Is ‘Pinocchio’ KDrama Available on Netflix? Where Can You Watch the Romantic Series?

Is ‘Pinocchio’ KDrama Available on Netflix? Where Can You Watch the Romantic Series?

With the rise of the Hallyu wave, it’s hard to ignore the power of Korean Dramas. The craze about the dramas and their stars is continuing to spread like wildfire. Since his return from the military, fans have been awaiting the return of Lee Jong Suk to the dramaland. He has finally made a comeback, a successful one at that with Girls Generation’s Im Yoona in the drama Big Mouth. The neo-noir thriller is pulling quite the viewership ratings. Though his latest drama is streaming on Disney, Netflix is carrying his old classics like Romance is a Bonus Book and Hymn of Death. But is Netflix streaming Pinnochio KDrama? 

What is the drama about? 

Pinocchio is mostly about a bunch of rookie journalists who learn the ropes of the world of journalism. There is the idealistic Choi In Ha, who has a unique Pinocchio Syndrome that makes her have hiccups whenever she is caught lying and there’s the shabbily dressed Choi Dal Po. His appearance is merely a mask because the boy has an excellent memory.


Seo Bum Jo and Yoon Too Rae round up the group. The former is described as a silver spoon baby and the latter has vast knowledge about the Kpop industry. Amidst their workplace struggles, there’s also a mystery that they need to uncover. 

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Meet the cast

The 2014 drama features Lee Jong Suk and Park Shin Hye in the lead. It also stars Lee Yoo Bi, Kim Young Kwang, Jin Kyung, Lee Pil Mo, Yoon Kyun Sang, Nam Da Reum and others. Joo Soo Won helmed the show while Park Hye Ryun wrote the screenplay. 

Is the Kdrama Pinocchio available on Netflix? 

Pinocchio Kdrama is available on Netflix but in selected regions. Unfortunately, Netflix users in the US are out of luck. The drama isn’t streaming there.

However, it’s available in Australia, Belgium, Czech republic, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, Hungary, Iceland, India, Israel, Italy, Japan, Netherlands, Philippines, Romania, Poland, Singapore, Portugal, Russia, Slovakia, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand, Turkey, Ukraine, and United Kingdom.

Nevertheless, you can still stream it on Kocowa, Vudu, FuboTV, Viki, and Amazon Prime Video.

Have you already watched this Kdrama? Comment below.

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