Top 15 Best Enemies To Lovers Kdrama You Must Watch

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Top 15 Best Enemies To Lovers Kdrama You Must Watch – Hey guys!. In this post, I’ll be discussing a list of Top 15 Best Enemies To Lovers Kdrama You Must Watch. From childhood sweethearts to the timeless office-romance trope, korean dramas have always reigned supreme. But are they the kings of enemies-to-lovers too? Let’s find out with these 15 dramas!

15. Crazy Love

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We’re starting the list with one of the most craziest love stories out there! Featuring the irresistible duo of Kim Jae-Wook and Krystal Jung, “Crazy Love” serves up a delicious blend of memory loss, crazy characters, and a plot that will leave you swooning.

It follows Noh Go-Jin, a star mathematics private instructor who fakes amnesia after receiving a death threat, and his secretary, Lee Shin-Ah who takes her revenge by acting as his fianceé because she blames him for her terminal illness diagnosis.

Adding the chaos with scheming exes and attempted murder, their love story is a rollercoaster, but watching them transition from rivals to sweethearts is definitely worth it.

14. Suspicious Partner

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No murder mystery is complete without steamy romance and a healthy dose of enemies-to-lovers drama, right? Enter “Suspicious Partner” starring the dashing Ji Chang-Wook and the beautiful Nam Ji-Hyun.

it revolves around Noh Ji-Wook, a highly talented and no-nonsense prosecutor, and his amateur intern, Eun Bong-hee who gets herself in trouble because of her naivety.

They start off on the wrong foot, but things take a spicy turn when Bong-hee finds herself a murder suspect, and Ji-Wook risks it all to defend her. From courtroom showdowns that keep you on the edge of your seat to secret kisses in the laundry room, the chemistry between our rival leads sizzles hotter than Seoul’s summer.

13. Touch Your Heart

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Starring our favorite secondary couple from the record-breaking drama “Goblin,” Lee Dong-Wook and Yoo In-Na, “Touch Your Heart” follows scandal-ridden actress Oh Yoon-Seo and her fights to reclaim her name in stardom.

However, to star in a drama again, she has to spend three months in the office of the icy Lawyer Kwon Jung-rok, who isn’t exactly thrilled about the arrangement. Cue the endless bickering between these two!

But as they spend more time together, Jung-rok starts to soften, learning about Yoon-Seo’s struggles and secrets. This office romance is a must-watch for those, looking for a delicious blend of enemies-to-lovers and tenderness.

12. So I Married an Anti-fan

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Here’s a juicy surprise for you! “So I Married An Antifan” is the name of the deal, starring superstar Hoo Joon, played by Choi Tae-Joon, and his anti-fan Geun-Young, portrayed by Choi Soo-Young.

When magazine reporter Lee Geun-young loses her job after a run-in with Hoo Joon, she becomes his biggest anti-fan. But the real drama unfolds when they end up on a reality show, forced to live together.

Hoo Joon’s icy demeanor hides a broken heart, while Geun-young is struggling to make ends meet. When filming begins, Joon and Young try to outdo each other on set, only to find themselves falling head over heels for one another.

11. Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha


Get ready to cozy up with this drama, starring the infamous dimple couple Shin Min Ah and Kim Seon Ho. Yoon Hye-jin escapes to the seaside village of Gongjin to open her dentistry clinic only to find herself constantly at odds with the smug jack-of-all-trade Hong Du-sik.

He is everywhere she goes and the two get on each other’s nerves. But as they help each other overcome their past tragedies, their dislike turns into a tender romance. Who said enemies couldn’t become lovers? Certainly not in this drama!

10. Shooting Stars

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Not only is it a delicious enemies-to-lovers rom-com, but it’s also a workplace comedy that’ll keep you hooked! Meet the nation’s beloved actor Gong Tae Sung whose public persona is as sweet as candy, but behind the scenes, he’s not so angelic.

Oh Han Byeol, the head of his management company’s PR team, knows his true colors all too well. While she’s good at keeping Tae Sung’s true nature hidden, their constant bickering sets the stage for some serious fireworks.

However seeing past the facade, they discover there’s more to each other than meets the eye. With Lee Sung Kyung and Kim Young Dae’s stellar performances, “Shooting Stars” is a must-watch that’ll leave you craving for more.

9. My Love from the Star


An iconic drama, isn’t it? Well, with the stellar performances of Kim Soo Hyun and Jun Ji Hyun, it was destined to be a hit! This fantasy drama spins the tale of Do Min Joon, an alien who touched down on Earth 400 years ago during the Joseon Dynasty.

He’s a bit skeptical about humans, keeping his interactions limited, despite possessing near-perfect looks and superhuman abilities. But here’s the twist: he’s got only three months left on Earth.

And that’s when he meets Cheon Song Yi, a popular actress, but with a hint of childishness. With its tender moments and captivating storyline, the drama series explores the concept of soulmates, drawing you into their enchanting romance.

8. My Demon


Is it just us, or is it really getting steamy in here? My Demon stars the epitome of sexiness, Song Kang, alongside the seasoned actress Kim Yoo Jung.

This lighthearted drama follows Jeong Gu-won, a 200-year-old demon, who enters a contract marriage with chaebol heiress Do Do-hee after his powers transfer to her. The twist is to secure her adoptive mother’s company, Do-hee also agrees to the union. The chemistry?

