The Best Kdramas on Netflix: Nevertheless, Vincenzo and More!

Let’s face it – K-dramas are awesome. They bring with them a particular feel that no other TV shows can. Romantic kdramas, thrillers or plain-old dramas can be the perfect binge buddy if you’re thinking of immersing yourself for some time. If you’re looking for a list of the best kdramas on Netflix, though, then don’t look too far!

Nevertheless / best kdramas on Netflix
Nevertheless : Best kdramas on Netflix

I got on the kdrama bandwagon quite late, but when I did, boy did I fall hard! Now, I prefer watching Korean shows more than their counterparts, simply because of how well they are made and how the stories flow and the characters mesh together, along with the superb production quality.

So, here is a list of the best kdramas on Netflix that will surely keep you hooked!


Mine kdrama just finished its 16-episode run a few weeks ago. I have been hooked to the show since day 1 and the idea of watching a dysfunctional family and a murder together are too lucrative for me. Apart from that though, Mine also features some great story and character arcs and mind-blowing twists and turns that will make your binge dreams come true!

Two women married into a wealthy family try to topple the long-standing secrets and lies in their family in order to find love and peace. What follows is a struggle drenched in blood.

Watch it here.

Also Read: Mine episodic recaps


It is a no-brainer that Song Joong-ki is an absolute heartthrob. However, Vincenzo’s story is as fascinatingly beautiful as its protagonist. Vincenzo, adopted into a crime family at a young age, must do everything in his power to come out alive on the other end of betrayal, distrust and crime.

Watch it here.

Crash Landing on You

If you thought romance brewing on the other side of country lines was out of fashion, wait till you watch Crash Landing on You! The series, soaring high on the success train because of its lovely storyline, great characters and well-known actors, is one of the best kdramas on Netflix.

Yoon Se-ri and Ri Jeong-hyeok, living on opposite sides of Korea, find each other after the former’s paragliding accident. What follows is a lot of identity concealing and love.

Watch it here.

Hospital Playlist

Netflix’s description for the fan-favourite Hospital Playlist reads “Every day is extraordinary for five doctors and their patients inside a hospital, where birth, death and everything in between coexist.”

This description is so apt for the series that it’s not even funny. Not only do you get lots of medical stuff here (obviously), but there’s friendship, romance, drama and everything that you can ask for from a TV show. It’s, thus, one of the best kdramas on Netflix right now!

Watch it here.

It’s Okay to Not be Okay

The Netflix description for It’s Okay to Not be Okay reads – “An extraordinary road to emotional healing opens up for an antisocial children’s book writer and a selfless psych ward caretaker when they cross paths.”

If you’re thinking about watching a series that understands the hidden mental health issues in all of us and takes you on a romantic and healing journey, then It’s Okay to Not be Okay kdrama is the one for you.

Watch it here.


Nevertheless kdrama just started its voyage recently, but it’s evident that it’s going to be something unique already. We’re just three episodes in, and the chemistry between Song Kang and Han So-hee’s characters is sizzling. The “will they won’t they” is what keeps Nevertheless titillating and it remains to be seen exactly where it goes from there.

Netflix’s description reads, “The intoxicating charm of a flirtatious art school classmate pulls a reluctant love cynic into a friends-with-benefits relationship.”

And I agree!

Watch it here.

Also Read: Nevertheless episodic recaps

Romance is a Bonus Book

Kang Dan-i is out of work, a single mom and divorced. Desperate for a job, she starts working for her best friend as the housekeeper. However, when he finds out, he gives her an opportunity to showcase her skills at his publishing house. As their lives get meshed together, a lot of things happen, including discrimination, romance and a whole lot of drama.

Watch it here.


A thriller in this list of dramas, Extracurricular is one of the most interesting shows out there and is one of the best kdramas on Netflix. If you want to watch a lot of crime, manipulation and danger. If you thought that the brainiac sitting next to you in class is a weeb, well then, think again!

Watch it here.

Hope you found something new to watch in this list of the best kdramas on Netflix. Obviously, there are tons more. But these are the ones that I personally love. Which ones are your favourites? Did we miss out on some? Tell us in the comments below!

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