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5 Makjang Dramas That Have Ended, Beware Can Make Emotions!

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Not only the romantic-comedy and thriller genres are made into Korean dramas, but there is also the makjang genre which is no less exciting. Makjang itself is a drakor genre that displays infidelity, murder full of intrigue to plot twists that always appear in each episode.

In fact, dramas with this genre often achieve high ratings and steal the audience’s attention. Here are a series of makjang dramas that have succeeded in making the audience emotional. Come on, see!

1. The Penthouse: War in Life


The Penthouse tells the story of the Residents of Hera Palace, a luxury penthouse apartment with 100 floors, who has many secrets and hidden ambitions. Sim Su Ryeon, who was born into wealth, is the queen of the penthouse apartment.

Cheon Seo Jin, the belle of the residence, did everything he could to give his all to his daughter. Oh Yoon Hee comes from a poor family background, but she strives to enter high society by becoming a penthouse queen, the pinnacle of success in her eyes.

The battle for wealth, power and prestige in Seoul’s most coveted penthouse begins. This drama has 3 seasons and won an award as Best Serial Drama (International) at the Seoul International Drama Awards.

2. Mine


This drama tells the story of strong and ambitious women who overcome the world’s prejudices to find their true selves. Seo Hee Soo (Lee Bo Young), a former top actress, but she gave up her career to marry the second son of Hyo Won Group.

Jung Seo Hyun (Kim Seo Hyung), on the other hand, is married to the eldest son of the same chaebol family. She is also the daughter of a chaebol family and is elegant, intelligent, and also very

3. Love (ft. Marriage and Divorce)


Love (ft. Marriage and Divorce) is about three women in their 30s, 40s and 50s who work on radio shows. All three have in common, namely a ‘happy marriage’.

The drama, which has two seasons, airs on TV Chosun and Netflix. The final episode of the second season achieved a nationwide rating of 16.582%, making it the eighth highest-rated drama in the history of Korean cable television.

4. Young Lady and Gentleman


Containing 50 episodes, this drama tells the story of Lee Young Kook who is a widower with three children. He still hasn’t forgotten his wife’s death. She decides to hire Park Dan Dan as a direct tutor for her children and she becomes interested in him.

Meanwhile, Park Dan Dan has a cheerful and positive personality even in difficult situations. The drama, which is still airing on KBS2, always gets a rating above 20 percent in each episode.

5. Show Window: The Queen’s House


Aired on Channel A, Show Window is about a woman who supports the adultery of another woman, without knowing that the affair was with her husband.

This drama stars Running Man stars, Jeon So Min, Song Yoon Ah, Lee Sung Jae, and 2PM’s Chansung. Until now, Show Window is still running and will show episode 13 on Monday.

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