5 K-Dramas and Korean Movies Coming To Netflix In March

“The Glory” (Part 2) is just one of several Korean titles being added in March!

Thanks to the worldwide popularity surge in all things Hallyu, fans of K-Dramas and K-Movies can watch content on the biggest streaming platforms, including Netflix!

Here are five titles heading to Netflix this March!

1. The Glory (Part 2)

The long-awaited part two of The Glory will be added to the Netflix catalog on March 10th. Starring Song Hye Kyo as Moon Don EunThe Glory tells the story of a victim of horrific bullying exacting revenge.

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2. Divorce Attorney Shin

A new weekly drama, Divorce Attorney Shin is about a talented divorce lawyer dealing with several wild and strange clients. This drama is set to begin airing on March 4th, with new episodes on Saturdays and Sundays.


3. Diary Of A Prosecutor

New to Netflix on March 1, this JTBC drama was popular when it aired in 2019. Starring Lee Su Kyun and Jung Ryeo Won, this drama is about two lawyers, one seeming to lack ambition and the other the exact opposite, working at the same prosecutor’s office.


4. In the Name of God: A Holy Betrayal

This docuseries tells the true stories of four Korean leaders who claimed to be prophets and cults that formed behind their leadership, including the Aga Dongsan cult connected to album distributor Synnara Records.

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5. Kill Boksoon

Starring Jeon Do Yeon as a single mother who works as an assassin, Kill Boksoon is perfect for those looking for an action or thriller-type movie! Netflix will be adding this movie on March 31.

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Which will you be streaming? Check out more K-Dramas releasing this March below!

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