The Top 10 Most Popular K-Dramas On Netflix Worldwide In The 1st Half Of 2021

How many of these have you seen so far?

We’re only halfway through 2021, but for many K-Drama fans, this year has already been filled with numerous binge-watching sessions—but which K-Dramas have been the most popular watches? According to data from Netflix territories across the globe, these are the most popular shows from the first half of the year.

10. Sweet Home

Sweet Home is the 10th most-watched K-Drama and 99th most-streamed TV show overall on Netflix this year so far.

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Starring Song Kang, Lee Jin Wook, Lee Si Young, and Lee Do Hyun, this 2020 webtoon-based apocalyptic horror follows a depressed, orphaned student who finds himself striving to survive after monsters begin to attack humanity.

9. Crash Landing on You

Crash Landing on You is the 9th most-watched K-Drama and 94th most-streamed TV show overall on Netflix this year so far.

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Starring Hyun Bin, Son Ye Jin, Kim Jung Hyun and Seo Ji Hye, this 2019 romantic dramedy centers on a South Korean chaebol heiress who quite literally crash lands in North Korea.

8. Love Alarm

Love Alarm is the 8th most-watched K-Drama and 88th most-streamed TV show overall on Netflix this year so far.

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Starring Kim So Hyun, Song Kang, and Jung Ga Ram, this 2019 webtoon-based romance got a second season this year. The story focuses on a cellphone app that notifies users when someone nearby has romantic feelings for them.

7. Run On

Run On is the 7th most-watched K-Drama and 80th most-streamed TV show overall on Netflix this year so far.

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Starring ZE:A‘s Siwan, Shin Se Kyung, Girls’ Generation‘s Sooyoung and Kang Tae Oh, this 2020 sports romance follows a former sprinter who falls for a film translator.

6. Mine

Mine is the 6th most-watched K-Drama and 63rd most-streamed TV show overall on Netflix this year so far.

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Starring Lee Bo Young, Kim Seo Hyung, Lee Hyun Wook and Ok Ja Yeon, this thriller drama follows two strong women trying to find their true identities amidst the high society lifestyle they married into.

5. Law School

Law School is the 5th most-watched K-Drama and 59th most-streamed TV show overall on Netflix this year so far.

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Starring Kim Myung Min, Ryu Hye Young, Kim Bum, and Lee Jung Eun, this 2021 crime K-Drama centers on several students at a top law university who get caught up in a professor’s murder case.

4. Tale of the Nine-Tailed

Tale of the Nine-Tailed is the 4th most-watched K-Drama and 57th most-streamed TV show overall on Netflix this year so far.

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Starring Lee Dong Wook, Jo Bo Ah, and Kim Bum, this 2020 fantasy romance focuses on a female television producer who encounters a centuries-old supernatural agent gumiho.

3. The Uncanny Counter

The Uncanny Counter is the 3rd most-watched K-Drama and 52nd most-streamed TV show overall on Netflix this year so far.

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Starring Jo Byung Gyu, Yoo Jun Sang, former gugudan‘s Sejeong, and Yeom Hye Ran, this 2020 webtoon-based fantasy mystery follows a group of supernatural demon hunters who balance tracking down spirits with working at a noodle restaurant.

2. Sisyphus: The Myth

Sisyphus is the 2nd most-watched K-Drama and 42nd most-streamed TV show overall on Netflix this year so far.

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Starring Cho Seung Woo and Park Shin Hye, this 2021 science-fiction thriller centers on a genius engineer who’s exposed to the world’s secrets and a woman from the future who’s tracking him down.

1. Vincenzo

The top spot goes to Vincenzo, which is the no.1 most-watched K-Drama and 6th most-streamed TV show overall on Netflix this year so far.

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Starring Song Joong Ki, Jeon Yeo Been, 2PM‘s Taecyeon, and Kim Yeo Jin, this 2021 dark comedy focuses on a Mafia consigliere who teams up to fight villains with a sharp-tongued lawyer.

Source: FlixPatrol