4 Korean Drama That Can Accompany Your Work from Home

Korean Dramas That Can Accompany Your Work
A selection of the latest Korean shows from Netflix in 2020 can be your friend during work from home. / Photo Source: ist

Netflix presents a wide selection of South Korean drama best stories from various genres, ranging from reality shows, crime dramas, sci-fi series with horror elements, to romance dramas. This show can be an option to accompany while staying at home or work from home (WFH).

We believe extraordinary Korean drama stories from Korea can inspire and build empathy. And open our shared understanding of the world. Starting from K-pop, K-food, to K-zombie, we see how the world community is connected to each other through their love of stories and everything related to Korea. That is why we are committed to investing in the Korean creative community. Said Netflix Vice President of Korean Content, Minyoung Kim in his official statement on Wednesday (25/03).

In 2019, Crash Landing on You, a romantic Korean drama series. That tells the story of a couple from two different countries. South Korea and North Korea, prove that this unique love story loved by fans all over the world. The show even made it into the list of 10 best-selling Korean series in the Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, and Thailand.

The love of the world for shows originating from Korea with a unique storyline continues this year. One of them is the Kingdom series, whose second season returned on March 13. The K-zombie series is one of the Top 10 Netflix content in almost every country in Asia, and millions of people around the world also choose to watch their second season, including those who have never watched similar shows before.

The following are a selection of the latest Korean shows from Netflix in 2020 based on the official statement.

1. Rugal Korean drama:

A police detective who loses everything due to a crime organization demands revenge. When he gets special abilities through biotechnology. The main character of this film is Choi Jin-hyuk, Park Sung-Woong. And premiered on March 28, 2020.

2. Time to Hunt:

In a dystopian city, Jun-Seok has just released from prison. And is currently planning his next step to start a new life with his friends Jang-ho, Ki-hoon, and Sang-soo. However, their excitement for the plan did not last long because someone unknown had chased after them. Can these three friends escape hunting?

The film premiered April 10, 2020, with lead actors Lee Je-hoon, Ahn Jae-hong, Choi Woo-Shik, Park Jeong-min, Park Hae-soo.

3. Extracurricular Korean drama:

Extracurricular lifts the story of high school students who choose a criminal life to earn money. And as a consequence, their lives threatened by extreme risk. Oh, Jisoo finally committed a serious crime that driven by his determination to make his own college money, in any way. Seo Minhee was caught up in Jisoo’s crime while Bae Gyuri, Jisoo’s schoolmate, was also involved in the same crime.

4. The King: Eternal Monarch:

The King: Eternal Monarchies a romantic fantasy drama that tells the relationship of two people who come from different parallel worlds. King Lee Gon is trying to close the gates between dimensions. While Jung Tae-eul, a police inspector, just wants to protect the lives of people in his world. The King: Eternal Monarch written by Kim Eun-suk ( Guardian: The Lonely and Great God, Mr. Sunshine, Descendants of the Sun ), and directed by Baek Sang-hoon ( Secret, Who Are You: School 2015 and Descendants of the Sun ) and Jeong Jee-Hyun.

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