WHAT TO WATCH ON NETFLIX AFTER
By Kayti Burt
So, you’ve binged your way through Squid Game, but you’re hungry for more. We’ve got you covered!
Squid Game is Netflix’s biggest show ever, but it’s far from the only Korean-language series worth watching in their collection.
We’ve got a selection of stellar Korean dramas on Netflix to watch next, including two set to premiere on the streamer before the end of the year!
In this historical drama, a 17th century crown prince has to fight against a mysterious plague of flesh-eating zombies threatening to overtake his land.
A North Korean soldier and South Korean chaebol fall in love in Netflix's 2020 action romance Crash Landing on You.
CRASH LANDING ON YOU
In Sweet Home, a high schooler moves into an apartment building after the deaths of his parents, only to discover it is the home of a species of monsters set on world domination.
A Korean-American marine moves to Korea on diplomatic assignment at the turn of the 20th century in this epic historical romance.
When pitcher Kim Je-hyeok (Squid Game’s Park Hae Soo) lands in jail days before his major league debut, he must navigate a different kind of new life in this character-driven black comedy.
If you really want to understand Korean entertainment, check out teen romance Boys Over Flowers, an iconic K-drama from 2009.
BOYS OVER FLOWERS
A woman seeks revenge for her father’s murder in My Name, an action-thriller out on Netflix on October 15th.
Train to Busan writer-director Yeon Sang-ho is back in November with Hellbound, a webtoon-based supernatural horror series in which creatures materialize on Earth to drag humans to hell.
All of these Korean TV shows are worth a watch, so you’ll definitely find something to fill the Squid Game-shaped gap in your life if you choose to stream one of these excellent series on Netflix!