3 Kdramas You Must Rewatch On Netflix

3 Kdramas You Must Rewatch On Netflix

Nothing beats the magic of watching a Kdrama for the first time. The pain as the lovers keep pining for each other or the utter frustration you feel when the culprit is right around the corner, yet the police don’t notice, is truly a special feeling. However, there are some kdramas that are so brilliant that you need to rewatch them to truly understand the attention to detail that the creators have paid. We have compiled a list of the 3 Kdramas on Netflix you must rewatch.

3 Kdramas on Netflix that you need to rewatch

Guardian: The Lonely and Great God (Goblin)

The series is one of the best dramas to have ever been made. Everything from the cinematography to the original soundtrack and heartfelt dialogues, you will never be able to get enough of this Kdrama. Additionally, the plot of the series revolves around Kim Shin. He was once a military general so powerful and cherished that even the King shook in his boots. With a tragic death leading to immortality, he has spent over nine hundred years on this earth, and with everyone person he loses, Kim Shin wants an end to his immortality. The only way, however, is to find his bride. Moreover, the Goblin’s bride is a high school student named Ji Eun Tak.

Despite the hardships that she has faced, Ji Eun Tak remains chirpy and warm-hearted. Things get complicated when Ji Eun Tak and Kim Shin fall deeply in love. The series still manages to be one of the most hilarious Kdramas that you will ever come across. There is beauty in the little moments, and Guardian: The Lonely and Great God is a perfect example.

The sheer sadness in Gong Yoo‘s eyes as he is stuck between choosing to spend time with the love of his life and putting an end to his immortality. Or grim reaper crying helplessly because he feels guilty for a crime he does not remember committing. Moreover, it has the beautiful faces of Gong Yoo, Kim Go Eun, Lee Dong Wook, and Yoo In Na. That’s about enough reason to go and rewatch the kdrama on Netflix right now.

Reply 1988

One of the most popular trilogies in the Kdrama world is the Reply series. The screenplay of the series is written by Lee Woo Jung, who went on to give us kdramas such as Prison Playbook and Hospital Playlist.  Furthermore, the writer has a knack for writing emotional stories that will make you sob. Reply 1988 is timeless, and you can always rewatch it. It revolves around five childhood friends with struggles of their own. The five friends learn meaningful lessons, and their bond grows stronger as they go through the ups and downs of life.

This 20-episode-long Kdrama will take you down the road of nostalgia in a warm blanket. Not to mention, the Kdrama has the most star-studded cast. You will find Lee Hye Ri (My Roommate Is A Gumiho), Go Kyung Po (Private Lives), Ryu Joon Hyeol (Lucky Romance), Park Bo Gum (Record of Youth), and Lee Dong Hwi (Pegasus Market). Stream this show on Netflix.

Law School

If overly intriguing were a word in the dictionary, then we would use it for Law School a thousand times over. Furthermore, the Kdrama has such a well-fletched mystery plot that you will be blown away in every frame. Law School is a law thriller Kdrama set up inside the most prestigious law school in the country. Everything descents into complete chaos when a prosecutor turned professor at the university is found dead inside the school premises. Suspicion falls on the students and one sassy criminal law professor who can’t help but throw snarky remarks.

The Kdrama will keep you guessing till the very end about what actually went down. In the first watch, you will have your eyes wide open, trying to take in what is going on. And it is when you will rewatch Law School that you will be blown away by the attention paid to the details. It has been voted the most binge-worthy Korean drama in various Twitter polls. So, re-watch it on Netflix.

Let us know in the comments below what kdrama will you be rewatching.

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