Korean series available at TV Info

When it comes to endearing love stories, there’s nothing quite like Korean dramas. Get your dose of romance and drama here at TV Info! We offer a wide range of Korean television series including the latest ones and the old, classic shows you just have to watch again and again.

Love in her Bag

  • Genre: Romance, drama
  • No. of episodes: 20
  • Synopsis:

A bright, young woman named Eun Jung-soo (Choi Jung Won) works her way up the luxury handbag industry because of her exceptional talent. Sparks fly when she meets Do Jin Hoo (Kim Jeong Hoon), the young heir of a fashion company. Jung soo also meets Kim Seo Hyun (Son Eun Seo) who hides her identity to climb the ladder of success.

It’s Okay, That’s Love

  • Genre: Melodrama, romance, medical
  • No. of episodes: 16
  • Synopsis:

Famous author and radio DJ Jang Jae Yeol (Jo In Sung) suffers from a mental disorder called Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder. To treat his psychosis, he undergoes behavioural therapy under psychiatric doctor Ji Hae Soo (Gong Hyo Jin) who heals not just his medical problems but also his love illnesses. How are they going to overcome this difficult emotional and psychological problem?

Fated to Love You

  • Genre: Romance, comedy, drama
  • No. of episodes: 20
  • Synopsis:

Fated to Love You is a romantic-comedy-drama remake of the popular Taiwanese series of the same name. One fateful night, Lee Gun (Jang Hyuk), the president of a chemical company and Kim Mi Young (Jang Nara), a secretary in a law firm, find themselves drunk and alone in a room. They wake up naked the following day and later find out that Mi Young is pregnant! What to do? Join the fun and hilarious journey of two unexpected lovers navigating the world of relationships and parenthood in Fated to Love You.


  • Genre: Melodrama, romance, erotic drama
  • No. of episodes: 20
  • Synopsis:

Young heiress Yoo Se Young (Choi Ji Woo) offers married couple Cha Seok Hoon (Kwon Sang Woo) and Na Hong Jo (Park Ha Sun) a solution to their financial problems. In exchange, she wants to test their marriage by having Seok Hoon all to herself for three days. Problems arise when they go back to their lives and Seok Hoon and Hong Jo’s marriage is put to the test after Se Young’s intervention. 

Flower grandpa investigative team 

  • Genre: Comedy
  • No. of episodes: 12
  • Synopsis:

After a failed experiment, three detectives in their twenties find themselves in the bodies of old men in their seventies with only one colleague still young. Together, they try to solve crimes and find a way to reclaim their youth while working undercover as grandpas at a delivery service shop.

High school king of savvy

  • Genre: Romance, work-place comedy
  • No. of episodes: 17 + 1 special
  • Synopsis:

Prepare for a roller-coaster ride in High School King of Savvy. High schooler Lee Min Suk (Seo In Guk) resembles his older brother Hyung Sik so much that when his brother asked him to impersonate Hyung Sik at his job, no one becomes suspicious. 

Since then, Min Suk leads a double life as a student and an executive at an IT conglomerate. He navigates the corporate adult world with the help of Jung Soo Young (Lee Ha Na), a temp with a sweet and odd personality whom he falls in love with.