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Ahjumma Power Dramas!

2017/02/28 | 449 views | Permalink

Ahjumma is a Korean word for a married, or marriage aged woman. Sometimes the image associated with this word is a stubborn and tough women, who will not yield to any tribulation coming their way.

Let's take a look at the Top 5 famous dramas with Ahjumma as a main character. The perfect wives who captured the spotlight on screen –

 

"My Rosy Life" (2005)

This is a story of a mom with 2 children, who is faced with a cheating husband and a death sentence.

 

"My Wife is a Superwoman" (2009)

This story is about a supportive wife who works hard to put her naïve husband into a high social standing.

 

"Ooh La La Couple" (2012)

A love story of ambitious man, Soo-nam and Yeo-ok, who change his life completely.

 

"Mrs. Cop" (2015)

A+ as a Police officer, but F as a mother. Justice driven, passionate working mom shows how hard it is to balance career and family.

 

"Five Children" (2016)

For the parents, their children is life, everything. This warm, family drama full of laughter explains what a true happiness is all about.

 

And here's the new ahjumma drama coming your way!

"The Perfect Wife" (2017)

This ahjumma + mystery + comical drama will rise a new syndrome in 2017!

By. Lily Lee

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