News – PH – 10 new Korean shows you won’t want to miss on Netflix this year

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If you can’t see things during the quarantine, don’t worry as Netflix has new offerings of Korean dramas

The streaming giant just unveiled its number of great titles that you might fall in love with this year

New shows announced during the Netflix “See What’s Next Korea 2021” launch include a brand new zombie thriller and breathtaking space adventure starring Gong Yoo (“Goblin”) and Bae Doo Na (“Kingdom”)

1 The calm seaWhat happens when the earth has almost no water and food left, almost due to global desertification?

This science fiction mystery thriller starring Gong Yoo (Goblin), Bae Doo Na (Kingdom) and Lee Joon (Ninja Assassin) is about a team embarking on a dangerous mission to sample from an abandoned one Research facility to pick up the moon

2Hellbound Based on the popular webtoon “Hell”, this upcoming series shows an intense supernatural phenomenon experienced by people condemned to hell after their unexpected encounters with angels of death

Besides Park Jeong Min, Kim Hyun Ju, Won Jin Ah and Yang Ik Jun, the cast includes the stars of the upcoming series Yoo Ah In (#Alive, Sungkyungkwan Scandal)

3 DP Abbreviation for deserter pursuit, DP follows the story of a Korean military officer who tracks down military deserters and encounters the reality of confused military soldiers

In the upcoming Netflix Original series, Jung Hae In (Something in the Rain) will star alongside Koo Kyo Hwan, Kim Sung Kyun and Son Seok Koo

“Love Alert” takes place in a world where a social media app can notify users when someone within 10 meters has romantic feelings for them

Season 2 is expected to start on December 12th March, which means fans can finally see what’s going on alongside Jojo (Kim So Hyun) who has unresolved feelings for Hye Young (Jung Ga Ram) and his friend Sun Oh (Song) Kang)

5We Are All Dead If Kingdom was discontinued in the Joseon era, can you imagine what would happen if the zombie apocalypse happened while you were in school?

“All of Us Are Dead” is based on the popular webtoon “Now At Our School” and plays Yoon Chan Yeong (All and Nothing) together with Park Ji Hu, Cho Yi Hyun, Lomon and Yoo In Soo

6 My Name “My Name” is an upcoming mystery thriller series in which Han So Hee (The World of the Married) plays a woman who goes to the police as an undercover agent for a criminal organization

7 Squid Game How far would you go to win a mysterious $ 40 million survival game? “Squid Game” follows Ki Hun (Lee Jung Jae), a man who decides to play after losing his job and bottoming out

8 Take To The Sky This Netflix original series tells the story of a man with Asperger’s Syndrome and his guardian (Lee Je Hoon and Tang Jun Sang) who open a “trauma cleansing business” to uncover the stories that the deceased left

9 So Not Worth Netflix’s upcoming sitcom “So Not Worth It” revolves around the lives of students of various nationalities who live in an international university dorm in Seoul

The cast includes Park Se Wan, Shin Hyeon Seung, Choi Young Jae from GOT& and Minnie from (G) I-DLE

If so, you don’t want to miss out on Netflix’s upcoming reality series “Paik’s Spirit”, in which Korean chef Paik Jong Won sits down for a drink with some of the country’s top celebrities and personalities

Gong Yoo, Bae Doona, Netflix, South Korea

News – PH – 10 new Korean shows you won’t want to miss on Netflix this year

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