Asian Dramas & Movies Apps on Google Play

She takes up a new identity as a member of the police force working with her father’s old partner, Choi Mu-jin (Park Hee-soon). Starring Park Seo-joon and IU in the lead role, the long in the making and much-anticipated Korean sports movie is finally available for international audiences. The movie chronicles a team participating in the annual international soccer championship called Homeless World Cup.

As Joon-hee starts working near her office, the two reconnect and their relationship evolves from friendship to a blossoming romance. Strong Woman Do Bong Soon centres around the extraordinary life of Do Bong-soon, a young woman with superhuman strength. Despite having a small frame and appearing fragile, Bong-soon has tremendous physical strength that she acquired from the females in her family. She struggles to restrain her might, though, and worries about hurting other people.

IU takes on the role of Lee So-min, a director wanting to gain fame by making a documentary on the team’s success story. Despite a rocky start, as time passes, Hong-dae and So-min take a liking to each other. Starring Lee Sung-min, Lee Hak-joo, and Kyung Soo-jin in lead roles, the new season amps up the drama. The first season saw veteran Detective Kim Taek-rok putting him on hold retirement following his colleague’s death and in pursuit of the unknown blackmailer. The new season sees him being transferred to the police force’s Women and Juveniles Unit after the killer, who claims to be Taek-rok’s friend, disappears.

Han Chul-soo and Kim Yong-min co-direct the upcoming crime drama, I’ve Been Waiting For You For a Long Time, set to release on July 26. The series features a talented cast including Na In-woo, Kim Ji-eun, and Kwon Yool. The storyline revolves around Detective Oh who joins a special investigation team tasked with unraveling a murder case in the countryside. As Oh delves into the mystery, he also seeks vengeance for his younger brother’s death, which occurred under mysterious circumstances.

Apart from being one of the best Korean dramas on 누누티비 시즌2, My Name is also among the most compelling crime noir series in streaming history. Playing out over 8 episodes, Ji-woo’s revenge plot, her tragic romance, the gritty South Korean underworld, and the extremely bloody fight scenes in My Name has all the elements of a classic noir story. Surprisingly not based on any specific true story, Queenmaker nonetheless authentically captures the cutthroat world of mayoral politics in Seoul, South Korea. For 11 episodes, Do-hee, Kyung-sook, and their team not only face Korea’s greatest politicians, but also put their lives in danger, for the hope of a better future for Seoul and themselves. Queenmaker is one of the best Korean dramas on Netflix for viewers looking for a near-perfectly crafted modern political epic.

Yoon Ji-ho (Jung So-min) is a struggling screenwriter who dreams of developing her own k-dramas, but she’s relegated to being a highly underpaid writer’s assistant on mediocre shows. After she’s forced to move out of her apartment, she ends up renting out a room in Sae-hee’s house. When they realize that a fake-marriage would be mutually advantageous for both their precarious financial situations and societal expectations, they decide to tie the knot. Obviously, one thing leads to another and they’re unable to separate their contractual marriage from the real feelings that they begin to develop. This coming-of-age romance follows Hong Ra-on (Kim Yoo-jung), a relationship counselor who lives as a man named Sam-nom for safety reasons.

Featuring a star-studded cast of industry veterans—most notably Oscar-winner Youn Yuh-jung (!)—this heartwarming slice-of-life drama follows elderly friends who are just vibing in their last years of life. After Park Wan (Go Hyun-jung) decides to write a novel about the life of the elderly at the behest of her mother, she gets close to her mother’s group of lifelong friends and learns their small but significant life stories. The series is a love story about friendship and lifelong connections that looks through time at old memories and the ways those moments thread into our twilight years.

Korean media has dubbed the star actress in this series, Gong Hyo Jin, the queen of romantic comedies, so you know it’s going to be good. When the Camellia Blooms is ultimately an incredible story of love, told through the dizzying plot line involving a serial killer, a single mom, social stigma, and small town drama. A Korean Odyssey is a modern take on the classic novel Journey to the West. This fantasy and drama series revolves around a conflict between the two central characters, Son Oh-Gong and Woo Ma-wang, set in a dark world full of evil. Netflix’s K-dramas have already been off to a great start this year, with a wide variety of genres available.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *