8 Best Countryside K-Dramas to Watch


Yoon Hye-jin, a dentist, relocates to Gongjin village. She opens a clinic and bonds with Chief Hong. Their romance unfolds amidst village life's intricacies.

Hometown Cha Cha Cha

In Samdalri, childhood friends Yong-pil and Sam-dal reunite after life takes them on different paths. Despite challenges, they rediscover their bond when Sam-dal returns home.

Welcome to Samdalri

Cellist Mok Hae-won returns to Bookhyun Village encountering former classmate Im Eun-seob. Amidst cold winter, they find solace in each other's company, healing past scars & blossoming into love.

When The Weather Is Fine

In Jou-ri Doldam, Jin raises her son Kang-ho alone after her husband's death. Kang-ho becomes a lawyer, returns home after an accident, and reconnects with the past.

The Good Bad Mother

Seoul vet Han Ji-yul moves to Huidong village to manage his grandfather's clinic. He encounters policewoman Ahn Ja-young and faces challenges adjusting to small-town life's intricacies.

Once Upon a Small Town 

Set on Jeju Island, the series intricately intertwines the stories of various characters, showcasing human connection, compassion, and redemption in a stunning narrative.

Our Blues

In Ongsan, single mother Dong-baek faces challenges while running her bar, Camellia. She encounters love with playful police officer Yong-sik amidst a threat from a notorious killer.

When the Camellia Blooms

Summer Strike follows individuals who leave city life for a simpler existence in an unfamiliar place, seeking self-discovery through idleness.

Summer Strike

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