There is a huge variety of Korean Drama available on Netflix. The popularity of Korean dramas and Korean pop music has been increasing with each passing day. Korean dramas always have a unique storyline, and also a unique way of putting it up on the screen.
Korean Dramas are also famous for their love triangles which will give you a Second Lead Syndrome. Not like other dramas, Korean dramas also focuses on the second leads of the drama and the story doesn’t only revolve around the main leads.
Shows to watch on Netflix in March 2021.
Viewers can now binge watch some new and interesting Korean dramas on Netflix. Here are some dramas, you can begin to watch this March 2021.
Love Alarm (Season 2)
Love Alarm2 is a sequel of Love Alarm which is a Korean Drama Series which is based on Daum webtoon by Chon Kye-young. The story revolves around three teenagers who live in a society that is influenced by the mobile application. This application tells and rings when some around you, likes or loves you.
You get a notification when someone who likes you is around you by beeping the heart in the application. The main lead Kim Jo-jo played by Kim So-Hyun, is a hardworking student who went through a family trauma. Despite all the hardships and painful family stories, JO-Jo is a bright student and does part-time jobs after school. It is going to be released on 12th March 2021.
Vincenzo is also a Korean drama released on 20 February 2021. Song Joong-ki, Jeon Yeo-been starrer drama which air new episodes every Saturday and Sunday. The drama revolves around Park Joo-Hyung played by Song Joong-ki. At the age of 8, He gets adopted by the Head of an Italian Mafia family.
Hee gets a new name there, Vincenzo Cassano. He becomes an Italian Lawyer. No more spoilers, for more watch yourself the drama on Netflix.
This Korean drama is a Kim Young-Kwang, Choi Kang-hee starrer drama which was premiered on 17 February 2021 and is available for a worldwide audience on Netflix. It is based on the novel Fantastic Girl by Kim Hye-Jung.
This story revolves around Ban Ha-ni played by Choi Kang-hee. She gets a chance to meet the 17-year-old self. Ha-ni with her younger self learns again how to love and self-heal.
Stay connected with Stanford Arts Review for more updates.