We always root for the lead couple to stay together and get married. And there are a few dramas where the main leads end up getting married at the end. If you want to watch some of them, here is the list of wedding-ending dramas.
1. Angel’s Last Mission: Love
The angel Dan, played by Lee Dong Gun, is sent to help Lee Yeon Seo, played by Shin Hye-sun, find love. Dan finds himself falling in love with Yeon Seo, even though rules from heaven say he shouldn’t. As their emotions clash, they find the deep link between love and sacrifice in the middle of heaven’s trials.
2. Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha
In a cute beach town, Hong Du Shik (Kim Seon Ho) and Yoon Hye Jin (Shin Min Ah), a dentist, run into each other. They meet each other every day and have sweet times together, which leads to a small-town romance. The village becomes a place where people laugh, love, and grow as people.
3. She Was Pretty
Ji Sung Joon (Park Seo Joon) and Kim Hye Jin (Hwang Jung Eum), who were friends as kids, get back together. Sung-Joon, who has changed a lot and is now a beautiful editor, doesn’t recognize Hye Jin. As they deal with problems at work and keep their names a secret, their love story grows with heart and humor.
4. Strong Woman Do Bong Soon
Park Bo Young plays Do Bong Soon, who is super strong and also works as CEO Ahn Min Hyuk’s (Park Hyung Sik) security. Threats make the dynamic pair join in a way that turns into love. In addition to solving crimes, the show looks at themes of being strong, being weak, and accepting others.
Seo Dal Mi (Bae Suzy) wants to be successful in the startup world, and Nam Do San’s (Nam Joo Hyuk) journey is linked to hers. Relationships are put to the test as they deal with the difficulties of being an entrepreneur. The drama explores the pursuit of goals, the value of mentoring, and the difficulties of love in the fast-paced world of startups.
6. What’s Wrong With Secretary Kim
Vice Chairman Lee Young Joon (Park Seo Joon) and his helpful secretary Kim Mi So (Park Min Young) have a working relationship that changes when Kim quits. As the drama unravels past horrors, it looks at how people grow, how families work, and how love can change everything.
7. Tale Of The Nine-Tailed
Brothers Lee Yeon (Lee Dong Wook) and Lee Rang (Kim Bum) are Gumiho who live in the world of humans. Producer Nam Ji Ah (Jo Bo Ah) gets involved with their lives. By mixing magical elements with modern-day Seoul, the drama tells a story of love, fate, and what happens when you mess with supernatural forces.
8. 18 Again
When Yoon Sang Hyun changes into Lee Do Hyun at age 18, it starts a journey of recovery. Kim Ha Neul plays his wife as she deals with this unexpected turn of events. The story explores themes of second chances, differences between generations, and how important it is to be yourself.
Goblin Kim Shin (Gong Yoo), who has been cursed to live forever, wants to be forgiven. They confront love, loss, and the implications of their extraordinary existence alongside Grim Reaper (Lee Dong Wook) and Ji Eun Tak (Kim Go Eun), who can see ghosts. In this drama, Korean past is used as a background for fantasy and romance.
10. King The Land
Cheon Sa Rang (Yoona), a friendly hotelier, gets into a fight with Gu Won (Lee Jun Ho), a tense chaebol heir, in the VIP area of the King Hotel. These two people have very different personalities, but fate brings them together through family problems, lies, and a search for lost memories. Can two worlds that are so different get along?
Now, you don’t need to worry about a sad ending because these dramas have a happy ending. You’ll never regret watching any of the above dramas.