From “Autumn in My Heart” to “Crash Landing on You” , here’s a list of top 7 Tearjerker moments in K-dramas that left fans emotional

K-dramas, or Korean dramas, have an incredible ability to craft stories that speak to the deepest depths of our emotions. These shows have a way of making us laugh, cry out, and feel every emotion in between, thanks to captivating plotlines and unforgettable characters. It’s not uncommon for viewers to find themselves on an emotional rollercoaster in the world of K-dramas, and some moments stand out for their sheer power to bring tears to our eyes.

Let’s look at the top 7 tearjerker moments in K-dramas that had viewers reaching for tissues and feeling a deep connection to the characters.

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1) “Autumn in My Heart”
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The separation scene between the primary characters, Eun-suh and Joon-suh, in the classic drama “Autumn in My Heart,” stays in the hearts of fans. The performers’ real passion as they bid farewell is both beautiful and heartbreaking, making it a moment that transcends language barriers.

2) “Goblin”

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“Goblin” has become a modern K-drama masterpiece, with Eun-tak’s heartbreaking goodbye to Kim Shin being one of its most tear-jerking moments. The delicate balance of love and sacrifice is depicted beautifully, leaving viewers with a bittersweet pain that remains long after the program has ended.

3) “Descendants of the Sun”
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The scene in “Descendants of the Sun” when Kang Mo-yeon finds Yoo Si-jin’s alleged death is heartbreaking for viewers. The obvious sorrow and astonishment on Song Hye-kyo’s face make this sequence an emotional tour de force that will speak to everyone who has ever experienced the unexpected loss of a loved one.

4) “Scarlet Heart: Ryeo”

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“Scarlet Heart: Ryeo” takes viewers on a time-traveling adventure, with one of the most heartbreaking scenes occurring when the Fourth Prince, Wang So, writes a letter to Hae-soo. Lee Joon-gi’s character’s statements are sincere and profound, bringing another level of emotional complexity to this historical drama.

5) “It’s Okay to Not Be Okay”
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Moon-young’s terrible childhood memories are revealed in “It’s Okay to Not Be Okay,” providing viewers with insight into the basis of her emotional issues. This drama’s careful portrayal of mental health concerns strikes a chord, making Moon-young’s healing path a heartbreaking yet therapeutic experience.

6) “My Mister”
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6) “My Mister” “My Mister” is a masterpiece in portraying the complexities of human relationships, and Lee Ji-an’s heartfelt confession to Park Dong-hoon is a pivotal moment. Because of IU’s genuineness and the profound discussion, this scene is a tearjerker that encapsulates the idea of forgiveness and forgiveness.

7) “Crash Landing on You”
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The farewell moment between Yoon Se-ri and Ri Jeong-hyeok in “Crash Landing on You” is a noteworthy tearjerker in the K-drama world. The feelings communicated by the principal characters as they part ways tug at the heartstrings, leaving an unforgettable impact on viewers against the magnificent backdrop of Switzerland.