ORLANDO, Fla. – Filled with captivating sights and thoughtful soundtracks, Korean dramas take viewers on a journey no matter what the genre is.
Netflix is releasing lots of new works each month as popularity grows with Korean shows and films.
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From romance to horror to thriller, there are shows for any and all interests.
Most of these shows are still releasing episodes weekly or have finished airing this month on Netflix:
‘The Sound of Magic’
“A magician living in an abandoned theme park makes troubles disappear, and hope reappear, for a disenchanted teen enduring harsh realities,” Netflix’s website reads.
“All he wanted was to find employment. Now, the world’s oddest company is offering him a job like he never imagined — a chance to be a hero,” the show’s description reads.
‘Green Mother’s Club’
“Five moms in a competitive grade school community keep their enemies close, and one another closer, as envy and secrets tangle and unravel their lives,” Netflix describes.
“Romance is sweet and bitter — and life riddled with ups and downs — in multiple stories about people who live and work on bustling Jeju Island,” Netflix’s website says.
‘My Liberation Notes’
“Neither liked nor disliked, happy nor sad, she’s always felt hopelessly empty. But now, she’s determined to break free...and finally reclaim her life,” Netflix describes.
“In a time when dreams seem out of reach, a teenage fencer pursues big ambitions and meets a hardworking young man who seeks to rebuild his life,” Netflix describes.
“In disguise as her friend, Ha-ri shows up on a blind date to scare away her friend’s prospective suitor. However, plans go awry when he turns out to be Ha-ri’s CEO and he makes a proposal,” the show’s description reads.
‘Money Heist: Korea - Joint Economic Area’
“Thieves overtake the mint of a unified Korea. With hostages trapped inside, the police must stop them — as well as the shadowy mastermind behind it all,” Netflix describes.