Park Seo-Joon and Han So Hee Netflix drama. the Global OTT Netflix has unveiled its 2023 Korean drama lineup of 28 episodes. Top star actors representing Korea and Season 2 of the series recognized for their workmanship were lined up.

First of all, among the series lineup, ‘Queen Maker’ starring Kim Hee-ae and Moon So-ri (2nd quarter), ‘The Courier Knight’ (2nd quarter) starring Kim Woo-bin and Song Seung-Heon, ‘Mask Girl’ (3rd quarter) starring Ko Hyeon-Jeong and Nana, and ‘Kyungsung’ starring Park Seo-Joon and Han So-hee Creature’ (Q4) are considered new anticipated works. Part 2 of the popular series ‘The Glory‘ will be released in March, and ‘D.P‘ and ‘Sweet Home season 2 will be released in the 3rd and 4th quarters, respectively.

As for the movies, including the posthumous work of Kang Soo-Yeon to be released on the 20th of this month, ‘Jeong’, starring Im Si-wan and Chun Woo-hee, ‘I Just Dropped My Smartphone’ (February 17), Jeon Do-Yeon and Seol Kyung-gu’s ‘Gil Bok-soon’ (1st Quarter), Lee Byung-hun · ‘Seungbu’ (2nd quarter) starring Yoo Ah-in and ‘Believer 2’ (4th quarter) starring Cho Jin-Woong and Cha Seung-won is considered as expected works.


The entertainment sector, which has rarely been enjoyed, also presents a variety of content. ‘Physical 100’ to be released on the 24th of this month, female combat survival variety show ‘Siren: Island of Fire’ (2nd quarter), youth variety show ’19/20′ (3rd quarter) presented by the producer of ‘Solo Hell’, Theory created by PD Kim Tae-ho PD Jeong Jong-yeon’s new work, ‘Devil’s Plan’, and Kakao PD Park Jin-kyung’s zombie entertainment show ‘Zombie Bus’ (Q3), etc. have been prepared.

As for the documentary line, the 8-part documentary series ‘I am God: People betrayed by God’ (March 3), ‘Yellow Door: In Search of Director Bong Joon-ho’s unreleased short film (tentative title)’ depicts the journey of finding an unreleased short film by director Bong Joon-ho. is scheduled to be released this year.

Kang Dong-Han, VP of Korean content at Netflix, said, “Last year, more than 60% of Netflix members watched at least one Korean work, and Korean series and movies in more than 90 countries were listed in the Netflix weekly TOP 10. “Through continuous investment and experimentation, we will deliver the best entertainment experience and subscription value that can only be found on Netflix to our members,” he said.

Source: Daum

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