10 K-Dramas To Watch Revolving Around School Violence To Fill The Void While You Wait For “The Glory” Part 2

The Glory, Song Hye Kyo‘s most recent TV show, has been a huge hit in Korea and around the world.

If you haven’t seen it yet, the story is about Song Hye Kyo‘s character, who gets back at the people who hurt her over and over again in high school.

The show is about both school violence and getting even, which are both common themes in Korean dramas.

The show is split into two parts, though. The first eight episodes came out on December 30, and the last eight will come out in March.

In the meantime, if you want to watch something similar, here are some South Korean K-dramas that are also about school violence.

Weak Hero Class 1

Before The Glory, people were talking about how intense this webtoon-based series was.

In this eight-part drama, Park Jihoon, Choi Hyun Wook, and Hong Kyung fight against violence inside and outside of school.

Watch as Jihoon goes from being our “wink and “jeojang” boy to using scientific ideas to fight bullies.

The King of Pigs

This drama, like The Glory, is about violence and bullying in school and how they hurt people even 20 years later.

This play takes the theme to a whole new level, and it even has a warning label.

Kim Dong Wook and Kim Sung Kyu are in this drama with 12 episodes.

Revenge of Others

This Disney+ drama has the courage to talk about what happens after school violence.

It’s a drama about a girl (Shin Ye Eun) who wants to get revenge for her brother’s death while also finding out about bullying, lies, and murder.

Park Solomon and Seo Ji Hoon are also in the show.

Dokgo Rewind

This web show is about bullying, violence, and bribery in high schools. Watch as Sehun, the youngest member of EXO, takes down two bad school groups that bully students and steal money from them.

Juvenile Justice

This drama isn’t really about bullying, but it is about how a tough judge deals with difficult cases in a juvenile court and how she punishes young offenders.

A courtroom drama to show that kids don’t get away with things.

Kim Hye Soo plays a badass and strict judge in the drama.

Who Are You: School 2015

As part of the School Series, the theme of the 2015 book is bullies.

Because the main character doesn’t have parents and lives in an orphanage, she is picked on by other kids. Watch to see how she changed things for the better.

This drama stars Kim So Hyun, Nam Joo Hyuk, and Yook Sung Jae.

Shadow Beauty

Because she doesn’t look good, the main character’s girlfriend gets picked on at school.

The drama is based on a popular webcomic with the same name.

It tells the story of how the main character, a girl, changes into someone else outside of school and how she fooled the people who picked on her.

This show stars Shim Dal Gi, Hongseok from Pentagon, and Bomin from Golden Child.

All Of Us Are Dead

The whole thing started with a kid who was picked on and pushed off a roof by his bullies. It’s more of a drama with an end of the world theme, but a bully is still a bully no matter what.

True Beauty

Another case of someone being picked on because they aren’t as pretty as someone else.

The drama isn’t about school violence, but it does show how the main character was picked on because of how she looked and how she dealt with that.

Moon Ga Young, Cha Eunwoo from ASTRO, and Hwang In Yeop are all in this very popular 2021 drama.

How To Buy A Friend

In this drama, two teenagers make a deal where one will protect the other from his bully if the other helps him find out what really happened when his girlfriend killed herself.

This 2020 drama has eight episodes, and Lee Shin Young, Shin Seung Ho, and Kim So Hye are in them.



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