Kitchens in K-dramas are always on point when it comes to their interior designs and color schemes. The biggest defining kitchen item, though, is their choice of modern refrigerators in all the colors you could possibly imagine. So, if you’re on a search for the fridge of your dreams or just want to admire aesthetic fridges found in your favorite Korean dramas, we got you covered! Below, we took the time to compile five retro refrigerators that liven up your fave K-drama sets.
Exact Retro-Inspired Refrigerators We've Spotted on K-Dramas
1. It's Okay To Not Be Okay Episode 16
Classic Retro Fridge 300L Cream Ivory, â‚©1,599,000 (approximately, P68,443), COSTEL
2. Doom At Your Service, Episode 1
Tak Dong-kyung (Park Bo Young)’s European-style one door refrigerator will be a charming touch to your cozy home.
European Stylish Refrigerator 80L â‚©499,000, (approximately, P21,368), COOING
Like in almost every K-drama, Han Ji-pyeong (Kim Seon Ho)’s bachelor apartment also has the trendiest retro fridge. For those who like tiny refrigerators that can seamlessly blend into your space, this will be your best pick.
FAB5 Mini Refrigerator Black, â‚±118,995.00, SMEG
4. How to Be Thirty
Seo Ji-won (Jung In Sun)’s home fridge also has the same trendy machine as spotted in Start-Up. This two-door mint refrigerator can be that pop of color you might need inside a wooden kitchen interior.
FAB32 Refrigerator Pastel Green, â‚±169,995.00, SMEG
5. Something in the Rain
Remember Yoon Jin-ah (Son Ye Jin) and Seo Joon-hee (Jung Hae In)’s precious hug in their small kitchen? Similar to It's Okay Not to Be Okay, the choice of a modern jet black fridge against their white brick wall kitchen undeniably fits just right in their contemporary-style home.
Classic Retro Fridge 300L Edge Black, â‚©1,599,000 (approximately, P68,443), COSTEL
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