Apart from Netflix’s original Korean dramas, the platform also acquired the rights to stream several fan favorites such as What’s wrong with Secretary Kim? Sadly for fans, many Netflix K-dramas are going from late September to October. As the premiere of new hit original plays like dp And squid game, fan favorites and classics to boot and will no longer be available. Why K-Dramas Get Removed From Streaming Platforms? Netflix has agreements with streaming platforms around the world for dramas, but even rights contracts have an expiration date.
‘North 1997,’ ‘North 1994,’ and ‘North 1988’
NS Answer Director Shin Won-ho’s series will no longer be available on Netflix until September 30. Shin initially won the gold medal with North 1998, which began in 2012. The drama revolves around a group of friends from Busan, who have memories of their former 18-year-old selves and their current lives as 33-year-olds. The Answer 1998 aired during a pivotal time in pop culture as K-pop and first-generation idol groups were blooming.
Answer 1994 There was the second installment and it premiered a year later. The play follows a story similar to its predecessor as a group of students meet in a boarding house, and its timeline shifts from 1994 to the present 2013. was the last installment of the series Answer 1988 Which gained a huge fan base in the form of a group of neighborhood friends who are involved in one of the most famous love triangles of everyday life and K-drama. The North series became one of Korea’s highest-rated K-dramas in TV history.
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Chicago Typewriter Gained notoriety for its use of varying timelines. The 2017 K-drama depicts three resistance fighters during the 1930 Japanese occupation of Korea. The three characters are reincarnated in different aspects of the life of a professional writer, a ghostwriter and a fan. They cross paths once again and realize that their fates are linked and seek answers to their past.
According to cosmopolitanhandjob Chicago Typewriter It will be one of several K-dramas leaving Netflix on September 30th. K-Drama will be worth watching for its thrilling drama and action moments. If looking for a little romance, the K-drama is known for a prominent kissing scene.
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Many fan-favorite K-dramas are based on Korean manhwa or webtoons. 2017 K-Drama a liar and his lover based on Kanjo wa Uso o Aishisugiteru, a Japanese manga by Kotomo Aoki. Netflix acquired the rights to stream the drama for fans around the world in 2019. After only two years on the platform, the K-drama will kick off on 30 September.
Kang Han-gyul (Lee Hyun-woo) leaves a famous rock band and after losing his confidence to perform. He now composes music under a secret identity. By chance, Han-Gyul meets a talented singer named Eun So-rim (Joey). So-rim’s beautiful voice seduces and attracts Han-gyul, who falls in love. As So-rim begins her career, she begins to uncover Han-gyul’s secrets.
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Some K-dramas are credited with defining popular and frequently used tropes such as terrifying bosses or friends-turned-lovers. cheese in the net Helped define “second-lead syndrome”. Hong Seoul (Kim Go-eun) is a college student who is approached by the school’s most popular and prosperous senior, Yoo Jung (Park Hee-jin). Hong Seo Yu is shocked by Jung’s kind behavior. A year ago she and Yu Jung had a turbulent encounter.
As Hong Seoul is wary of her true intentions, she meets Baek In-ho (Seo Kang-joon), a talented pianist from a wealthy family who has lost her ability to play. The K-drama is notorious for developing a romantic relationship between Hong Seoul and Yoo Jung that fans completely disliked. In-Ho was adored by fans throughout the play, but got friend-zoned. The Netflix K-drama is a must-watch before leaving the platform on September 30.
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Oh my Ghost This is a classic drama, many hardcore fans remember watching when they started K-drama. The K-drama is leaving Netflix at the end of September. Netflix K-Drama Fans hospital playlist Will remember the male lead of the 2015 drama. Actor Jo Jung-suk plays the male lead as Kang Sun-woo. Oh my Ghost The story depicts Na Bong-sun played by Park Bo-young.
Bo-young has low self-esteem and no real family or friends. Thanks to his wizard grandmother, Bo-young can see ghosts. One day, a young virgin spirit caught hold of Bo-young hoping to cross. Now possessed by a ghost, Bo-young becomes a different person and seeks the attention of his master, Sun-woo. The three characters fall into an unexpected romance. The ghost finds out why she died in the first place.
‘Tunnel’ is a mystery thriller with K-drama time travel
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K-dramas are not all about romance, love triangles and intense drama. South Korea has produced many thrilling crime thrillers to watch. fans will have to hurry to see tunnel As it leaves Netflix on September 30th. tunnel It has an interesting use of time travel in its murder-mystery story. Park Gwang-ho (Choi Jin-hyuk) is a notable detective since 1986. Their city becomes the target of a serial killer.
Leading the case, Gwang-ho follows the criminal through a tunnel and finds himself transported 30 years into the future. In today’s time, the killer is still roaming freely. Gwang-ho and everyone else’s futures resulted in a drastic change. Gwang-ho must adapt to new times and join forces with an elite spy to mend the past and return home.