The 8 Best Thriller K-Drama Shows on Netflix Right Now

Son Ye-jin as a South Korean businesswoman lands in North Korea, sparking a sweeping romance with a military captain (Hyun Bin). A perfect blend of fantasy and melodrama.

Crash Landing on You:

Park Eun-bin shines as an autistic attorney navigating legal challenges and personal secrets, offering a fresh perspective in this poignant drama. Watch for heartfelt performances and compelling storytelling.

Extraordinary Attorney Woo:

Lee Jung-jae stars in Netflix's gripping survival thriller where desperate contestants face deadly challenges for a life-changing prize, exploring themes of morality, greed, and human desperation.

Squid Game:

Ju Ji-hoon leads in this thrilling blend of political intrigue and zombie horror set in 17th-century Korea, where a crown prince fights to protect his kingdom from an undead plague.


Yoo Ah-in stars in a chilling series where divine entities condemn people to hell, sparking chaos and exploring profound questions about belief, morality, and human nature.


Choi Woo-shik and Kim Da-mi star in a nostalgic romance about former high school sweethearts reunited by a viral documentary, blending youthful charm with heartfelt emotions.

Our Beloved Summer:

Lee Min-ho stars in this iconic K-drama about a spirited girl who finds herself entangled with a wealthy clique at an elite school, filled with drama, romance, and intrigue.

Boys Over Flowers:

Choi Woo-shik plays a vigilante caught in a moral dilemma after accidentally killing a serial killer, pursued by a determined detective (Son Suk-ku) in this gripping psychological thriller.

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