Every Korean Series, Movie and TV Show on Netflix available right now

We all experienced that moment when the struggle to find something new to watch on Netflix is real. If you are on the lookout for a Korean movie or series the struggle is even more real as Netflix doesn’t have a “Korean” genre and just puts it together with others from Japan, China and more under “Asian”. 

You might have tried searching manually and selecting the “Korean Movies & TV” tag, but what Zutter discovered is that not everything on Netflix is correctly tagged!

So, here are all 90 Korean titles right now on Netflix that we discovered after a thorough investigation into the dark depts of Netflix. Go to the end of the list for a BONUS title coming soon to Netflix!

Movies

 Seoul Searching - Image: Netflix

Seoul Searching - Image: Netflix

Psychokinesis (2018) 

Suddenly possessed with supernatural powers, a father sets out to help his estranged daughter, who’s at risk of losing everything she’s lived for.

 

Steel Rain (2018)

Amid a coup, a North Korean agent escapes south with the country’s injured leader in an attempt to keep him alive and prevent a Korean War.

 

Forgotten (2017) 

When his abducted brother returns seemingly a different man with no memory of the past 19 days, Jin-seok chases after the truth behind his kidnapping.

 

The Chase (2017) 

After people in his town start turning up dead, a grumpy landlord is visited by a man who recounts an unsolved serial murder case from 30 years ago.

 

Pandora (2016)

When an earthquake hits a South Korean village housing a un-down nuclear power plant, a man risks his life to save the country from imminent disaster.

 

Seoul Searching (2015)

Teens of Korean descent who were born and raised in other countries travel to Seoul to learn about their cultural heritage at a summer camp in 1986.

Lucid Dream (2017)

After searching for his abducted son for three years, a devastated father attempts to track down his missing child through lucid dreams.

 

The Bros (2017)

Reunited in their hometown for their father’s funeral, two self-interested brothers meet a peculiar woman who shares a huge secret about their family.

 

Red Carpet (2014)

Dreaming of a box-office hit, an adult movie director teams up with his crew of three misfits to lure a top actress into starring in his new film.

K-pop stars: Yoon Kye Sang from G.O.D. and Chansung from 2PM.

 

Oldboy (2003)

With no clue how he came to be imprisoned, drugged and tortured for 15 years, a desperate businessman seeks revenge on his captors.

Nominated for the Palme d’Or and won the Grand Prize at the 2004 Cannes Film Festival

 

The Reservoir Game (2017)

(Documentary)

An investigative reporter seeks to expose the whereabouts of a slush fund belonging to the former president of South Korea, Lee Myung Bak.

TV Shows

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Image: Netflix

Busted (2018)

Seven celebrity sleuths discover that they are a part of an operation called Project D, in which they are implanted with a chip containing the DNA of famous detectives throughout history. Lead by a man only known as "K", they are recruited as private detectives and are given a new case in each episode, all the while figuring out the mystery behind Project D and its inception.

K-pop stars: SeHun from EXO, SeJeong from Gugudan

 

Hyori’s Bed and Breakfast 2 (2018) 

K-pop diva Lee Hyo Ri and her husband open up their home on the beautiful Jeju Island to welcome travellers for free stays, meals and late-night chats.

K-pop stars: Lee Hyo Ri and IU

Men on a Mission (2018)

Male celebs play make-believe as high schoolers, welcoming star transfer students every week and engaging in battles of witty humour and slapstick.

 

Yoo Byung Jae: Discomform Zone (2018)

Daring comedian Yoo Byung Jae connects criticism he’s received from the general public to some of the most touchy issues in current South Korean society.

 

Yoo Byung Jae: Too Much Information (2018)

“Saturday Night Live Korea” writer turned comedian Too Byung Jae lays bare his childhood memories and philosophy on sex in his first stand-up venture.

Series

 A Korean Odyssey - Image: Netflix

A Korean Odyssey - Image: Netflix

Bad Guys Vile City (2018)

Ordered to take down a villainous business leader who controls the city, a prosecutor gathers a team of men who may not be so clean themselves.

 

Life (2018)

At South Korea’s top university medical centre, ideals and interests collide between a patient-centered ER doctor and the hospital’s newly-appointed CEO.

