Thursday 9 April 2020

20 Korean Dramas You Watch On Netflix To Get You Through Self ISO Period

I’m not going to lie, I have spent more time on Netflix during the last week compared to the last 4 months. This is definitely due to the fact that I have to be at home and I am coming to a point where binge-watching series is helping past the time. There is nothing wrong with wanting to spend most of your time on Netflix or any other streaming platform these days. I am guilty of spending the last 3 nights consuming TV shows, specifically Korean dramas, until 2 or 3AM. I wouldn’t condone this behaviour because sleep is important to our health BUT I’m working on it. 

The influx of Korean dramas on Netflix has certainly been interesting to me. I find that it has made the viewing of K-dramas so much more universal, exposing a different form of entertainment to a larger range of audience. Personally, I haven’t watched all the new series, post 2017, but have started to see Netflix making available shows that I loved when I was obsessed with watching dramas. 

So today I’ve compiled a list of shows that I think is worth watching if you are getting into or already involved in the Korean drama world. If anything I think older dramas are worth watching just to see how Korean dramas have evolved, from story lines, costume and make up to production value. I’m pretty amazed by the quality of the Netflix-produced dramas that I’ve come by recently as older dramas looked nothing like these back then. 

Watch Below 

Dramas Mentioned

Romantic Comedies

The Master's Sun
My Love from the Star
Another Miss Oh!
My Girlfriend is a Gumiho
You Are Beautiful


I Hear Your Voice
While You Were Sleeping


Nice Guy


The Hymn of Death
It's Okay That's Love
Love Rain

To Kill Time

Let's Eat 1&2
Dream High 1&2
Wok of Love

Old School

Full House
Coffee Prince

Links to these can be found in the description box of the video.

Let Me Know If You Have Any Recommendations!

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