5 must-watch K-dramas on Netflix for you to enjoy during the pandemic 

These dramas are good enough for us to try watching at least one time!

The weather has become warmer, but the number of COVID-19 confirmed cases keep increasing, and more and more people are spending time watching Netflix at home rather than going out. However, many people do not know which dramas and movies to watch among the numerous productions on Netflix. Netflix is full of K-dramas that excites not only Koreans but also people around the world. Among them, we would like to recommend 5 Korean dramas that are evaluated as masterpieces to K-Drama fans around the world.

This weekend, why don’t you lie on a cozy sofa and watch all the best Korean dramas on Netflix?

1. Our Beloved Summer

At the end of last year, the drama “Our Beloved Summer” made many people laugh and cry. The drama is considered one of the best dramas not only by Koreans but also by overseas fans.

Our Beloved Summer

It tells the story of a man and a woman who filmed a documentary together in high school and became lovers. They later broke up with each other, but had a chance to meet and fall in love again thanks to the documentary. The fresh romantic story depicted by actress Kim Da-mi and actor Choi Woo-sik makes our heart flutter just by watching.

2. All Of Us Are Dead

As soon as it was released, “All Of Us Are Dead,” which topped Netflix’s drama list and gained the reputation as a K-zombie masterpiece following “Kingdom,” is also considered a favorite drama for many people.

All Of Us Are Dead

It tells the story of students who tried to survive the zombie virus outbreak in their high school desperately looking for a way out in extreme situations.

3. Business Proposal 

If you are looking for a romantic comedy that is warm and heart-fluttering like the cozy spring weather, how about “Business Proposal“? “Business Proposal”, which also airs on SBS, is soaring in ratings and Netflix rankings thanks to its lighthearted and enjoyable storyline.

Business Proposal 

The drama tells the story of Shin Ha-ri, who takes her chaebol friend’s place on a blind date, but ends up meeting the CEO of the company she is working for. Wanting to keep her real identity a secret, Shin Ha-ri goes on to live a double life both as a normal office worker and a femme fatale fake girlfriend of Kang Tae-moo. Meanwhile, Kang Tae-moo gradually develops actual feelings for Shin Ha-ri.

The eye-candy face combination and natural chemistry of Kim Se-jeong and Ahn Hyo-seop, who play the two leads, will make you feel satisfied. 

4. Juvenile Justice

This is a legal drama about minor offenders, who have recently emerged as a problem in Korean society. “Juvenile Justice” takes us inside a juvenile court where the main character is Shim Eun-seok, a cold and harsh female judge who hates underaged criminals but gets assigned to the juvenile department of the district court. The judges sharply oppose each other from different viewpoints and try to balance the judgment.

Juvenile Justice

“Juvenile Justice” impresses viewers with its compelling plot and top-notch acting of famous actors such as Kim Hye-soo, Kim Mu-yeol, and Lee Jung-eun.

5. Crash Landing on You

Crash Landing on You“, starring Hyun Bin and Son Ye-jin, is a popular and high-rated drama that came out in 2019. 

Crash Landing on You

The drama successfully portrays a cross-border love story filled with conspiracy, political conflict, and cute humor between a South Korean chaebol heiress and a North Korean army officer that captures the hearts of many viewers even now. 

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