 

Live (2018)

The police officers at South Korea’s busiest patrol division toil day and night as keepers of law and peace, but the reality is far from ordinary.

 

Mr. Sunshine (2018)

A young boy who ends up in the US after the 1871 Shinmiyangyo incident returns to Korea at a historical turning point and falls for a noblewoman.

 

Something in the Rain (2018)

Reunited with her best friend’s younger brother, who;s back from a stint abroad, a recently dumped career woman begins to see him in a new light.

 

A Korean Odyssey (2017)

A self-serving mythical creature’s bid for invisibility backfires when he finds himself at the mercy of a woman who can see otherworldly beings.

 

Argon (2017)

In a world filled with provocative (and often misleading) news, a passionate team of investigative TV reporters strives to bring truths to light.

 

Black (2017)

A Grim Reaper, a detective and a woman who foresees death get ensnared in matters of life and death and dark mysteries of twenty years past.

 

Hello, My Twenties (2017)

With different personalities, life goals and taste in men, five female college students become housemates in a shared residence called Belle Epoque.

 

Man to Man (2017)

Disguised as a bodyguard, a special agent must complete his national secret tasks while pandering to the whims of his ill-tempered world star.

 

My Only Love Song (2017)

When things don’t go her way during a shooting for her new show, a top actress runs away in a an old van that guides her on a time-traveling journey.

 

Part-Time Idol (2017)

After taking a break from the business, a music producer returns with a new project in mind: launching a co-ed pop idol group.

 

Prison Playbook (2017) 

With his major league baseball debut right around the corner, a star pitcher lands in prison and must learn to navigate his new world.

 

Saimdang, Memoir of Colors (2017)

Just when her life seems to be falling apart, a Korean art historian discovers an old text detailing the life of Joseon era’s renowned female artist.

 

Stranger (2017)

With the help of a gutsy female detective, a prosecutor who has lost the ability to feel empathy tackles a murder case amid political corruption.

 

The Lady in Dignity (2017)

The wife of a corporate heir finds her luxurious life overturned by a mysterious woman who joins the household as a caregiver for her father in law.

 

Click Your Heart (2016)

A charming student catches the eye of an athlete, an intellectual, a brooding loner and a passionate dances in this choose your own adventure romance.

 

Hwarang (2016)

An elite group of young warriors trained in morals and martial arts finds love and friendship in Silla during Korea’s ancient Three Kingdoms period.

K-pop stars: Kim Tae Hyung (V) from BTS, Minho from Shinee, Hyung Sik Park from ZE:A

 

Love in the Moonlight (2016)

A young Jose woman who’s lived her whole life as a man ends up as a eunuch in the royal palace, where she begins to bond with the crown prince.

 

Moorim School (2016)

Each harbouring a past wound, a K-pop idol and an heir to a Chinese conglomerate enrol at a mysterious school with no ordinary curriculum.

K-pop stars: Lee Hong Bin from VIXX

 

My Runway (2016)

An egotistic top male model and a pretty model wannabe are forced to live each other’s lives until they figure out a way to undo their switch.

K-pop stars: Ji Yeon from T-ARA and Kisum

 

Oh My Venus (2016)

Dumped by her boyfriend of 15 years for gaining weight, a lawyer gets help from a hotshot personal trainer to get in shape and turn her life around.

 

One More Time (2016)

This fantasy drama follows an indie band singer who repeatedly undergoes unwanted time slips and the girlfriend he must save from an unlucky fate.

 

Ready for Start (2016)

This darkly comic series follows a group of employees as they navigate the highly competitive world of the advertising business.

 

The Cravings (2016)

Thirty something career woman Jae Yeong attempts to juggle her job and personal relationships, all while never failing to eat well.

 

The Sound of Your Heart (2016)

Based on South Korea's longest-running webtoon series, this comedy follows the ridiculous daily lives of a cartoonist, his girlfriend and his subpar family.

 

Uncontrollably Fond (2016)

The memory of their painful breakup still fresh in their minds, two former lovers reunite years later as a top actor and a documentary producer.

