The Best Korean Dramas to Watch on Disney+ and Hulu Right Now

Han So-hee smiling in Soundtrack K-drama
Credit: Disney+

Han So-hee smiling in Soundtrack K-drama
Credit: Disney+

Following the popularity of Korean dramas, streaming services such as Disney+ and Hulu now offer various Korean shows. Here’s a list of the best Korean dramas you can watch on Disney+ and Hulu!

Snowdrop

Set in 1987 in South Korea, Snowdrop is about the love story between a North Korean spy and a university student. Amid the dangerous situation they are in, they develop a romantic relationship.

Despite the backlash for alleged historical distortion, the K-drama received high ratings and was reported in 2022 as the most-watched series on Disney+ in several regions.

Snowdrop stars Jung Hae-in (While You Were Sleeping, D.P.) and Blackpink’s Jisoo.

Soundtrack #1

In Soundtrack #1, Eun-soo and Sun-woo have been friends for nineteen years. Eun-soo asks for Sun-woo’s help to write lyrics for a song, as requested by a famous composer.

They start living together to write lyrics and develop feelings for each other.

Soundtrack #1 is a limited series with four episodes only, so it won’t take long to finish this K-drama. It stars Park Hyung-sik (Strong Girl Bong-soon) and Han So-hee (The World of the Married).

Moving

Moving is a supernatural K-drama that follows a group of people with superpowers who are hiding their abilities. Most of the superpowered individuals have become parents now, with their children inheriting their abilities.

As people with superpowers are being hunted down, the parents do their best to stay hidden and keep their children’s abilities a secret.

Moving stars Ryu Seung-ryong, Han Hyo-joo, Zo In-sung, Cha Tae-hyun, Ryoo Seung-bum, Kim Sung-kyun, Lee Jung-ha, Go Youn-jung, and Kim Do-hoon.

Grid

Grid is a thriller that pursues the truth behind what saved humanity from an apocalypse.

In 1997, a mysterious ghost saved mankind and then disappeared. The ghost appears 24 years later and helps a serial killer escape prison.

Kim Sae-ha, an employee of the Grid Bureau, investigates the truth about the ghost and encounters other people who are also pursuing the ghost for their own reasons.

Grid stars Seo Kang-joon (Cheese in the Trap, When the Weather is Fine), Kim Ah-joong, Kim Mu-yeol, and more.

Rookie Cops

Rookie Cops is a coming-of-age story about the lives of students at the Korean National Police University who each have their story to tell.

Wi Seung-hyun and Go Eun-kang are two very different students who work toward their goals and find romance along the way.

K-pop idol Kang Daniel makes his acting debut in Rookie Cops. The show also stars Chae Soo-bin, Park Yoo-na, Lee Shin-young, and more.

Big Mouth

Big Mouth follows the story of Park Chang-ho, a third-rate lawyer with a 10% success rate who’s dubbed “Big Mouth” because he’s all talk. He gets caught up in a murder case and accused of being the conman “Big Mouse”.

Park Chang-ho fights against a huge conspiracy in order to survive.

Big Mouth serves as Korean actor Lee Jong-suk’s comeback drama after being discharged from the army.

Im Yoon-ah (who recently starred in the romantic comedy King the Land) plays Park Chang-ho's wife in this crime thriller K-drama.

Kiss Sixth Sense

Kiss Sixth Sense follows the story of Hong Ye-sool, a woman who has the ability to see the future whenever she kisses someone.

She accidentally kisses her boss and sees their future together. Things get more complicated when her ex-boyfriend shows up.

Kiss Sixth Sense is a romantic office comedy and stars Crash Landing on You’s Seo Ji-hye, along with Yoon Kye-sang, Kim Ji-seok, and more.

Crazy Love

In Crazy Love, a math genius and CEO named Noh Go-jin receives a death threat and pretends to have amnesia to catch the suspect.

Lee Shin-ah, Go-jin’s secretary, plans to take revenge on her boss and pretends to be his fiancée. A crazy romance unfolds between the two of them.

Kim Jae-wook (Coffee Prince, Her Private Life) and Krystal Jung (The Heirs, The Bride of Habaek) star in Crazy Love.

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Connect

If you’ve finished binge-watching Snowdrop and can’t get enough of Jung Hae-in, you can watch Connect!

In Connect, Ha Dong-soo gets kidnapped by a gang of organ hunters. He manages to escape, but with only one eye remaining. It turns out, he can still see out of his missing eye, which has now been transplanted to a serial killer.

Dong-soo can now see what the serial killer sees and pursues the latter. Go Kyung-pyo (Reply 1988, Chicago Typewriter) and Kim Hye-jun also star in Connect.

Dr. Romantic

Dr. Romantic follows the story of a triple-board certified surgeon who used to work in a top medical center in Seoul.

After an incident, he disappears and ends up working at a small hospital called “Doldam”, mentoring young doctors.

Only the third season is available to stream on Disney+, and only in selected regions. However, considering that the third season has a different plot, it isn’t necessary to watch the first two seasons to enjoy and understand the third.

Dr. Romantic stars Han Suk-kyu, Ahn Hyo-seop (Business Proposal, A Time Called You), Lee Sung-kyung (Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok-joo, Cheese in the Trap), Yoo Yeon-seok, and more.

Call It Love

In Call It Love, Sim Woo-joo’s life is changed after her father dies and his mistress kicks her out of the family home. She begins plotting revenge, but she falls in love with the son of her late father’s mistress.

Call It Love stars Lee Sung-kyung, Kim Young-kwang, Sung Joon, Ahn Hee-yeon, Kim Ye-won, and more.

May It Please the Court

May It Please the Court follows the story of Noh Chak-hee, an ace lawyer of a big law firm, who becomes a public defender. She doesn’t get along with public defender Jwa Si-baek, but later on, a murder case brings them together, and they start trusting each other.

May It Please the Court stars Jung Ryeo-won, Lee Kyu-hyung, Jung Jin-young, Kim Hye-eun, Lee Sang-hee, Kim Sang-ho, and more.

So, which of these Korean dramas on Disney+ and Hulu are you going to watch first? You can also check here for all the latest news on K-dramas.

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