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Top 10 Best Hindi Dubbed Korean Drama On Netflix

Top 10 Best Hindi Dubbed Korean Drama On Netflix

Top 10 Best Hindi Dubbed Korean drama: Netflix never fails to entertain us and has given us some incredible Korean dramas that we adore. Here is a list of Hindi Dubbed Korean Dramas available on Netflix that you can stream anytime- I guarantee these won’t let you down! Personally, watching these dramas in their original language with English subtitles gives the best experience; however, if you prefer watching them in Hindi then feel free – here is the list of Hindi-dubbed Korean dramas on Netflix!

1. Goblin The Lonely And Great God

Kim Shin (Gong Yoo), a decorated military general from the Goryeo Dynasty, is falsely accused and executed by the young king. Years after his passing, God curses him to remain immortal forever – suffering the pain of seeing his loved ones suffer as punishment for protecting his country. He transforms into an immortal goblin with powerful magical abilities who helps people while remaining kind despite his grieving past. Ultimately, only with help from the Goblin’s bride can he put an end to this eternal suffering.

Cast: Gong Yoo, Kim Go-eun, Kim Min-jae, Lee Dong-wook, Kim So-hyun, Yoo In-na, Kim Hyun-bin, Yook Sung-jae, Lee El, Kim Sung-kyum, Kim Byung-chul, Hwang Seok-jeong

Country South Korea
Type Fantasy, Romance, Drama, Comedy
Starring Gong Yoo, Yoo In-na, Kim Go-eun
Directed by Lee Eung-bok
Cinematography  Park Sung-yong
Total Episodes 18
Release date January 21, 2017
Running time 60-90 minutes
Language Korean
IMDb Ratings 8.6 / 10 

2. All of Us Are Dead

After a botched science experiment, a local high school is overrun with zombies and the trapped students must fight to stay alive. With no food or water and communication cut off by the government, they must use equipment around the school as protection from becoming part of the infected. Without these essentials, many will succumb to becoming part of this battleground.

Cast: Park Ji-hu, Yoon Chan-young, Cho Yi-hyun, Kim Byung-chul, Lee Yoo-mi, Yoo In-soo, Lee Kyu-hyung, Ham Sung-min, Kim Bo-yoon, Um Hyo-sup, Lee Sang-hee

Country South Korea
Type Coming-of-age, Horror, apocalypse
Starring Park Ji-hu, Cho Yi-hyun, Lomon
Directed by Lee Jae-kyoo, Kim Nam-su
Cinematography  Park Se-seung
Total Episodes 12
Release date January 28, 2022
Running time 50-70 minutes
Language Korean
IMDb Ratings 7.5 / 10

3. I’m not a robot

Kim Min-kyu (Yoo Seung-ho) lives a luxurious but isolated life due to an extreme allergy to physical contact with other humans. When exposed, he develops life-threatening rashes that quickly spread over his body. Jo Ji-ah (Chae Soo-bin) attempts to create businesses using her inventions, such as two networked heart-shaped lamps.

Cast: Yoo Seung-ho, Chae Soo-bin, Um Ki-joon, Go Geon-han, Park Se-wan, Kang Ki-young, Hwang Seung-eon, Son Byong-ho, Seo Dong-won, Lee Han-seo

Country South Korea
Type Romantic comedy, drama
Starring Yoo Seung-ho, Chae Soo-bin
Directed by Jung Dae-yoon
Also known as I Am Not a Robot
Total Episodes 16
Release date January 25, 2018
Running time 70 minutes
Language Korean
IMDb Ratings 8 / 10 

4. The Penthouse: War in Life

The Penthouse: War in Life (Korean: penteuhauseu) is a South Korean television series starring Lee Ji-ah, Kim So-yeon, Eugene, Um Ki-joon, Yoon Jong-hoon and Park Eun-seok. Directed by Joo Dong-min and written by Kim Soon-ok, the series tells the tale of real estate and education war between women who sought to become number one. It portrays solidarity between women who turned towards evilness to protect themselves and their children from harm. Premiering on SBS TV October 26, 2020

Cast: Shim Su-ryeon, Cheon Seo-jin, Oh Yoon-hee, Joo Dan-tae, Ha Yoon-cheol, Lee Kyu-jin, Go Sang-ah, Joo Seok-hoon, Bae Ro-na, Lee Min-hyeok, Secretary Jo, Gu Ho-dong

Country South Korea
Type Suspense, Crime, Revenge, Thriller
Starring Lee Ji-ah, Kim So-yeon, Eugene
Directed by Joo Dong-min, Park Bo-ram
Also known as Penthouse, The Penthouse
Total Episodes 48
Release date September 10, 2021
Running time 70-90 minutes
Language Korean
IMDb Ratings 8 / 10 

5. Crash Landing On You

Yoon Se-ri (Son Ye-jin) is a South Korean entrepreneur and chaebol heiress. One day, while paragliding in Seoul, a tornado blows her off course and she crashes into North Korean territory along the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ). Ri Jeong-hyeok (Hyun Bin), of North Korean elite descent and captain in the Korean People’s Army, comes across Se-ri while patrolling and saves her; hiding her from other North Koreans including Cho Cheol-gang (Oh Man-seok), who wishes to expose him. As they spend time together, their love blossoms between them both.

