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Netflix original K-drama "Extracurricular" subverts traditional high school teen drama cliches by exploring issues like compensated dating.
Through affairs and divorce, smash-hit K-drama “The World of the Married” explores why marriage isn’t all sunshine and butterflies.
Superstar actor Lee Min-ho and noted screenwriter Kim Eun-sook reunite for "The King: Eternal Monarch," a Netflix K-drama that spans parallel universes and is rife...
Updated for summer 2020, here are the top Korean dramas on Netflix—ranging across genres like action, romance, historical, and more.
Park Seo-joon and Kim Da-mi shine as part of an ensemble cast in a touching yet fun Korean drama.
Mixing Korean drama tropes with sprinkles of social commentary, "My Holo Love" will delight both die-hard K-drama fans and those looking for light-hearted fare.
Discover the top Korean dramas of 2019 across genres like historical, romance, action, and more—with streaming links included.
Hyun Bin and Son Ye-jin headline the amusing and geopolitically relevant drama "Crash Landing On You,” showing on Netflix and tvN.
Lee Seung-gi and Suzy star in a K-drama, now streaming on Netflix, that entertains audiences and hints at Korea’s geopolitical status.
Americans are almost always the bad guys in Korean media. Why?