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7 Crazy Drama Plots You Have to See to Believe!

We all know that we have to suspend a little bit of disbelief when watching dramas. I mean, all the lead characters are drop-dead gorgeous, surgeons are in their early 20s, and it takes half the series for characters to learn that they’re in love with the same woman/man or that the person in front of them is their long-lost father/mother/sibling. Am I right?

But the following dramas take crazy plots and storylines to a whole new level. We’ve deliberately excluded the time travel/body swap story lines because this blog would turn into a novel. The following series, though far-fetched, are so good that you won’t be able to divert your eyes for a second! 

Here are seven dramas with crazy storylines that you have to watch to believe:

Big Man — Adopt a Man to Steal His Heart, Literally!

Super-rich people can do some scary things! They can make some Joe Blow off the street believe he’s their long-lost son because they want to harvest his heart. But when the street-savvy man proves to be a “mudfish” that the rich family then can’t get rid of, they may realize too late that they messed with the wrong guy! This is Korean drama suspense at its best!

Chairman Kang (played by Eom Hyo Seop) plots a dangerous game with innocent people!

Fall in Love With Me—Put on Glasses and No One Knows Who You Are!

When an obnoxious but brilliant CEO of an advertising agency decides to take a three-month break to get his mojo back, he is forced to take on a new identity. Just by combing his hair forward, wearing colorful clothes and putting on glasses, the guy fools everyone around him with his two identities. And when circumstances require both identities to be in the same place, the guy runs around like a madman changing clothes —but no one ever catches him!

Tian Xing transforms into Xiao Lu (both played by Aaron Yan) with a few easy tricks!

I Will Never Say Goodbye— Falling in Love With the Same Woman Over and Over!

A man blows into town, seduces a pretty woman, and promises to return for her. But the woman ends up pregnant and finds out later that the man is already engaged to another woman! To get her revenge, the wronged woman transforms herself into many different disguises. And the man falls in love with every one of the woman’s disguises and doesn’t know that it’s the same woman! Does he need glasses?

Juan (played by Luis Caballero) seduces the pretty Maki (played by Paola Toyos) and then breaks his promises.

Grandpas Over Flowers Investigation Team —Age 50 Years After a Dip in Water!

“Flower boy” (pretty boy) police detectives — at the height of their youth and good looks — investigate the case of missing businessmen that leads them to an old factory building. Inside, they discover two old men chained inside a giant aquarium with tags that say they’re in their 20s! When the four detectives all jump into the tank to try to rescue the men, three of them emerge having aged 50 years! We cried, too, when Choi Jin Hyuk turned into an old man!

Are these former pretty boy detectives doomed to live as grandpas forever?

Two Fathers— Two Educated Men Who Have Never Heard of a Paternity Test

A woman calls two ex-boyfriends and tells each that she’s having a baby and she doesn’t know which is the father. At the hospital, she leaves a note saying she’s leaving her newborn daughter in their care because she doesn’t want to give up her life. Once the men see the baby girl, they fall instantly in love with her and each claims to be the father. The next thing you know, they’re living together and raising the girl as two loving fathers. Yep, definitely makes sense —because that’s what we would all do in a situation like this.

A paternity test would have been so much simpler, no?

Wonderful Days—This Family Tree Has Many Strange Branches!

This Korean family drama takes four generations of a blended family to a highly entertaining, unbelievable level. Living under one roof are an invalid grandfather who makes everyone in the family clean up his poop; a long-suffering matriarch whose absent, philandering husband left her to care for his invalid father as well as their two sons and mentally handicapped daughter — and the son of his mistress; the missing husband’s twin brothers, who are both confirmed bachelors; twin 9-year-olds who think they’re the youngest children of the 65-year-old matriarch but are actually the children of the youngest son, whose wife left him after having the twins; and the son of the oldest son, who is 11 but is forced to call the 9-year-old twins his “aunt” and “uncle.” And did we mention that the missing husband’s mistress also lives in the house because she had nowhere to go after the husband left her, too — and she and the wronged wife share the same bed? Got that? Good.

The good-hearted matriarch (played by Yoon Yeo Jung) is everything to everybody in this crazy family!

A Hundred Years’ Inheritance—Torture Your Daughter-in-Law, Try to Lock Her Up in An Insane Asylum, Frame Her for Adultery and Then Try to Woo Her Back Because Your Son Can’t Live Without Her …

Yep, that pretty much sums up the crazy life that Chae Won (played by Eugene) has to endure while married to Chul Kyu (played by Choi Won Young) from her certifiably evil mother-in-law. But even after she summons the courage to divorce her husband, Chae Won can’t get rid of her crazy in-laws!

Chae Won (played by Eugene) lives through hell with her mother-in-law, but she won’t let her go after the divorce!
Which crazy drama plots were your favorite? Let us know in the comments below!

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