Netflix has premiered 23 Korean series (k-dramas) in a single day

South Korean fans are in luck!

Netflix has premiered 23 Korean series (k-dramas) in a single day
Juan Carlos Saloz

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Netflix’s catalog is expanding rapidly, and despite a significant downturn it faced, more and more people are discovering a variety of shows on the platform that surprise them. One of the genres that has seen significant growth in recent years has been Turkish dramas, but it’s not the only country with its own array of series. Another country that Netflix is betting big on is South Korea.


According to Netflix data, in 2022, 60% of its users watched at least one title produced in South Korea. The Asian country has surged to the forefront of global production, leading Netflix to release a whopping 23 k-dramas (Korean dramas) in just one day.

What are the new South Korean series that you can watch on Netflix?

Among the series Netflix has released are some productions in the style of “Bridgerton” like “The Last Empress.” But it also has unconventional romantic comedies like “My Girlfriend is a Gumiho” or series centered around specific professions like “Wok of Love” and “Doctors.”

Here’s a list of the 23 new titles that Netflix has added to its catalog:

  1. The Last Empress
  2. My Girlfriend is a Gumiho
  3. Hot Stove League
  4. Rooftop Prince
  1. Dr. Romantic
  2. Wok of Love
  3. A Girl Who Sees Smells
  4. Pinocchio: I Can’t Lie
  1. Beautiful Gong Shim
  2. Master’s Sun
  3. Vip: Personal Secrets
  4. Suspicious Partner
  5. Reunited Worlds
  1. Don’t Dare to Dream
  2. Dr. Yo-han
  3. The Fiery Priest
  4. Still 17
  5. Doctors
  1. Birth of a Beauty
  2. I Can Hear Your Voice
  3. Yong Pal
  4. The Secret Life of My Secretary
  5. Hyde, Jekyll, Me
Juan Carlos Saloz

Juan Carlos Saloz

Cultural journalist specialized in film, series, comics, video games, and everything your parents tried to keep you away from during your childhood. Also an aspiring film director, screenwriter, and professional troublemaker.

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