Netflix has released a list of upcoming Korean dramas and films that will premiere in 2023.
Earlier today (January 17), the streaming platform teased 30 upcoming Korean games that will be released in 2023. Among them are long-awaited dramas such as “Creature Kensong” and “The Black Knight”, as well as new seasons of previous hits such as “Sweet Home” in 2020, “DP” in 2021 and the latest. December Glory.
The monster thriller series Gyeongseong Creature, first shown in mid-2021, will finally be released in the fourth quarter of 2023. In the upcoming drama, which will be led by leading actors Han So-hee (“Nevertheless, My Name is”) and Park So-joon (“Itaewon Class”), the pair team up against a creature born of human greed in the darkness of post-war Korea in 1945.
Claudia Kim from the movie “Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald”, veteran actress Kim Hae-sook and Wi Ha-joon (“The Squid Game”, “Little Women”) will also play the main roles in the upcoming Netflix original.
The sci-fi dystopian series “The Black Knight” will also appear on Netflix in the second quarter of this year. In the long-awaited series, Kim Woo Bin plays a legendary delivery driver, in whose hands is the fate of the last remaining inhabitants of the Korean peninsula after air pollution made the outside world uninhabitable.
In just a few weeks, the premiere of the new romantic comedy “Love to hate You” with the participation of Kim Ok Vin (“Asadal Chronicles”) will take place and Yoo Teo (“Dr. Brain”). The series, which is due to be released on February 10, will tell about a rapidly developing romance between a novice lawyer from a law firm specializing in entertainment and an incredulous actor from the list of the best.
The second part of the revenge thriller Song Hye Kyo “Glory”, which premiered in December 2022, will also be released soon. and Sweet Home, which will appear in the third and fourth quarters of 2023, respectively.
Other upcoming Korean dramas include Bloodhounds (King: Eternal Monarch, Woo Do-hwan), Celebrity (starring Park Gyu-yeong and Kang Min-hyuk from CNBLUE) and Queenmaker (Married World, Kim Hee-ae). it will be released in the second quarter of 2023.
In the third quarter of the year, the premieres of the time travel novel “Time is Calling You” (led by Ahn Hyo Seop and Jeon Yeo Bin), the colonial drama “Bandit Song” with Kim Nam Gil from Island and Seohyun from Girls’ Generation will take place. and the Masked Girl (Go Hyun Jung).
Meanwhile, Doona is led by Bae Suzi! due to be released in the fourth quarter along with “Daily Dose of Sunshine” (Park Bo Young, Yeon Woo Jin) and “Goodbye Earth” (Yoo Ah In, Ahn Eun Jin from Hospital Playlist).
Original Korean dramas not related to Netflix, which will be released on the platform in 2023, also include the current “Accelerated Course of Romance”, “Behind Your Touch”, “Good, Bad Mother”, “King of the Earth”, “Doomed with You” and “See You in My 19th Life”.
Six Korean films have also been announced for 2023, including the long-awaited JUNG_E, which will be released later this week (January 20). Other titles: Unlocked, Kill Boksoon, The Match, Believer 2 and Ballerina.