It’s no secret that Netflix is investing in a lot of money on Korean content. Viewers keep on watching, so the content keeps on coming.
Even if it was only recently that Netflix announced they will be investing $500 million in South Korea, there are two ongoing K-dramas that prove all the money they’re spending are not going to waste.
Shortly after Song Joong Ki’s Space Sweepers was released, his new drama dropped on Netflix. It has been a while since we saw the star on the screen, so fans were ecstatic to be getting a movie and a drama from him.
Vincenzo isn’t your usual K-drama because this show explores the dark sides of all the characters — yes, even the leads. Song Joong Ki plays a mafia lawyer whose initial goal is to take money out of a building and leave. However, he gets tangled up with a corrupt pharmaceutical company.
As of writing, the plot is progressing nicely. It doesn’t hold back on shocking and impressing you, so you’re in for a ride once you start watching Vincenzo.
Sisyphus: The Myth
Like Song Joong Ki, Park Shin Hye is on a roll in Netflix. She had two movies in 2020 (Call and #Alive which are both available on Netlfix), and now she’s back in a thrilling K-drama.
Sisyphus follows the story of a genius engineer who tries to find out the truth behind his brother’s death and a warrior from the future who travels to the present to save the world from danger.
This time-traveling drama shows a lot of action and a bit of comedy. If you like science fiction, this drama will have you at the edge of your seat.