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10 Best K-Dramas To Watch In 2022

Last Updated : 22 Sep, 2023
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What’s your favorite K-Drama? If you’re like most people, then you probably have several. There’s just something about the unique mix of melodrama, comedy, and romance that makes Korean dramas so addicting. In fact, they’ve become so popular in recent years that they’ve even started to cross over into the American and Indian markets. Although it’s more than halfway through 2022, it’s never too late to start planning your watching schedule for 2022. So if you’re looking for some new K-Dramas to watch in 2022, then look no further than this list!

Must-Watch Korean Dramas in 2022: 

1. Business Proposal 

It’s a charming rom-com about Shin Ha-Ri (Se-Jeong Kim), who accepts her friend Jin Young-(Seol Seo’s In-ah) request to go on a blind date planned by the friend’s father in her place. However, the scenario changes dramatically when Shin discovers that the man is actually her CEO, Kang Tae-Mu (Ahn Hyo-Seop). Surprisingly, he makes a proposal to her, which she accepts, but her life alters significantly as a result. This K-drama also includes a second lead love drama that is just as lovely as the main lead love drama. 

It has 12 episodes in total, all of which are currently accessible on Netflix

2. Twenty Five Twenty One 

Kim Tae-Ri appears as Na Hee-Do, Nam Joo-Hyuk as Back Yijin, and Bona from WSJN as Ko Yu-Rim in Twenty Five, Twenty One (2521). The plot is divided into two timeframes, 1998 and 2022, with comparisons drawn between South Korea’s International Monetary Fund (IMF) Crisis and the current COVID-19 issue. The story depicts two young individuals who are affected by the South Korean financial crisis. Fencer Na Hui-school do’s team loses financing, while affluent boy Baek Ijin unexpectedly loses his opulent existence as his father’s business fails. Nonetheless, the two find a way to follow their aspirations while also finding their way to each other. 

It concluded with 16 episodes, which are now available on Netflix

3. Snowdrop

A bleeding guy named Soo Ho (Jung Hae-in) bursts into a dormitory for ladies at a university in Seoul in 1987. Despite the rigorous supervision and risky circumstances, Young Ro (Jisoo), a female university student who falls in love with him at first sight on a group blind date, takes care of him. But when Young Ro finds out his secret, she is astounded. Soo Ho must follow his superiors’ orders to save his friends and return to his own nation, where his sister waits, even if it is terrible to watch over his first love Young Ro. What is their future going to hold? 

It has 16 episodes in all, which are now accessible on Disney+Hotstar.

4. Nevertheless

The drama Nevertheless, which is based on a well-known webtoon series, follows classmates Han(Yu Na-Bi) and Song(Park Jae-eon), two stereotypical “I don’t believe in love” types who – you guessed it – fall in love. The fairytale elements of falling in love are balanced with the reality of dating in the modern world, which is something that K-dramas have been doing so effectively lately. 

There are a total of 10 episodes, all of which are currently available on Netflix.

5. Hi Bye, Mama!

This one is for you if you enjoy supernatural dramas. Cha Yu-ri(Kim Tae-Hee), a ghost, perished in a vehicle accident five years ago while nine months pregnant, leaving behind her husband and the child she never got to meet. She tries everything to become human again after becoming weary of being a ghost before finding a reincarnation project. However, when she returns, she discovers that a lot has changed.

There are 16 episodes altogether, and they are all currently accessible on Netflix.

6. Our Beloved Summer

This series, which features Choi Woo-Shik from Parasite, centers on two rivals from high school who collaborate to film a documentary contrasting their lives as the top and bottom scorers in their senior class. The two are requested to participate in another documentary even though they haven’t seen each other in years after the program gets popular and becomes viral once again years later. 

There are 16 episodes in total, and they are all available on Netflix right now.

7. Ghost Doctor

The term “coma ghost” is a fascinating one that Ghost Doctor introduces. The medical and fantasy genres have been combined by director Boo Seong-Cheol in this drama series about two doctors who develop an odd attachment to one another. The highly esteemed and superb cardiothoracic surgeon Cha Young-min (Rain) is conceited. After a car accident, he roams the hospital as a “coma ghost” and takes possession of Go Seung-Tak (Kim Bum), a first-year resident in thoracic surgery, who is completely at odds with the spirit occupying him. Go takes on challenging surgeries with ease after being possessed by such a brilliant surgeon, and he uncovers controversies. 

For the much-needed adrenaline, watch this paranormal medical drama. There are a total of 16 episodes, and they are all currently available on Netflix.

8. All Of Us Are Dead 

The series made its Netflix debut in January and quickly rose to the top of the most popular shows list. All of Us Are Dead nearly attained the recognition and success of Squid Game because of the huge global attention it received; a second season is also in the works. 
It is one of the most talked-about series and is based on Joo Dong-Now Geun’s at Our School, a Naver webtoon. It follows children who are stuck in a South Korean school as they attempt to flee a zombie apocalypse that began as a result of a botched research experiment. This K-drama features rookies in key roles, including Park Ji-hu, Yoon Chan-young, and Cho Yi-Hyun, who give outstanding performances, ensuring the heart-pounding thrill of vintage zombie movies. 

There are 16 episodes in total, and you can watch them all right now on Netflix.

9. Juvenile Justice

An intriguing Korean drama starring Kim Hye-Soo is hard to resist. Juvenile Justice is one of the best K-dramas of 2022 thanks to her outstanding performance, and the show only gets better as it goes on. Sim Eun-Seok (Kim) dislikes young offenders in particular. A lot of legal drama and excitement also occurs when a senior and distinguished judge like her is chosen to lead a juvenile court. She must put her dislike of handling delicate and serious juvenile cases aside and render just judgments in accordance with the law. 

All 10 of the episodes are currently available to stream on Netflix.

10. Thirty-Nine

This K-drama presents a touching and universal tale. It recasts Hospital Playlist actress Jeon Mi-Do as Jeong Chan Young, Crash Landing on You actor Son Ye-Jin as Cha Mi Jo, and Kim Ji-Hyun as Jang Joo Hee. The plot centers on the lives and adventures of three closest friends who have remained close throughout thick and thin. In this beloved K-drama series, they encounter love, heartbreak, and humor as they enter middle age (40). 

There are now 12 episodes available to view on Netflix.

If you’re looking for a great drama to watch, look no further than Korean dramas. They never fail to entertain and keep you on the edge of your seat. Our list of the 10 best Korean dramas is sure to keep you entertained all year long. From heartwarming romantic comedies to edge-of-your-seat thrillers, there’s something for everyone on this list.

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