New K-Dramas On Netflix In October 2020: “Private Lives”, “Do Do Sol Sol La La Sol”, “Start-Up” & More

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Just as the autumn season signals its beginning, doses of love stories abound the roster of K-Dramas on Netflix for the month of October.

Three new Korean series are set to make its eagerly-awaited premiere while two widely-praised romance dramas also secured its Netflix launch.

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Currently, interesting dramas are emerging as fan favorites like Stranger S2 and Record of Youth. But there’s even more to look forward to in the roster of K-Dramas on Netflix in October!

Familiar Wife | October 1

First on the list in K-Drama on Netflix next month is Familiar Wife.

Familiar Wife used a concept which most marriage couples could only wish for — what if you could turn back time and change your spouse? Joo Hyuk (Ji Sung) felt trapped in what he perceived as a tireless cycle of work and home.

He was unable to do whatever he wanted and his wife Woo Jin (Han Ji Min) was mean to him and not at all loving. One day after seeing his college crush Hye Won (Kang Han Na), things took an unexpected turn. He woke up to a different wife!

Familiar Wife

Do Do Sol Sol La La Sol | October 7

If you couldn’t guess from the cute title, music is a part of Do Do Sol Sol La La Sol’s story. It follows the story of lovable pianist named Gu Ra-ra (Go A Ra), whose life hits rock bottom when her family’s finances collapse.

Gu Ra-ra meets the mysterious Sunwoo Jun (Lee Jae Wook), a gruff guy who is happily living a carefree lifestyle as a freelancer. With laughter, tears and love, they come to mean something special to each other. With laughter, tears and love, they come to mean something special to each other. Look forward to plenty of romantic and funny moments along with Go A-ra and Lee Jae-wook’s delightful chemistry.

Do Do Sol Sol La La Sol starts on October 7, 10 PM Philippine Standard Time with weekly episodes every Wednesday and Thursday.

K-Dramas on Netflix Do Do Sol Sol La La Sol

Private Lives | October 7

Taking an honest look into the private lives of public figures in a society where there is little “real” privacy propels this new series. This drama is an intimate story about real emotions, real relationships, real lives, and real consequences when things we desperately need to keep secret become public.

Cha Joo-eun (Seohyun), Jeong Bok-gi (Kim Hyo-jin), and Kim Jae-wook (Kim Young-min) are con artists who seek to disclose the private lives of various people. Lee Jeong-hwan (Ko Kyung-pyo) is a mysterious manager at a large company with a secret identity. With oodles of intrigue, you can enjoy figuring out the mysteries and be entertained by their different disguises.

Private Lives begins on October 7, 10 PM Philippine Standard Time with weekly episodes every Wednesday and Thursday.

When My Love Blooms | October 15

A man and woman who were in love in their 20s meet again in their 40s, and find that they’ve both become different people during their years apart.

Comparing present to past, When My Love Blooms makes a convincing argument that though time may weather the love one holds for another person, sometimes, it cannot completely erase it. The series stars Yoo Ji Tae, Lee Bo Young, Park Jin Young and Jeon So Nee.

When My Love Blooms

Start-Up | October 17

In Start-Up, popular actors Bae Suzy and Nam Joo-hyuk’s characters try to achieve their dreams at a place called Sand Box, a Silicon Valley-esque place with many start-up companies. Seo Dal-mi (Bae Suzy) dreams of becoming the next Steve Jobs. On the other hand, former kid math whiz Nam Do-san (Nam Joo-hyuk) is the founder of a struggling company.

They share a connection from years ago, and their paths cross years later as they seek success. In addition to the inspiring stories and sweet romance, you can anticipate some fun insight about technology and enterprises.

Start-Up launches on October 17, 10:00 PM Philippine Standard Time with weekly episodes every Saturday and Sunday.

PR Source: Netflix