Korean dramas have become the ‘it’ genre for anyone who is into watching TV shows. They are so mysterious, funny, romantic and often times filled with action too.
However, seeing as most of the dramas have a mix of all these, which series actually concentrates on the action stuff? Here’s a list of 5 of the best K-Dramas in terms of physical fights, chases and all that thrilling stuff.
1. Fight for My Way
Life can get pretty tough when we dream of doing big things but face so many obstacles to achieving them. Ko Dong Man (Park Seo Joon) used to practice Taekwondo but something along his growth hurt him terribly which forced him to go into mixed martial arts instead.
Meanwhile, Choi Ae Ra (Kim Ji Won) is a sassy lady working at the information desk of a department store. She dreams of becoming an announcer.
Follow the duo as well as Kim Joo Man (Ahn Jae Hong) and Baek Seol Hee (Song Ha Yoon) on tonton through the journey of achieving their dreams.
2. Criminal Minds: Korea
We all know just how dramatic the American version of Criminal Minds can get and the Korean version is no different. Packed with mind-boggling mysteries and frantic chases, this drama will keep everyone on the edge of our seats for sure.
The story revolves around Kim Hyun Joon (Lee Joon Gi) who went through tremendous traumatic experiences which have left him with little sympathy for any wrong-doers.
He and a team of highly trained profilers do their best to solve crimes and chase after criminals. Follow their thrilling adventures on tonton now!
3. Circle: Two Worlds Connected
This series is set in 2017 and 2037. It is a science fiction mystery drama which features twins Kim Woo Jin (Yeo Jin Goo) and Kim Bum Gyun (An Woo Yeon).
When the twins were much younger, they witnessed an alien arriving at planet earth which changed their lives completely after that. Then, in 2017, there were many unusual suicide cases in the boys’ university.
In 2037, Kim Joon Hyuk (Kim Kang Woo) is a crime detective who got interested in how the twins suddenly went missing back in 2017. The current world’s state is somehow connected to the two boys and Joon Hyuk tries his best to solve the mystery.
Unravel the puzzle with these characters on tonton and discover a whole new world (or two!).
4. The K2
Murder, politics, love, deceit, revenge and bloodshed all wrapped up in 16 episodes of a single drama may seem overwhelming, but it will be so suspenseful that it will drag you into the show itself.
Kim Je Ha (Ji Chang Wook) is also known as K2. He was framed for the murder of his lover while he was working in Iraq and so became a fugitive. He finds his way back into South Korea and was lucky enough to be hired by Choi Yoo Jin (Song Yoon Ah) and Jang Se Joon (Jo Sung Ha).
The trio share the same enemy, Park Kwan Soo (Kim Kap Soo). Binge watch all 16 nail-biting episodes on tonton now and don’t miss out on any details.
5. Under the Black Moonlight
This drama is by far the shortest one compared to other dramas on the list with only 9 episodes. It follows the story of Kang Woo (Nam Tae Hyun) who invited his friends over to his family’s mountain cabin for a stay.
Kang Woo’s mother (Kim Seo Ra) feels that no one is good enough for her son, including Wol Ha (Kim Soo Yun), the lead female character.
But perhaps, it could be because Wol Ha looks a lot like the angry spirit whom have constantly threatened to expose the family’s secrets out to the whole world.
What could that mysterious and sinister secrets be? Find out through tonton today.
Well, now you know which shows to binge-watch! Log onto tonton now and get caught up in the dramatic fight scenes. Perhaps you could learn some taekwondo moves of your own.