Most-Watched Netflix K-Dramas You Should Watch This Year!
Korean TV programs are more prominent than ever this year, turning even those who are new to the Hallyu stream. It serves that Netflix is continually adding new dramas to its universal library, giving watchers an accessible way to get their fix.
Here are the top 10 most-watched K-Dramas and reality shows this year so far. (via Koreaboo)
Extracurricular is Korea's 9th most viewed Netflix series this year, and the 96th frequently watched series in total. Ji Soo (performed by Kim Dong Hee) plays a high schooler, who has to pay his tuition, he is engulfed in the criminal act with classmates Min-Hee (Jung Da Bin) and Kyu Ri (Joo Hyun Park).
HI BYE MAMA
Drama Hi Bye, Mama is this year's 7th most-watched Korean show on Netflix.
In Hi Bye, Mama, Cha Yu Ri (Kim Tae Hee), who is sadly deceased, will undertake a 49-day reincarnation mission. Her spouse Jo Kang Hwa (Lee Kyu Hyung), has gotten married after grieving her sad death five years ago.
The Itaewon series is this year's 6th greatest-watched Korean series on Netflix and the 55th most-watched worldwide film. It's in Japan's Netflix Top 10, too.
Park Seo Joon portrays Park Sae Ro Yi in Itaewon Class, an ex-con who'd been chased out of school in his teens. He established out to follow in his long-dead dad's legacy by running a shop, working with his manager Jo Yi Seo (Kim Da Mi).
CRASH LANDING ON YOU
In Crash Landing On You, Son Ye Jin performs a South Korean chaebol businesswoman (Yoon Se Ri) while Hyun Bin performs a North Korean captain (Ri Jeong Hyeok). She found herself falling in love for the captain when a wild crash happened at Se Ri, leading her to land in North Korea.
IT'S OKAY NOT TO BE OKAY
Moon Gang Tae (Kim Soo Hyun) is a psychological health care nurse in It's Okay to Not Be Okay. They start healing and caring together until he bumps into Ko Moon Young (Seo Ye Ji), a troubled individual book writer with a borderline personality disorder.
THE KING: ETERNAL MONARCH
In The King: Eternal Monarch, Lee Min Ho portrays King Lee Gon, the Kingdom of Corea king, who has been rescued with a pistol by a bizarre detective. Whereas Jeong Tae Eul (Kim Go Eun), the investigator in question, works anonymously in the Republic of Korea. When King Lee Gon slips into her universe, it all changes.