It looks like K-drama fans are going to have a merry Christmas as Netflix adds seven new titles to their growing library this coming December. From record-breaking shows like Goblin to another Netflix original, Crash Landing on You, check out all the K-dramas to add your watch list next month.
1. The Wind Blows (December 7)
After finding out he's suffering from Alzheimer's disease, a man divorces his wife, not wanting to be a burden to her. But what happens when the two reunite six years later, and she finally finds out the truth behind their separation?
Starring: Kam Woo-sung, Kim He-neul
2. Beautiful World (December 7)
When a third grade school boy is gravely injured after being violently attacked by a classmate, his parents are moved to stop at nothing to seek justice in his name.
Starring: Park Hee-soon, Choo Ja-hyun, Oh Man-seok, Nam Da-reum
3. Moment of Eighteen (December 7)
In this coming-of-age series, an 18-year-old is forced to transfer schools after being sanctioned for a violation he did not commit. His plans to live a quiet, recluse life in his new school, however, is ruined when he's blamed for yet another crime.
Starring: Ong Seong-wu, Kim Hyang-gi, Shin Seung-ho
4. The Light in Your Eyes (December 7)
When an ambitious 26-year-old finds out she can manipulate time, she accidentally turns into a 70-year-old woman who gets involved with a former aspiring reporter now living a hopeless, lethargic life.
Starring: Nam Joo-Hyuk, Han Ji-min, Kim Hye-ja, Son Ho-jun
5. Legal High (December 7)
A cut-throat lawyer and a do-gooder rookie team up despite their personal differences to win court cases for their clients.
Starring: Jin Goo, Seo Eun-soo, Yoon Park
6. Goblin (December 10)
An intelligent fantasy drama for the hopeless romantic, the series follows the story of a 939-year-old Goblin, also known as the Protector of Souls, as he ends up falling for the girl destined to end his cursed immortal life.
Starring: Kim Go-eun, Gong Yoo, Lee Dong-wook
7. Crash Landing on You (December 14)
Faced with a modern Romeo and Juliet dilemma, a wealthy South Korean heiress and a high-ranking North Korean military officer attempt to reconcile their two warring worlds when they start to fall in love.
Starring: Hyun Bin, Son Ye-Jin, Kum Jung Hyun
This story originally appeared on Preview.ph.
* Minor edits have been made by the Candymag.com editors.