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15 Funniest Korean Dramas To Watch Now (2022)


Korean Dramas are popular for the romance genre but what about other genres like comedy? If you are curious about this question and want k-dramas to put you in a good mood Don’t worry cause we got you covered here are fifteen funny Korean dramas for a good laugh.

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So, let’s have a good laugh together.

15. The Master’s Sun (2013)

The master's sun
  • Genre: Horror, Comedy
  • Episodes: 17
  • Watch On: Netflix, Viki

A comedy-drama with horror elements sounds cringey but trust me it’s not.

The drama center’s around women who has ability to see ghosts after surviving an accident and a man who owns a department center and a hotel.

This drama has lightweight comedy and has emotional scenes to weigh you down.


14. The Sound Of Your Heart (2016)

The sound of your heart
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Episodes: 20
  • Watch On: Netflix

If you love simple humor then this Korean drama is perfect for you.

Based on the webtoon of the same name, the drama follows the hilarious adventures of a webtoon artist and his family.


13. Modern Farmer (2014)

Modern farmer
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Episodes: 20
  • Watch On: Viki

Excellent Souls is a rock band and they decide on moving to the countryside and start to take farming as an escape from loan sharks.

This k-drama has a blend of music and humor genres, watch this if you want light and quick laughs.


12. Fight For My Way (2017)

Fight my way
  • Genre: Romance, Comedy
  • Episodes: 16
  • Watch On: Netflix, Viki

The story follows four childhood friends who are trying to survive in this world while fighting between love and passion.

Park Seo Joon and Kim Ji Won nailed comedy in this drama and you will be replaying aegyo scenes of Choi Aera and Dong Man for sure.


11. Strong Women Do Bong Soon (2017)

Strong woman do bong soon
  • Genre: Romance, Comedy
  • Episodes: 16
  • Watch On: Netflix, Viki

Bong Soo has superhuman strength since birth and she is hired by the CEO of a gaming company as a bodyguard after watching her fight with a gang.

You won’t forget this drama as you will be replaying all scenes between Park Hyung Sik and Park Bo Young for comic relief.

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10. Goblin (2016)

Goblin
  • Genre: Fantasy, Romance, Comedy
  • Episodes: 16
  • Watch On: Netflix, Viki

You might think why we included a romance fantasy genre drama in this list, well take that out and this k-drama becomes a comedic masterpiece.

Gong Yoo and Lee Dong Wook’s bromance comedy is top-notch and when paired with Kim Go this drama takes comedy to next level.

Every funny line in this drama is iconic that is used by many meme pages and fans won’t get sick of it.

Recommended: Best Romantic Korean Dramas On Netflix


9. My Only Love Song (2017)

My only love song
  • Genre: Historical, Comedy
  • Episodes: 20
  • Watch On: Netflix

This drama is a historical lesson for comedy nerds.

A money-minded actress falls into a time portal and is transported back to Goryeo Era where she meets Oh dal who aspires to make money.


8. True Beauty (2020)

True beauty
  • Genre: Romance, Comedy
  • Episodes: 16
  • Watch On: Viki

The drama revolves around Ju Kyung who is often bullied at school for being ugly but, her life changes as she discovers makeup tutorials on the internet.

The actors in this drama deserve all the praise as their effort has fully paid off and especially love the “Okey Dokey” dance scene which made fans all over the world laugh.

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7. Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok Joo (2016)

Weightlifting fairy Kim bok joo
  • Genre: Romance, Comedy
  • Episodes: 16
  • Watch On: Netflix

If you don’t know the line “Do You Love Messi?” then you might be living under a rock.

The drama revolves around Bok Joo a weightlifter, and Joon Hyung a swimmer both got off on a false start but eventually fall in love.

The trio gang of Bok Joo and the male lead nailed it and only their facial expressions are enough to make you laugh all day.


6. Rooftop Prince (2012)

Rooftop prince
  • Genre: Historical, Comedy
  • Episodes: 20
  • Watch On: Netflix, Viki

If you are looking for fast laughs then you need to watch this drama.

A crown prince is transported to the 21st century with his retainers and there he meets our female lead who resembles his deceased princess.


5. Good Manager (2017)

Good manager

Sung Ryong manages money for gangs but with a stroke of luck, he ends up working in a corporate company and fights against irrationality and corruption within the company.

You will remember the characters in this drama as they are designed to make you laugh throughout the entire series.


4. Shopping King Louis (2016)

Shoppin king louis
  • Genre: Comedy, Romance
  • Episodes: 16
  • Watch On: Netflix, Viki

The whole cinderella plot of the drama is hilarious and Seo In Guk pulled off his character quite well.

Louis is a rich heir who lives a lavish lifestyle and is a shopaholic to his bones. Later he turns homeless after suffering from amnesia which leads to meeting our female lead who teaches him to live with minimal requirements.


3. Mr. Queen (2020)

Mr. Queen
  • Genre: Historical, Comedy
  • Episodes: 20
  • Watch On: Viki

Mr. Queen was one of the best Korean dramas of 2020 and totally deserved it. Almost all scenes in this drama are designed to make you laugh and you bond to love the character of the court lady.

The drama is about a flirty chef who is transported back to the past but in a soon-to-be princess body.

Recommended: Best Korean Dramas On Amazon Prime Video


2. Fiery Priest (2019)

Fiery priest
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Episodes: 40
  • Watch On: Netflix

Ok before you watch this drama here’s a serious warning do not watch this while eating because you might end up choking.

The story revolves around a priest who has anger management issues, a foul-mouthed priest, and a timid detective, all of them work together to solve the murder case of an elderly priest.

Recommended: Best Korean Dramas Of 2019


1. Welcome To Waikiki (2018)

Welcome to waikiki

Welcome To Waikiki is the funniest Korean Drama that you will ever watch.

The drama is about three friends who aspire to become artists and they gather around a guesthouse to fund their film but things don’t turn out as they planned.

This drama is full of slapstick comedy scenes that are sure to make all your senses off.


CONCLUSION

Which is your funny Korean drama is your favorite? Let us know in the comment section below.