Unbreakable Bonds: 5 K-Dramas With Best Bromances

Unbreakable Bonds: 5 K-Dramas With Best Bromances
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If you prefer true friendship and brotherly love to sugary romance, these five definitely fit the bill.

Romance K-dramas are a pretty common thing since love stories are one of the most popular genres in the medium, but what about bromance?

Well, if you're looking for K-dramas that feature male characters with strong bonds and great chemistry between them, these five should get you covered.

Bloodhounds (2023)

This Netflix series follows a duo of former Marines turned boxers who enter the world of private loans and become increasingly entangled in elaborate schemes.

Filled with visceral action, it also features great chemistry between the two male leads, portrayed by Woo Do-hwan and Lee Sang-yi, resulting in a beautiful story about true friendship.

One Ordinary Day (2021)

Kim Hyun-soo's promising life as an exemplary university student turns to dust when he spends a night with a girl he has just met, only to find her dead the next morning.

Now a prime suspect in a murder case, his only hope of clearing his name lies in the hands of Shin Joong-han, a lawyer who nearly failed his exam and the only person who believes in Kim Hyun-soo's innocence.

D.P. (2021-2023)

Based on the webtoon D.P. Dog's Day, the story revolves around a special military police team that specializes in tracking down and arresting deserters from the army.

Over the course of two seasons, the two main characters go through hell and back together, forming an unbreakable bond, and their relationship provides a warm feeling despite the intense and dramatic nature of the series.

Bad and Crazy (2021-2022)

Ryu Soo-yeol is a police detective with a rather flexible moral compass, who is very ambitious and chooses the cases that will help him climb the career ladder.

However, his life is turned upside down when he encounters a seemingly insane man known only as K, who is determined to uphold justice.

Miraculous Brothers (2023)

Yuk Dong-joo struggles to make ends meet, forced to take part-time jobs while writing novels, which has always been his passion.

But when he crosses paths with Kang-san, a mysterious boy with extraordinary abilities, both are thrown into a whirlwind of inexplicable events that defy the laws of time itself.