Ever since Parasite’s big win, the world can’t seem to get enough of the Korean entertainment industry. Whether it’s songs, movies, or dramas, people keep watching and waiting for more! I’m sure you’ve all noticed but Netflix has also made a separate category for K-Dramas since so many fans of Korean dramas are on the platform too. So, today, we will be listing down some K-dramas on Netflix that are worth the watch (especially for beginners).
But before we get on with that, let’s set one thing straight. While you know that you can stream these dramas on Netflix, you will have to make sure to get a good internet connection. You don’t want the video to start buffering every five seconds now, do you? Get a trustworthy provider that, even if such a problem occurs, can fix it right away.
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Now, on to the list of K-dramas.
The King: Eternal Monarch
Are you a fan of parallel worlds and time travel? Well, this drama is exactly that plus a charming king on a literal horse (because there has to be a knight in shining armor) and a strong and stubborn female detective. It doesn’t take Einstein to guess that they both end up as a couple, but the real struggle is that they both belong to a different world.
Due to a strange phenomenon, a portal opens up connecting the two worlds and that’s how the two initially end up meeting. But, this portal poses a danger to both worlds and the only way to avert that danger is to close it forever. Cue drama, tragedy, and a heart-wrenching love story.
What’s Wrong with Secretary Kim
Who doesn’t love a good boss-secretary love story? This drama might just be the best adaptation of this trope. The boss is a narcissistic businessman, who is as handsome as they come. Unfortunately, he is so self-absorbed, he doesn’t notice or care about anyone else around him, and that includes his highly efficient secretary as well.
Kim Mi-so, the secretary, is well aware of her boss’ narcissism and nature after having stayed 9 years by his side. When she’s had enough and decides to quit is when Lee Young-joon, the boss, realizes that he is losing an extremely efficient employee. Soon after, he also realizes that he has feelings for her and the same applies to Mi-so, who starts to see him in a new light.
If you like dramas and movies with zombies, this is the drama you need to start with. Happiness is a modern take on the whole zombie apocalypse thing. While there is a lockdown imposed, thanks to COVID-19, something more deadly is also happening. Detective Yoon Sae-bom gets a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to get her own apartment in a high-rise condo. Unfortunately, she needs to meet the condition of being married and so, she asks her high school friend to live with her and marry her.
Shortly after they move in, a deadly disease breaks out turning people into zombies and giving them a craving for human blood. However, some people can hide it better than others and control themselves. Others are not so lucky. As the number of infected people increases in the high-rise condo, the building is sealed off and quarantined. Sae-bom and Yi-hyun, her husband and friend, need to keep the peace among the tenants.
Lovestruck in the City
If you love reality shows with their fair share of comedy, romance, and drama, this is what you should be watching. We follow the story of 6 people that are interrelated with each other in some way (family, friends, etc.). All six of them have their own experiences of dating and finding love and that is basically what they are sharing on camera. Some are sharing about their current relationships, while others talk about their past relationships, good and bad.
Park Jae-won dated Lee Eun-ho shortly before their abrupt marriage and break-up. Both of them share their experiences in that relationship. Jae-won’s cousin Choi Kyung-joon is in a committed relationship with Suh Rin-yi and they share their own experiences regarding their relationship. Kang Geon, Rin-yi’s and Eun-ho’s childhood friend, has mixed feelings about Oh Sun-young, who is never happy in any of her relationships. Quite the party here, isn’t it?
Rounding It All Up
This brings us to the end of the list. You will find all these dramas on Netflix as we mentioned at the beginning. Aside from these, there is a huge collection of dramas on there, which are equally as good as the ones mentioned here. That’s why once you have gone through all of these, or at the very least, the ones that you find intriguing, you can go through the extensive selection on Netflix and see what else you like.
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