[Ishani's Picks] Top 5 Long Form K-Dramas With 50 Or More Episodes
By Ishani Sarkar | Published on
Are you tired of waiting every week for an ongoing drama, holding your breath for an upcoming drama, or running out of miniseries to watch? I have the perfect recommendation list for you! Check out these long-form K-Dramas with at least 50 episodes that will keep you occupied and entertained!
"Father is Strange" is a slice-of-life drama that tells the story of a lovely close-knit family whose lives are thrown into chaos when a celebrity claims to be the son of the house. Starring Kim Young-chul, Kim Hae-sook, Ryu Soo-young, Lee Yu-ri, Lee Joon, Jung So-min, Min Jin-woong, Lee Mi-do, and more, this drama is filled with love and laughter and has 52 episodes.
"Once Again" is a unique and heart-warming story about love, relationships, and familial bonds starring Lee Min-jung, Lee Sang-yeob, Cheon Ho-jin, Cha Hwa-yeon, Oh Dae-hwan, Oh Yoon-ah, Lee Cho-hee, Lee Sang-yi, Kim Bo-yeon, Lee Jung-eun, Baek Ji-won and more. The ensemble cast is simply excellent at drawing the audience in and making them feel like they're a part of the family too. "Once Again" has 100 episodes.
What happens when the disappointed patriarch of a family resorts to legal action against his own children? In a word, chaos. "This Is Family" follows one such absurd story of an ordinary yet unusual family that learns not to take each other for granted through quite literal trials and tribulations. Starring Yoo Dong-geun, Kim Hyun-joo, Yoon Park, Park Hyung-sik, Nam Ji-hyun, Seo Kang-joon, Kim Sang-kyung, Son Dam-bi and more, the drama has 53 episodes.
A family melodrama, murder mystery, and romance, all in one, "Revolutionary Sisters" is about a couple who have been married for 40 years, preparing for divorce. However, when the wife is murdered in the process, it unleashes a storm that shakes up the family. This whodunnit drama is gripping yet emotionally rich. It has 50 episodes and stars Yoon Joo-sang, Hong Eun-hee, Jeon Hye-bin, Go Won-hee, Kim Kyung-nam, Lee Bo-hee, and more.
"Homemade Love Story" is a beautifully poignant, wholesome, and heartening tale of chosen family, togetherness, and love that blooms in a boarding house called Samgwang Villa where three families with different stories live together and open up to each other. Starring Jeon In-hwa, Jung Bo-suk, Hwang Shin-hye, Jin Ki-joo, Lee Jang-woo, Kim Sun-young, Bona, Ryeoun and more, "Homemade Love Story" has 50 episodes, and every single one of them is worth the watch.
By Ishani Sarkar.
Ishani Sarkar is a Writer, Editor and Hallyu journalist with years of experience in writing about Korean art, entertainment and culture, editing and managing content as well as interviewing Korean artists and celebrities. Ishani Sarkar can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.