The girl is the “superhero” while the guy is the computer whiz behind the scenes supporting her.
James Cameron was also the creator and even directs the epic finale (unfortunately, there is a cliffhanger due to the show’s unfortunate cancellation).
(Basically, if you love the old-fashioned romance style of Jane Austen, the Bronte sisters, romanticism, romantic comedies, and/or fairytales, then trust me, you should be watching K-Dramas.) The addicting romance is part romantic comedy, part drama, part fairy tale, and isn’t afraid to deal with complex issues.
Somehow you’ll find yourself rooting for Jan-di and Goo Joon-pyo to be together despite their rocky start and his “evil” mother.
The unusual romance about a girl who pretends to be a boy (and then falls in love with a boy who believes she’s a boy – man that’s a mouthful) will captivate you from the start.In celebration of Valentine’s Day, I thought it would be fun to put the spotlight on 50 of the most romantic TV Shows from around the world.Now this, by all means, is not an all comprehensive list!And to make it easier for all of you looking for your next binge-watch (or slow burn if that’s more your style), I also include where you can watch these fantastic TV Shows (when available)!Who knows, you may find yourself with something new to fall in love with.Streaming Services included in List: Acorn TV (British and Australian TV), Amazon Prime, Dramafever (International – mostly K-Dramas), Fullscreen Streaming, Hulu, Netflix, PBS Passport, Viki (International shows – mostly Asian).