Must-See Korean Dramas on Netflix

Here are some of the most addicting series from South Korea that you will want to watch more than one time.

The Woman Post | Carolina Rodríguez Monclou

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The Korean entertainment industry has become hugely popular in the past few years. Great cinematic pieces like "Parasite" and "Squid Game" have opened the international door to this country's stories, gaining tremendous success as they top Netflix's streaming charts.

The Woman Post brings you a list of the best Korean dramas for you to enjoy and watch from the comfort of your home. If you like well-written stories, great actors, and high-quality content, this is the right choice for you.

It's Okay to Not Be Okay

With beautiful photography and art direction, "It's Okay to Not Be Okay" it's undoubtedly one of Netflix's gems. While working at a hospital, Moon Gang-tae (Kim Soo-hyun) meets Ko Moon-young (Seo Yea-ji), a famous children's book writer. Moon Gang-tae's older brother, Moon Sang-tae (Oh Jung-se), has autism and loves the stories that Ko Moon-young writes. However, the destiny of the three of them is linked as Moon-young is related to the two brother's tragic past. This Korean drama is a storytelling masterpiece full of mystery and drama.

Itaewon Class

"Itaewon Class" is a Korean-webtoon-based drama. This story portrays many life lessons and social issues in an eye-catching way. "Itaewon Class" is about Park Sae-ro-yi (Park Seo-joon) and a group of social outcasts who seek revenge against an exploitative business mogul. The show also comments on this competitive capitalist world and the unfair hierarchies that rule them. As one of the most beloved entertaining pieces on the platform, you won't regret watching it.

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Crash Landing on You

The series is about the forbidden love between a south Korean successful female CEO and a North Korean Special Forces Unit Captain. Yoon Se-ri (Son Ye-jin) is a wealthy businesswoman who ends up in North Korea due to a paragliding accident. There she will meet the love of her life, Ri Jeong-hyeok (Hyun Bin), who will help her get back home safely. The drama was well received by the critics and is one of the most popular ones until today.

Start-Up

Seo Dal-mi (Bae Suzy) is passionate about her work and dreams of becoming Korea's Steve Jobs. Although she doesn't come from a wealthy background, she has bright energy and is determined to achieve her goals. On the other hand, Nam Do-san (Nam Joo-hyuk) is a young math genius and CEO of Samsan Tech. Unfortunately, his company hasn't been doing well, and he became the black sheep of his family. The love story begins when Seo Dal-mi confuses him with her first love. Nam Do-san decides to become that misunderstanding into a reality.

With all this high-quality content available, it's not a surprise that the series from this country are so popular nowadays.

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