Korean dramas, better known as K-Dramas, have gained global popularity over the years and have found their own fan-following. Fans would agree that 2020 was a great year for K-dramas. "World of the Married," "Kingdom 2," "Flower of Evil," and "It's Okay Not To Be Okay" are some of the best shows that made the pandemic year survivable.

With the pandemic still restricting us to our homes, K-Drama fans can look forward to another great year as there is a lot of excitement in store for 2021. A great number of Korean television shows are scheduled to release this year that will bring back the magic and surrealism. Here is our list of some of the best K-dramas coming to Netflix in 2021.

"Love Alarm" Season 2

The show with Kim So-hyun, Song Kang and Jung Ga-ram in leading roles became one of the top releases on Netflix in 2019. This romantic comedy-drama that reflects love in the world of dating apps will return with its second season and see how Kim Jo-jo, Hwang Sun-oh and Lee Hye-yeong's love story will unfold. After repeated delays, the show is confirmed to air sometime in 2021.

"Kingdom: Ashin of the North"

"Kingdom" Season 2 ended on a cliffhanger with the arrival of Gianna Jun as Ashin. This special one-off episode will finally reveal the mystery of the resurrection plant. It will trace the origin of the plant and unveil details about Ashin's identity. The 70-minute episode will air this year but its release date is yet to be revealed.

"Hospital Playlist" Season 2

The mega-hit K-Drama will return for its second season in June 2021, according to Koreaboo.com. Revolving around the lives of five doctors, who have been friends and colleagues at Yulje Medical Center, the show stars Jo Jung-suk, Yoo Yeon-seok, Jung Kyung-ho, Kim Dae-myung and Jeon Mi-do. The show remains one of the highest-rated Korean shows in cable television history. 

"All of Us Are Dead"

For the fans of post-apocalyptic dramas and zombie shows, "All of Us Are Dead" is a spine-chilling horror drama based on the Naver webtoon "Now at Our School." Starring Yoon Chan-young and Park Ji-hoo, this show revolves around the story of a group of students stranded in their school during the zombie outbreak. The show is slated to release in summer this year.

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