5 Best Korean Dramas To Watch On Netflix Right Now!

K-dramas have taken over the world’s entertainment and that too for a good reason. For those who are still unaware of the term, the ‘K’ stands for ‘Korean’. Korean movies and series are now a worldwide sensation just like K-pop were down a few years back. Their bite-sized format, authenticity, and wholesome narratives make up the perfect formula to win the hearts and minds of the audience.  

You watch one show and you’re hooked for life. A confession I make as now I am a Korean TV show addict & it’s been 2 months since I have inclined towards K-dramas. Do you know the best thing about these K-dramas? One doesn’t have to wait for a year for the next season, as almost every Korean TV show has 1 season with each episode for about an hour (we are relieved). You must be thinking what’s so addictive about these shows? Well, honestly there are a couple of things like a healthy dose of mystery, good-looking guys, heartbreak moments that look real and sizzling chemistry between the characters.  

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The Korean wave is actually here to stay- listening to their music, using beauty products, and now watching their movies-well there’ no better time to get hooked. And if that doesn’t have you on the edge, then I don’t know what will. I have got something to get you started if you haven’t yet. Scroll on to find the list of the 5 best K-dramas series you can watch on Netflix and that will change the meaning of ‘binge-watch’ for you (haha). 

It’s Okay Not To Be Okay

It’s Okay Not To Be Okay

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Genre: Romance & Drama

Starring: Seo Yea-Ji, Kim Soo-Hyun & Oh Jung-Se

Moon Gang-Tae (Kim Soo-Hyun) is a psychiatric caretaker where he meets Ko Moon-young (Seo Yea-Ji), a children’s book author who’s infamous for her merciless nature. Moon young becomes fascinated with Gang-Tae after she discovers that they have met in the past which leads to follow him back to their childhood time. While Gang-Tae’s autistic older brother Sang-Tae (Oh Jung-Se), begins to heal their unresolved past issues. It’s Okay Not To Be Okay is a good-watch! 

Something In The Rain

Something In The Rain

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Genre: Romance 

Starring: Son Ye-jin & Jung Hae-in

Yoon Jin-ah (Son Ye-Jin) is a 35-year-old woman who works at a coffee company, while Seo Joon-hee (Jung Hae-in) is the younger brother of Jin-ah’s best friend Kyung-Sun (Jang So-Yeon). After spending some time working abroad, Joon-hee (Jung) returns to South Korea and reunites with Jin-ah (Son ye). The two navigate their relationship and age difference, which is subject to the judgment of others. Watch the trailer if you haven’t! 

Crash Landing On You 

Crash Landing On You

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Genre: Rom-com, Drama 

Starring: Son Ye-jin, Hyun Bin, Kim Jung-Hyun & Seo Ji-Hye

The story revolves around South Korean heiress Yoon Se-ri (Son Ye-jin), who finds herself stranded in North Korea after a freak paragliding accident (crash land, get it?). There she is rescued by Captain Ri Jeong Hyeok (Hyun Bin), the handsome North Korean soldier who finds Se-ri and (surprised) falls in love with her. With tons of twists, turns, and rom-com tropes, the writer weaves a story of star-crossed lovers, backed with powerful chemistry and a charming cast. Well, yes this drama became a global hit and is currently the second-highest rated show! Need more reasons to watch Crash Landing On You.  

Mr. Sunshine

Mr. Sunshine

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Genre: Action, Historical & Drama

Starring: Yoo Yeon-Seok, Byun Yo-han, Lee Byung-hun & Kim Tae-Ri

In this action period drama, Eugene Choi (Lee Byung-hun) escapes to the US after being born during the Joseon period and goes on to become a Marine. After meeting & developing feelings for Go Ae-shin (Kim Tae-ri), an aristocratic woman secretly fighting for Korea’s independence, Eugene ultimately finds himself involved in a fight to save Korea from colonization by Japan. Mr. Sunshine will truly win your hearts!



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Genre: Legal Drama

Starring: Park Hyung-sik & Jang Dong-gun 

Yes, you guessed it right. Suits is the Korean adaptation of the popular US television show Suits! Park Hyung-Sik plays the role of Go Yeon-woo, despite not having a law degree, gets recruited by the law firm Kang & Ham. He gets to work alongside prestigious lawyer Choi Kang-Seok (Jang Dong-gun) because of his memory power. The duo together solves cases while keeping Yeon’s lacking qualifications a secret. Well, if you have watched the US version, I still recommend you to give it a try as it has a charm of its own. 

If you are one of those who have a habit of reading long subtitles quickly, then you’ll be introduced to a lot of amazing content all the way from Korea. Did your favorite Korean drama make it to this list? Let us know what your favorite K-drama on Netflix is in the comments below! We are counting on you guys!

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