1. Start-Up

If you’re a Bae Suzy and Nam Joo Hyuk fan, you cannot miss this Netflix K-drama. Suzy as Seo Dal Mi and Nam Joo Hyuk as Nam Do San will take you to the world of start-ups. From the pitch to the working of the idea, this drama never fails to amaze and motivate the audience.

Kdrama Start-Up will definitely give you second lead syndrome, as Kim Seon Ho gives a stunning performance as Han Ji Pyeong. This drama is filled with romance and comedy, and at the same time be prepared to get swollen eyes, blocked nose and dark circles.

2. Tale of the Nine-Tailed

Ever thought about whether werewolves, vampires or nine-tailed foxes are real? I have no idea about the previous two, but I never expected the nine-tailed fox popularly known as gumiho in Korean to exist and be this gorgeous.

Fantasy lovers can forget about their sleep schedule to watch Tale of the Nine-Tailed because you don’t want to miss out on Lee Dong Wook in sexy gumiho avatar, Lee Yeon. Jo Bo Ah is our main female lead and plays the character of Nam Ji Ah. The couple will give you a major simp-moment. The drama is more special because one of our beloved F4 members of Kdrama Heirs is here. Kim Bum, playing the mischievous and villainous brother Lee Rang of gumiho.

3. It’s Okay To Not Be Okay

The trailer for Netflix K-drama It’s Okay To Not Be Okay can be deceiving. One might think that this is a horror drama, but once you watch it, you’ll understand the deeper meaning of mental illnesses. Seo Ye Ji as Ko Mun Young and Kim Soo Hyun as Moon Gang Tae will melt and stab your heart at the same time. Oh Jung Se, as Moon Sang Tae, the autistic brother of Moon Gang Tae delivers a breathtaking performance.

The drama acts in a personalized way as any person can relate to any episode or any part of an episode. The drama offers an astounding twist that will shock you.

4. Crash Landing on You

As the name suggests, Netflix K-drama Crash Landing on You actually portrays South Korean Chaebol (Super rich Korean Business person) Yoon Se Ri, played by Son Ye Jin. She crashes her parachute and lands on North Korean Captain Ri Jeong Hyeok, played by Hyun Bin. The drama depicts North Korean culture in a beautiful way.

Kim Jung Hyun and Seo Ji Hye as the second leads will definitely sweep you off your feet. It won’t be surprising if you end up shipping the second lead couple more than the main lead couple. If you’re looking for a different style of drama than typical Kdrama, this is a sign to watch Crash Landing on you.

5. Itaewon Class

Oppa Park Seo Joon will soon join Marvel Cinematic Universe, but before that dear Kdrama lovers watch Netflix K-drama Itaewon Class get a look at hardworking Park Se Ro Yi. His success and achievement in this drama will definitely motivate you to at least study through Google Classroom. Alongside him, stands his manager Jo Yi Seo, played by Kim Da Mi, a social media influencer with a strong and fearless personality. After watching this Kdrama one might feel like opening a chain restaurant. The depiction of millennials and GenZ in this drama is very apt.

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