Netflix now has a wide variety of Korean dramas. They have some of the classics and some that were just released last year. These shows are action packed with a ton of romance. Here are 10 Korean dramas you can watch on Netflix.
1.Strong Woman Bong-soon
Starring: Park Bo-Young, Park Hyung-Sik, Jisoo
Plot: Bong-Soon (Park Bo-Young) was born with super strength, which is hereditary from the women’s side of the family. Bong-Soon fights evil while being in a love triangle with her boss and childhood crush.
2. Oh My Ghost
Starring: Park Bo-Young, Cho Jung-Seok, Lim Ju-Hwan, Kim Seulgi
Plot: Assistant Chef Na Bong-Sun (Park Bo-Young) is really shy and timid because of her ability to see ghosts. One day one posses her, Shin Soon-Ae (Kim Seulgi). The ghost helps her build confidence to win over her crush Chef Kang Sun-Woo (Cho Jung-Seok).
3. Descendants of the Sun
Starring: Song Joong-Ki, Song Hye-Kyo, Jin Goo, Kim Ji-Won
Plot: Yoo Shi-Jin (Song Joong-Ki) a soldier and Kang Mo-Yeon (Song Hye-Kyo) fall in love in during the chaos of war. Fun Fact: The two stars recently got married.
4. Hello, My Twenties!
Starring: Han Ye-Ri, Han Seung-Yeon, Park Eun-Bi, Ryu Hwa-Young, Park Hye-Soo
Plot: Four different types of girls share a house while attending University.
5. Part-Time Idol
Starring: Kwon Hyun-Bin, Lee Soo-Hyun, Kim Hee-Jung, Kim Min-Kyo, Hwang Seung-Eon, Kwon Young Deuk
Plot: A producer (Kim Min-Kyo) gathers trainees that people consider scraps and turns them into a successful co-ed kpop group.
6. Playful Kiss
Starring: Kim Hyun-Joong, Jung So-Min, Lee Tae-Seong
Plot: Based on a Japanese manga, an unexpected roman between an arrogant genius (Kim Hyun-Joong) and a naive student who has bad grades (Jung So-Min).
7. Man to Man
Starring: Park Hae-Jin, Park Sung-Woong, Kim Min-Jung, Yeon Jeong-Hun, Chae Jung-An
Plot: A special agent disguised as a bodyguard (Park Hae-Jin) has to protect an ill-tempered star (Park Sung-Woong).
8. Tomorrow’s Cantabile
Starring: Joo Won, Shim Eun-Kyung, Park Bo-Gum, Bae Min-Jung, Ko Gyung-Pyo
Plot: In South Korea’s most prestigious music academy, two young prodigies (Joo Won and Shim Eun-Kyung) use music as the foundation for a romantic relationship.
9. Reply 1997
Starring: Jung Eun-Ji, Seo In-Guk, Shin So-Yul, Eun Ji-Won, Hoya, Lee Si-Un
Plot: Follows high school student Sung Shi-Won (Jung Eun-Ji) throughout the 1990s and her obsession with boyband H.O.T.
10. Reply 1994
Starring: Go Ara, Sung Dong-Il, Lee Il-Hwa, Jung Woo, Yoo Yeon-Seok
Plot: Showcases cultural events that happened in 1994.