Poignant, Thought-Provoking Dramas
These either featured situations that left you considering the scenario if it could personally affect you or characters whose choices and convictions had you pondering over their circumstances. I have left notes about the questions these dramas ask, to give an idea about their nature - it is not possible to cover every thing, however.
Korean Drama - 2015, 16 episodes
- "Why do people hurt others? But then again, why can't they hurt others?"
- Every case has something to say, something to disclose - about the main characters and/or human psyche in general.
- Are monsters created? Or are they inherently like that?
- What would you do when you finally face the person who took the lives of the ones you loved? Can you be the bigger person, or would you reduce to the level of the culprit too?
- Can murder ever be justified?
3. Good Doctor
Korean Drama - 2013, 20 episodes
- What makes a good doctor? Someone who is a genius at medicine yet fails to communicate? Or a doctor of average skills but ability for communication?
Korean Drama - 2019, 32 episodes
- It makes one bold statement: relationships are fragile
- Explores the power our image about ourselves has on us, our thoughts, and our decisions - how the wrong presumptions can be our ultimate downfall.
- It shows how incredibly easy it is to be the person you were cursing yesterday.
Korean Drama - 2019, 16 episodes
- What role does a child's upbringing have on their conduct with others?
- How exactly do parents encourage their children's bad habits?
- How responsible are the parents if their child is a bully?