8 Reasons Spring Is The Best Season Ever (As Told By K-Dramas)

You know spring has officially started when you hear this song everywhere:

The flowers are blooming, the sun is out, and the weather is officially turning. It’s spring! We think it’s the best season ever, and here are 8 reasons why — K-drama style.

The warmth!

It’s warm, but not so hot that you can’t still cuddle. Spring gives you the promise of summer, but without the oppressive heat. Win-win-win!

You still have time to work on that summer bod.

Unlike this guy, who is clearly ready to bust out his Speedo. 

It’s not too late to hit the gym! Consider spring as a gentle reminder to start on that killer summer bod.

It’s time to go from this:

To this:

Not completely outside, but you’re getting there. No longer is the cold weather driving you to hole up in your home. And once that spring breeze hits, you know you won’t be able to resist going outside!

The music!

Tired of sad ballads comparing breakups to rain? Fear not! Spring is coming, and with it will come a typhoon of light-hearted love songs.

The flowers are in bloom!

It’s cherry blossom season, and that, of course, means gorgeous selfies. You know it’s spring when your feed gets flooded with pictures of flowers. Not that you mind, of course. After all, spring is most welcome!

Picnics!

Picnics combine two of the best things ever: sun and eating.

You can start breaking out your cuter clothes.

What I think I look like when I layer on clothing:

vs. What I actually look like:

Good-bye bulky sweats and puffy jackets! Hello cute mini-skirts and floral dresses!

Spring cleaning

It might not be everyone’s favorite thing, but once it’s done, the house just feels so much better. It’s time to sweep out the grime from the cold days of winter, and let that fresh spring breeze in!

Hey Soompiers! What is your favorite thing about spring? Let us know in the comments below!

mayme22‘s favorite thing about spring is definitely the warmth!

Looking forward to: “Mr. Sunshine”
All-time favorites: My Girlfriend is a Gumiho,” “Queen for Seven Days,” and “Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok Joo