Now that fan fave It's Okay To Not Be Okay has aired its final episode, we're sure you're looking for a new K-drama to obsess about! Don't worry, Netflix knows your deepest, darkest desires. 2020 has already given us so many awesome shows, so here are five more that will *get you hooked*:
1. Was It Love? (Now Streaming)
Movie producer Ae Jeong (Song Ji Hyo) is a single mom with a 14-year-old daughter named Ha Nee (Um Chae Young). Her *peaceful* life is interrupted when four men enter her life and Ha Nee suddenly tries to find out who her real father is.
2. Stranger Season 2 (August 15)
Hello, mystery and crime show lovers! Hwang Si Mok (Cho Seung Woo) and Han Yeo Jin (Bae Doona) are back. Once again, the prosecutor-lieutenant duo join forces "to unravel a labyrinth of intertwined cases."
3. Do Do Sol Sol La La Sol (August 26)
In this love story, pianist Gu Ra Ra (Go Ara) ends up in a small village and meets mysterious Sun Woo Jun (Lee Jae Wook) when her family experiences a financial crisis. This drama also stars IOTNBO's Sang In aka Kim Joo Hoon!
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4. Record Of Youth (September 7)
Childhood friends Sa Hye Jun (Park Bo Gum) and Won Hae Hyo (Byeon Woo Seok) are from completely different backgrounds, but they are both models who want to become successful actors. Makeup artist An Jeong Ha (Park So Dam) enters the scene, and together, "they experience love, trials, and fame as they run full speed in their youth."
5. The School Nurse Files (September 25)
Ahn Eun Young (Jung Yu Mi) is a school nurse while Hong In Pyo (Nam Joo Hyuk) is a Classical Chinese teacher—and the grandson of the school's founder. When In Pyo accidentally releases mysterious supernatural "Jellies," the two join forces to defend the school and their students.
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