Top 5 Binge-Worthy Korean Dramas Streaming on Netflix

Korean dramas, popularly known as K-dramas, have been stealing all the limelight on Netflix these days. People have started swearing by them, and the craze has reached its pinnacle. The popularity has picked up mainly because of the intensity of emotions they serve their audience which keeps them hooked. K-pop and K-dramas have become the highlight of every conversation and if you haven’t hooked yourself to one then definitely you are missing out on a lot. From romantic comedies to mysteries and suspense, the roller coaster of emotions it takes you on is well worth your time.

With that in mind, here are the top 5 highest-rated, most loved and binge-worthy K-dramas on Netflix:

The World of the Married

This Korean drama revolves around the life of a medical doctor which gets turned upside down when she discovers about her husband’s infidelity. The need for revenge starts thriving which knits a fabulous plot and makes the viewers explore a rollercoaster of emotions – from grief to healing. The show broke its own rating record after its final episode which was fantastically twisted and became the most talked about.

Watch it here.

Sky Castle

Sky Castle is a satirical drama which revolves around upper class materialistic housewives who are in a race to success with each other at the expense of anything and everything that comes their way. They reside in a luxurious area called Sky Castle and dream to send their children to the top-notch university which lands them into some tragic events leading to an entangled fate.

Watch it here.

Crash Landing on You

The Korean drama is a story of two star-crossed lovers who meet by fate and get muddled together when one lands in North Korea after a paragliding accident. The North Korean militant helps the heiress to reach the South while Cupid does its job and hits them both in the process. The actors became an instant sensation and were loved by people throughout the world. The series picked up fame due to its engaging plot and memorable romantic sequences.

Watch it here.


It is a beautifully intertwined Korean drama which revolves around the life of a 939-year-old goblin who has been cursed to immortality and ends up falling in love with the one who was sent to end that curse. It is a romantic fantasy with a fresh and different type of storyline with unique characters and amazing artists.

Watch it here.

Descendants of the Sun

The series is a love story which revolves around Captain Yoo Shi Jin, from South Korean Special Forces, and Doctor Kang Mo Yeon, who works as a Surgeon at Haesung Hospital in Seoul, followed by some deadly dangers that comes their way while rescuing a town from natural disasters. The series is a perfect drama with great works of fiction which picked up a storm in the world of Korean dramas.

Watch it here.

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