 

White Nights (2016)

A coldhearted heiress, a man from her past and an ambitious new hire in her company all become entangled on a battleground for money and power.

 

Beating Again (2015)

After enduring both business and family upheavals, a ruthless investment director has a heart transplant and finds a new way to look at life and love.

 

Blood (2015)

In the nation’s best cancer hospital, terminally ill patients are put under the care of a group of brilliant doctors, including one vampire surgeon.

 

Detective Alice (2015)

An optimistic and determined detective works with her no-nonsense, taste-sensitive partner to track food and drug safety crimes.

K-pop stars: Kim Nam Joo from Apink

 

Dream Knight (2015)

A bullied, orphaned teen girl discovers the ability to summon a pack of beautiful, magical guys who provide her with joy and friendship.

K-pop stars: all seven members of GOT7

 

Healer (2015)

A star reporter, a second-rate journalist and a man by the code name “Healer” are brought together by a long-buried incident that hides dark truths.

 

Immutable Law of First Love (2015)

Fate brings together a dorky physics teacher and a pretty photographer, but a young student teacher from work threatens to pull them apart.

K-pop stars: Kim Jeong Hoon from UN and Song Ji Eun from Secret.

 

Last (2015)

When his big stock plan fails, a hotshot fund manager winds up homeless and must learn the secret ranking system of the street in order to survive.

 

Missing Korea (2015)

In 2020, when North and South Korea’s unification rests on who becomes Miss Korea, three ordinary factory workers are mistaken for real contestants.

K-pop stars: Sandara Park from 2NE1 and Kim Jeong Hoon from UN

 

Noble, My Love (2015)

Though he’s successful in business, CEO King-hoon is a cold malcontent, until a chance meeting with a sweet veterinarian shakes up his life.

Orange Marmelade (2015)

In a world where vampires have been discriminated against by humans for centuries, a time transcending love story unfold between two unlikely people.

K-pop stars: Seol Hyun from AOA

 

The Flatterer (2015)

Kicked out of his previous school with only one year left, a high school kid gets sent to a new school for troublemakers.

K-pop stars: Bora from SISTAR

 

Sassy, Go Go (2015)

At a prestigious boarding school, top students must join forces with the underachievers in the school’s dance club to perform a cheer squad.

K-pop stars: Jung Run Ji from Apink and Cha Has Yeon (N) from VIXX

School 2015: Who Are you (2015)

After losing her memory in an accident, a bullied high school orphan finds herself in the place of an identical-looking girl who’s gone missing.

K-pop stars: Yook Sung Jae from BTO

The Producers (2015)

A rookie producer joins the Korean Broadcasting System to be near his secret crush and enters the madcap world of network TV, where ratings rule.

K-pop stars: cameos by Girls’ Generation and J.Y. Park

 

This is My Love (2015)

A renewed actor who is still pining over the loss of his first real love writes an autobiography about his memories of her, hoping to reconnect.

 

To Be Continued (2015)

On the eve of their debut, a boy band tumbles into the recent past, where a girl tried to help them get back to the present and their big premiere.

Discovery of Love (2014)

A furniture designer in a happy relationship with a surgeon starts questioning her romantic circumstances when her ex-boyfriend reenters her life.

 

Hi! School - Love On (2014)

After saving a student’s life, a K-drama loving angel takes on human form and discovers the trials and tribulations of high school life firsthand.

K-pop stars: Woo Hyun and Sung Yeol from Infinite

 

Love and Marriage (2014)

While the love lives and marriages of those around her unfold, a famous news anchor makes the controversial choice to become a single mother.

 

Momo Salon (2014)

An aspiring hair stylist opens her own salon. It turns into a mail-holding hub for busy neighbours, but she seizes the chance to promote her business.

 

Secret Affair (2014)

A married middle aged woman is swept off her feet, both romantically and artistically, by a gifted young pianist.

 

The Outstanding Woman (2014)

A young fashion magazine editor is a successful career woman who seems to have everything, but she must learn to balance her work, friends and love.

 

Tomorrow’s Cantabile (2014)

A gifted pianist at a prestigious music school has his meticulous world shaken up by a free-spirited piano prodigy, who both annoys and charms him.

