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    Unexpectedly, Special Korean Drama 18 Years Old and Over, Shows Adult Scenes

    Sunday, September 19, 2021, September 19, 2021 EDT Last Updated 2021-09-20T13:16:11Z

    Kiss scenes are something that is often found in Korean dramas. However, there are some Korean dramas that feature adult scenes and this is only for ages 18 and over. What are Korean dramas 18 years and over?

    In 2021, there are a number of Korean dramas that are labeled only for adults. One of them is The Penthouse series, which in 2021 will continue to season 2 and season 3. And in previous years there were also dramas labeled 18+ such as It's Okay, That's Love.

    The following are Korean dramas specifically for 18 years and over:

    Nevertheless, Korean dramas over 18 years old show mature scenes. Photo: (doc. Netflix)

    1. My Wife Is Having an Affair This Week

    In My Wife Is Have an Affair This Week, Do Hyun Woo (Lee Sun Gyun) thinks his marriage is going well when he suddenly discovers that things may not be going so smoothly between him and his wife. As he digs deeper into the reasons behind the breakdown of his marriage, he begins to realize that infidelity is the end of his relationship with his wife.

    Although this drama does not condone infidelity, the story shows that sometimes people cheat not just for fun or just out of lust. Indeed, there may be many factors that cause a person to seek a partner outside of their marriage. This drama also shows that we are not always the good people we think we are. On the other hand, we sometimes deceive ourselves into believing that we have done everything as it should be.

    2. It's Okay, That's Love

    It's Okay That's Love, 18+ Korean drama featuring adult scenes Photo: SBS doc

    It's Okay That's Love tells the story of a meeting between popular novelist Jang Jae Yeol (played by Jo In Sung) and psychiatrist Ji Hae Soo (played by Gong Hyo Jin) who hate each other. However, when Hae Soo finds out the house he lives in belongs to Jae Yeol, he has to put up with his arrogant attitude.

    Despite their hatred for each other, Jae Yeol and Hae Soo find the two very similar due to past traumas. It's Okay That's Love is one of the Korean dramas that is most closely related to mental health and shows the character's journey to heal.

    In addition to the mental health story, this drama is also interesting because of the romance of Jang Jae Yeol and Ji Hae Soo. Labeled as a Korean drama 18 years and over, Jo In Sung and Gong Hyo Jin performed a number of adult scenes in It's Okay That's Love.

    3. Another Miss Oh

    This Korean drama tells the story of Park Do-kyung (Eric Mun) being left at the altar on his wedding day by his bride, Oh Hae-young (Jeon Hye-bin). He was told that his bride would marry someone else.

    However, it turns out that Oh Hae-young (Seo Hyun-ji) happens to have the same name as her ex-fiancé. Worse, Park Do-kyung constantly has visions of this unknown woman and can't get them out of her head. The kiss scene in Another Miss Oh is considered very hot.

    4. What's Wrong With Secretary Kim

    Park Min-young and Park Seo-joon became the main actors of the Korean drama What's Wrong With Secretary Kim. They are often referred to as the best kissers on screen.

    Park Seo-joon plays Lee Young-joon, the narcissistic CEO of a prestigious company and his secretary, Kim Mi-so is the sanity behind his madness. When the secretary announces his resignation, Youn-joon is faced with feelings he never realized.

    What's Wrong With Secretary Kim, 18+ adult Korean drama Photo: TvN

    Young-joon doesn't realize how to handle his feelings and how to win over Mi-so. They soon realize their chemistry and feelings for each other but have to keep it a secret from their peers. There are a number of romantic and passionate kiss scenes that will give you goosebumps so What's Wrong With Secretary Kim becomes a Korean drama 18 years and over.

    5. Fight For My Way

    Korean actor, Park Seo-joon is a famous famous actor. She is known for her roles in a number of K-dramas and people adore her for her acting and dedication to romantic roles. He played Ko Dong-man on the show, Fight For My Way.

    The drama centers around Dong-man, a former taekwondo fighter who tries to find his purpose in life again. He and his childhood friend, Choi Ae-ra (Kim Ji-won) soon begin to realize that they have something more. This drama presents the bed scene of Park Seo Joon and Kim Ji Won.

    6. The World Of Married

    This drama tells about the marriage of Ji Sun Woo, a beautiful and successful family doctor, to Lee Tae Oh, the man behind the movie screen. In the beginning of their married life, the two were harmonious and romantic until finally Ji Sun Woo found out that her husband was having an affair with Yeo Da Kyung, the son of an official in the area where he lived. Various adult scenes displayed by The World Of Married make it labeled a Korean drama 18 years and over.

    7. Nevertheless

    Nevertheless, starring Song Kang and Han So Hee, it is one of the newest 2021 romantic dramas to be given an adult rating by the broadcasting TV station, JTBC. This Korean drama, which airs on Netflix, features Song Kang and Han So Hee in an intimate kissing scene to undressing. So it is not surprising that since the beginning of the screening of this Korean drama, it was labeled only for adults and aired at 11.00 pm.

    Nevertheless, 18+ Korean dramas show mature scenes. Photo: (doc. Instagram @jtbcdrama)

    8. The Penthouse 2

    The Korean drama The Penthouse 2 has been labeled 19+ since its premiere episode. This SBS drama not only shows scenes of infidelity but also violence that is not suitable for teenagers.

    The Korean drama The Penthouse 2 focuses on the revenge of Oh Yoon Hee, the secret of Shim Su Ryeon, and the children of Hera Palace. They compete to be the best at Cheong-ah Art School as their parents demand.

    Those are eight Korean dramas 18 years and over, aka adults only, which can be a choice for watching in your spare time, of course, for those of you who are over 18 years old.

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