Don’t miss out on these newly released K-Dramas on Netflix

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'All Of Us Are Dead'- Premiere: 28 January 2022

High school and zombies—All of Us Are Dead is about a group of students who get trapped inside their school in the midst of a virus outbreak.

'Forecasting Love and Weather'- Premiere: 12 February 2022

Park Min-young and Song Kang are following the staff at Korea's national weather forecast service and love is all set to bloom as their professional life gets attached with personal life.

'Twenty Five Twenty One':Premiere: 12 February 2022

Mr. Sunshine's Kim Tae-ri and Start-Up's Nam Joo-hyuk, meet twice at the ages of 21 and 25, they support each other with friendship and affection as they enter adulthood.

'Thirty-Nine' Premiere- 16 February 2022

Son Ye-jin alongside Hospital Playlist's Jeon Mi-do and Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha's Kim Ji-hyun are trailing their goals with their careers, family lives, and love lives.

'Business Proposal'- Premiere: February 28, 2022

Based off the popular webcomic The Office Blind Date, this workplace drama stars The Uncanny Counter's Kim Se-jeong and Lover of the Red Sky's Ahn Hyo Seop.

'Juvenile Justice'- Premiere: January 2022

Kim Hye-soo was a victim of a crime in her youth. When she gets appointed to a juvenile court, she experiences a shift in her perspective and discovers what it means to be an adult.

'Tomorrow'- Premiere: March 25

Group of Reapersare part of a crisis management team meant to save those who want to die. The series' stars Rowoon, Alice's Kim Hee-sun, and Doom at Your Service's Lee Soo-hyuk.

'Our Blues'- Premiere: April 9

This romantic drama will follow residents finding love on the island of Jeju. It stars Squid Games's Lee Byung-hun, Hometown Cha Cha Cha's Shin Min-ah, and Parasite's Lee Jung-eun.

'Money Heist: Korea - Joint Economic Area'- Premiere: TBD

The latest Korean remake will tackle Netflix's Spanish hit Money Heist, which recently aired its fifth season.

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