February 2021 Korean Dramas On Netflix: “Vincenzo”, “Sisyphus”, “Hello, Me!” & More
Celebrate love month by watching February 2021 Korean Dramas on Netflix that would surely be a big hit in your hearts!
For Song Joong Ki fans, you get to receive two delightful projects from your favorite actor. Meanwhile, JTBC’s anniversary drama special, Sisyphus: The Myth will also gift Netflix subscribers an enthralling adventure.
Guaranteed to put a smile on your face, Choi Kang Hee, Kim Young Kwang and Lee Re are going for a delightful treat as well with their new project.
2021 K-Dramas On Netflix: January
Korean Content Currently Streaming On Netflix
In case you missed it, the third season of Busted!, What Happened to Mr. Cha and Love (ft. Marriage and Divorce) have made their premieres this month.
February 2021 Korean Dramas will be joining the aforementioned dramas for your serving of Netflix K-Drama doses.
Space Sweepers Launch
On February 5, Space Sweepers will be launching on Netflix. The eagerly awaited film follows four misfits chasing after space debris and faraway dreams in year 2092. They unearth explosive secrets during the attempted trade of a wide-eyed humanoid.
February 2021 Korean Dramas On Netflix
Sisyphus | Feb 17
An unfathomable incident introduces a genius engineer to dangerous secrets of the world — and to a woman from the future who’s come looking for him.
“One world – Two Futures” as hinted by the trailer is what viewers should look forward to in this Cho Seung Woo and Park Shin Hye starrer. Dubbed as cryptic fantasy series, Sisyphus promises a high-quality story. It plans to present a new paradigm of drama genre with innovative cinematography and a solid screenplay that transcend time and space.
Hello, Me! | Feb 17
Miserable and unsuccessful, a woman thinks she’s lost all her spark — until one day, her spunky younger self appears in front of her demanding change.
Hello, Me is a thought-provoking drama targeting women in their 30’s and 40’s featuring Choi Kang Hee and Lee Re. To make it even more interesting it will involve time traveling.
The series threads on the story of Ban Ha-ni, a 37-year old woman who once lived a happy and vibrant youth full of laughter and dreams. However, reality hits hard and 20 years later, she leads a timid life – an exact opposite of her promising young self. In a twist of crazy fantasy, her 17-year old self time traveled and witness a front seat to a future she never imagined.
Vincenzo | Feb 20
A man caught in the middle of an Italian mafia war flees his adopted home for his South Korean birthplace where he finds more than one reason to stay.
Song Joong Ki is set to play the role of a a mafia consigliere. He is a brutal strategist and lawyer of a mafia organization. Contrary to his sweet-looking visuals, he is quite a character, equipped with sharp negotiating skills and sound judgment to grasp his opponents.
PR Source: Netflix