As 2022 comes to an end, the Korean dramas that viewers are watching worldwide are constantly changing—whether they’re new ones or blasts from the past. Here are the ten most popular K-Dramas viewers are closing out the year by streaming on Netflix.
10. Extraordinary Attorney Woo (2022)
The hit drama about the intelligent attorney Woo Young Woo still has viewers tuning in to see her life unfold as she lives with autism and takes on a new job at a major law firm.
9. Boys Over Flowers (2009)
No matter how much time passes, Boys Over Flowers remains a K-Drama staple. The love story of a headstrong girl and a rich guy lives on, with major obstacles trying to tear them apart.
8. All of Us Are Dead (2022)
Following a zombie outbreak, students fight to stay alive and escape rather than becoming one of the undead.
7. The World of the Married (2020)
A couple’s fairytale life takes a turn when the husband betrays his wife, kicking off a story of twists and turns that proves married life is a world of its own.
6. Mr. Sunshine (2018)
Mr. Sunshine takes viewers along as a Korean boy leaves the country with his family, returns as a U.S. marine officer in adulthood, falls in love, and soon uncovers a dark political secret.
Married to a politician, a woman has kept her past a secret from her husband and the public by living a quiet life. Trolley shows how the couple handles it when a case finally reveals all of the wife’s secrets to the public.
4. Flower of Evil (2020)
While investigating a string of murder cases, a female detective discovers the secrets her husband has been hiding from her as he becomes a suspect.
3. Reborn Rich (2022)
An employee’s loyalty to a company is repaid by being framed for stealing money and murdered for the false charge. He then takes revenge after being reborn as the company’s youngest heir.
2. The Fabulous (2022)
The Fabulous follows four best friends as they pursue dreams, romance, and friendships in the fashion world.
1. Alchemy of Souls (2022)
Taking the top spot is the popular K-Drama Alchemy of Souls, which has recently released a second season to continue Jang Uk‘s fantasy journey of protecting others.