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  1. Here’s our picks for the Top 10 K-Drama Series on Netflix that have English subtitles that you can watch right now. Don't forget to give this video a big thu...

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    • Reply 1988 (2015 – 2016) Precious. Warm. Endearing. Deeply moving. Achingly beautiful. And those words are still not enough to describe ‘Reply 1988’. Without a doubt, the best K-drama (or any language drama) that I’ve watched so far.
    • It’s Okay To Not Be Okay (2020) Moon Gang-tae (wildly popular actor Kim Soo-hyun) is a strong, kind, and caring healthcare worker who works at the OK Psychiatric Hospital.
    • When The Camellia Blooms (2019) This is a romantic-comedy-thriller that will keep you engaged from start to finish. It’s a murder mystery that has some nice whodunit twists up its sleeves and you will not be able to guess who the killer is until the big reveal.
    • Hospital Playlist (2020 – present) Medical dramas are nothing new, even in the K-drama universe. But a medical drama where the protagonists are all top surgeons in their specific fields of study and have a rocking band together, that’s fresh. ‘
  2. Jun 29, 2021 · Thanks to Netflix, some of the best Korean dramas are now available to a global audience. From a stunning historical piece to a zombie thriller, here are the top shows to watch. Just be warned ...

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    • Crash Landing on You (2019-2020) A woman from South Korea was paragliding when a sudden tornado hit, causing her to crash-land in North Korea. Yoon Se-Ri (Son Ye-Jin), a successful entrepreneur who is also an heiress, finds herself in the Korean Demilitarized Zone—stuck in a tree above North Korean officer Ri Jeong-Hyeok (Hyun Bin).
    • Itaewon Class (2020) Following an accident that kills his father, Park Sae-Ro-Yi (Park Seo-Joon) is laser-focused on a mission to bring down the powerful food conglomerate Jangga Group.
    • Mr. Sunshine (2018) After his parents were killed by aristocrats, a young boy born into slavery boards a warship and escapes from Joseon to America in 1871.
    • Kingdom (2019-2020) Ten days after the king mysteriously collapses, rumors that he is dead begin to spread. His son, Crown Prince Lee Chang (Ju Ji-Hoon), sets out to investigate the truth about the King’s condition.
    • Kingdom. © Provided by Lifestyle Asia best korean dramas to watch. Set in medieval Korea during the Joseon period, the critically-acclaimed show is about a young crown prince Lee Chang (Ju Ji-hoon) who sets out with his loyal bodyguard to find the reason behind the mysterious illness of his father, the King of Joseon.
    • Itaewon Class. © Provided by Lifestyle Asia best korean dramas to watch. Ex-convict Park Sae-ro-yi (Park Seo-joon) tries to come back into society after his three-year imprisonment by opening a bar-restaurant named DanBam in Itaewon.
    • Crash Landing On You. © Provided by Lifestyle Asia best korean dramas to watch. This romance drama is set against the backdrop of the tensions between North and South Korea.
    • Guardian: The Lonely and Great God. © Provided by Lifestyle Asia best korean dramas to watch. Guardian is one of the highest-rated Korean drama in cable television history.
    • Crash Landing on You (2019-2020) Korean Name: 사랑의 불시착. Best OST Song: Too many, but “Photo of My Mind” by Song Ga In was my KKT song for a while. QUICK PLOT.
    • Hotel del Luna (2019) Korean: 호텔 델루나. Best OST Song: “All About You” by Taeyeon (of course!) QUICK PLOT. Jang Man Wol runs a peculiar hotel right in Myeongdong.
    • Hello My Twenties! (2016 & 2017) QUICK PLOT. This drama follows five girls who wind up rooming together at a house called Belle Epoque while attending the nearby university.
    • Reply 1997 (2015) Korean Name: 응답하라 1997. Best OST Song: “All for You” Cover by Eunji & Seo In Guk (org. by Cool); Did you know there’s actually no official OST for Reply 1997?