Some of the most essential elements of a K-Drama are world building and scenario design. It creates immersion and allows a fictional universe to feel natural and relatable. If you’ve been a K-Drama fan for a while, you couldn’t have missed the gorgeous apartments and houses that feature in just about every K-Drama out there. Whether it’s a cozy space or a grand mansion, K-Dramas know how to make it look good.

Here are five K-Dramas homes/apartments (in no order of rank) that we’d love to stay in!

1. Yu NaBi’s apartment in “However,”

The cutest K-Drama houses/apartments we'd love to stay in

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The cutest K-Drama houses/apartments we'd love to stay in

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The cutest K-Drama houses/apartments we'd love to stay in

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The cutest K-Drama houses/apartments we'd love to stay in

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Yu NaBi, played by Han SoHee, is a 4th year art student in the Sculpture Department. Even if you didn’t know this before, just looking at her apartment makes it pretty clear. It screams “artsy” and cozy, yet it’s relatively plain. The studio does not allow for a clear division between the living area and the bedroom, but the raised platform creates a great demarcation. This is every college student’s dream apartment.

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The cutest K-Drama houses/apartments we'd love to stay in

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The cutest K-Drama houses/apartments we'd love to stay in

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The cutest K-Drama houses/apartments we'd love to stay in

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The cutest K-Drama houses/apartments we'd love to stay in

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Choi Ung, played by Choi WooShik, is a famous artist and illustrator in “Our Beloved Summer”. His home is spacious, mid-century modern in style, and filled with earthy tones like browns and greens. It’s warm, welcoming, calm and reflects Ung’s artistic mindset. It would be a joy to spend time with friends and family here.

For more “Our Beloved Summer” filming locations, check out this article below:

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3. Heo JoonJae’s house in “Legend of the Blue Sea”

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The cutest K-Drama houses/apartments we'd love to stay in

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Heo JoonJae, played by Lee MinHo, owns one of the most enviable homes in K-Drama land. This bachelor pad shows wealth and wealth, but it also has a laid-back vibe that can instantly make people feel right at home. The single rooms are even more comfortable, with little details like bookshelves tucked close to the ceiling.

4. Goblin House and Grim Reaper in “Goblin”

The cutest K-Drama houses/apartments we'd love to stay in

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The cutest K-Drama houses/apartments we'd love to stay in

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The cutest K-Drama houses/apartments we'd love to stay in

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The cutest K-Drama houses/apartments we'd love to stay in

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The majestic mansion of Goblin (Gong Yoo) and Grim Reaper (Lee DongWook) is pure Victorian goodness. From the picturesque plants to the display of suspended candles, arched windows and soaring ceilings, everything about this home is straight out of a daydream. Furthermore, EunTak’s (Kim GoEun) comparatively younger and cozy room is also absolutely charming!

5. Park GaeIn’s House in “Personal Taste”

The cutest K-Drama houses/apartments we'd love to stay in

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The cutest K-Drama houses/apartments we'd love to stay in

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The cutest K-Drama houses/apartments we'd love to stay in

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The cutest K-Drama houses/apartments we'd love to stay in

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Finally, we couldn’t complete this list without the iconic Sanggojae house by Lee Minho and “Personal Taste” by Son YeJin. This modernized hanok it’s like a time capsule, blending traditional and modern styles seamlessly to create the loveliest space we’ve ever seen in a K-Drama. It’s colorful and the conversation pit has our hearts.

What other K-Drama house would you add to this list? Tell us in the comments section below!

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