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Millennial Must-Watch: Addictive K-Dramas To Binge-Watch Online

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PHOTO: (LEFT) Oh My Ghost/Chorokbaem Media, (RIGHT) A Korean Odyssey/tvN/Netflix

We know the term "Netflix and chill" has a totally different meaning (and we don't blame you if you're into that *winks*), but the next time you really want to sit down and binge-watch, here's a list of addicting K-dramas that will fill your weekends. Bonus: They're all on Netflix!

Black

Starring: Song Seung Heon, Go Ara, Lee El, and Kim Dong Jun

Think of this as a more ~*serious*~ version of Goblin, but with a binge-worthy serial murder-mystery thrown in for good measure. This hit Korean fantasy series revolves around a Grim Reaper who takes over the body of a detective and a mortal woman who can foresee death.

Oh My Ghost

Starring: Park Bo Young, Jo Jung Suk, Kim Seul Gi, and Park Jung Ah

If you loved kween Park Bo Young in Strong Woman Do Bong Soon, you'll love her even more in this 2015 gem. Here, she plays the super-timid Bong Sun, who gets possessed by a virgin ghost that's determined to seduce as many men as she can!

A Korean Odyssey

Starring: Lee Seung Gi, Cha Seung Won, Oh Yeon Seo, and Lee Hong Gi

A Korean Odyssey has a little bit of everything—horror, fantasy, comedy, and a lot of romance (and bromance!)—so you're definitely in for an interesting binge-watching sesh. Two immortal spirits living in modern-day Seoul must join forces with a woman who can see supernatural beings.

One More Time

Starring: Kim Myung Soo and Yoon So Hee

Starring L of K-Pop group Infinite, this web series has him playing Yoo Tan, the lead singer of a struggling indie band that he started with his childhood friends. His life gets even more complicated when he befalls a strange time leap and he must save his girlfriend from an unlucky fate over and over again. Filled with fun music and the kind of onscreen romance that will make you swoon, this time-traveling show will have you glued to the screen all day!

Stranger

Starring: Jo Seung Woo and Bae Doona

Stranger's plot mainly revolves around a cold and distant prosecutor Hwang Si Mok (Jo Seung Woo). When he stumbles upon a murder scene, he teams up with a police detective (Bae Doona)—only to realize that they are caught in the middle of a huge web of corruption. Also, if you needed more reason to press "play," the New York Times named it as one of the best shows of 2017!

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Argon

Starring: Kim Joo Hyuk, Chun Woo Hee, and Shin Hyun Bin

In a world full of #FakeNews, this K-drama is just the right dose of social relevance that your woke self needs right now. The story is about a passionate team of investigative TV reporters who will do anything to bring the truth to light. 

Man To Man

Starring: Park Hae Jin, Park Sung Woong, Kim Min Jung, and Chae Jung An

If you fell in love with Park Hae Jin in My Love From the Star and Cheese in the Trap, this K-drama will make you see him a whole new light. He plays Kim Seol Woo, a mysterious undercover military operative who is tasked to be the bodyguard of a conceited actor. Things get even more interesting when Seol Woo starts falling for the manager of the celebrity he's trying to protect.

Hello My Twenties

Starring: Han Ye Ri, Han Seong Yeon, Park Eun Bin, Park Hye Soo, and Ryu Hwa Young

If you and your barkada find yourselves struggling to be adults, you will definitely relate to this drama! This series revolves around a group of female college students-turned-housemates who must navigate adulthood, romance, and pursuing their dreams. Sounds super-familiar if you ask us!

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