New K-Dramas On Netflix In March 2020: “Kingdom Season 2” & “Hospital Playlist”
It’s a double delight for new K-Dramas on Netflix in March!
From thriller to heartwarming, two powerhouse series join the already amazing catalog of K-Dramas on Netflix. Hospital Playlist and Kingdom Season 2 will make its global premieres on March 12 and March 13 respectively.
- Streaming starts on March 12
Coming to Netflix in March, Hospital Playlist boasts stellar cast of versatile actors: Jo Jung Seok (Oh My Ghost), Yoo Yeon Seok (Mr. Sunshine, Dr. Romantic, Reply 1994), Jung Kyung Ho (Prison Playbook, Beating Again), Kim Dae Myung (Misaeng); and award-winning musical actress Jeon Mi Do.
Hospital Playlist explores the amazing bond among five friends who have stayed close with each other since attending medical school together 20 years ago. They can practically read each other’s mind and know each other like the back of their hands.
At their 40’s life begins for each of them. With careers as doctors, the pragmatic lives of people living, dying and just passing by in the hospital will be narrated in their different perspectives.
Kingdom Season 2
- Streaming starts on March 13
Picking up from the events of the first season, an epidemic turns Joseon into chaos. The quenchless greed of the Cho family results to a hell on earth with people infected by the malady increasing exponentially in numbers.
In Kingdom Season 2, Crown Prince Lee Chang continues his desperate, bloody struggle, with no one he can trust to help him.
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