Netflix has announced its upcoming slate of Korean dramas set to hit the streaming service in 2023.
Among the titles announced, Netflix teased the release of the highly-anticipated drama Gyeongseong Creature, which was first teased all the way back in mid-2021. The monster series will premiere in late 2023 and will follow a pair of friends teaming against a sinister creature born in post-war Korea in 1945, starring the likes of Nevertheless’ Han So-hee and Itaewon Class’ Park Seo-joon.
In addition, the dystopian sci-fi series Black Knight will also arrive halfway through the year, with the series starring Kim Woo-bin as a delivery driver who becomes responsible for the last remaining members of the Korean Peninsula after toxic air pollution threatens all life.
Joining these long-anticipated releases is the rom-com Love to Hate You, part 2 of Song Hye-kyo’s series The Glory, the second season of Sweet Home and the time travel romance A Time Called You.
Netflix is investing more time and money into the Asian film and TV market, having recently made a deal with Japanese filmmaker Hirokazu Koreeda for a collection of future collaborations. “Netflix and I are teaming up to create a drama series and a big-budget movie that is different from my previous works,” the director stated in November 2021, adding, “You still need to wait for a bit before they’re finished and delivered to you”.
Take a look at a preview of all the upcoming Korean titles coming to Netflix, below.