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The 8 Best K-Dramas that made 2021 Marvelous

Best K Drama 2021

From “Vincenzo” and “Happiness” to “Squid Game”, here is the list of the best Korean Drama that made 2021 a marvelous year.

8. Squid Game                              

IMDb: 8                  MyDramalist: 8.6

Synopsis: Squid Game, a survival drama, where a large no of the cash-strapped contestant decides to play a children’s game for the sweet prize by welcoming the invitation, but cons are life-threatening.

Genres: Thriller, Horror fiction, Drama

No of Episodes: 09

Aired On: September 17, 2021

Available on: Netflix

7. Doom at Your Service               

IMDb: 8.1               MyDramalist: 8.4

doom at your service

Synopsis: A woman who was working as a webcomic editor, finds out that she has only 100 days left as she is suffering from a brain tumor. At this breaking point, she begs for the end of the world. In answer, the destruction itself appears at her door and lives with her for the last 100 days.

Genres: Romance, Fantasy

Starring:  Park Bo-Young and Seo In-Guk 

No of Episodes: 16

Aired On: May 10 –; June 29, 2021

Available on: Viki, Viu

6. The Penthouse: War in Life      

IMDb: 8.1              MyDramalist:8.8

Synopsis: Penthouse tells the story of the woman who tries to enter Hera Palace in order to have life in high society by being the “Queen” of a luxury 100th-floor penthouse apartment in Gangnam.

Genres: Mystery, Thriller, Suspense, Revenge, Drama

No of E-pisodes: 48

Aired On: October 26,2020- Sept 10 ,2021

Available on: Viki, Netflix

5. Happiness

IMDb: 8.4           MyDramalist: 9

Synopsis: A death-dealing virus is spreading throughout the city, thus the citizen of the apartment must act together in order to live on. Will it be possible to control the situation? It is an apocalyptic thriller that will help you correlate with the ongoing pandemic situation

Genres: Romantic, Comedy, Thriller, Fantasy

Starring: Han Hyo-Joo, Park Hyung-Sik, Woo-jin Jo, Joo-hee Park

No of Episodes: 12

Aired On: November 5 –; December 11, 2021

Available on: Viki, Viu, and iQIYI

4. Vincenzo      

IMDb:8.5             MyDramalist: 9

Synopsis: A Korean-Italian mafia attorney, Vincenzo returns to his motherland for a business deal, but things don’t go in his way. So, he gives a conglomerate a flavor of the mafia.

Genres: Crime-drama, Dark comedy

Starring: Song Joong-ki, Jeon Yeo-bin, Taecyeon, Kwak Dong-Yeon.

No of Episodes: 20

Aired On: February 20 – May 2, 2021

Available on: Netflix, Viki, Dramacool

3. Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha               

IMDb: 8.6             MyDramalist:8.8

Synopsis: A dental surgeon, who works in the metropolis decides to leave the town and start a clinic near the seaside village. There she meets a countryman. Will there be a romantic story between a fashionable woman and a native man?

Genres: Romantic comedy, Slice of life

Starring:  Shin Min-a; Kim Seon-ho; Lee Sang-Yi

No of Episodes: 16

Aired On: August 28 –; October 17, 2021

Available on: Netflix, Viu, Dramacool, iQIYI

2. Youth Of May                                  

IMDb: 8.8           MyDramalist: 8.6

Synopsis:  In May 1980 in the city of Gwangju, like any other youth, an optimistic doctor fell in love with a nurse, they pursue their passions. Later, their relationship destiny was doomed because of the Gwangju Uprising.” Youth of May” is one of the glories that will let you experience vintage love.

Genres: Romance, Melodrama, Historical

Starring: Go Min-si, Lee Ho Hyun

No of Episodes: 12

Aired On: May 3,2021-June 8, 2021

Available on: Viki, Viu, Dramacool

1. Hospital Playlist 2                    

IMDb: 8.8          MyDramalist: 9.1

Synopsis: Every single decision is prime for doctors as it depends on one’s life. An outstanding story of five doctors, who were friends since college now working in the same hospital, with a work-life blend.

Genres: Romance, Medical drama, Comedy, Slice of life

Starring: Cho Jung-Seok, Yoo Yeon-Seok, Jung Kyoung-Ho

No of Episodes: 12

Aired On: 12 March 2020- 16 September 2021

Available on: Netflix, Dramacool

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