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New K-Dramas On Netflix In September 2020: “Record of Youth”, “The School Nurse Files” & “Private Lives”

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Spotlight is on three Korean Dramas gearing up to launch on Netflix next month!

Chasing love and dreams, evil spirits in jelly forms and shady government-conglomerate sinister collaboration are the themes of Netflix Korean Dramas in September.

You sure won’t notice September ends with new titles from favorite male leads: Park Bo Gum, Nam Joo Hyuk and Go Kyung Pyo. You are also set to meet gregarious characters to be painted by actresses Park So Dam, Jung Yu Mi and Seohyun.

Netflix Monthly 2020 Korean Dramas’ List: January | February | March | April | June | July | August

But wait, there’s more! Netflix has also added a thrilling film treat to add on your plate. So make sure to mark your calendars well. Following its big screen release, #Alive marks its international premiere on September 8.

Starring lauded actors Yoo Ah In and Park Shin Hye, #Alive is a survival thriller film. It narrates the story of people isolated in an apartment building without any means of digital communication. The survivors are in the brink of danger after a cryptic monster outbreak ensued to terrorize them.

#Alive

Now, deck these approaching Korean dramas to hit your Netflix watch list soon!

Record of Youth | September 7

Following the lives of three people in today’s fashion industry, Record of Youth threads on the stories of youth who strive to achieve their dreams and claim love sparing no effort against the restrictions of realities. It particularly touches on the debilitating truth of how even dreaming has been a luxury for young people, thus igniting them to fight their own ways to fulfill it.


The School Nurse Files | September 25

Painting the story of Ahn Eun-young (Jung Yu Mi), the series traverses her journey as a school nurse who realizes cryptic occurrences at her new school, she untangles the mysteries with the help of Classical Chinese teacher Hong In-pyo (Nam Joo Hyuk).

Nurse Eun-young has special ability to see “supernatural Jellies” that are invisible to everyone else. Representing invisible blobs of greed, the Jellies were inadvertently unleashed by In-pyo from its containment seal.

With Eun-young having the power to see the Jellies, she confronts a challenging life battling supernatural creatures. Lucky for her, she discovers that In-pyo has a special energy that recharges her power and protects her. Together, they wage war against the Jellies to defend the school and the students.

the school nurse files


Private Lives | *moved to October 7

In a world where data is no longer private, con artists uncover a sinister surveillance scheme headed by the government and a greedy corporation. Challenging the role of a con artist, Seohyun pairs up with Go Kyung Pyo who will mark his post-military service drama. Rounding up the cast are Kim Hyo Jin and Kim Young Min.

The series initially was set to release for September air date but has since moved to October 7.


PR Source: Netflix

Photos: Netflix | jTBC

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