Watch out for these Korean shows coming to Netflix this 2020

Watch out for these Korean shows coming to Netflix this 2020

Lee Min Ho is finally back.

Netflix is a gift that keeps on giving. It’s been continuously giving us a bang for our buck with a seemingly endless list of choices, from mind-boggling suspense movies, quality comedy, animation, and of course, who could overlook all the Korean content? We’ve all binged Kingdom, and have been pleasantly awed by its sheer glory, loved every moment of Itaewon Class, and who could forget the kilig that Hyun Bin and Son Ye Jin brought on screen with Crash Landing on You?

Netflix has been continuously offering us the best Korean shows out there, and it’s only bound to get better with Netflix’s 2020 slate, featuring shows that would make just about anyone fall in love, cry, and laugh.

The King: Eternal Monarch

Get this: a fantasy drama with monarchs, multidimensional travel, and romance. And oh, did we mention that the king is Lee Min Ho? Yup, Lee Min Ho’s much-awaited comeback after his military service is finally here, and we can’t wait to meet him as King Lee Gon. And to fuel the hype, the drama is written by Kim Eun Sook, a.k.a. the very same genius behind Goblin and Descendants of the Sun. The show is going to be out in April, and we are definitely counting the days until we can finally start streaming.

 

 

It’s Okay to Not Be Okay 

Speaking ong comebacks, Kim So Hyun, who we all loved in My Love from the Star, is also returning with It’s Okay to Not Be Okay, alongside actress Seo Ye Ji. The story revolves around two people whose romance becomes an essential tool in healing each other’s emotional wounds. The show will be streaming on Netflix starting June. 

Extracurricular

Who doesn’t love stories of high schoolers living out-of-this-world lives? In Extracurricular, a group of teenagers find themselves living a life of crime and violence. Oh Jisoo (played by Kim Dong Hee) ends up committing a serious crime, all because he wants money to pay for his tuition. The show will be available for streaming on April 24. 

Twogether

Us K-Drama fans are no stranger to language barriers, but in Twogether, it’s not only us who’ll be wondering what words mean what in conversations. In the reality show, two actors from different countries will be taking a trip to several cities in Asia to meet their fans. The first installment of the show will feature Korean actor Lee Seung Gi (who starred in the Netflix Original Vagabond) and Taiwanese actor  Jasper Liu. The show is still in production and Netflix is yet to announce the release date. 

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