Even influential US news magazine Time is getting on the K-drama train, and timing is about a good as any for the medium to get broader exposure thanks to “Netflix and Chill” being the sole source of visual entertainment for the last two months in many countries around the world. Time magazine this week posted an article listing the best 10 K-dramas to watch available on Netflix. It’s heavily skewed towards dramas that premiered in the past year (April 2019 to April 2020) with a new slightly older dramas. I’m listing in the order its mentioned in the article: Crash Landing on You, Itaewon Class, Mr. Sunshine, Kingdom, When the Camellia Blooms, Hi Bye, Mama!, Signal, Prison Playbook, Secret Forest, and the Reply (Answer Me) series. I think if the writer of the article went back further there are also slighter older series worth watching including Misaeng, Another Oh Hae Young, and That Winter, the Wind Blows. Of course not every K-drama made is available on Netflix but there is plenty of modern content to hook new viewers for sure.