There's a new streaming service in town and it's offering Korean dramas, Chinese dramas, movies, and variety shows! In case you missed it, IQIYI introduced us to the shows Backstreet Rookie and Dinner Mate earlier this year. We know you want more content (as usual *wink wink*), so here are seven K-dramas and C-dramas to watch on IQIYI this month:
1. 18 Again
This Korean drama adaptation of the American movie 17 Again stars Lee Do Hyun! A middle-aged man who is having relationship problems with his wife is somehow transformed back into his 18-year-old self.
2. Flower Of Evil
This series tells the story of Baek Hee Sung (Lee Joon Gi), a man who changes his identity and *successfully* hides his past. Years later, he is happily married with a kid and works as a metal craftsman, but what happens when his past catches up with him?
3. Love Revolution
According to Soompi, this drama tells the story of "love and friendship between students" and focuses on the characters Gong Ju Young (Park Ji Hoon) and Wang Ja Rim (Lee Ruby).
4. More Than Friends
This upcoming Korean drama is about two friends who develop unrequited feelings for each other. Soompi tells us that Shin Ye Eun's character decides to give up on her one-sided love for her guy friend after a decade. Meanwhile, Ong Seong Wu's character, the longtime object of her affection, suddenly starts seeing her in a different light.
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5. Love Yourself
It's time to watch more C-dramas! According to IQIYI, this series follows four women who are "on the cusp of turning thirty and have reached career bottlenecks." The story also focuses on each of their love lives as they begin dating again.
6. My Unicorn Girl
An aspiring figure skater pretends to be a male ice hockey player in order to get into her dream university. Things get even more complicated when she encounters her old nemesis and is even forced to share a dorm room with him. Guess what? The male lead is played by Meteor Garden's Darren Chen!
7. Crimson River
If you're a little tired of romance, this drama is set in a seemingly peaceful town and follows "a murder case that repeats itself after 20 years." A man who was once a witness to the murder case returns as a policeman and is determined to solve the mystery once and for all.
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