You Can Stream Reply 1988 + More K-Dramas on Netflix Starting January

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( The 2010s had a great selection of K-Dramas—Descendants of the Sun, Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok Joo, and Kingdom, to name a few—and it would come as no surprise if you've gotten hooked and can't wait to stream more. If you're planning to start a new decade with more K-Dramas, we have good news for you: Reply 1988 and more titles will stream on Netflix starting January 1, 2020

Here are the K-Dramas you can stream on new year's day:

Reply 1988 (2015)

The year is 1988 and bright and optimistic Duk Sun (Hyeri), soccer-crazed Jung-Hwan (Ryoo Joon Yeol), model student Sun Woo (Ko Gyung Pyo), and dancer Dong Ryong (Lee Dong Hwi) are taking on the halls of high school, while still remaining close friends with Go player Taek (Park Bo Gum). As they encounter problems and live their lives in Ssangmundong, they learn lessons and form bonds that they'll take with them to adulthood.


The Bride of Habaek (2017)

Based on the 2006 manhwa Bride of the Water God, the series stars Shin Se Kyung, Nam Joo Hyuk, Lim Ju Hwan, Krystal Jung, and Gong Myung. The narcissistic water god Ha Baek visits Earth in search of three stones that will help him claim his throne, but the other gods of nature are determined to stir trouble for him.

Live Up to Your Name (2017)

Acupunturist Heo Im (Kim Nam Gil) is famous in Joseon for his knowledge on traditional Korean medicine. During the day, he works at a clinic for the poor, and at night, he serves high-ranking officials and rakes in a fortune. His life changes when he falls into a river and resurfaces in modern-day Seoul where he stumbles upon Choi Yeon Kyung (Kim Ah Joong), a cardiothoracic fellow surgeon at Shinhae Hospital.

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