Netflix has been making a dedicated effort to build up its selection and creation of international entertainment. Korean shows and movies in particular have seen a remarkable jump since last year and viewers can expect to find a wide selection to choose from.
There are a ton of great movies and show to see, but today we want to focus on those shows that keep you wanting more at the end of each episode. Here are 3 Korean Dramas to watch this weekend on Netflix.
Oh My Ghost (2015)
This drama is mysterious from the get go — men are being hospitalized with unstable temperatures, a vengeful ghost wanders around town possessing beautiful women, and a sleepy girl who falls asleep at work are all introduced in the first 15 minutes. As a viewer you want to unravel the mystery and find out who these characters are.
Starring: Park Bo-young, Jo Jung-suk, Kim Seul-gi
Momo Salon (2014)
Hennie has moved from Busan to Seoul to pursue her dream of opening her own hair salon. The shop is open and Hennie is ready to help her customer’s achieve their ideal hair dream, the only problem is that she doesn’t have any — any customers that is. That is the case until her drunk neighbor walks in to pick-up some packages and wonders if he should get a hair cut. Momo Salon is quirky and bright and something that you can feel good about binging on.
Starring:Lizzy (After School and Orange Caramel), Park Jung-min, Lee Sang-hee
It’s Okay, That’s Love (2014)
This drama stars some familiar and well known faces including Lee Kwang-soo, a essential member of variety show Running Man, and Do Kyung-soo better known as D.O from EXO. In the first minute a man is leaving jail, high fives other inmates, takes off his shirt, and undulates his body in kind of sexy celebration dance all as two guards watch on. On top of that the second minute has a pool party and an attempted murder. If that doesn’t mean this is a going to be a good drama, I don’t know what is.
Starring: Jo In-sung, Kong Hyo-jin, Lee Kwang-soo, Do Kyung-soo