Song Hye Kyo is arguably one of the most successful actresses in Korean dramas. She might only be 39 years old, but her acting career has already spanned over two decades! After a two-year hiatus, rumor has it that our Hallyu queen will be starring in a new fashion drama next year, and it's reportedly called Now, We Are Breaking Up.


So, to get hyped up for her much-awaited return to the small screen, here are five Song Hye Kyo dramas you can watch on our fave streaming platforms, Netflix and Viu!

1. Full House (2004)

Where you can watch it: Netflix

The plot: This rom-com still stands the test of time for its classic storyline and many memorable moments between Song Hye Kyo and Full House leading man, Rain. The drama revolves around aspiring writer Ji Eun (Song Hye Kyo), whose childhood home is accidentally bought by pampered and narcissistic actor Young Jae (Rain). Desperately wanting to get her house back, Ji Eun gets into a contract marriage with Young Jae. Surprisingly, sparks fly between the two polar opposites.

2. Worlds Within (2008)

Where you can watch it: Viu

The plot: How meta can Worlds Within get 'cause it's actually set in the world of Korean drama creators?! College sweethearts Joon Young (Song Hye Kyo) and Ji Oh (Hyun Bin) live lives that are worlds apart: Joon Young coming from a rich family, while Ji Oh's family struggles with money. Sadly, they break up. But years later, the two meet again as drama producers. Ji Oh has already made his name in the industry, and Joon Young is struggling to climb the ladder. They end up working together and rekindle the romance they lost in their younger years.

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3. That Winter, The Wind Blows (2013)

Where you can watch it: Netflix

The plot: Song Hye Kyo got to show her acting range when she played a blind woman in That Winter, The Wind Blows. The 2013 melodrama tells the story of a blind and lonely heiress, Oh Young (Song Hye Kyo), who crosses paths with Oh Soo (Jo In Sung), a talented gambler who originally plans to scam her. The two learn about love and loss and find out that there's more to life than their painful pasts.

4. Descendants Of The Sun (2016)

Where you can watch it: Netflix, Viu

The plot: Descendants Of The Sun is a sweeping military romance like no other and stars Song Hye Kyo as Dr. Kang Mo Yeon and her former husband Song Joong Ki as Captain Yoo Shi Jin. The two start off their romance as a love-struck pair but are quickly torn apart because of their demanding careers. Months after breaking up, the two meet again in Uruk, a fictional country where both of them are stationed for a peacekeeping mission.


5. Encounter (2018)

Where you can watch it: Viu

The plot: Encounter is Song Hye Kyo's last drama and is about Cha Soo Hyun (Song Hye Kyo), a recent divorcee and a daughter of a big-time politician. After the scandal that her divorce drew, she's been trying to rebuild her life by focusing on managing the hotel that she acquired as part of her alimony. On a trip to Cuba, she serendipitously meets the charming and free-spirited Kim Jin Hyeok (Park Bo Gum), with whom she has an instant connection. When Soo Hyun gets back to Korea, she finds out that he actually took on a new job in her hotel.


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