Reply 1988, Family Is Number 1, … are all ‘classic’ titles on the subject of family psychology, which are extremely loved by the audience. Family psychology is always a genre that is extremely loved by the audience because of the bright and warm atmosphere expressed in the work. Let’s review the touching Korean dramas with SAOstar that focus on the importance of family.

1. Dear My Friends

Dear My Friends revolves around the lives of middle-aged adults, each with a different story and life, no one is the same. Their story is told from the perspective of Park Wan – a young girl with a strong personality, but inside is always full of contradictions. She is often harassed by her mother’s troubles and the “old friends” next to her. 

2. Reply 1988 (Reply 1988)

Reply 1988 is a movie about the friendship of girls and boys: Sung Duk Sun (Hyeri), Kim Jung Hwan (Ryu Jun Yeol), Sung Sun Woo (Go Kyung Pyo), Ryu Dong Ryong (Lee Dong Hwi ). ) and Choi Taek (Park Bo Gum), had fun and grew up together in the small neighbourhood of Ssangmun Dong – Seoul in the years when the Republic of Korea was in turmoil. They were all childhood friends and close neighbours throughout their youth.

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3. Unstoppable High Kick ( Family Is Number 1)

Family Is Number 1 is a popular family drama series in Korea, revolving around the life stories of Mr Lee Soon Jae’s family. With humorous situations, the irony in the film and the wit of the characters, the film has brought the audience moments of relaxation and warmth. Until now, this is still a “classic” movie title when it comes to family drama.

Reply 1988 Family Is Number 1

4. Famous Chil Princesses

Famous Princesses is one of the most popular Korean dramas in 2006. The film’s content revolves around the life of a family with four beautiful daughters but completely different personalities. . In addition to humorous footage, bringing joy and relaxation to the audience, the film also conveys profound messages about family affection, reflecting real problems in life, especially life. married life of young people. 


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5. What Happens To My Family? (Strange Family)

Weird Family is a movie about the “chaotic” life of the most strange family in the neighbourhood. Widow Cha Soon Bong (Yoo Dong Geun) has dedicated her life to raising her three children. As an adult, the three children Cha Kang Shim (Kim Hyun Joo), Cha Kang Jae (Yoon Bak) and Cha Dal Bong (Park Hyung Shik) all have jobs and positions, but, when they go home, each member is different. lead a very scandalous lifestyle. 

Reply 1988 Family Is Number 1

Because he was not satisfied with the poor treatment of his children, the father decided to take action to correct their mistakes. Countless wacky, equally humorous situations will make viewers feel more comfortable with the “inevitable” conflicts of family members.

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