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Unlocked 2023 (Crima, Drama, Mister, Thriller) ... 'LINK'

February is shaping up to be another good month for new k-dramas on Netflix. The new month will see the arrival of an exciting new thriller, a long-anticipated romantic comedy series, and the return of more weekly dramas. Here are the new k-dramas on Netflix in February 2023.

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It's time to meet You, your next guilty pleasure binge watch. A thrilling drama, You is the talk of social media these days thanks to how much the show plays with our own addictions to Instagram and other apps. It focuses on a bookstore manager named Joe, who falls in love with/stalks the heck out of Beck (Elizabeth Lail), a grad student. One of the best shows on Netflix, and one with a strong following, You season 4 is currently on break, as Part 1 arrived on February 10, 2023, and You season 4 part 2 arrives on March 10, 2023.

Netflix Takes K-Content to New Heights with 2023 SlateThe global fandom for K-content is continuing to grow, with over 60 percent of all Netflix members watching Korean titles last year. Looking ahead at 2023, Netflix is debuting a diverse array of Korean TV series, films and unscripted shows. Today, we're showcasing 34 upcoming titles, including eye-popping original productions alongside returning fan favorites, in our biggest-ever lineup of Korean films and series.New series and returning favoritesSurvival has become a recurring theme across some of the top series, whether it's battling monsters during the dark days of 1945 in Gyeongseong Creature, struggling to breathe in the dystopian future of sci-fi series Black Knight, or fighting to protect Joseon during Japanese colonial rule in action drama Song of the Bandits.Fans are set to rejoice with the return of highly anticipated series Sweet Home, D.P., and The Glory this year. Part 2 of revenge drama The Glory will be released in March, with Part 1 being the most-watched non-English TV show during the week of January 2 with 82.48 million viewing hours. Sweet Home, which set new benchmarks for the creature genre in Korea, will return with an expanded world and story while D.P. brings back the cast from the first season to continue chasing after deserters."The global popularity of K-content has continued apace over 2022, with Netflix bringing a wider variety of stories and genres to fans around the world. Over the last year, Korean series and films have regularly featured in our Global Top 10 list in more than 90 countries, and three of Netflix's most-watched shows ever are from Korea. This year, we're pushing the envelope even further with the stories we tell and how we tell them. With this lineup of Korean titles, Netflix will continue to be the ultimate destination for compelling, diverse and must-watch Korean storytelling," said Don Kang, VP of Content (Korea).Other new series this year run the gamut of romance (A Time Called You, Behind Your Touch (WT), Crash Course in Romance, Destined With You, Doona!, King the Land, Love to Hate You, See You In My 19th Life), social commentary and intrigue (Bloodhounds, Celebrity, Mask Girl), drama (Daily Dose of Sunshine, Queenmaker, The Good Bad Mother),and apocalyptic (Goodbye Earth).More films, more unscripted shows, more choiceThe past year has seen Korean movies and unscripted shows becoming increasingly popular with global audiences. Action thriller Carter was one of the top 10 most-watched non-English films last year, while dating reality show Singles Inferno is currently sitting in the Global Non-English Top 10.This year, Netflix is expanding its film offering with six Korean movies, kicking off with sci-fi thriller JUNG-E on January 20, followed by Kill Boksoon which depicts a professional killer with conflicting maternal instincts, and Believer 2, a sequel to a crime action thriller revolving around drug gangs. Other films explore the topics of revenge (Ballerina), teacher-student rivalry (The Match), and hacking (Unlocked).Meanwhile those who love living vicariously will be spoilt for choice with a dazzling lineup of reality shows, spanning endurance (Physical:100, Siren: Survive the Island), zombie survival (Zombieverse) coming of age (Nineteen to Twenty), and mind games (The Devil's Plan).There are also two new documentaries coming out. Yellow Door: Looking for Director Bong's Unreleased Short Film (working title) traces the quest for Oscar-winning director Bong Joon-Ho's debut film while true-crime documentary In the Name of God: A Holy Betrayal explores the self-proclaimed 'messiahs' in modern Korean history."We are very excited over the variety of the titles that we're sharing with our members," said