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8 K-Dramas To Watch On Netflix And Viu If You Love 'Vincenzo'

Suspense, dark comedy, revenge—we got 'em right here!
K-dramas like Vincenzo on Netflix and Viu

It's been exactly one month and four days since we watched the final episode of Vincenzo and boy, do we miss them so much! What do you do when you're experiencing the sepanx? To *fix* our lonely hearts, we've been re-watching the K-drama on Netflix whenever we can, and we even bought Vincenzo-inspired candles to remind us that our corn salad and his crew are ~always by our side~. But since the series only has 20 episodes, we looked for more shows similar to it—and yes, we're here to share them with you!

Here's a list of K-dramas on Netflix and Viu that you should watch after Vincenzo

1. Taxi Driver (2021)

Who’s in it: Lee Je Hoon, Esom, Kim Eui Sung, Pyo Ye Jin

Where you can watch it: Viu

Taxi Driver is pretty similar to Vincenzo because 1.) Revenge is the main theme of the K-drama 2.) The lead is a charming yet ruthless antihero 3.) He's surrounded by a bunch of people who are willing to help him 4.) Both Vincenzo Cassano and Kim Do Ki went through traumas connected to their moms. But what makes Taxi Driver different is that the stories here are based on real-life events, which makes it even more chilling to watch! The thrill you'll get from this series is next level, so prepare to be surprised from time to time.

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2. The Fiery Priest (2017)

Who's in it: Kim Nam Gil, Kim Sung Kyun, Lee Ha Nee

Where you can watch it: Netflix

From the same screenwriter who brought us VincenzoFiery Priest is also a dark comedy masterpiece! Instead of a mafia consigliere from Italy, Park Jae Bum writernim puts a hot-tempered priest in the spotlight, who's also seeking justice in their city. And just like how the Geumga Plaza tenants all had different careers before they settled in that building, the characters in The Fiery Priest also have interesting backgrounds! A gambler-turned-nun, anyone?

3. Mouse (2021)

Who’s in it: Lee Seung Gi, Lee Hee Joon, Park Ju Hyun, Kyung Soo Jin

Where you can watch it: Viu

Looking for a drama with a psychopath like Jang Jun Woo? Mouse has that! This drama will also toy with your mind and make you think, "Sino ba talaga ang villain dito?" Once you find out his identity, it will be *super* shocking that you'll end up hitting the pause button to contemplate. Here, the story revolves around the question: "Would you give birth to a child knowing they were a psychopath?” There are many brutal deaths so expect to watch some scenes with only one eye open.

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4. Prison Playbook (2017)

Who’s in it: Park Hae Soo, Jung Kyung Ho, Krystal JungJung Hae In

Where you can watch it: Netflix and Viu

If you're up for some serious topics like being imprisoned but also want to laugh out loud until your stomach hurts, Prison Playbook is exactly what you need! The drama focuses on a baseball superstar who was sent to jail, and the people he meets from all walks of life. Behind the bars, he experiences the cold reality as a prisoner. Later in the show, he becomes friends with his hilarious inmates, with some of them initially wanting to kill him.

5. Vagabond (2019)

Who’s in it: Bae Suzy, Lee Seung Gi

Where you can watch it: Netflix

Here's a K-drama that's jam-packed with action scenes: Vagabond is all about a stuntman named Cha Dal Geon who's searching for an explanation when his nephew died due to a plane crash. In the middle of his quest, he discovers a corruption scandal and ends up trying to expose it with the help of a National Intelligence Service agent. Fun fact: This series is Seung Gi and Suzy's reunion project after six years!

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6. Lawless Lawyer (2018)

Who’s in it: Lee Joon GiSeo Ye Ji, Lee Hye Young, Choi Min Soo

Where you can watch it: Viu

We also have a duo like Vincenzo and Cha Young who are legal practitioners in Lawless Lawyer! Set in the corrupt city of Kisung, Bong Sang Pil and Ha Jae Yi are determined to end all the dishonesty using the law. The plot of this courtroom K-drama is not just about revenge, but it "actually hopes to depict relationships of the people and how they change", according to the show's director, Kim Jin Min.

7. Itaewon Class (2020)

Who’s in it: Park Seo JoonKim Da MiKwon NaraAhn Bo HyunYoo Jae Myung

Where you can watch it: Netflix

There are two reasons why you'll love Itaewon Class just like Vincenzo: First, there's an intense rivalry between the protagonist and antagonist—both are willing to do anything to bring each other down. Second, you'll see a different side of actor Yoo Jae Myung aka lawyer Hong, as he transforms into the authoritative Chairman Jang. Is it just us or may something with the surname Jang when it comes to villains? We're waving at you, Jang Jun Woo. Lol!

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8. Flower Of Evil (2020)

Who’s in it: Lee Joon Gi, Moon Chae Won, Jang Hee Jin, Seo Hyun Woo

Where you can watch it: Netflix and Viu

What would you do when you realize that your one true love is not really the person you know? In Flower Of Evil, the female lead uncovers the truth behind her husband's identity. She still accepts him for who he is and tries her best to protect him, and vice versa. Much like Vincenzo and Cha Young! This K-drama is chock full of suspense and might just make your heart skip a beat.

P.S: Yoon Byung Hee or Mr. Nam, is part of the cast (you will not recognize him because of his role, promise!), and that's another reason why you should watch it. ;)

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