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6 New Netflix K-Dramas To Add To Your Must-Watch List

Are you ready for the return of Lee Min Ho, Kim Soo Hyun, and Nam Joo Hyuk?
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2020 has a lot to offer in terms of Korean dramas! Here's a list of new shows that are coming to Netflix very soon:   

1. The King: Eternal Monarch 

Release date: April 2020 

The show is a romantic fantasy drama that will revolve around "the relationships of people from two parallel universes." According to the Netflix, Emperor Lee Gon (Lee Min Ho) is a king who seeks to seal the gateway between dimensions while Detective Jung Tae-eul (Kim Go Eun) works as a police inspector who simply wants to protect other people's lives.

2. Extracurricular 

Release date: April 29, 2020 

Netflix describes the drama as "an offbeat and intense drama" and "follows a group of high school students who choose a life of crime and face the dangerous consequences that result from their choices." It stars Kim Dong Hee, Jung Da Bin, Park Ju Hyun, and Nam Yoon Su. 

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3. It's Okay To Not Be Okay 

Release date: June 2020 

Previously known as Psycho But It's Okay, Netflix says that this drama is about an unusual romance between two people who end up healing each other's emotional and psychological wounds. It stars Kim Soo Hyun as a community health worker who doesn't care about love or relationships and Seo Ye Ji as a storybook writer with a birth defect that caused her to never have experienced love.

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4. The School Nurse Files

Release date: To be announced 

Netflix writes that this upcoming drama will tell the story of "a newly appointed high school nurse who discovers secrets and mysteries with her supernatural abilities for chasing ghosts." It will star Jung Yu Mi and Nam Joo Hyuk

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5. Sweet Home

Release date: To be announced 

Hyun-soo (Song Gang), a reclusive high school student, moves into an old apartment complex called Green Home after the tragic death of his entire family. According to Netflix,  he realizes the residents at Green Home, including himself, are trapped and surrounded by monsters in various forms of distorted human desires, which are about to sweep away mankind.

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6. Rugal 

Release date: March 28, 2020

Netflix writes that when Kang Gi-beom (Choi Jin Hyu) is suspected of murdering his own wife, he joins a special organization dedicated to the sole purpose of eradicating terrorist group ARGOS—the actual people who killed her. 


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