5 Sports-Themed K-Dramas To Add To Your Watch List

1 Stove League

Baek Seung Soo, a new general manager who must try his hardest to halt the losing streak that the baseball team Dreams have had to endure for far too long, is portrayed by Namgoong Min.

They hire Seung Soo to attempt and strengthen their team because they are in last place, but he accomplishes much more than this. To assemble the ideal team capable of winning a championship, he challenges the higher-ups and forces them to make decisions.

Park Eun Bin also appears in the show as Lee Se Young, the team’s operations manager, who has dedicated her entire life to them.
Watching baseball movies and television shows has a nostalgic and comforting quality, which is probably why “Stove League” is so poignant. The script also does a fantastic job of drawing viewers in from the first minute of the series. Its victory as Best Drama at the 2020 Baeksang Arts Awards shows this drama’s brilliance. Stove League” is a drama that will capture your heart even if it doesn’t have a love story element.

2 Racket Boys

Young students living in a small town and dreaming of becoming successful badminton players are the subject of the television series “Racket Boys,” which stars Tang Jun Sang, Son Sang Yeon, Bang Yoon Dam, Oh Na Ra, and Choi Hyun Wook. The boys put in a lot of effort to compete on a national level to realise their dreams while also dealing with the pressures of maturing.
Becoming emotionally invested in this cast, and their story is straightforward. You’ll watch their games, root for the funny kids, and rejoice when they succeed. To make their portrayals of badminton players as realistic as possible, the actors all underwent specialised training from a knowledgeable coach for more than half a year, which only seems.

3 Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok Joo

 

Kim Bok Joo, portrayed by the lovely Lee Sung Kyung, is a female weightlifting lead in the movie “Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok Joo.” She eventually develops feelings for Jung Joon Hyung (Nam Joo Hyuk), a swimmer she first met when they were young. The two fall in love and start dating on campus. They experience many of the same difficulties and pressures that college students do, but they find solace in supporting one another.
“Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok Joo” focuses on Bok Joo and her career as an athlete, just as the subtitle suggests. She tries to pursue her dream by training, consuming copious quantities of delectable food, and hanging out with her friends.
It is also adorable to see the love story between her and Joon Hyung, both athletes. They try to balance their relationship and the demands of being athletes. You’ll adore their dedication and their adorably sweet romance!

4 Twenty-Five, Twenty One

Nam Joo Hyuk and Kim Tae Ri star in the new tvN series “Twenty Five, Twenty One.” Nam Joo Hyuk portrays Baek Yi Jin, a university student who had to leave because of a family-afflicted national financial crisis. He experiences extreme financial hardship and hits rock bottom. He meets Na Hee Do (Kim Tae Ri), a motivated fencer who strives to become a national champion.
This fencing-based television series is all heart. The fact that Kim Tae Ri plays a passionate and driven character to become the best fencer the world has ever seen makes it so lovable and exciting.
She exudes an infectious enthusiasm for this sport, inspiring Baek Yi Jin to uphold higher moral standards. This is a must-watch series because of the emotional impact of her relationship with Baek Yi Jin.

5 Fight For My Way

Park Seo Joon and Kim Ji Won play two childhood friends who have gone through all the hardships of growing up together in the movie “Fight My Way.” Until Park Seo Joon’s character Go Dong Man realises his deeper feelings for his female best friend Choi Ae Ra, these two are inseparable and view each other as siblings (Kim Ji Won).
The movie “Fight My Way” does a fantastic job of balancing the sport with the emotions of nostalgia and longing for that first love, even though watching mixed martial arts may seem a little violent. It’s so touching to see Choi Ae Ra and Go Dong Man support one another through their struggles.
They have a great love for one another, especially considering how long they have known one another. You’ll also enjoy their arguments and their mutual satire!