8 Best Comedy K-Dramas That Will Make You Go ROFL

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Searching for a good watch to laugh your heart out? Then, check out this list of best comedy K-dramas that will make you choke with their funniest punch lines.

Author: Supalee Dalai | Credit: IMDb

Shopping King Louie (2016): A rich heir, who is addicted to shopping, one day finds himself trapped in Seoul with no memory and no one to help except a sweet rural girl beside him.

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Welcome to Waikiki (2018): The series follows three struggling friends with big dreams, running a guest house in the city that is anything but profitable.

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Mr. Queen (2020): The story of a famous chef who time travels and enters the body of a Joseon-era queen.

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Reply 1988 (2015): A family drama movie starring Lee Hyeri, it’s a nostalgic tale of five childhood friends in one neighbourhood, set in 1988.

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The Sound of Your Heart (2016): Full of hilarious twists, this drama is based on the story of an aspiring comic writer and his strange family.

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Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok-Joo (2016): A coming-of-age drama featuring first love, dream, and more, revolves around a group of college athletes.

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Strong Girl Bong-soon (2017): Revolving around a woman with superhuman strength, the drama is a rollercoaster ride of hilarious twists and sweet romance.

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I'm Not a Robot (2017): The series follows a wealthy man who falls in love with a girl pretending to be a robot.