Here are K-Dramas That Deserve A Second Season. I don’t know about you, but for some reason I hate watching the last episode of my favorite Korean drama. That bittersweet feeling when you say goodbye to the characters and wake up anticipating a new episode that makes you wish the series could go on forever. But even though a show without an end is impossible, we can expect more realistic scenarios… a second season of our favorite K-dramas.
There are two main reasons we would vote for K-drama to go next season. One is that there are still many questions left unanswered. Second, it can be so beautiful that it makes your heart cry. It is both. And here are some of the shows that make us want more.
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Here are K-Dramas That Deserve A Second Season
It’s hard to scroll an inch through Vincenzo’s fandom without being told by a die-hard fan who wants to make you believe a follow-up is already underway. The first season ends with fugitive Vincenzo (Song Jeong-ki) given a room in a Malta hideout to lawyer extraordinaire Hong Cha-young (Jang Yeo-bin), This gives fans enough reason to believe that the Cassano Gumuga family has to clean up the mafia underworld, even in an island paradise.
Moon Lovers: Scarlet Heart Ryeo (2016)
Where there is a sad ending, there is IU. After being mysteriously transported to the Goryeo dynasty during a solar eclipse, young HaeSoo will find herself caught up in palace politics and returns to the 21st century, where Prince Wang (Lee Joon-gi) realises his love for her returns. But the prospect of another alternative ending where her prince finds her in the modern world has her fans wanting Season 2 again.
Twenty Five, Twenty One (2022)
Moving on from this show, it’s just impossible to do. Even months after Twenty Five, Twenty One ended, I watch fan-made videos and posts from time to time. That’s the beauty of the painful ending, and it’s etched in our hearts forever. Twenty Five, Twenty One is incredibly well written in all its glory, but there are still some plot threads hanging around and no clear answer. Fans can’t wait for the second season.
Hotel Del Luna (2019)
When JangWol (IU) decides to rescind his position as CEO of lunar Hotel, she leaves behind some big shoes, or a crystal-encrusted Jimmy Choo. But before tears dried over her tragic departure, Kim Soo-hyun and hia sharply tailored suit joined fans the chat in one of the most iconic K-drama cameos of all time. I can’t wait for the second season when their adventures will be renamed Hotel Del Luna.
When I first watched Tomorrow, a show that relies heavily on soap operas and discusses heavy topics like drugs, sexual abuse, and suicide, I didn’t think I’d get into it. I refuse to sleep until I’ve finished the whole show. The finale sends me into a sweet abyss filled with awe and great empathy for the people and their actions.
As the afterlife’s risk management team continues to prevent suicides, Choi Jun Woong (Rowoon) continues to help those in need. We meet him again in the final episode to thwart another suicide attempt. I am excited to see it again. That’s why we need a second season! Anyone who’s seen Tomorrow will agree that Go Ryeon (Kim Hee Sun) and Park Joong Gil (Lee Soo Hyuk) need to get their lost love back…
Cheese In The Trap (2016)
If there was a list of Korean dramas with endings that I hated the most, I’d say Cheese in the Trap would top the list. I did mine In fact, this is my favorite Korean drama. It bothers me that a strong, unpredictable series with mental health and brilliantly written characters didn’t get the ending it deserved.
Following the brutal fate of Yoo Jung (Park Hee Jin) and Kang Sol (Kim Go Eun), a series of accidents caused by Yu Jung’s behavioral problems, We see our male lead sacrificing their relationships to avoid more pain. Years pass and they cross paths again, but didn’t see each other. The final scene finally rolls in Jung who sends email to Sol. It’s a cliffhanger that made viewers to pull their hair out of frustration. While it’s an open ending and it’s up to the audience to interpret it the way they want, but it would be nice if the leads could be seen together again, and lived happily ever after, That won’t stop fans from dreaming of it. We all deserve the return of Yoo Jung and Kang Sol!
Descendants of the Sun (2016)
Facing everything from devastating earthquakes to escalating military conflicts, the descendants crew have seen enough disasters in their lifetimes. But the wedding of best friend Daniel Spencer (Cho TaeGwan) in Vancouver is interrupted when a volcanic eruption requires for the help of brave doctors and soldiers. When young agents go to disaster relief, their sleeves are rolled up and their heels cut off. where they navigate humanitarian tasks in an otherwise idyllic European country with casual transmissions of love, dating and audio notes.
Love All Play (2022)
This is one of those dramas that flows smoothly without the burden of a thought-provoking plot or inherent ominous villains. This Korean drama has managed to win the hearts of its fans. The ending not only satisfied the fans, but also marked the beginning of a new journey for the characters. Park Tae-yang (Park Ju-hyun) finally resolves her issues with Park Jun-young (Park Ji-hyun) and overcomes depression and trauma. Park Tae-joon (Chae Jong-hyeop) is ready to step out of his sister’s shadow and make a name for himself.
Yook Jung-hwan (Kim Mu Jun) overcomes a heartbreak and finds a new romance with Lee Yoo Min (Seo Ji Hye), who makes a great badminton pair.
Vagabond is no small when it comes to some impressive twists and turns. Dive deep into a black hole of action, conspiracies and thrill. But while the story took us on a fascinating and captivating drive, the drama stumbled in the final episode, leaving a bitter taste in our mouths. On the show, Cha Dal Geon (Lee Seung gi) and Go Hye-ri (Bae Suzy), with Their action-packed adventures only leave us hanging when the two got separated, and they finally had a wonderful reunion.
With an open ending and fans full of questions remaining unanswered. There’s still no news about it, but just as the drama took us by surprise, there will probably be an announcement too!
Strong Girl BongSoon (2016)
Supernatural follows two twin girls Bong-soon (played by Park Bo-young), born with their strength to find a solution to a steamy love triangle between a hunky cop and the CEO of a dashing game company. the power passed to the women of her family. The divine powers of television are clearly on the line, and rumor has it that a spinoff starring Lee YooMi of Squid Game fame is already in the works.
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