The Korean Wave is far from being over. It has taken the world by storm influencing not only the film and entertainment industries but also the worlds of fashion, beauty, dining and even the way we see our living spaces. Here's a round-up of inspiring Korean drama home interiors you can consider when creating your dream home.
1. The Penthouse: War in Life
Set in Hera Palace—one of the most expensive addresses in South Korea—real estate mogul Joo Dan-tae's (Um Ki-joon) multimillion-dollar penthouse evokes maximalism in every sense of the word. Season one opened with Shin Su-ryeon (Lee Ji-ah), then Joo Dan-tae’s wife, sashaying on a grand staircase illuminated by an imposing crystal chandelier that covers the expanse of the ceiling, backdropped by a sweeping television screen occupying an entire wall.
The “penthouse” has a modern feel complete with ambient lights that instantly change the mood of each space in the two-floor, high-ceilinged residence. Simply put, it is a home as if created for the modern-day queen.