You’re the sort of fan who doesn’t stop at watching but goes the extra mile, imagining yourself actually living within the world of your favorite K-dramas with your favorite actors as roommates. Here are five K-drama houses we dream of moving into. Take a look!

1. The ‘Welcome to Waikiki’ guesthouse
Photo: JTBC

Three friends struggling in the film industry open guesthouse Waikiki to fund their own film. But when a mysterious single mother with a baby shows up, their lives go in a very different direction.

2. The knights’ house in “Cinderella and Four Knights”
Photo: tvN

After losing her mother in a tragic accident, Ha Won (Park So Dam) feels distant from her new family and after a series of fateful events winds up living in a mansion with four handsome men.

As a side note, the filming location of the Ha Neul house is South Cape, a golf resort located in Korea’s south beach. Bae Yong Joon and Park Soo Jin went on a romantic vacation there two summers ago.

3. Gong Hyo Jin’s house in “It’s Okay, That’s Love”
Photo: SBS

Photo: SBS

In “It’s Okay, That’s Love,” Jae Yeol, a radio DJ with an obsessive compulsive disorder, is matched with psychiatrist Hae Soo, and their relationship evolves to much more than that of a patient and a doctor. In the second episode, Jang Jae Yeol (Jo In Sung) moves into Ji Have Soo’s (Gong Hyo Jin) house, and becomes her new housemate joining current tenants Jo Dong Min (Sung Dong Il), and Park Soo Kwang (Lee Kwang Soo).

4. ‘Full House’
Photo: SBS

Han Ji Eun (Song Hye Kyo) gets swindled into an all-inclusive trip to China. Soon after the scam, she finds herself in a foreign country, broke and unable to reach her friends in Korea. She asks the man she met on the plane for help. The man, a hotshot actor called Lee Young Jae (Rain), helps her get back to Korea. But she has no home to return to because the frauds had sold it off while she was away. In a bizarre twist of fate, her old house is now in the hands of the man she met on the plane.

5. The ‘Goblin‘ house
Photo: tvN

Do you remember Kim Shin (Gong Yoo) telling Ji Eun Tak (Kim Go Eun), “No need to summon me now. I’m by your side” on episode 5? It’s also the episode where Kim Shin says “I love you” for the first time.

Check our more K-drama houses here and here!

Which of the K-drama houses do you want to move into? Please comment below with your choice!

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