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4 Most Popular Korean Dramas On Netflix

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The year 2020 saw people travel very high on the Korean wave in India. From BTS, BlackPink, and K-dramas, we’ve got a passion for them all. And when it comes to K-dramas, the rest of the credit goes to Netflix, which boasts a crazy library of some of the finest Korean dramas of all genres, such as romantic, adventure, comedy, and horror. In reality, K-dramas’ viewership on Netflix India increased by more than 370 percent in 2020 compared to 2019. Not all K-dramas, though, got the same attention. The following K-dramas were liked and watched more than the others, making them the most successful K-dramas of 2020.

1.THE KING: ETERNAL MONARCH

 

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The Ruler: The Immortal Monarch is a fantasy story about the modern-day King of an imaginary kingdom. He inadvertently passes the enchanted door and enters the actual world that is entirely different from his realm. In the real world, he encounters a fierce police officer, and together. He embarks on an epic love quest to shut the door that links the two alternate universes. K-drama shows, among others, Lee Min-ho, Kim Go-Eun, Woo Do-hwan, and Kim Kyung-Nam.

2.KINGDOM SEASON 2

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-Set in medieval Korea during the Joseon period, the crown prince of the kingdom grapples with a deadly plague that threatens to destroy his empire and any living human. The second follows his battle with those who rose from the dead and defended his people from invincible enemies. And internal political instability. If horror thrillers and period dramas are your favorites, watch this beautifully produced K-drama starring Ju Ji-hoon, Bae Doona, Kim Sung-kyu, Jeon Seok-ho, and more.

3.IT’S OKAY NOT TO BE OKAY

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One of the great things about Korean dramas, also known as K-dramas, is that they discuss some of the most sensitive topics with beautifully written scripts and their distinctive story-telling. Like It’s OK to Not Be OK, weave dating and mental health problems together to present a genius binge-able drama. The plot follows an author who loses sympathy and has an antisocial personality disorder. And a young man who works as a mental hospital caregiver. How the two eventually repair each other’s emotional wounds forms the rest of the plot.

4.START-UP

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Starring Bae Suzy, Nam Joo-hyuk Kim Seon-ho, and Kang Ha-na, this K-drama chronicles four characters’ lives as they experience love and success while pursuing their dreams. Set in the fictional South Korean version of Silicon Valley, Seo Dal-mi is a young woman who aspires to become an entrepreneur and sets out to make her dream come true. In her journey, she comes across many people, including her extroverted successful sister, who has a tremendous impact on her life. Why she pursues her dream and passion weaves the rest of the plot. You can enjoy this show on Netflix

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