 

Trot Lovers (2014)

To get his career back on track, a well known music producer must make a star out of an ordinary young woman whose singing style he deems corny.

K-pop stars: Jung Run Ji from Apink

 

12 Years Promise (2014)

A pregnant teen is forced by her family to leave her boyfriend and assume a new identity in the US, but 12 years later, the couple reunites in Korea.

 

Good Doctor (2013) 

A savant-like paediatric surgeon is in a constant conflict with a fellow doctor, a rivalry that heats up when they develop feelings for the same woman.

 

Secret (2013)

Taking the blame for her lawyer boyfriend who’s involved in a hit and run, goof hearted Yu Jeong becomes a target of revenge by the victim’s lover.

 

Big (2012)

A smart-mouthed transfer student wakes up from a coma in the body of his teacher’s finance in this romantic spin on the Tom Hanks classic.

 

Bridal Mask (2012)

In 1930s Seoul, a Korean officer working for Japanese colonists pursues a freedom fighter known as Bridal Mask, which leads him down unexpected paths.

 

Can We Get Married? (2012)

On the cusp of marriage or divorce, four couples consider the meaning of love, sharing a life, meddling families and the weight of their commitment.

 

Color of Woman (2012)

Two women at a cosmetics company compete for love and success. One uses her brain and diligence, while the other works her beauty and charm.

 

Dream High 2 (2012)

A new crop of students descends on Kirin Arts High School, which has been taken over by Oz Entertainment and its own batch of aspiring stars.

 

Goodbye My Wife (2012)

A couple’s five year marriage is put on the line when each of their first loves comes back hoping for another shot at romance.

 

Immortal Classic (2012)

Two renowned culinary families led by legendary food icons battle for the position of greatest chef, while protecting their secret kimchee recipes.

 

K-pop Extreme Survival (2012)

Seung Yeon decides to chase her dream of becoming a K-pop star and audition for a popular group. There’s only one catch: It’s a boy band.

 

Love Rain (2012)

A story of two couples’ journey of new love, loss and unexpected reunion spans decades, from the 1970s through present day.

 

Miss Panda & Mr. Hedgehog (2012)

When a gifted patissier with a gloomy past meets a bright and easygoing cafe owner, he begins to shed his thorns and learns to love again.

K-pop stars: Lee Dong Hae from Super Junior

 

Nice Guy (2012)

A self-made medical student and an aspiring anchorwoman find their friendship and their dreams tested by a fateful tragedy.

 

Operation Proposal (2012)

On Yi Seul’s wedding day, her friend Baek Ho wishes he could turn back time to tell her he loves her. Soon he gets a chance to change everything.

 

Dream High (2011)

Six dedicated students at Kirin Art High School work to achieve their dreams of becoming stars in the South Korean music industry.

 

Heaven’s Garden (2011)

When her husband goes to jail for bankruptcy, a woman takes her two daughters to live with her father, who severed ties with her years ago.

 

A Man Called God (2010)

Raised in the US, government agent Choi Kang Ta returns to South Korea with the skills of an assassin and a thirst for revenge on his father’s killers.

 

Cain and Abel (2009)

Gifted doctor Cho In leads a charmed life while his older brother Seon Woo seethes with jealousy in this series inspired by biblical characters.

 

Boys over Flowers (2009)

Unassuming high school girl Jan-di stands up to and eventually falls for a spoiled rich kid who belongs to the school’s most powerful clique.

 

Iris (2009)

Two friend’s lives are changed forever when they are recruited by a top secret organisation tasked with protecting the country from foreign threats.

 

Full House (2004)

A wide-eyed scriptwriter returns from a chance vacation abroad to find that she’s suddenly homeless, setting her on a quest to get her house back.

BONUS - Coming Soon to Netflix

 Image: IMBC

Image: IMBC

YG future strategy office - Coming October 5 (2018)

K-pop star Seungri, BIGBANG’s youngest member, tries to lead a team of bumbling staff at YG’s Future Strategy Office in this rockumentary sitcom.

Will feature a long list of cameos including iKON, BLACKPINK, Sunmi, AKMU's Su-hyun, WINNER, Lee Hi and Apink's Son Na-eun.

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