3 Reasons Not to Miss ‘Fated to Love You’ Korean Remake!

A popular trend these days in the drama world is remakes of hit shows from other countries. Did you know that "It Started With a Kiss" from Taiwan moved to Korea with “Playful Kiss” before making its way to Japan again with “Mischievous Kiss: Love in TOKYO”? Now, we’ll see how Korea’s answer to Taiwan’s “Fated to Love You” will do with its launch today!

Here are three reasons why you should be excited to watch “Fated to Love You (Korean version)”!


The Original 2008 Taiwanese Drama Was a Huge Hit

Ethan Ruan and Chen Xin Yi had magical on-screen chemistry, which helped the Taiwanese idol drama earn the highest TV rating and hold the record since 2008. At the 43rd Golden Bell Awards, “Fated to Love You” was recognized as the Best Television Series of 2008.

The sizzling chemistry of the original 2008 Taiwanese ‘Fated to Love You’ 

The Two Jangs Reunite on the Small Screen

After playing the lead roles opposite each other in the popular 2002 drama “Successful Story of a Bright Girl,” Jang Hyuk and Jang Na Ra meet again on the small screen for the first time in 12 years in the Korean remake of this much-anticipated new drama.

 Jang Hyuk plays Lee Gun, the rich heir to a large company,  in ‘Fated to Love You (Korean version)























Jang Na Ra is Kim Mi Young, an average-looking secretary,  in ‘Fated to Love You (Korean version)


Follow Hot, Rising Celebrities Choi Jin Hyuk and Wang Ji Won

Over the past year, Choi Jin Hyuk has been working nonstop, starring in “Heirs,” “ Emergency Couple,” and “Grandpas Over Flowers Investigation Team.” There’s no rest for him as he continues here, playing the role of Daniel.

Choi Jin Hyuk plays Daniel, Lee Gun’s rival, in ‘Fated to Love You (Korean version)’ 

Wang Ji Won recently completed “I Need Romance 3” and now laces up her ballet shoes again in the role of Kang Se Ra. Did you know she originally debuted as a ballerina with the Korean national ballet group?

Wang Ji Won as Kang Se Ra, Lee Gun’s sassy ballerina fiancée,  in ‘Fated to Love You (Korean version)

What are you most looking forward to about “Fated to Love You (Korean version)”? Share with us in the comments!

Watch the first episode now below:



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