has a rating of 7.7 out of 10, and is recommended for ages eighteen and up.

The Depths

This movie follows Korean photographer Bae-Hwan and a Japanese hotel worker named Ryu. The two work together on a series of photographs which leads to their relationship moving from professional, to friendly, to romantic. The transitions aren’t easy though and both have to deal with their own personal hang-ups.

This is the lowest rated suggestion on our list with a 6.6 out of 10 rating. It was originally released in 2011, and is two hours and one minute long.


REC is about a couple celebrating their fifth anniversary together. They decide to film themselves in a small motel. During filming, they confirm their love for one another, but as things go on it starts to sound as if this will be the last time the two are together.

This movie was produced in 2011, is an hour and eight minutes long, and does not have an age rating.

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