Korean Dramas You Can Watch on Netflix

Everyone knows – once you get started on a Korean drama, or as devotees call them, K-dramas, you’ll find it extremely difficult to peel your eyes away from the screen and usually find yourself binging hard episode after episode.

Netflix boasts a wide selection of streaming Korean dramas with subtitles to boot and the best part: there are no commercials AND Netflix allows you to skip those boring introductions and title sequences. Not to mention, the subtitles are A+ too!


If you are a hardcore K-drama fan, simply download the Netflix app on your mobile and download the episode when you have WIFI so you can watch your favourite series on-the-go without depleting your mobile data.


Here are a few shows we’ve put together to get you started on your next K-drama marathon:

My Only Love Song

A quirky and romantic series on a top actress who runs away in an old van that guides her on a time-travelling journey when things don’t go her way during a shooting for her new show.

White Nights

A cold-hearted heiress, a man from her past and an ambitious new hire in her company all become entangled on a battleground for money and power.

Hello, My Twenties!

With different personalities, life goals and taste in men, five female college students become housemates in a shared residence called Belle Epoque.

My Runway 

An egotistic top male model and a pretty model wannabe are forced to live each other’s lives until they figure out a way to undo their body switch.

The Sound of Your Heart 

Based on Korea’s longest running webtoon series, this comedy follows the ridiculous daily lives of a cartoonist, his girlfriend and his subpar family.

One More Time

This fantasy drama follows an indie band singer who repeatedly undergoes unwanted time slips and the girlfriend he must save from an unlucky fate.

A Good Rain Knows

An architect travelling on business and his college crush are thrown together by chance and discover their friendship may be more than platonic.

Men on a Mission

Male celebs play make-believe as high-schoolers, welcoming star transfer students every week and engaging in battles of witty humour and slapstick.

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