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5 Best Thriller K-dramas to Stream on Netflix

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Looking for a K-drama fix? Get your adrenaline pumping with the BEST thriller K-dramas on Netflix! Murder, mystery, suspense – we’ve got you covered.

Korean dramas, or K-dramas, have surpassed the geographical borders, thanks to their compelling stories and relatable characters. They have become popular worldwide! Popular for their high-quality and diverse content, in all the possible genres under the sun, K-dramas cater to a wide range of audience.

Forget predictable plots! Dive into the world of Korean thrillers on Netflix. These K-dramas weave together nail-biting suspense with clever detective work, offering a unique blend of genres that surpasses typical thrillers.

You can now watch some of the best thriller K-dramas on Netflix. There’s a wide variety of Korean drama options available that you can choose from!

Are you ready to dive in to find out which thriller Korean drama are you going to binge-watch over the weekend in 2024? Let’s find out!

Unlock My Boss (2023)

Based on a webtoon of the same Korean title by writer Park Seong-hyun, Unlock My Boss, is packed with a unique mix of humor and mystery.

It is about a company president (Park Sung-woong) who becomes trapped in a smartphone under suspicious circumstances. A young unemployed man (Jong-Hyeop Chae) picks up the strange smartphone and his life takes a drastic turn. With the help from another young woman (Eun-Su Seo), the three protagonists set out to improve their lives. And, in the meanwhile, they search for the truth behind the murder of the man in the phone.

Stranger (2017)

It is one of the best thriller K-dramas on Netflix which revolves around a dedicated detective Han Yeo-jin (Bae Doona) and a prosecutor with absence of emotions, Hwang Si-mok (Cho Seung-woo). They come together to solve a murder linked to corruption scandals within legal system of South Korea. 

It’s almost a procedural but involves a lot of detective work to keep you engaged. With intriguing mystery and political references, you will be hooked from the first episode.

Mask Girl (2023)

Mask Girl is based on Mae-mi and Hee-se’s Naver webtoon.  The protagonist, Kim Mo-mi, portrayed by three brilliant actors, Lee Han-byeol, Nana, and Go Hyun-jung, is an insecure office worker who turns into a masked internet personality by night.

But, the insatiable hunger for fame, a yearning that consumed her childhood, took a monstrous turn. The glittering world she craved became a suffocating cage, twisting her dreams into a chilling reality.

There are shocks and twists at every turn which will keep you engaged as Mo-mi navigates her dual identities.

All Of Us Are Dead (2022)

Another one of zombie thriller K-dramas on Netflix! There are zombies all around and this time in a high school. A mysterious epidemic in a high school turns its students into flesh-eating zombies. The story revolves around a group of students who are trapped in the school while zombies take over everything. It’s a classic fight for survival in a zombie world. To make it more interesting, students are forced to confront their fears, secrets, and relationships.

Flower of Evil (2020)

A suspenseful crime drama, Flower of Evil, revolves around Baek Hee-sung (Lee Joon-gi) hiding his past and his wife, Cha Ji-won (Moon Chae-won), a detective, who starts suspecting him. In reality, he is a cold-blooded killer who is a prime suspect in a series of unsolved murders. And, she is the detective working on the case. It may not have the most impressive storyline but the show is masterfully made. It perfectly balances themes of love, deception, and betrayal.

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