My Demon is Netflix‘s latest K-Drama. With Kim Yoo Jung directing as the wealthy heiress Do Do Hee and Song Kang playing the formidable demon Gu Won, the two protagonists make for a striking visual combination. It is highly acclaimed K-Drama that has been released on November 24, 2023. It is available for streaming on Wavve in South Korea and on Netflix in selected regions.
In an Instagram post, the video gives fans a glimpse behind the scenes, showcasing the off-screen chemistry between lead actors Kim Yoo Jung and Song Kang. The compilation captures lighthearted exchanges, shared food, bloopers, playful beach antics, and a heartfelt goodbye wave from Kim Yoo Jung. Now, fans are looking more tv series like ‘My Demon’. We bring 10 TV series like ‘My Demon’ for you. Have a look!
1. A Time Called You (2023)
In the series ‘A Time Called You’, Jun-hee, a year after the death of her boyfriend Yeon-jun in 2023, is still grieving. She finds a way to go back in time to 1998, where she awakens to find herself in the body of Min-ju, who is eighteen. Show stars Kim Yoo-jung, Song Kang, Lee Sang-yi, and Kim Hae-sook.
2. Extraordinary You (2019)
The television series revolves on Eun Dan-oh (Kim Hye-yoon), a high school student attending a famous academy. She accidentally learns one day that the world she lives in is a fantastical comic book universe. Series stars Kim Hye-yoon, Rowoon, Lee Jae-wook, Lee Na-eun, Jung Gun-joo, Kim Young-dae.
3. My Lovely Liar (2023)
My Lovely Liar (Korean: 소용없어 거짓말) is a 2023 South Korean television series which depicts the story of a woman who can’t trust people because of her ability to hear lies and uncovers the truth while getting entangled with a murder suspect whose innocence no one believes in. The show casts Kim So-hyun as Mok Sol-hee, Hwang Min-hyun as Kim Do-ha, Seo Ji-hoon as Lee Kang-min and Lee Si-woo as Sha On/Sa Ji On.
4. May I Help You?
May I Help You? starring Lee Hye-ri and Lee Jun-young that premiered on MBC TV on October 19, 2022, and aired every Wednesday and Thursday at 21:50 (KST).
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Movie synopsis read as, “Butler Kim (Lee Jun-young), a man who replaces errands that start at 100 won per day, and Baek Dong-ju (Lee Hye-ri), a funeral director who grants the wishes of the dead, running an errand company.”
5. A Piece of Your Mind
A Piece of Your Mind is a series that depicts the story between Moon Ha-won (Jung Hae-In) and Han Seo-woo (Chae Soo-Bin).
Han Seo-woo works as a classical music recording engineer. Her life is unstable without a family or house, but she is a positive person. The show stars, Jung Hae-in as Moon Ha-won, Chae Soo-bin as Han Seo-woo, Lee Ha-na as Moon Soon-ho and Kim Sung-kyu as Kang In-wook.
6. Where Stars Land
Where Stars Land starring Lee Je-hoon and Chae Soo-bin which follows the lives of employees at Incheon International Airport.
7. Wednesday 3:30 PM (2017)
Wednesday 3:30 PM is a story about a girl called Sun Eun-woo (Jin Ki-joo) who was dumped by her boyfriend and tries win him back by making him jealous. With the help of her friends from childhood, Yoon Jae-won (Lee Hong-bin) and herself, she fabricates a “lovestagram” (love + Instagram).
8. Tempted (2018)
Tempted is romantic melodrama that depicts the lives of a young man and woman who begin to discover their true feelings whilst playing the dangerous game of love. The popular 18th-century French novel Les Liaisons Dangereuses by Pierre Choderlos de Laclos serves as the basis for the television programme.
9. Splash Splash Love (2015)
Splash Splash Love is story about Danbi who is a senior high school student taking the College Scholastic Ability Test (CSAT). However, she is not good at mathematics and was reluctant to take the exam. On exam day, she decides to run away and stop by a playground, wishing she would disappear when she heard a drum in a puddle of water nearby.
As she has the ability to travel through spacetime, she took a leap of faith and jumped into the puddle of water and into the Joseon era. In this Korean television series starring Kim Seul-gi and Yoon Doo-joon.
10. Coffee Prince (2007)
Coffee Prince is based on the novel of the same name written by Lee Sun-mi which portrays the story of an unlikely romance between a tomboyish woman, who dresses like a man in order to get work, and a young food empire mogul. Series casts Yoon Eun-hye as Go Eun-chan, Gong Yoo as Choi Han-gyeol, Lee Sun-kyun as Choi Han-sung and Chae Jung-an as Han Yoo-joo.