I know I always talk about this but there never seem to be any family centered or social drams anymore
Are you talking about dramas you can watch with kids or young teenagers (13 -15 yrs old)?
I’d suggest these ones if my guess is right.
If you were to look back on your life, what would you remember most about your high school days and what you and your friends thought was important back then? Sung Shi Won (Jung Eun Ji) and her five friends – Yoon Yoon Jae (Seo In Guk), Mo Yoo Jung...
Times may have been a little simpler, less technological, but still just as challenging to get through a typical day of life in the late 1980s. Five childhood friends, who all live in the same Ssangmundong neighborhood of Seoul, lean on each other to...
Three very different young men – Dong Goo (Kim Jung Hyun), who dreams of becoming a film director, Joon Ki (Lee Yi Kyung), an eccentric actor who performs to make a living, and Doo Shik (Son Seung Won), a freelancer writer who fiddles around doing...
September 12, 2021, 6:07pm
Well, in these times productions try their hardest to not let us think about the real life all too much
With the nation’s birth rate at an all-time low and the age of the country's population on a steady incline, the Japanese government is on the verge of a national crisis. In order to combat these worrisome statistics, the government has decided to...
@shraddhasingh You mean like this? You only need to copy the link and on the top of this comment box chose Hyperlink and add it into, then it won’t open a box but only the link.
September 12, 2021, 6:23pm
2021 social dramas I find really good:
Law School (NX)
Hospital Playlist 2 (NX)
Dr. Romantic 2
September 13, 2021, 1:20pm
Yes there are. The family dramas are the weekend dramas that last for 50 episodes (or more, but Viki doesn’t bring 100-episode k-dramas nowadays because, frankly, who would have the patience for them?). Slightly older ones - but really good! - are
All About My Mom, Five Enough, Father Is Strange, . The most recent I watched, that was really enjoyable and hugely successful, was Once Again.
September 16, 2021, 10:20am
I thought it had a lot of topics scratching today’s society and a family aspect but hidden until …
Six dramatized stories based on true-life events connected to the popular Japanese flea market service Mercari explores the lives of ordinary folk in the country – and how family, friends, and more stay connected in modern society.