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7 Best Korean Dramas on Netflix and OTT platforms – Don’t Miss to Watch

Best Korean Dramas have arrived on Netflix and other OTT platforms. They have drawn attention worldwide because of the popularity of Korean popular culture (the “Korean Wave”). At the end of every episode to dramatic endings and love triangles, there’s many things that selective best Korean dramas provide. In addition, as the most well-known OTT platforms have introduced many new series, it is a bit difficult when it comes to choosing which ones you should add to your list of must watch.

Below we have listed 7 Best Korean Dramas:

1. Crash Landing On You – Top in Best Korean Dramas

Crash Landing on You
Crash Landing on You

With Son Ye-Jin as the lead as well as Hyun Bin. Crash Landing On You is a story about Yoon Se-Ri (Son Ye-Jin) an entrepreneur who is successful and a heiress of South Korea who crash lands in North Korea while paragliding because of an erupting tornado. Then she is stuck in a tree within the Korean Demilitarized Zone over Korean police officer, Ri Jeong-Hyeok (Hyun Bin). This show will take viewers through an emotional rollercoaster Itaewon Class starring Park Seo-Joon, Yoo Jae-Myung, Kim Da-Mi is an unique and memorable show. The storyline as well as the bond between the lead characters is unavoidable. You’ll do a favor to yourself when you go to this show.

2. Kingdom – Rated 2nd in Best Korean Dramas

Kingdom
Kingdom

The show is one of the most terrifying horror shows ever created. The show stars Ju Ji-Hoon and Bae Doona. It centers around the fact that how after a king collapses, it was tried to be kept hidden until another prince to be born as the present crown prince is son of a concubine. Later, the King is inoculated using a resurrection plant. He becomes a Zombie and give rise to a pandemic. The story further moves with Crown Prince findings. The entire crew and cast has done an excellent job. This show is ideal for all horror fans who are out there.

 3. Stranger – Very Popular in Best Korean Dramas

Stranger
Stranger

Stranger is the ideal thriller-suspense series. It stars Cho Seung-Woo and Bae Doo-Na, the series centers around a prosecutor called Hwang Shi-Mok (Cho Seung-Woo) who is apathetic after having brain surgery as a young child. If you’re looking for good murder mysteries , you should definitely take a look at this.

4. When the Camellia Blooms – Suggested by Many

When The Camellia Blooms
When The Camellia Blooms

When the Camellia Bloom is a rom-com with an added twist. With Gong Hyo-Jin as the lead, along with Kang Ha Neul, Jung-Ga Ram and Kim Ji-Seok. show follows Doong-Baek’s life (Gong Hyo-Jin) who owns a bar-restaurant named Camellia in Ongsan . She is the subject of gossip since she is a single mom and is a bar that serves alcohol to males. In spite of the countless gossip around town, Police officer Hwang Yun-Sik (Kang Ha-Neul) is in love with the Dong-Baek. The show was good in showing the bond between the actors as well as how the creators have merged suspense thriller and rom-com.

5. Mr. Sunshine – Very Popular in Best Korean Dramas

Mr Sunshine
Mr Sunshine

Mr. Sunshine is all things funny, emotional and educational and passionate. Starring Lee Byung-Hun as well as Kim Tae-Ri , the show centers around a boy Eugene Choi (Lee Byung-Hun) who was born into slavery but manages to run away from Joseon to America in 1871. Sunshine did a marvelous job in displaying the conflict between traditions, honors, and values. The show is eye-catching experience for all lovers of history and romance.

6. Prison Playbook – Must not Miss

Prison Playbook
Prison Playbook

If you’re a fan of comedy, you’ll find that Prison Playbook is the perfect show to binge watch. With Park Hae-Soo and Kyung-Ho, the show follows Kim Je-Hyeok (Park Hae-Soo) an elite pitcher in Korea who is sentenced to one year in prison for assaulting an individual who attempted to sexually attack his sister. The characters, story and tension of the series work perfectly. That’s exactly what we love about the show.

7. Itaewon Class – Very Popular Korean Dramas

Itaewon Class
Itaewon Class

Y is a story about Park Sae-Ro-Yi (Park Seo-Joon) who following the sudden death of his father decides to dismantle the powerful restaurant’s CEO, Jang Dae Hee (Yoo Jae-Myung) of the Jangga Group, who was the reason for Park Sae-Ro’s expulsion from school as well as his three-year prison sentence. Despite being a prisoner, Sae-Ro-Yi starts his own restaurant and bar and hopes to turn it into the top restaurant brand in Korea. The acting of the cast on the show is outstanding.

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