10 Best Korean Dramas on Amazon Prime You’ll Enjoy Watching


Korean Dramas are all the craze right now. If you have an Amazon Prime subscription and are either looking to become, or are already a fan of the K-drama genre, here’s a list of the 10 best Korean Dramas on Amazon Prime right now! So, don’t wait, and check these out! Happy Watching!

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1.Taxi Driver
Lee Je-hoon, Esom, and Kim Eui-sung appear in the South Korean television series Taxi Driver. It premiered on SBS TV on April 9, 2021, and was based on the webtoon The Deluxe Taxi by Carlos and Lee Jae-jin. The show is based on true stories of horrible crimes perpetrated in Korea. The series earned positive feedback from audiences for its performers and plotlines. The finale received the fourth highest rating of any SBS Friday-Saturday drama.

2. Hotel Del Luna
Hotel del Luna is a 2019 South Korean television series starring Lee Ji-eun (IU) and Yeo Jin-goo as the owner and manager of the namesake hotel that solely caters to ghosts, respectively. It aired on tvN from July 13 to September 1, 2019, and was produced by GT:st, written by the Hong sisters, and directed by Oh Choong-hwan. It was the most watched tvN drama of the year, and one of the highest-rated Korean dramas ever on cable television.

3. True Beauty
Moon Ga-young, Cha Eun-woo, Hwang In-youp, and Park Yoo-na feature in the South Korean television series True Beauty. It’s based on Yaongyi’s Line Webtoon of the same name, and it’s about a high school girl who masters the technique of cosmetics to transform herself into a beautiful “goddess” after being ridiculed and mistreated for being considered as ugly. From December 9, 2020 until February 4, 2021, it aired on tvN.

4. Strangers From Hell
Im Si-wan and Lee Dong-wook star in the 2019 South Korean television series Hell Is Other People. It is the second series of OCN’s “Dramatic Cinema” initiative, which blends cinema and drama formats, and is based on Kim Yong-Naver ki’s WEBTOON webtoon series of the same name. From August 31 to October 6, 2019, it broadcasts. The title refers to a statement from Jean-Paul Sartre’s No Exit that is frequently misconstrued.


5. The Penthouse: War in Life
Lee Ji-ah, Kim So-yeon, Eugene, Um Ki-joon, Yoon Jong-hoon, and Park Eun-seok star in The Penthouse: War in Life, a South Korean television series. The series is directed by Joo Dong-min and written by Kim Soon-ok, and it tells the narrative of a real estate and education war, as well as the desire to be number one. It illustrates the camaraderie and vengeance of women who went to evil to protect their children and themselves. With 5.354 million viewers at the end of the first season, the series is ranked 9th in the Top 50 Korean television series by countrywide viewers. Since its premiere on October 26, 2020, the series has held the top spot in all-channel mini-series 21 times in a row.

6. Tale Of The Nine Tailed
Lee Dong-wook, Jo Bo-ah, and Kim Bum feature in the South Korean television drama Tale of the Nine Tailed. It aired 16 episodes on tvN every Wednesday and Thursday at 22:30 (KST) from October 7 to December 3, 2020. The series took a one-week hiatus from showing on November 18, 2020, in order to assure better production for the final four episodes, and aired a behind-the-scenes special titled Tale of the Nine Tailed: A 600-Year Legend.

7. The Doctors
Kim Rae-won and Park Shin-hye star in the 2016 South Korean medical drama The Doctors. From June 20 through August 23, 2016, it broadcasts on SBS every Monday and Tuesday at 22:00 (KST) for 20 episodes. The drama was a hit, with an average audience rating of 18.40 percent. Park’s depiction as an unhappy girl who transforms into a charismatic doctor was particularly popular with fans due to her action scenes and plain phrases.

8. Secret Garden
Ha Ji-won, Hyun Bin, Yoon Sang-hyun, and Kim Sa-rang feature in the 2010 South Korean television drama Secret Garden. It aired on SBS for 20 episodes on Saturdays and Sundays at 22:00 from November 13, 2010 to January 16, 2011. Secret Garden was a tremendous ratings hit, with an estimated economic impact of more than 20 billion won. This makes it an easy and welcome addition to our list of the best Korean Dramas on Amazon Prime!

9. Voice
Voice is a South Korean criminal drama television series starring Lee Ha-na, Jang Hyuk, Lee Jin-wook, and Song Seung-heon. It follows the lives of 112 emergency call centre and dispatch team workers as they use the noises they hear to fight crime. On January 14, 2017, it premiered on OCN. On March 12, the first season came to an end.

10. Mr. Queen
Mr. Queen is a South Korean television series set to air in 2020–2021. It stars Shin Hye-sun as Queen Cheorin and Kim Jung-hyun as King Cheoljong and is directed by Yoon Sung-sik. Queen Cheorin discovers she has the soul of a modern-day man inside her body, while Monarch Cheoljong strives to be a king who serves his people in the drama. From December 12, 2020, it broadcast on tvN every Saturday and Sunday at 21:00 (KST).

This was our list of the best Korean Dramas on Amazon Prime. Do you think we should have added something else? Let us know in the comments!

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