Every month, film and series buffs look forward to new releases on streaming platforms like Netflix. They anticipate new series to binge and new movies to fall in love with (and possible review), which they can also share with friends and family. And this March, enthusiasts of Korean film and series are in for a treat!
That’s because Netflix Philippines has announced its roster of Korean flicks and dramas that will be arriving on the platform starting this month. Fans of Korean actors, actresses, and idols will surely love the new offerings for the rest of the year, as many of our beloved actors will be back on our screens this 2021. (Read: 3 Platforms Where You Can Listen to Kpop Other Than Spotify)
So if you’re looking for a sign to start binging Korean movies and series again, My Pope Philippines is here to give you one big sign! Here are some of the new K-offerings coming to Netflix soon.
Korean Shows on Netflix: D.P.
D.P., short for “Deserter Pursuit,” is a military drama revolving around army private Joon-ho who becomes part of the Deserter Pursuit team. The team’s main job is to track down military deserters, but along the way encounters many confused young soldiers.
The shows stars Jung Hae-in (Something in the Rain), Koo Kyo-hwan (Peninsula), Kim Sung-kyun (Reply 1994), and Son Seok-koo (Designated Survivor: 60 Days).
Korean Shows on Netflix: The Silent Sea
The Silent Sea is another addition to the growing collection of Korean space-themed films and series, after the blockbuster Space Sweepers starring Song Joong-ki. (Read: 3 More Films, Series Where You Can Watch Song Joong Ki) The new series follows a special team assembled to go to an abandoned research facility on the moon. It is set a couple of decades from now when the Earth has already been deserted.
The series is top-billed by Gong Yoo (Goblin), Bae Doona (Sense8), and Lee Joon (The Vampire Detective).
Korean Shows on Netflix: Kingdom: Ashin of the North
Kingdom: Ashin of the North is a special standalone episode from the Kingdom universe. It explores the backstory of a mysterious character that Lee Chang’s (Ju Ji-hoon) group encountered during their trip to the north when they were trying to discover the origins of the infection. (LOOK: These Hallyu-Inspired Items Are a Must-Add to Cart!)
Korean Shows on Netflix: So Not Worth It
So Not Worth It is a coming-of-age drama about students in a dorm who come from multicultural backgrounds. They embark on different adventures and learn more about each other during their stay in the dorms.
Choi Young-jae of boy group GOT7, Minnie from girl group (G)I-DLE, Han Hyun-min (Tale of Fairy), Park Se-wan (No Second Chance), and newcomer Shin Hyeon-seung star in this series created by Kwon Ik-joon.
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