K-dramas With Valuable Teachings About Life And Death


There are series for all occasions and these Korean dramas will be ideal to commemorate Day of the Dead

These dramas include stories that connect us with the afterlife, make us value life and the people we love. Enjoy their episodes today.

The Day of the Dead is a very special day because we remember the people we love and who are no longer among us, that is why in addition to different preparations and a festive atmosphere, nostalgia also makes its way and the K-Dramas are there to accompany us.

In honor of this special date, today we want to tell you about several productions where the afterlife connects with our world, but it does so through lessons and characters that will touch your heart.

Some of these dramas include stories of ghosts and their experiences on Earth, others tell us about second chances, losses and how to overcome them.

Each of these K-Dramas is emotional and charming, it will show you the importance of valuing each day of our life and the people we love the most, so you may want to have tissues nearby in case tears fall in an episode.


Hotel del Luna

Year: 2019

Starring: IU and Yeo Jin Goo

Man Wol lived in an ancient time in Korea, but a betrayal led her to commit a crime and now she remains in the world paying for it. She runs the Hotel del Luna, a place where souls rest and recover before going to the afterlife, so through her vision and that of her new manager we will meet many ghosts and their stories, as well as those of those who They work as hotel staff.

  • Hi Bye Mama

Year: 2020

Starring: Kim Tae Hee, Lee Kyu Hyung, Go Bo Kyul

Yoo Ri had a man she loved and together they would form a family, receiving her first baby, however misfortune occurs and she loses her life, leaving both of them alone. At least that’s what it seems, but the ghost of the girl has remained by her side for 5 years, Yoo Ri receives the opportunity to return to the world of the living for a short time and thus reconnect with her loved ones, but her daughter. he already has another person whom he identifies as his mother.

  • Move to heaven

Year: 2021

Starring: Lee Je Hoon, Tang Joon Sang, Hong Seung Hee

Geu Roo is a hard-working and dedicated young man, he has Asperger’s syndrome and together with his father they started a business called Move to Heaven, where they are in charge of fixing the belongings of those who are no longer alive so that their families can fire them and keep a memory. One day Geu Roo’s father passes away and everything changes.

  • Goblin

Year: 2016

Starring: Kim Go Eun and Gong Yoo

Kim Shin was an ancient warrior, but now he is an immortal being who must wander the world until he finds the girl who is destined to be his girlfriend, because only she can free him from the punishment he is paying. While he waits to find that special person, his path also crosses that of a grim reaper who has lost the memories of him and now must only be the guide who leads the spirits on their way to the afterlife.

  • 49 Days

Year 2011

Starring: Lee Yo Won and Jung Ill Woo

Shin Ji Hyun was a happy girl and she was in a very good moment of her life, since she was also planning to get married. An accident leaves her in a coma and her spirit receives the opportunity to return to how everything was before, but to achieve this she is given a period of 49 days where she must get 3 close people to honestly cry for her.