Holy smokes what a diverse and rich line up Netflix has in store for K-drama viewers in 2021. The network held a press stages yesterday to showcase its upcoming dramas and released official stills for each, a veritable smorgasbord of something for someone. The dramas are (in order of where the stills appear in this post): Sea of Silence with Gong Yoo and Bae Doo Na, zombie school thriller All of Us are Dead, D.P. with Jung Hae In, Round Six (also known as Squid Game) with Lee Jung Jae and Park Hae Soo, side story Kingdom: Ashin of the North with Jeon Ji Hyun, Hellbound (or Hell) with Yoo Ah In, Park Jung Min, Kim Hyun Joo, and Won Jin Ah, Move to Heaven with Lee Je Hoon, and ensemble drama So Not Worth It (also known as I Hope the Earth Collapses Tomorrow). I want to watch it all, lol.
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So many new dramas \o/
There was an article a few days ago, that they are going to invest $500 Million in South Korea to develop new content.
I will watch them ALL!!
Yay Netflix! This is shaping up to be one of those fancy buffets that’ll satisfy appetites on many levels. The glutton in me wants to devour it all!
So excited to Kingdom and Sea of Silence. I’m surprised Hospital Playlist isn’t on here? Is the second season still going to air this year? That’s the one show I’m most excited about
These shows are Netflix exclusive. It means that it won’t be broadcasted in korean tv channels either free, comprehensive or cable.
ahh that makes sense, thanks!
I would watch everything gong yoo. I love that guy.
Lee joon looks so good there. He’s a main role for sure. Can’t wait for lee joon’s world domination soon with his fantastic acting
The red jumpsuit with mask reminded me of Money Heist.
Won Jin Ah is good in that kind of role. Like in Just Between Lovers.