A tear-jerking romance, an exciting comedy, a high-energy action-thriller, intense makjang plots and more

Cuddle up with your favourite people this month and join in the wave of romance and sweet declarations all around. Create your own heartwarming memories with comfortable and intimate sessions just chilling out and watching shows together.

Catch them feels and share warm, fuzzy moments over Viu’s latest array of offerings. Here are 6 of their newest must-watch dramas and movies to enjoy with your significant other.

 

Always

 

 

One of Korean cinema’s most celebrated love stories, this beautiful production has been remade in Turkish, Kannada, Hindi, and Japanese. Always tells the tale of a disillusioned ex-boxer, a spirited telemarketer who is slowly turning blind, the hope she brings to him, and their tear-jerking romance. Starring So Ji-sub and Han Hyo-joo. Coming to Viu on 12 Feb.

 

Kill Heel

 

 

Centred around the fierce and competitive world of home shopping, this new k-drama follows an exceedingly average and mundane home shopping host, her stagnant career, personal issues, and a striking contrast in the form of her counterpart: the highest-paid celebrity home shopping host. Starring Kim Ha-neul, Kim Sung-ryung, and Park Eun-seok. Coming to Viu on 24 Feb.

 

Miracle: Letters to the President

 

 

Based on a true story set in the 1980s, the story follows a high school maths prodigy who dreams of having a train station for his sister and fellow villagers of a remote countryside province. After sending multiple letters to the president and failing to get a response, he sets about building them a station on his own. Starring Park Jung-min, Im Yoon-ah, and Lee Sung-min. Coming to Viu on 19 Feb.

 

Secretly, Greatly

 

 

A group of North Korean spies infiltrate South Korea as a village idiot, rock musician, and high school student in this action-comedy. While awaiting orders, they assimilate themselves into life in a small town. After an abrupt power shift in the North, their mundane peaceful lives are suddenly disrupted when they receive orders to commit suicide. Starring Kim Soo-hyun, Park Ki-woong, and Lee Hyun-woo. Now available on Viu.

 

Show Window: The Queen’s House

 

 

For fans of makjang thrillers such as A World of Married Couple and The Penthouse, this series is definitely not to be missed. The show presents us with the seemingly perfect life of Han Sun-joo – complete with a gorgeous home, devoted husband, beautiful child, and her disposition as the ideal married woman – that is suddenly on the verge of collapse when her husband meets Yoon Mi-ra and becomes drawn to her. Starring Song Yoon-ah, Lee Sung-jae, and Jeon So-min of Running Man fame. Now available on Viu.

 

Take Point

 

 

This gripping action-thriller follows a captain and his team of 12 elite mercenary soldiers hired by the CIA to infiltrate a secret underground bunker and take out a target within the Korean demilitarised zone. Starring Ha Jung-woo, Lee Sun-kyun, and Shin Hyun-bin. Now available on Viu.