Top 6 Best Korean Dramas Currently Streaming on Netflix

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Last Updated on April 29, 2024 by Jawad Ali

There has never been a single type of Korean drama that didn’t have its unique style, but when it came to suspense, none of them could compare to their Korean counterparts. They are the most prolific creators of shows people can’t stop watching because they combine the best parts of mystery and suspense with great storytelling and acting.

If you need a break from reality and a mental jolt, go to our list of the best six Korean thriller dramas now streaming on Netflix. Free streaming of K-dramas is available on various websites.

1. The Penthouse

The Penthouse: War in Life, from South Korea, stars Lee Ji-ah, Kim So-Yeon, Eugene, Um Ki-Joon, Yoon Jong-Hoon, and Park Eun-Seok, and it’s one of the best thriller k-dramas available on Netflix. The heroes of this Joo Dong-min and Kim Soon-ok series are real estate agents and professors vying for the top spots in their respective fields. It demonstrates how some mothers may band together in wickedness to defend their children and themselves.

2. Flower of Evil

Flower of Evil is a new South Korean drama starring Lee Joon-gi, Moon Chae-won, Jang Hee-jin, and Seo Hyun-woo. Lee Joon-character, gi’s Baek Hee-sung, is a private guy who doesn’t want his detective wife, Cha Ji-won, to learn anything about him (Moon Chae-won). When Cha Ji-won begins to think that her seemingly ideal hubby is hiding something from her, she and her coworkers get obsessed with a string of unsolved killings. They appear to have a picture-perfect family life, complete with a loving marriage and a gorgeous kid who adores both parents.

3. Squid Game

This show is essential to completing a Netflix collection of decent thriller Korean dramas. Squid Game, a survival drama produced in South Korea and available on Netflix, was developed by Hwang Dong-Hyuk. The cast also features Lee Jung-Jae, Park Hae-soo, Wi Ha-Joon, HoYeon Jung, O Yeong-Su, Heo Sung-Tae, Anupam Tripathi, and Kim Joo-Young. As of a recent airing, the total prize pool for the show’s 456 contestants was $45.6 billion (around $38 million, €33 million, or GB£29 million). The contestants competed by playing a variety of dangerous activities designed for children. The show is named after a well-known Korean children’s game. Hwang came up with the scheme as a solution to the economic difficulties he had as a young man, the social stratification in South Korea, and capitalism in that country.

4. Extracurricular

Kim Dong-Hee, Park Ju-Hyun, Jung Da-bin, Nam Yoon-Su, Choi Min-soo, Park Hyuk-Kwon, and Kim Yeo-Su feature in the South Korean web series Extracurricular, which was directed by Kim Jin-Min and stars Park Hyuk-Kwon and Choi Min-soo. A promising high school senior must resort to crime to pay for college and escape his depressing village.

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5. The Alhambra: A Memory

Memories of the Alhambra, a 2018 South Korean drama starring Hyun Bin, Park Shin-Hye, and Chanyeol, had its world debut. The company’s CEO and hostel owner become embroiled in a mysterious augmented reality game inspired by the stories of Spain’s Alhambra Palace, leading to a series of surreal incidents (but also in South Korea in later episodes). This drama has become one of the greatest widely shown Korean dramas in cable television history because of its ground-breaking story and unexpected twists. The name is a witticism on the title of Francisco Tárrega’s classical guitar theme for the series soundtrack.

6. Happiness

Not recommending Happiness, the most subtle Korean suspense thriller available on Netflix, would be irresponsible. Happiness is a South Korean drama produced and directed by Studio Dragon, starring Han Hyo-Joo, Park Hyung-Sik, and Jo Woo-jin. A pandemic is just another day in this end-of-the-world thriller. Beginning on Friday, November 5, 2021, at 22:40, tvN aired the show’s first twelve episodes. (KST).


Here is a list of the best six Korean thriller dramas now available on Netflix, and we hope you find some new favorites among them. There is so much intriguing content in thriller k-dramas that it would be difficult to see them all.

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