The 40 Best Korean Dramas on Netflix Right Now

Korean content has seen a surge in popularity in the U.S. over recent years, from the zombie flick Train to Busan and Bong Joon-ho’s Oscar-winning satire Parasite to the dystopian drama that took over the world in 2023, Squid Game. Luckily for anyone who saw Squid Game and wants to check out more Korean television dramas, a.k.a. K-dramas, Netflix has one of the largest libraries in the United States of the best Korean dramas and films.

From action to romance to mystery, melodrama, and even more dystopia, there’s a K-drama out there for everyone’s TV taste. We can also expect several highly-anticipated new Korean TV shows on Netflix in 2023 (opens in new tab), but that doesn’t mean you have to wait to dive into some beloved dramas. These are the best shows to check out immediately (prepare to get totally invested in a 16-episode season). If you’re a Hulu subscriber, you can also see our guide to the best K-dramas on Hulu.

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