Get hooked on cheerful romantic comedies, nostalgic reminders of our youth, titillating erotic fantasies and more

We’ve all been there – hopelessly engrossed in the beauty of all things Korean. As legions of global fans continue to grow, Netflix announces an exciting line-up of Korean originals coming to the streaming platform this year.

Amongst an extensive list of titles slated to be released, here are 5 Korean shows and movie on Netflix to immerse yourself in this February.

 

All of Us Are Dead

 

 

A thrilling series that follows a group of students trapped in school amid a zombie virus outbreak. Adapted from a popular webtoon, All of Us Are Dead features gripping visuals, stunning action, meticulous details, and an all-around wild storyline. Starring Yoon Chan-yeong, Park Ji-hu, Cho Yi-hyun, Lomon, Yoo In-soo, Lee You-mi, and Lim Jae-hyeok. Coming to Netflix on 28 Jan.

 

Forecasting Love and Weather

 

 

Get into a cheerful mood with this romantic comedy series. Revolving around a group of people at the Korea Meteorological Administration who fall apart and get back on their feet every day, this charming series is one of the most anticipated shows of the first half of the year. Starring Park Min Young, Song Kang, Yoon Bak, and Yura. Coming to Netflix on 12 Feb.

 

Love and Leashes

 

 

A tantalising movie set to ignite your wildest fantasies. Seo Hyun and Lee Jun-Young star in this movie about consensual play, pleasure, and pain. Following an unintended mix-up, two colleagues enter a steamy master-slave relationship, putting two differing personalities together on one wild roller-coaster ride. Now available on Netflix.

 

Thirty-Nine

 

 

A series about the intricacies of everyday life and our web of relationships, Thirty-Nine touches deep into the friendship, love, and lives of three friends at the brink of turning 40. Having embarked on vastly different careers, they’ve been close friends since high school, weathering the best and worst of times together. Now, at 39, they suddenly find themselves on the verge of saying goodbye. Starring Son Ye-jin, Jeon Mi-do, and Kim Ji-hyun. Coming to Netflix on 16 Feb.

 

Twenty Five, Twenty One

 

 

A heartwarming drama about the complex uncertainties that follow adolescence, we follow a group of youths who lost their dreams to the zeitgeist of 1998, tracking their dilemma and growth. From their first meeting at 22 and 18, the series takes us through their sparkling love, chemistry, hardships, and growth, reminding us of our own intense yet beautiful youth. Starring Kim Tae-ri, Nam Joo-hyuk, Kim Ji Yeon, Choi Hyun Wook, and Lee Ju Myung. Coming to Netflix on 12 Feb.