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'Legend Of The Blue Sea' And More K-Dramas Leaving Netflix PH This October

Best binge-watch while you can!
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Whether or not you're a certified K-drama stan, we're sure you've heard of Jun Ji Hyun. Or at least the 2001 rom-com hit My Sassy Girl rings a bell! If it does, then note that one of the Hallyu star's biggest K-drama seriesaside from Kingdom and My Love From The Starleaves Netflix in October. Yup, we're talking about Legend Of The Blue Sea, the fantasy romance she starred in with Lee Min Ho. 

Plus, that isn't the only title leaving Netflix soon! We round up a few K-dramas you will no longer be able to stream after October ends, though note that this list is subject to change. Best binge-watch while you can.

Legend Of The Blue Sea is one of the K-dramas leaving Netflix Philippines in October:

1. Legend Of The Blue Sea (2016)

Leaves Netflix on: October 15

Jun Ji Hyun and Lee Min Ho take on the roles of a mermaid who finds herself on land and an expert con-man respectively in this sometimes funny, sometimes dramatic series. It is based on an old Joseon legend about a fisherman who captures a mermaidthen sets her free. And yup, the K-drama also bounces back and forth between two love stories in different time periods.

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2. Second 20s (2015)

Leaves Netflix on: October 15

No Ra (Choi Ji Woo) decides to chase all the dreams she left behind around two decades ago when she became pregnant at 19 years old. Now nearly 40, diagnosed with cancer and on the brink of a divorce, things certainly aren't looking good for herbut it looks like her time back at university may turn things around.

3. Bring It On, Ghost (2016)

Leaves Netflix on: October 29

Alternatively called Hey Ghost, Let's Fight, this K-drama was very popular when it first aired in South Korea in 2016. It stars Ok Taecyeon as Bong Pal, a more or less ordinary guy who happens to see spirits. When he comes across the feisty wandering spirit of Hyun Ji (Kim So Hyun) they end up as ghost-fighting partners.

4. Tomorrow With You (2017)

Leaves Netflix on: October 29

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Yup, that's Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha's Hye Jin! Shin Min Ah stars as an unpredictable photographer who crosses paths with real estate CEO So Joon (Lee Je Hoon). Only So Joon is also a time traveler, meaning their love story isn't so simple. 

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