SUMMARY – Korean drama series and movies for 2024.

Get ready for a year of heart-pounding thrillers, heartwarming romances, and genre-bending stories! Netflix just unveiled its 2024 lineup of Korean dramas and movies, promising something for everyone.

Dive into new worlds of kdrama:

  • Unravel mysteries in “A Killer Paradox” and “The 8 Show,” or get swept away by family drama in “Chicken Nugget.”
  • Experience political intrigue in “The Whirlwind” or chase clues alongside detectives in “The Frog.”
  • Laugh and cry with the heartwarming “Mr.┬áPlankton” and the swoon-worthy “The Trunk,” starring Gong Yoo and Seo Hyun-jin.

Korean drama fan favorites return:

  • Brace yourself for the highly anticipated seasons of “Squid Game,” “Hellbound,” “Gyeongseong Creature,” and “Sweet Home.”
  • Or more action in “Physical: 100” season 2, and find love again in “Single’s Inferno” season 4.

Korean drama series and movies for 2024 that captivate:

  • Witness Song Joong-ki’s journey in “My Name is Loh Kiwan,” and laugh along with Kim Woo-bin in “Officer Black Belt.”
  • Prepare for sci-fi thrills in “The Great Flood” and epic swordsmanship in “Uprising,” produced by Park Chan-wook.

Netflix, a global streaming giant, announces a captivating roster of Korean drama series and movies for 2024. This diverse lineup promises thrilling narratives, star-studded casts, and highly anticipated sequels.

In the first half of the year, viewers can look forward to gripping releases such as “A Killer Paradox,” a webtoon-based thriller, and the unique “Chicken Nugget,” blending comedy and mystery. “The 8 Show” and “Parasyte: The Grey” add depth to Netflix’s 2024 offerings.

The latter half brings political drama “The Whirlwind” and mystery series “The Frog,” featuring acclaimed actors Kim Hee-ae, Sol Kyung-gu, Kim Yun-seok, and Yoon Kye-sang.

Romantic comedy-drama “Mr. Plankton” and the heartwarming “The Trunk,” starring Gong Yoo and Seo Hyun-jin, are set to captivate audiences in the second half of 2024.

Netflix continues its success with sequels to global hits like “Squid Game,” “Hellbound,” and “Gyeongseong Creature,” along with the third season of “Sweet Home.”

Returning variety shows include “Physical: 100” in Q1 2024 and “Zombieverse” and “Single’s Inferno” in Q4.

Adding cinematic flair, four Korean films, including “My Name is Loh Ki-wan” and “Officer Black Belt,” showcase the diversity of storytelling. “Uprising,” a Park Chan-wook scripted film, promises an exhilarating journey with stellar performances by Gang Dong-won and Park Jeong-min.

Source: Korea Herald