Top 8 TV Shows Like Love to Hate You, While You Wait for the Series

Love to Hate You Netflix’s original show is indeed a rom-com melodrama in which a lady who does not want to lose to a guy and the guy who is suspicious of the woman is cured through war-like love. Love to Hate You is set to debut on Netflix on Feb 10, 2023.

Foes turned to lovers is a common romantic story technique that, let’s be honest, always works! It’s very nice to see a couple who whine and quarrel like dogs and cats eventually grasp what was present in front of them all along.

You’ll probably sit in front of your television, demanding that the lovers understand what we already knew: they were destined to be together!

So without further ado here is a list of shows that are quite similar to Love to Hate You Season 1.

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Here is the list of the Top 8 TV Shows Like Love to Hata You.

1. Lucky Romance

Lucky Romance

The game in “Lucky Romance” is logic vs superstition, and the 2 diametrically opposite belief systems emerge in equally dissimilar people who first despise one other.

Shim Bo Nui is a superstitious person who is both compassionate and bright. Her future lover is Je Soo Ho, a guy who is overly reliant on intellect and reason and struggles to connect with others.

Consistent squabbling is to be anticipated, but it is Soo Ho’s unbelievably charming puppy love that he cannot rationally fathom that wins Bo Nui’s heart as well as ours.

2. Suspicious Partner

Suspicious Partner

This couple that was typical enemies-turned-lovers in “Suspicious Partner” is as comical arguing as they are charming, thanks to misunderstandings between stars Noh Ji Wook and Eun Bong Hee.

Their first contact occurred when Bong Hee believed Ji Wook touched her buttocks, and future encounters gradually escalated into ludicrous, embarrassing scenarios that pushed them even further apart.

The two potential lovebirds are both intelligent, skilled professionals who disagree on personal matters and professional dilemmas.

However, when they are brought together by fate, they learn to see new sides of one another which makes their connection not so bad after all.

3. Boys Over Flowers

Boys Over Flowers

In every way, “Boys Over Flowers” is the ultimate K-drama. The show is one of the earliest in the current age of K-drama and a must-have in any drama fan’s library. Its over-the-top shenanigans and violent enemies-to-lovers connection between the two stars, Goo Joon Pyo and Jan Di, contribute to its popularity.

Joon Pyo is the quintessential bully, backed up by his money, social standing, and an entourage of similarly wealthy buddies. Jan Di becomes his focus (not in a good way) after moving to Joon Pyo’s renowned school on scholarship.

Nevertheless, she is not the simple prey he portrays her to be. They learn to like, then love, one other over time. Their relationship is wild, spectacular, and fantastic.

4. Full House

Full House

One of the most well-known enemies-to-lovers couples is the one in “Full House,” starring Rain and Song Hye Kyo, about a forced cohabitation relationship that blossoms into passion despite the incessant arguing.

The action in this one is actually pretty severe, and few dramas have duplicated the consistency of the fighting. But it is precise because of this that “Full House” is the perfect illustration of this type of love.

Song Hye Kyo portrays Ji Eun, an ambitious writer who is duped by her BFF and loses her home. Young Jae buys the house, and they finally reach an agreement and live together, arguing over anything and everything.

Their squabbles become less harsh and furious and more passionate as time passes. But Full House is def going to be interesting to watch.

5. I Am Not a Robot

I Am Not a Robot

Kim Min Gyu is a hard person to love because of his aversion to others, which has resulted in an unbearable attitude.

Jo Ji Ah, an outspoken, feisty woman who does whatever for money to fulfill her aim of making something others would find touching, is the lady who bursts into his real human-free castle of solitude. Their initial encounter does not go well, and they both leave with negative first impressions.

As Min Gyu learns to want the human touch, their friendship becomes increasingly amorous. They move from adversaries to lovers on two separate routes that eventually unite to form one fulfilling enemies-to-lovers relationship.

6. The King 2 Hearts

The King 2 Hearts

In certain ways, “The King 2 Hearts” is the ultimate of enemies-turned-lovers, a magnificent rendition of a forbidden romance as affections overcome the geopolitical gap between North and South Korea. But South Korean Prince Lee Jae Ha and North Korean warrior Kim Hang Ah are not charming and romantic.

They fight like hell when they meet, very literally, amid preparation for a combined military exercise. The two are involved in an intensive game of one-upmanship that both aggravates their disdain for one another and helps them to get to know one another.

Their boundary-pushing passion eventually leads to charming refrigerator kisses and a marriage for the ages.

7. Couple Fantasy

Couple Fantasy

Even a massive case of K-dramatic amnesia can’t stop the 2 enemies-to-love birds from fighting in “Couple Fantasy,” one of the list’s oldest and best cases. They make a huge fuss from the moment they meet.

In actuality, Jang Chul Soo uses Anna Jo’s memory loss to force her to babysit his 3 nephews after she abuses him cruelly. Anna’s snobbish attitude is difficult to overcome, but Chul Soo’s generosity and the notion that they are able to know each other while they argue leads these two along the path of love.

8. Strongest Deliveryman

Strongest Deliveryman

When one is fighting to make a decent living and escape a life of economic suffering, competition might be severe enough to push all notions of love out of one’s head.

Jobs are competitive, and individuals are competitive as well, which is the environment wherein our two leads, Choi Kang Soo and Lee Dan Ah, meet.

Dan Ah is a hard nut to crack, a delivery lady who has been required to be strong in an industry that does not treat women favorably. She has shielded herself with a prickly demeanor, superb martial arts abilities, and a dislike of humans. Enter Kang Soo, a gentleman with a quest. Rather than hating Dan Ah, he sees her as a hindrance.

Dan Ah’s frigid demeanor finally melts in the face of Kang Soo’s sympathetic soul, and he loves her strength, making them the greatest delivery couple in love.