They’re practically on fire! Song Kang’s humorous demon character pairs wonderfully with Kim Yoo-jung’s strong heiress. With its blend of humor and heart, this drama is perfect for a binge-watch.

7. Her Private Life

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This one’s a perfect watch for all kpop fans out there! Based on the webtoon Noona Fan Dot Com, this 2019 gem follows Sung Deok Mi, a professional gallery curator and also a die-hard K-pop fan.

By day, she’s all business, hanging with her coworkers, but by night, she’s running a fan website, swooning over the nation’s heartthrob. But when Ryan Gold, the new boss, enters the scene, their first encounter is more electric than a K-pop concert, but in all the wrong ways.

Deok Mi labels him a temperamental lunatic, and he doesn’t have any kind words for her either. Cue the comedy of errors as they clash, leading to a rollercoaster of misunderstandings. Add in a pinch of pretend dating, dreamy outings, and sizzling chemistry, and you’ve got a drama that’ll have you on the edge of your seat.

6. Crash Course in Romance


Starring veteran stars Jung Kyung Ho and Jeon Do Yeon, this 2023 release was one of the hottest Enemies to Lovers dramas.

Set in the cutthroat world of entrance exams and pushy parents, the drama follows Choi Chi Yeol, a math teacher with a mysterious past, and Nam Haeng-seong, a former handball player who abandoned her career to raise her niece. When Haeng-Seong wants to enroll her niece in Chi Yeol’s classes, their worlds collide in the most unexpected way.

But before love can blossom, there are stolen identities, embarrassing moments, and crazy chases. For those tired of the same old high school romance, get ready for mature characters and a plot that’ll keep you on the edge of your seat.

5. I’m Not a Robot


Looking for a well-written plot? Check! Chemistry? Oh, darling, Yoo Seung-Ho and Chae Soo Bin set the screen on fire with their sizzling scenes, so that’s the last thing you should worry about! “I Am Not a Robot” follows Kim Min Kyu, a super-rich businessman allergic to human contact.

When he receives a robot named Jo Ji Ah, little does he know she’s actually human. Meanwhile, Ji Ah is pretending to be a robot to pay off her debts. As expected in K-dramas, they start with a rivalry, but as their feelings grow, they gradually soften.

But for Ji Ah, the buildup to romance is pure agony as she keeps her true identity hidden from Min Kyu. If you’re into slow-burn romances with high stakes, this one’s definitely for you!

4. Love to Hate You


On the list of hidden gems, we have “Love to Hate You,” starring Yoo Teo and Kim Ok-Bin. Meet Yeo Mi-ran, a fierce lawyer whose disdain for romance has given her a bit of a bite. Then there’s Nam Kang-Ho, a top-tier actor with a history of heartbreak.

When Kang-Ho’s company hires its first female lawyer, Mi-ran ends up handling all his cases. Talk about a recipe for disaster! Their personal grudges lead to instant dislike, but their chemistry? It’s off the charts.

From butting heads and fake dating in front of the media to warming up and falling head over heels, with only 10 episodes, this drama is shorter than your usual K-drama binge, but trust us, every minute is worth it.

3. Doctor Slump


The newest addition to the enemies-to-lovers genre is “Doctor Slump,” starring Park Hyung-Sik and Park Shin-Hye. It follows two high school rivals. Yeo Jeong Woo was top of his class in school and now is a sought-after plastic surgeon until a mysterious medical mishap pushes him to the edge.

Enter Nam Ha Neul, his former rival. Besides being a genius she’s a hardworking anesthesiologist whose life revolves around work and study. But one day, realizes she’s missing out on life’s fun and meets him just when they need each other the most.

From reflecting on their rivalry to becoming friends, romance blossoms. Love, drama, and a dash of medical mystery is a prescription for a binge-worthy watch.

2. Moon Lovers


Did someone say historical drama? We heard it loud and clear! “Moon Lovers,” adapted from the Chinese novel “Bu Bu Jing Xin” by Tong Hua, is an absolute must-watch.

Starring IU alongside Lee Joon-Gi, it follows Go Ha-Jin, who time travels back to the Goryeo dynasty, waking up in the body of Hae Soo she must adjust to this new life.

Later, she encounters the cold and standoffish 4th prince, Wang So. Their romance starts off bitter, but Hae soo manages to soften his heart, and they grow closer together. This love story transcends time proving a historical drama that’ll have you hooked.

1. Crash Landing on You


Last but certainly never the least is Crash Landing on You, starring everyone’s favorite BinJin couple, Hyun Bin and Son Ye-Jin. This masterpiece is from the same writer as “Queen of Tears,” so you know you’re in for a treat!

The drama kicks off with self-made CEO Yoon Se-Ri accidentally crash-landing in North Korea due to a paragliding mishap. On the other side of the border, soldier Ri Jeong-Hyeok comes to her rescue and brings her into his home.

From the get-go, there’s a humorous rivalry between our two leads, with Se-Ri trying to escape and Jeong-Hyeok trying to keep her from causing any trouble. But as time goes on, he finds himself protecting her despite their differences and fate brings them together in a beautiful, unbreakable bond.

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