“Reborn Rich”, a webtoon-based K-Drama, took the world by storm and left fans wanting more week after week. Not only did it star the ever-talented Song JoongKi as its main lead, but the plot was full of twists and turns that kept you on the edge of your seat the entire time.
Song JoongKi’s performance as Yoon HyunWoo/Jin DoJoon was so good that it’s difficult to imagine a world without another episode. But here we are, a little more than a week after the series ended, and “Reborn Rich” is still on our minds. Even though the beloved series is no longer airing, there are plenty of other K-Dramas to watch and fall in love with.
So, if you’re missing “Reborn Rich,” you should watch these 5 K-Dramas instead.
1. Itaewon Class
“Itaewon Class,” a webtoon-based K-Drama, debuted on January 31st, 2020. The JTBC series also shook the K-Drama world and captured the hearts of millions of people around the world. Park SeoJun, Kim DaMi, Kwon NaRa, Ahn BoHyun, Kim DongHee, Ryu KyungSoo, Lee JooYoung, and Chris Lyon are among the cast members.
DanBam’s team was a delight to watch as they competed against foodservice conglomerate JangKa. Their underdog story was inspiring and heartfelt, making you root for their success from the start. Park SeoJoon played a significant role in the success of “Itaewon Class,” as his portrayal of Park SaeRoi left many in awe and praise.
“Itaewon Class” is iconic and should be seen at least once by every K-Drama fan!
2. Again My Life
“Again My Life” is a relatively new drama that will premiere on April 8, 2022. The central, hot-blooded prosecutor Kim HeeWu in the SBS series is played by legendary actor Lee JoonGi. Kim JiEun and Lee KyungYoung co-star with him.
Kim HeeWu, like Yoon HyunWoo in “Reborn Rich,” ends up at death’s door. But, by some miracle, he is alive and well, given a second chance at life. HeeWu takes advantage of this opportunity to continue his mission of assassinating evil politician Jo TaeSeop (played by Lee KyungYoung). Your heart will race as the mystery thriller keeps you on the edge of your seat until the very end.
3. The Golden Spoon
If you liked the idea of switching lives, “The Golden Spoon” should be next on your list to watch. The fantasy series premiered on MBC and Disney+ on September 23, 2022. It stars SungJae, Lee JongWon, Jung ChaeYeon, and YeonWoo from BTOB.
“The Golden Spoon” was SungJae’s eagerly anticipated return to television. The MBC series does an excellent job of highlighting the societal differences between the wealthy chaebol class and the poor. While it has its comedic moments, it also addresses serious issues such as the things that money cannot buy. “The Golden Spoon” is a true jewel in the world of K-Dramas.
4. My Name
“My Name” is gritty, tense, and completely engrossing to watch. Han SoHee, Ahn BoHyun, and Park HeeSoon star in the Netflix drama. It depicts JiWoo’s (Han SoHee) harsh reality and her journey to exact revenge on her father’s killer.
JiWoo may appear rough around the edges at first, but as the series progresses, viewers will notice a tenderness that is just waiting to be released. “My Name” also showcases Han SoHee’s incredible acting abilities, as she takes on a more serious role and participates in a variety of action scenes. “My Name,” with only ten episodes, would be ideal for a weekend binge!
5. The Glory
“The Glory” may have only recently debuted, but it’s already garnering attention despite only eight episodes. Song HyeKyo, Lee DoHyun, Lim JiYeon, Park SungHoon, and Jung SungIl are among the cast members of the Netflix series.
It’s a nail-biting revenge story with Moon DongEun (Song HyeKyo) at the centre. It is not for the faint of heart because it deals with sensitive issues such as school violence, mental health, and death. But there is a gripping tension in every moment that makes it difficult to look away. If you liked the revenge aspect of “Reborn Rich,” “The Glory” should appeal to you.
What K-Drama will you watch now that “Reborn Rich” has concluded? Let us know in the comments section!