Check Out the List of Office Based Korean Dramas on Netflix

Korean Dramas are making people want to visit Korea and to start a life there. With Korean dramas cinematic views and storylines, people are also wishing to have a job in Korea. They lay out some seriously aesthetical background scores and who doesn’t crave Ramen while watching K-dramas but we only have a substitute that’s Maggi, Haha.

Now if we talk about the Korean dramas you can binge-watch, then you have to read the full article. Netflix currently has a wide range of Korean dramas, each with a different storyline but similar aesthetic Korea. Here is a list of Korean dramas based on the office you can watch on Netflix.

Korean Dramas based on Office you can start Binge watching on Netflix

Strong Woman Do Bong Soon: This Korean television drama was released in 2017 and has 17 episodes which include one special episode. The story revolves around Do Bong-soon which is played by Park Bo-young in the drama, is born with some supernatural powers which were passed from some women in her own family.

She wants to become a girly girl which is Guk-doo’s type, played by Ji Soo but because of her supernatural powers, she gets a job as a bodyguard of Ahn Min-hyuk played by Park Hyung-Sik. The series revolves around the kidnapping that happens in the town where Bong-soon lives and how the relationship between Min-hyuk and Bong-soon grows.

Check Out the List of Office Based Korean Dramas on Netflix

What’s Wrong with Secretary Kim: This Korean drama is based on the novel which was released in 2013 with the same title but this Korean drama was released in 2018 and is available on Netflix with sixteen episodes. This drama series revolves around the vice-chairman, Lee Young-Joon played by Park Seo-Joon of a company, and his secretary Kim Mi-so, played by Park Min-young decides to resign from the post. The series revolves around these two as they try to heal each other from their traumatic past and in the process fall in love with each other.

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Touch Your Heart: This Korean drama is also based on a web novel that was published in 2016 and this drama version was released in 2019. This drama has sixteen episodes. The storyline revolves around a big star/actress Oh Jin-shim, whose stage name is Oh Yoon-Seo gets into a scandal that makes her jobless for two years.

She gets an opportunity to get a role in an upcoming Television series for which she has to get experience in a law firm and have to be a secretary of Kwon Jung-rok, a lawyer played by Lee Dong-Wook and they both fall in love in the process.

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