“Hotel Del Luna”, “Her Private Life”, “Touch Your Heart” & More To Stream On Netflix In November

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Bask on different colors of love with new Korean titles to watch on Netflix!

Your Netflix K-Drama and show time just got busier with new additions in the largest entertainment service platform.

Beginning November, new dramas, a movie and an entertainment show are set fill you warmth with romance, heart flutters and excitement.

As soon as November starts, five Korean love-themed dramas are available for your romance story craving.

All five dramas are available on Netflix starting November 1.

Hotel Del Luna

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A hotel unlike any other stands in a bustling city. Its owner Jang Man Wol (IU) teams up with hotelier Gu Chan Sung (Yeo Jin Goo) to revive its grandeur. But the catch is how to make the hotel appealing to its spooky clientele targeting wayfaring ghosts. With constant bickering an interaction, the two slowly builds a connection.

READ: K-Drama Review: “Hotel Del Luna” Imparts Valuable Lessons About Forgiveness, Letting Go and Moving On

Search: WWW


Whether you prioritize career or romance – or both, you would find yourself relating to the stories shared by the people moving in the story of Search: WWW.

Working as a director at the leading internet portal company, Bae Ta Mi (Im Soo Jung) gets ousted for sticking on her upright principles. She moves to the competitor business and builds connection to Cha Hyeon (Lee Da Hee), a dynamically creative member of the new team she will spearhead. With the goal of defeating her former company, she has to confront the lost friendship she once shared with Song Ga Kyung (Jun Hye Jin).

As these women battle out with their wits and skills, they also discover love should never be an issue while they strive for the best in their career.

READ: K-Drama Review: “Search: WWW” Trends Contemplative Career & Love Lessons For Women Who Understand Their Value

Her Private Life


Park Min Young breathes life to Sung Deok Mi (Park Min Young). A museum curator by profession, and a passionate idol fangirl by choice. To keep her job going, she hides her other life as a homepage master and aficionado of idol group member Cha Si An (ONE).

Her fangirl life reaches a nirvanic stage when the museum collaborates with the idol to exhibit his art collection. However, a fake relationship she initiated with Ryan Gold (Lee Jae Wook) to thwart the dating news with her favorite idol that went viral, also hits a no-return moment.

Deok Mi, the fangirl wakes up one day falling in “real love” with Ryan Gold. Hitting the jackpot, the feeling is mutual for the curator and the museum director.

READ: K-Drama Review: “Her Private Life” Celebrates Fan Girl Spirit, Finding True Love & Reclaiming One’s Purpose

Touch Your Heart

Oh Yoon Seo (Yoo In Na) takes a break from show business after a huge scandal that put a dent on her acting career. An opportunity for a comeback presents itself and Yoon Seo is willing to do whatever it takes to secure the female lead role. The writer’s condition is for her to have a field experience, so she needs to work in a law firm for three months. She agrees, and fortunately, the CEO of her agency has a cousin who is the CEO of a law firm.

Jung Rok (Lee Dong Wook) is the top attorney in Always Law Firm where Yoon Seo will be working. They start off in the wrong foot. However, as they spend more time together, they get to know each other better and romance starts to blossom.

READ: K-Drama Review: “Touch Your Heart” Cruises To A Satisfying Ending, Endears With Lighthearted Romance Theme

He is Psychometric


An apartment complex fire deeply affected the lives of Lee An (Park Jin Young), Kang Sung Mo and Yoon Jae In (Shin Ye Eun). Though Lee An lost his parents in the tragedy fourteen years ago, he formed a filial bond with Kang Sung Mo, the teenager who saved his life. He also discovered he has a psychometric ability, which he struggled to deal with. Meanwhile, Yoon Jae In mostly lived her teenage years with anxiety and panic attacks every time talks about her family came up. Her father went to jail because of the apartment fire.

After years of trying to figure out the events surrounding the tragic incident, Lee An and Yoon Jae In would have to face the hard truth. Their past is trying to catch up with them as more evidences are casting doubts on the guilt of Jae In’s father and shifting focus to another serious crime connected to Kang Sung Mo’s childhood.

READ: K-Drama Review: “He is Psychometric” Highlights Lingering Effects Of Trauma & How Decisions Impact Lives

Now Showing on Netflix

Moreover, if you are up for some crime and mystery series, The Lies Within currently drops two episodes weekly.

After her father dies and her husband goes missing, Kim Seo Hui (Lee Yoo Young) teams up with detective Jo Tae Sik (Lee Min Ki) and joins the National Assembly.

Layered with political conspiracies and withheld motivations, the series is bolstered by the amusing police team working on the case.

K-Movie Treat: Tune in for Love

Meanwhile, save the date on November 5 for a Netflix movie date with your special someone.

Bringing together two of South Korea’s popular stars – Jung Hae In and Kim Go Eun, Tune In For Love takes the story of a couple’s journey in defying fate to get the love they deserve. As they try to figure out their own dreams and a life together, destiny keeps coming between them.

READ: Netflix To Stream Jung Hae In & Kim Go Eun’s Retro Romance Film “Tune In For Love”

Adding to this, as announced in the 2019 Asian TV Drama Conference in September, Busted! Season 2 eyes another riveting mystery unlocking adventure for celebrity detectives.

Set to premiere on November 8, the breakthrough entertainment show preps up to give the viewers shifting emotions of gripping moments and laughter.

For its second season, the amateur detectives, including new member Lee Seung Gi, attempt to untangle a string of mystery cases, which may be connected to an enigmatic figure known as the Flower Killer.

READ: “Busted!” Is All Set For Season 2 Premiere Via Netflix

Coming Soon on Netflix

Finally, coming soon on Netflix is the highly-anticipated love pairing of powerhouse actors Hyun Bin and Son Ye Jin in Crash Landing On You.

Coming from different backgrounds, the love story of an oddly-matched couple is expected to make your heart swell with so much love.

After a paragliding mishap, beautiful heiress Yoon Se Ri (Son Ye Jin), lands on North Korean soil and meets military officer Lee Jung Hyeok (Hyun Bin).

Crash Landing on You is slated for December streaming on Netflix.

READ: K-Drama First Script Table-Read: Hyun Bin & Son Ye Jin’s “Crash Landing On You”

Tune in for K-Love on Netflix with these new sure hit titles!

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