Webtoon-based Korean dramas have become increasingly popular in the last two years. However, did you know that several popular Korean dramas are recreated into Webtoon adaptations? Including the recent hit drama “Extraordinary Attorney Woo” featured Park Eun Bin. So let’s check out the best Korean dramas that get webtoon adaptations.
11 Best Korean Dramas Adapted Into Webtoon Series
Korean dramas inspired by Webtoons are nothing new, while Webtoons-based Korean dramas are still rare. However, popular K-dramas have inspired Webtoon creators to recreate them into webtoon versions. So, here is a list of best Korean dramas that have been adapted into the Webtoon version:
1. “Good Doctor” (2013)
“Good Doctor” is a popular Korean drama aired on KBS2 in 2013. The Korean series starring Joo Won, Moon Chae Won, Joo Sang Wook, and Kim Min Seo. The drama follows Park Shi On (Joo Won), a pediatric sergeant with an autistic savant. Although he has exceptional medical skills, he has to deal with discrimination from people who underestimate his ability and dedication due to his lack of interpersonal skills. In addition, the series has been remade into Japanese, Chinese, and American versions.
2. Discovery of Love (2014)
“Discovery of Love,” is a refreshing romantic comedy-drama aired on KBS2 in 2014. The drama starring Jung Yu Mi, Eric Mun, and Seong Joon. It follows Han Yeo Reum (Jung Yu Mi), who is in love and has a steady relationship with her boyfriend Nam Ha Jin (Seong Joon). Yet, her ex-boyfriend Kang Tae Ha (Eric Mun) comes back in front of her and asks to renew their relationship.
3. Healer (2014)
“Healer” is an action romance drama aired on KBS2 in 2014. The series featured Park Min Young as Lee Young Shin, Ji Chang Wook, and Yoo Ji Tae. Seo Jung Hoo (Ji Chang Wook) is a special kind of night courier. His clients only know him by his nickname “Healer.” He is working together with a genius hacker to get whatever his clients want but murder.
However, his latest job leads him to a reporter named Chae Young Shin ( Park Min Young ) and a successful reporter, Kim Moon Ho (Yoo Ji Tae). He begins unveiling his own past mystery with the two reporters, putting them all in danger.
4. “Fight for My Way” (2017)
“Fight for My Way” (2017) is a romantic sports drama aired on KBS in 2017. The popular series starring Park Seo Joon, Kim Ji Won, Ahn Jae Hong, and Song Ha Yoon. The story revolved around romances between two couples and how they support each other to achieve their dreams.
5. “Bad Guys” (2014)
“Bad Guys” is an action thriller drama starring Kim Sang Joong, Park Hae Jin, Jo Dong Hyuk, Ma Dong Seok, and Kang Ye Won. The story follows a team of criminals made by the Police Chief to combat rising violent crimes.
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