Kang. "There's truly a series, a film or an unscripted show for everyone, and we look forward to our Korean shows connecting to fans both overseas and at home."2023 Netflix Korean SlateSERIESLove to Hate YouDirected by: Kim Jeong-kwonWritten by: Choi Soo-youngProduced by: Binge WorksStarring: Kim Ok-vin, Yoo Teo, Kim Ji-hun, Go Won-heeRelease Date: February 10, 2023Logline: Love to Hate You is a romantic comedy about a woman who really hates losing to men anda man who harbors a deep mistrust of women, experiencing a warlike love and finding themselveshealed through the experience. Kim Ok-vin plays Yeo Mi-ran, a rookie lawyer at the entertainmentlaw firm Gilmu who detests losing to men while Yoo Teo plays the character Nam Kang-ho, a KoreanA-list actor who deeply mistrusts women. From the hostile first encounter of the two maincharacters, shaped by a misunderstanding and suspicion due to biases, to the journey of these twocharacters who do not believe in love coming to understand each other, audiences will findthemselves immersed in their story. Anticipation runs high for the electrifying chemistry and fun,exciting romance thatLove to Hate You promises to bring.The Glory Part 2Directed by: An Gil-hoWritten by: Kim Eun-sookProduced by: Hwa&Dam Pictures, Studio DragonStarring: Song Hye-kyo, Lee Do-hyun, Lim Ji-yeon, Yeom Hye-ran, Park Sung-hoon, Jung Sung-ilRelease Date: March 2023Logline: The Glory is a Netflix series that tells the story of a woman broken by school violence, andwho has dedicated her life to a meticulous web of vengeance and those who are entangled in herplot. The series was announced to much fanfare as the project brought together writer KimEun-sook of countless hits, director An Gil-ho, a master of genre series, and a star-studded cast ledby Song Hye-kyo. Part 1 was highly praised for its dramatic developments and passionateperformances by the cast, even ranking first in the Global Top 10 (Non-English) TV charts in theweek of January 2, ramping up anticipation for Part 2. The Glory Part 2 is a beautiful, unrelentingportrayal of the destruction of the perpetrators of school violence led by Yeon-jin as they fall, one byone, into the trap designed by Dong-eun. The powerful message that elicits righteous fury,empathy, and solidarity, will leave audiences around the world with lasting emotional resonance.BloodhoundsDirected by: Kim Joo-hwanWritten by: Kim Joo-hwanProduced by: STUDIO NCo-produced by: Seed Film, Seven O SixBased on: WEBTOON original series 'Bloodhounds' Created by Jeong ChanStarring: Woo Do-hwan, Lee Sang-yi, Park Sung-woong, Heo Jun-hoRelease: Q2Logline: Bloodhounds is a story about two young people who step into the world of loan sharks inpursuit of money and get caught up in a web of much darker forces. After his perfect performancein a dual role inThe King: Eternal Monarch, Woo Do-hwan returns as Geon-woo, who jumps into theworld of loan sharks to pay off his debt. Having intrigued viewers with his multi-faceted charm inHometown Cha-Cha-Cha, Lee Sang-yi plays Woo-jin, who first meets Geon-woo as his opponentin boxing but ends up working with him. Meanwhile, actor Park Sung-woong plays vicious loanshark Myung-gil, who is driven solely by money in everything that he does while Heo Jun-ho playsMr. Choi, who was once considered a legend among loan sharks, but now helps out the sick bylending money with no interest, bringing gravitas with their on-screen presence. Based on a Naverwebtoon of the same title, the series is directed and written by director Kim Joo-hwan ofMidnightRunners, promising to showcase refreshing chemistry among the cast and uninhibited action.CelebrityDirected by: Kim Cheol-kyuWritten by: Kim Yi-youngProduced by: Studio DragonCo-produced by: KIMJONGHAK PRODUCTION Co., Ltd., HOW PICTURESStarring: Park Gyu-young, Kang Min-hyuk, Lee Dong-gun, Jun Hyo-seongRelease: Q2Logline: Celebrity is a Netflix series that depicts the true reality of the glamorous and competitivelife of celebrities encountered by Seo A-ri, who jumps into their world where fame will bring riches.The series is directed by Kim Cheol-kyu, who was nominated at the official competition of the firstCannes International Series Festival for Mother. Rising star Park Gyu-young from the Netflix seriesSweet Home as well as The Devil Judge and Dali and the Cocky Prince plays Seo A-ri, whobecomes a celebrity overnight with her bold moves that set her apart from all the other influencers.Kang Min-hyuk plays Han Jun-kyoung, the CEO of Korea's leading cosmetic brand while LeeChung-ah plays Yoon Si-hyeon, who has everything from elegance, class, and a reputablebackground. Through the story of A-ri, who threw herself into the life of a celebrity where thenumber of follo