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3 Healing Dramas To Watch After ‘Hometown Cha Cha Cha’

You can watch them all on Netflix!

In times like the pandemic, when everything seems to be more stressful and mental health has become an even greater issue, people often turn to different forms of media such as K-dramas to relax and take a break from everything that’s happening. And one of the popular Korean dramas right now is Hometown Cha Cha Cha starring “dimple couple” Shin Min-a and Kim Seon-ho.

The series, which is available on Netflix, is one of those that people refer to as a “healing” show. If you’re not familiar with the term, it doesn’t mean getting better from sickness, but instead means satisfaction in life (or at least an aspect of it), mental health, and physical wellness. (Read: These K-Drama Queens Are Set For Their TV Drama Comebacks!)

Basically, healing means finding comfort and peace of mind even just for a little while through any activity. And if you’re a fan of the dimple couple’s show but want more shows like it, here are some suggestions we have for you! Read on.

Healing K-dramas: Hospital Playlist

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Hospital Playlist is a medical drama that incorporates music into it. The protagonists are five doctors who have been friends since medical school in 1999. They help each other navigate their way through medicine, life, and love, while embarking on fun adventures as friends. It stars Jo Jung-suk, Yoo Yeon-seok, Jung Kyung-ho, Kim Dae-myung, and Jeon Mi-do.

Watch it on Netflix here.

Healing K-dramas: Move to Heaven

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Move to Heaven is an original Netflix series that revolves around a group of trauma cleaners who deal with the untold stories of their clients. Trauma cleaners are those assigned to clean up crime scenes or places where people have died. Along the way, they also encounter the families of the departed, and discover their stories while still living. The show stars Tang Joon-sang, Lee Je-hoon, and Lee Jae-wook. (Read: New K-Drama ‘Move to Heaven’ Puts the Spotlight on Trauma Cleaners)

Check it out on Netflix here.

Healing K-dramas: It’s Okay to Not Be Okay

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This romance drama stars Kim Soo-hyun and Seo Yea-ji, who play an orphaned caregiver and a children’s book author, respectively. They become friends after meeting at a hospital, and together with Soo-hyun’s character’s brother, heal each other’s wounds slowly. The three find comfort in each other and help one another move forward in their lives.

Watch it on Netflix here.

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