7 Netflix Original K-Dramas For Your 2022

This year, Netflix has aired many high-rated K-Dramas, including Love Alarm 2 to Squid Game. The ratings this year have been positive and promising, hence Netflix has prepared a fresh set of line-ups of K-Dramas to air next year. 


  1. All of Us Are Dead

All of Us Are Dead, a webtoon adaptation will tell a story of how a group of students are stuck in their school when a zombie outbreak hits. The students fight to the death to avoid the zombies when they try to run away from the school and to a safer place. The drama was released in January 2022

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  1. Juvenile Justice

Hyena star, Kim Hye-soo, makes a comeback with Juvenile Justice. Her character is going to be a judge that hates teenagers but is forced to deal with cases involving teenage rebellion and suchlike. From there, she is going to learn how to properly be a grownup.  

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  1. Money Heist

A popular Netflix Spanish heist crime drama is going to have its Korean adaptation. The Korean story is going to follow a Professor who plans on doing the biggest heist in history. 

The professor will then gather a team of the following: Berlin (Park Hae Soo), Tokyo (Jun Jong Seo), Moscow (Lee Won Jong), Denver (Kim Ji Hoon), Nairobi (Jang Yoon Ju), Rio (Lee Hyun Woo), dan Oslo (Lee Kyu Ho). 

The drama airs in the second half of 2020 with a total of 12 episodes.


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  1. Queen of the Scene

This original Netflix K-drama is going to be a fantasy-comedy, starring actress Park Ha Sun and Gong Hyo Jin. It tells a story about a writer who is trapped in one of her stories. She is going to fight her way back to reality. 

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  1. Remarriage & Desires

This show will tell a matchmaking story in upper-class society. A classic drama that centres around finding the highest elite match to upgrade social status and asset claims. Actors like  Kim Hee Sun, Lee Hyun Wook, Jung Eugene, Cha Ji Yeon, and Park Hoon are going to star in this drama. 

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  1. The Sound of Magic

Ji Chang Wook, Choi Sung Eun, Hwang In Yeop, and Nam Da Reum will all-star in this Netflix original series. Adapted from a webtoon, this drama will tell a story about Yoon Ah Yi (Choi Sung Eun) whose parents left because of their crushing debt. 

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  1. Suriname

Filled with stars such as Ha Jung Woo, Hwang Jung Min, Park Hae Soo, Jo Woo Jin, and Yoo Yeon Seok, Suriname is a series based on a true story that happened in the United States. It follows Kang In Gu (Ha Jung Woo) who started a business in America called Suriname

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Just like in 2021, we don’t have to fear running out of things to watch. There are going to be heaps of shows to binge! Which one are you most looking forward to? 

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