New K-Dramas On Netflix in 2022: Die-hard fans of K-dramas, this article is especially for you. As the South Korean tv industry is spreading its reign all over the world over the night, every means of entertainment from the country is winning our hearts, be it anime, movies, or tv series.
The typical warmth of K-drama, the unique charm of their actors and actresses, and the amazing versatile storyline stand them apart amidst the vast field of drama and series.
In 2022 also, Netflix is bringing a large number of K-dramas for us to devour. After the global hit like Squid Game, Sweet Home Netflix is on the way to propagating both the number and quality of its upcoming K- dramas. Whether it is eyes flooding romance, sci-fi misadventure, or zombie outbreak, Netflix K-dramas have the whole package.
So, here is the New K-Dramas on Netflix coming in 2022:
All of Us Are Dead-
Premiere: January 28, 2022
Cast: Yoon Chan-young, Park Ji-hoo, Cho Yi-hyun, Park Solomon, Yoo In-soo
Genre: Zombie apocalypse
A group of students gets trapped inside a school amidst a virus outbreak which will make all of the zombies. This series is mixing the two most popular genres of tv shows, especially K-dramas- young adult high school drama and zombie as the students will fall in love yet in the middle of this chaos. A somewhat predictable theme like zombie can only be made highly engaging by the South Korean industry.
Premiere: January 2022
Cast: Kim Hye-soo, Kim Mu-yeol, Lee Sung-min
Genre: Legal drama
Kim Hye-soo, famed for starring in ‘Hyena’, plays a judge here. Owing to an incident of her youth in which she was a victim of a crime, she is infamous for hating Juvenile defenders. But will her perspective change when she is appointed to a juvenile court? The process of maturation as the protagonist deals with adulthood is the central theme of the show.
Cast: Yoo Ji-tae, Park Hae-soo, Jeon Jong-seo, Lee Won-jong, Park Myung-hoon
Genre: Crime drama
The Heist is in Korea now. Extremely popular and fan-favorite, a global hit Netflix’s Spanish ‘Money Heist’ now is going to be adapted into a K-drama. Park Hae-soo from ‘Squid Game’ is starring in the character of Berlin here.
And Professor and Tokyo are played by Yoo Ji-tae and Jeon Jong-seo. Can’t wait for it right? Yes, we feel you.
The Youngest Son of a Conglomerate-
Cast: Song Joong-ki, Lee Sung-min, Shin Hyun-been
Genre: Revenge drama
After the not-so-surprising success of ‘Vincenzo’, actor Song Joong-ki is going to star in this revenge drama series about a chaebol family who has a large business conglomerate. One of their workers dies after he is forced to be unjustly trapped in an embezzlement case. Afterwards he is reborn as the youngest song of the family and begins his quest for revenge.
Cast: Lee Byung-Hun, Shin Min-A, Cha Seung-Won, Han Ji-Min etc.
Genre: Romance drama
This series revolves around people on Jeju island as their lives follow the turn of love, romance, and struggle.
The Sound of Magic-
Cast: Ji Chang-wook, Choi Sung-eun, Hwang In-youp
Choi Sung-eun is playing a high school student Yoon A-yi who and her sister are abandoned by their parents. She now does part-time jobs to support themselves. But when she meets a magician who grants her a boon to speed up time so that she can grow up faster, how does her life change?
Remarriage & Desires-
Cast: Kim Hee-Seon, Lee Hyun-Wook, Jung Eugene, Park Hoon
It features a matchmaking service called ‘Rex’ which helps ambitious clients to marry people from the elite group. ‘Remarriage & Desire’ is going to be a satirical outlook of Korean society by showing the absurd competition between members.
Queen of the Scene-
Cast: Gong Hyo-jin
Genre: Paranormal comedy
Famed for starring in ‘When the Camellia Blooms’, Gong Hyo-jin is playing the role of a writer who gets stuck in her own story. Her stories are usually full of shocking twists. So, when she is trapped inside this world made by her only, how will she get back to reality?
Cast: Jeno Yeo-been, Nana, Lee Dong-hwi, Ryu Kyung-soo
Genre: Mystery Thriller, Comedy
Another one from the hit K-drama ‘Vincenzo’! Jeon Yeo-bin is starring as the protagonist here whose boyfriend disappears following a mysterious light flashing. To find him and bring him back, she seeks the aid of the UFO community members.
Cast: Ha Jung-Woo, Hwang Jung-Min, Jo Woo- Jin, Yoo Yeon-Seok, Park Hae- Soo
This upcoming K-drama is already being compared with ‘Narcos’. Park Hae-soo here is in the role of a businesswoman who is collaborating with a National Intelligence Service to arrest a drug lord of South Korea.
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