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10 Best Korean Series On Netflix That You Need To See

By Anandi Makhija

Updated - May 9, 20245 min read

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Are you K-drama curious? I've got you covered! I've binged Netflix's entire library of Korean shows and found the 10 best. Whether you're into suspenseful thrillers, heart-pounding romances, hilarious comedies or feel good and slice of life dramas, I've got something for you.

So what are you waiting for? Start streaming today!


1. Twenty-Five Twenty-One


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This drama is like a nostalgic rollercoaster ride that will make you laugh, cry, and feel all the feels. Buckle up for a wild ride through the 1997 financial crisis, where two young adults' dreams are put to the test. But don't worry, there's plenty of romance and humor along the way to keep you entertained. Just remember to bring some tissues for the emotional ending!



2. All of Us Are Dead


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A group of high school students are forced to put their adolescent drama on hold when a zombie plague takes over their town. Now, they must band together to survive the undead hordes and make it out of high school alive, all while dealing with the usual teenage angst of love, class, and college.



3. Hospital Playlist


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Five doctors who are also besties and bandmates are the stars of this medical drama that's more about the relationships between the characters than the gruesome stuff that happens in the operating room. So if you're looking for a show that will make you laugh, cry, and feel all the feels, then Hospital Playlist is for you!



4. Vincenzo


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Vincenzo is a K-drama that has it all: action, comedy, romance, and plot twists. It's like a Korean version of The Godfather meets Legally Blonde. Song Joong-ki is amazing as the charming and badass consigliere, and the supporting cast is also top-notch. If you're looking for a drama that will keep you entertained from start to finish, then Vincenzo is definitely worth checking out.




5. Law School


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Legal drama nerds who love the juicy behind-the-scenes dish on thrilling cases, listen up! This well-crafted story follows a group of law students who are thrown into the deep end when their professor is arrested for murder. The twists and turns of the trial will keep you guessing, and the subplot about dating violence is surprisingly relevant and well-done. So grab your popcorn and get ready for a wild ride!



6. It’s Okay to Not Be Okay


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A chivalrous psychiatric caretaker, his neurodivergent older brother, and a touchy-feely children's book author find themselves drawn to each other in this darkly mythical drama. Together, they heal their wild pasts and spread wokeness to all. The outstanding performances from the trio of actors have won this show critical acclaim, and it's sure to leave you feeling inspired and uplifted.



7. Crash Landing on You


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This ultimate tale of star-crossed lovers is like a paragliding accident that takes you on a wild ride of action, political intrigue, buddy comedy, and rom-com sweetness. And if you're a fan of Hyun Bin and Son Ye-jin, then this is the drama for you. Just be warned, you might just fall in love with them too.



8. Business Proposal


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If you're a sucker for all the classic rom-com tropes, this new show is for you! It's got everything: meet-cutes, misunderstandings, love triangles, and even a few steamy scenes. But this show isn't just a rehash of old plots. It's also got a few surprises up its sleeve. So whether you're a fan of the genre or just looking for a good laugh, this show is sure to please.



9. Extraordinary Attorney Woo


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Woo Young-woo is a brilliant but quirky lawyer with autism who loves whales more than people. She's just landed a job at a prestigious law firm, but her colleagues are skeptical of her abilities. But Woo Young-woo is determined to prove them wrong, and she's about to show them that even the biggest whale can make a splash.



10. Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha


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Yoon Hye-jin, a dentist from Seoul, was feeling pretty down in the dumps. But then she took a trip to Gongjin, a seaside village filled with quirky characters and stunning views. She was instantly charmed by the place, and decided to open her own practice there. She meets Chief Hong, a handsome man who helps almost everyone in town.

If you're looking for a rom-com that will whisk you away to a charming seaside village, then this is the show for you. It's full of humor, heart, and a little bit of magic. So what are you waiting for? Go check it out!



So, gear up for these best Korean series on Netflix India and have an amazing binge-watching time with these amazing series.