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K-Drama with a pregnancy?


#1

Hi guys! I want to change a little.
Do you know k-drama in which the protagonist faces pregnancy / childbirth? I saw ‘Fated to love you’, and I really enjoyed it.


#2

Was going to say Autumn’s Concerto, but that’s not Korean. (lol, mentioned it anyway)

Hogu’s Love / Fool’s Love
Heard It Through The Grapevine

They both have unexpected pregnancies, though the characters skew younger, and they’re tonally different from each other and Fated To Love You.


#3

https://www.viki.com/tv/6625c-i-do-i-do
https://www.viki.com/tv/31894c-laurel-tree-tailors
https://www.viki.com/tv/20714c-secret-love
https://www.viki.com/tv/860c-obstetrics-and-gynecology-doctors
https://www.viki.com/tv/395c-loving-you-a-thousand-times
https://www.viki.com/tv/25899c-love-secret


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#4

Hello,

Old K-Dramas that I would recommend:
https://www.viki.com/tv/29551c-pink-lipstick?q=pink%20lipsti

Wonderful Life with young Kim Jae Won and Eugene, one of my first Kdramas (which is not on Viki (anymore?).


#5

I know a very good Korean drama and another better more good Chinese.
[K-Drama] Wild Chives and Soy Bean Soup: 12 Years Reunion
[C-Drama] Across the Ocean to See You


#6

The greatest marriage
Fated to love you
Goodbye to goodbye
Loved these ones and the third one is a drama everyone should watch because it tells the normal life and not this kdrama cliche life we all been used to


#7

Thank you for mentioning this drama! I have been looking for the name of it cuz I just couldn’t remember!!


#8

Could you please tell me what is name of the Asian series with this plot? A young girl wants to save her sick father. The family does not have the money for the necessary surgery and she is fertilized. She does not want to give up the child, but it is taken away from her and she does not know who the surrogate family is for her son.It is romance, protagonist has cancer in the end. It is not in Viki anymore :frowning:


#9

I think this one is wrong, or at least not that long into the story.

I am pretty convinced it is this one:


#10

I don’t know if the OP is still interested in this, but for anyone that might come across this thread, ‘Heard It Through the Grapevine’ is one I’m currently watching. It’s from the maker of ‘Something in the Rain’ and ‘One Spring Night’, so has a similar vibe. The director seems to have a thing for tackling social ‘taboos’ (this one deals with teenage pregnancy and class). It’s sprinkled with a lot of humour though. Would recommend so far. Note this is a longer series with 30 episodes of about an hour each.


#11

recently there is a new Kdrama that has been launched
Woori the virgin have you heard of that