Korean dramas are full of good-looking actors and actresses, but let’s not forget their equally good-looking homes! If you’re suffering from K-drama withdrawals, consider styling your home after these six on-screen houses and start re-living your K-drama fantasies.
Crash Landing on You
There was something other than the handsome Captain Ri that got fans talking about Crash Landing On You, and that’s Yoon Se-ri’s contemporary apartment. The female protagonist’s tropical-inspired home boasts an indoor garden and striking colours reflecting her bold personality, as well as geometric elements, such as the angular ceiling and triangular shelves. Warm ceiling lights add to the cosy factor of her apartment, setting the tone for several heartwarming scenes with Ri Jeong-hyeok.
In this romantic tragedy starring Kim Woo Bin, fans got a glimpse of Shin Joon-Young’s modern man cave. Minimalist and decked in shades of grey and muted blues, the room exudes masculine characteristics with dark wooden furniture and sharp, bold lines. The focal point of the room is undeniably the giant self-portrait accompanied by a smaller one above the headboard—two art pieces that add subtle class and personality to the room.
Kim Shin’s house in Goblin is absolutely spectacular, and it shouldn’t come as a surprise since he had up to 300 years to decorate it! The mid-century modern mansion features marble floors, opulent lights, antique furniture and lots of plants. One of the most popular scenes from the drama features him and the Grim Reaper seated at opposite ends of this sleek wooden table, feasting in silence in front of gorgeous arched windows.
In a satirical drama surrounding the lives of Korea’s wealthiest, you can bet that the characters won’t settle for just any home. A peek into one of their less-than-humble abodes showcases a rustic interior that marries classic elements with wooden furnishings. Hints of greenery bring life into every corner of the house, with the mantel and coffered ceiling adding extra sophistication to this spacious living room.
Han Jipyeong’s apartment in Start-Up screams luxury. Boasting views overlooking the Han River, the stunning penthouse is a dimly-lit haven with warm hues and pops of turquoise. It’s obvious from the interior that this particular homeowner is a fan of lavish lights, ranging from fancy chandeliers to built-in wall lights and quirky lamps.
Touch Your Heart
Oh Yoon Seo’s bright and cheerful personality is reflected across her home’s four walls, all of which feature a colour-blocked design with soft pastel hues. Her shelves and tables also come with delicate gold detailing, which adds a classy flair to the room’s playful vibe. A plush sofa with fluffy pillows and a huge teddy bear rounds off the cosy look.