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If ‘All Of Us Are Dead’ got your adrenaline rushing, another horror show ‘Hellbound’ streaming on Netflix should definitely be on your cards. The show combines detective drama and how people exploit religion. A supernatural horror series, this should be on your weekend binge list.
A good mix of romance and period-thriller, ‘The King: Eternal Monarch’ marked the big return of heartthrob - actor Lee Min-Ho. The story shows two parallel worlds and its junction opened by the antagonist, played by Lee Jung-Jin. If you enjoy watching dreamy K-dramas, this should be your top pick on Netflix.
Another dreamy K-drama, ‘Record Of Youth’ follows the lives of three young people in the world of modelling - trying to make it big in the industry. South Korean actor Park Bo Gum-starrer drama is a must-watch if you like love triangles. Catch it on Netflix to know!
A thriller mixed with horror and fantasy, 'The Call' now streaming on Netflix is another great pick if you’re already into South Korean horror. Originally based on the 2011 British and Puerto Rican film 'The Caller', it has an interesting plot that will keep you hooked till the end.
‘A Love So Beautiful’ adapted from a popular Chinese drama (streaming on Netflix) is a feel-good series about high-school romance and drama. It follows a group of friends from the time of their youth until their thirties as they navigate career, family and love.