It’s an exciting change as 2019 soon finishes and 2020 stars. As we look towards the new year so here are all of the K-Dramas that are coming to Netflix in 2020.
Kingdom: Season 2
An individual favorite from the past year, Kingdom left fans away at the start of 2019, shocking and satisfying us great horror. As the very first South Korean Original series on Netflix, it was great that Kingdom got off to a big start, and there’s no suspicion it did that and more.
Love Alarm: Season 2
Love Alarm was the leading South Korean Original declared by Netflix but wouldn’t appear till after other great series like Kingdom and Persona. Thankfully it was more than worth the wait, and Love Alarm was admired by subscribers all around the world.
The School Nurse Files
Coming to Netflix in 2020 is the interesting series, The School Nurse Files. The series has been in progress for a long time, having first signified announced in December 2018.Based on an award-winning novel of the same name, the author, Chung Serang has been on the council to write the series.
My Holo Love
Also finishing by the names ‘I Holo You’ and ‘Me Alone and You’, My Holo Love was published by Netflix in September 2019, but features were earlier limited. The series will be coming to Netflix someday in 2020 and will star past baseball player Yoon Hyun Min and star Go Sung Hee in the main characters.
Also, known as ‘Squid Games’, the thriller series Round Six is listed to arrive on Netflix someday in 2020. Currently, the only cast feature stated for the series is Chief of Staff star Lee Jung Nae.
Did We Love?
The first scheduled appearance of the year, Did We Love? will be arriving on Netflix in February 2020. Twice a week, episodes of Did We Love? will be shared by Netflix around the world, the day each the South Korean broadcast has displayed. Fans of the K-Drama fantasy series, Arthdal Chronicles, will see Song Jong Ho as Yiseuroobeu.