Find out what things in Korean dramas are not real in South Korea.

Korean dramas have been very well received around the world, over the years fans of all ages enjoy hundreds of endearing stories that marked their lives and are part of their favorite series.

In K-dramas sometimes all situations seem easy, chapter by chapter their fans fall in love more and there is an incredible variety of genres for all tastes, horror, romance, mystery and science fiction.

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In Korean dramas everything seems perfect, except for the villains, the sets, the love, the displays of affection and the actors look incredible, with fashionable outfits and attitudes that melt the viewer’s heart.


Chase scenes

In South Korea there is usually a lot of traffic all the time, so the scenes where the protagonists chase their beloved on the road or when they make a few turns could be deadly due to the number of cars in the city.

Be romantic

As in all parts of the world there are people with different characters, so don’t be surprised to know that there are people in Korea who really like to show their love or affection like in dramas.

Not all mothers-in-law are evil

In Korean dramas, mothers-in-law are often portrayed as Satan herself, but not all Korean mothers-in-law are this evil.

They all look good, all the time

That image of perfection in dramas where all the characters dress in fashion and always look good is a lie, Koreans are often pressured to comply with beauty stereotypes.


Latest technology

In a drama a protagonist cannot have money to pay the rent or to eat, but if she has the newest cell phone or the fashionable computer, not all people can afford this type of apparatus, in K-dramas you see this because companies come to an agreement with technology companies and everything is advertising.


In many K-dramas the protagonist usually has a very large appetite and eats a lot, but some girls in South Korea take great care of their figure and usually exercise to shape their body.


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