MUST WATCH: Korean Dramas on Netflix

MUST WATCH: Korean Dramas on Netflix

If you're in the Philippines, here are the Korean dramas you can watch online via Netflix.

'Image credit:  New on Netflix UK

'Image credit: New on Netflix UK

The Rundown

  • There's a wide selection of Korean dramas that you can watch on Netflix.
  • In the Philippines, you can watch the likes of Strongest Delivery Man, Big, Love in the Moonlight, and more on Netflix.
  • Watch Korean dramas online or offline right in your Netflix app.
  • Happy binge-watching!

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Watch Korean Dramas Online

Image credit:  MN Seoul

Image credit: MN Seoul

If you're looking for some K-dramas to watch online, look no further; Netflix has got you covered. The app brings some of the best movies, dramas, and variety shows right on your gadgets' screen. Its selection of Korean dramas is extensive and refreshed from time to time, so you will surely not run out of some content to cry on. 

If you haven't yet, go download the Netflix app on the Google Play Store, App Store, and the Microsoft Store. Of course, you can also go appl-less by using your web browser. Simply go to the Netflix website.

If you haven't created a Netflix account yet, you are eligible to watch your favorite Korean dramas for free on a 30-day trial basis! There's no catch. Just sign up, binge, and cancel if you're not satisfied. 

But it's very unlikely that you'll be disappointed, so let's jump to the subscription fees that you'd have to pay to watch Korean shows and movies on Netflix. Here are the fees per month:

  • Basic at ₱370 (Watch shows on Netflix on one screen at a time.)
  • Standard at ₱470 (Watch high-def shows on Netflix on up to two screens at a time.)
  • Premium at ₱550 (Watch ultra high-def shows on Netflix on up to four screens at the same time.)

If the fees are out of your budget, split the Standard or Premium plans with your friends or family. It should bring down the cost for you.

Must Watch K-Dramas on Netflix 

'Big'. Image credit: Soompi

'Big'. Image credit: Soompi

The one thing you should know about Netflix is that not all shows are guaranteed to be up in the app for long. You wouldn't know when the current line-up of Korean dramas will be refreshed, though once in a while Netflix or other news sites make some announcements. 

However, having been a user for several years now, I've seen many Korean dramas stay for more than a year on Netflix, while some just disappear like the protagonist 444 from the K-drama Black. (Yep, it's currently on Netflix!)

Right now, here are some Korean dramas that you can watch online and enjoy:

1. Boys Over Flowers (2009)

Coming-of-age K-drama starring Lee Min Ho, Ku Hye Sun, Kim Bum, Kim Hyun Joong, and Kim Joon

'Boys Over Flowers' on Netflix has one volume with 25 episodes each running for about 64 min.

2. Strong Girl Bong Soon (2017)

Office rom-com tackling social crimes starring Park Hyung Sik, Park Bo Young, and Ji Soo

'Strong Girl Bong-Soon' on Netflix has 16 episodes, with each averaging to 1 hour and 2 minutes each.

3. Black (2017)

Humorous thriller starring Song Seung Heon, Go Ara, and Kim Dong Jun.

'Black' on Netflix has 18 episodes averaging 1 hour and 15 min each.

4. A Korean Odyssey (2017)

Join Lee Seung Gi, Cha Seung Won, and and Oh Yeon So in this epic Korean drama.

'Hwayugi' or 'A Korean Odyssey' has 20 episodes, each running for an average of 1 hour and 10 minutes.

5. Uncontrollably Fond (2016)

Heartbreaking love story featuring Kim Woo Bin and Bae Suzy.

'Uncontrollably Fond' on Netflix has 20 episodes, with each averaging a minute shy of an hour.

6. Live (2018)

Action-packed drama starring Lee Kwang Soo, Jung Yu Mi, Shin Dong Wook, Bae Seong Woo, and Bae Jong Ok.

'Live' on Netflix has 18 episodes, with each one running at an average length of 1 hr and 15 min.

7. Orange Marmalade (2015)

Vampire love story featuring Yeo Jin Goo, Seoulhyun, and Lee Jong Hyun of CNBLUE.

'Orange Marmalade' has 12 episodes, each averaging 60 minutes.

8. Big (2012)

Heart-warming rom-com starring Gong Yoo, Bae Suzy, Lee Min Jung, and Shin Won Ho.

'Big' on Netflix has 16 hour-long episodes.

9. Full House (2004)

Feel-good rom-com featuring Rain and Song Hye Kyo.

'Full House' on Netflix has 16 episodes, with each one averaging 60 minutes in length.

10. Hwarang (2016)

Youthful and adorable drama featuring Park Seo Joon, Park Hyung Sik, Go Ara, Choi Min Ho, and V

'Hwarang' on Netflix has 20 episodes, each running for 58 minutes.

11. Strongest Delivery Man (2017)

Rom-com top billed by versatile actors Go Kyung Pyo and Chae Soo Bin

'Strongest Delivery Man' on Netflix airs 16 episodes that are less than 60 minutes each.

12. Mr. Sunshine (2018)

Historical and political drama featuring Lee Byung Hun, Kim Tae Ri, Yoo Yoon Seok, Byun Yo Han, and Kim Min Jung.

'Mr. Sunshine' on Netflix adds new episodes weekly from now through September 16.


TIPS!

  • Other Korean dramas you may watch online via Netflix include Something in the Rain, Oh My Ghost, Hello, My Twenties, 12 Years Promise, My Horrible Boss, Reply 1994, and more.
  • Aside from Korean dramas, you can also watch Korean movies and variety shows on Netflix.
  • Titles include Men on a Mission, Chef & My Fridge, Hidden Singer, and Pyschokinesis.
  • Some shows are available for offline download as well! 

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