Article: 10 Most Watched K-Dramas On Netflix

While we all enjoy watching K-dramas, not all of us are fluent in Korean or live in Korea. So, we have to resort to other ways to watch our favorite K-Dramas from the comfort of our homes in any part of the world. In this article, we will talk about ten K-Dramas available on Netflix.

1. Crash Landing On You (2019)

Crash Landing On You is a love story of a South Korean heiress who landed in North Korea after a paragliding accident and a North Korean military officer who falls in love with her and hides her so that he can protect her. The series has 16 episodes and is available on Netflix.

2. Mr. Sunshine (2018)

Mr. Sunshine revolves around Eugene Choi, a slave born in Joseon. He becomes a Marine Corps officer after fleeing to the United States in 1871. Eugene meets and falls in love with an aristocrat's granddaughter, Go Ae-shin, who is a member of the Righteous Army, when he returns to Joseon for an assignment. Their love is tested by their distinct social statuses and the involvement of Kim Hui-seong, Ae-shin's fiancée. The show is available on Netflix and has 24 total episodes.

3. Vagabond (2019)

Vagabond is a story about a regular man who encounters unexpected circumstances that push him into the center of a corruption scandal. This drama series is available on Netflix and has 16 episodes in total.

4. Love Alarm (2019)

The story of Love Alarm revolves around Kim Jojo, who encounters love while coping with her own challenges in a world where an app signals people if someone nearby likes them. The show has 14 episodes and can be watched on Netflix.

5. The Uncanny Counter (2020)

The Counters work as noodle shop employees by day and demon hunters by night. They use their unique skills to track down evil spirits who haunt humans. The series has two seasons with total 28 episodes. It is available on Netflix.

6. It's Okay to Not Be Okay (2020)

Moon Gang-tae lives with his older brother Moon Sang-tae who is autistic. They've been moving around a lot since Sang-tae saw their mother's murder. Gang-Tae works as a caregiver in a psychiatric ward and while working in a hospital, he meets Ko Moon-young, an established children's book author who has antisocial personality disorder. The series has 16 episodes, and it is available on Netflix.

7. Squid Game (2021)

In Squid Games, hundreds of poor people agree to an unusual request to participate in children's games. On the inside, an appealing prize with lethal high stakes is awaiting, a game of survival with an enormous 45.6-billion-won bonus on the line. The show has ten episodes and can be viewed on Netflix.

8. Navillera (2021)

Navillera is a story about a 70-year-old with a dream and a 23-year-old with a talent who help each other overcome adversity and rise to the difficulties to become ballerinas. The series is available on Netflix and has 12 episodes.

9. Vincenzo (2021)

Vincenzo is a story about a Korean-Italian mafia lawyer who is an unmatched competition to a conglomerate with justice during a visit to his homeland. The series has 21 total episodes and is available on Netflix.

10. Move To Heaven (2021)

Gu-ru and Sang-gu, who work as trauma cleansers, find diverse stories of the dead while feeling various emotions and feelings toward life, death, and family. The series has ten episodes available on Netflix.