Cast: Son Ye-jin, Hyun Bin, Seo Ji-hye, Park Seo-yeon, Kim Jung-hyun, Yang Kyung-won, Tang Jun-sang, Yoo Su-bin, Lee Shin-young, Bang Eun-jin, Choi Dae-hoon, Park Hyung-soo, Hwang Woo-seul-hye

Country South Korea
Type Romantic drama, Romantic comedy
Starring Hyun Bin, Son Ye-jin, Jung-hyun
Directed by Lee Jung-hyo
Created by Studio Dragon
Total Episodes   16
Release date February 16, 2020
Running time 70-110 minutes
Language Korean
IMDb Ratings 8.7 / 10 

6. Doctor Romantic

Dr. Romantic (Korean: nangmandagteo gimsabu) is a South Korean television series starring Han Suk-kyu as the title character, alongside Yoo Yeon-seok, Seo Hyun-jin in the first season, Ahn Hyo-seop and Lee Sung-kyung for seasons two and three respectively. The first season aired on SBS TV from November 7, 2016, to January 16, 2017, Mondays and Tuesdays at 22:00 (KST); followed by two seasons running from January 6 until February 25, 2020 at 21:40 (KST); with plans to premiere the third one in April 2023.

Cast: Kim Sa-bu, Kang Dong-joo, Yoon Seo-jung, Seo Woo-jin, Park Min-gook, Yeo Woon-young, Oh Myung-sim, Park Eun-tak, Song Hyun-cheol, Chairman Shin’s assistant, Bae Moon-jeong

Country South Korea
Type Medical, Melodrama, Romance
Starring Han Suk-kyu, Seo Hyun-jin
Directed by Yoo In-shik, Lee Gil-bok
Also known as Romantic Doctor Kim
Total Episodes 36
Release date   February 25, 2020
Running time 60-70 minutes
Language Korean
IMDb Ratings 8.3 / 10 

7. My Name

my name

My Name (Korean: mai neim; RR: Mai Neim) is a South Korean streaming television series directed by Kim Jin-min and starring Han So-hee, Park Hee-soon, and Ahn Bo-hyun. The plot revolves around a woman who joins a gang to seek revenge for her father’s death and then becomes their mole inside the police force. Three episodes out of eight were screened at 26th Busan International Film Festival’s ‘On Screen‘ section on October 7, 2021 before being released on Netflix October 15, 2021.

Cast: Han So-hee, Ahn Bo-hyun, Park Hee-soon, Chang Ryul, Lee Hak-joo, Kim Sang-ho, Yoon Kyung-ho

Country South Korea
Type Action, Crime, Noir, Thriller
Starring Han So-hee, Park Hee-soon
Directed by Kim Jin-min
Also known as Undercover, Nemesis
Total Episodes 8
Release date   October 15, 2021
Running time 50 minutes
Language Korean
IMDb Ratings 8.7 / 10 

8. Rookie Historian Goo Hae Ryung

The scenario interweaves two storylines. One takes place in modern-day Joseon, while the other occurred twenty years earlier (white horse year, 1810). The first one is treated lightly in keeping with Sungkyunkwan Scandal tradition – with caricatures, jokes, gimmicks and student fights; while the second one is only depicted through brief flash-backs and speaks about injustice among rank and file people and brutal suppression of any who dares to speak up.

Cast: Shin Se-kyung, Cha Eun-woo, Park Ki-woong, Gong Jung-hwan, Yang Jo-a, Lee Kwan-hoon, Kim Min-sang, Kim Yeo-jin, Choi Deok-moon, Lee Ji-hoon

Country South Korea
Type Historical, Romance, Drama, Comedy
Starring Shin Se-kyung, Cha Eun-woo
Directed by Kang Il-soo, Han Hyun-hee
Created by Sohn Hyung-suk
Total Episodes 20
Release date September 26, 2019
Running time 35 minutes
Language Korean
IMDb Ratings 8.1 / 10

9. Cheese In The Trap

Cheese In The Trap 

Cheese in the Trap (Korean: cijeuindeoteuraeb) is a South Korean television series adapted from a webtoon staring Park Hae-jin, Kim Go-eun, Seo Kang-joon and Lee Sung-kyung that aired on cable network tvN from 4 January – 1 March 2016. Based on Naver Webtoon’s serial of the same name which ran between 2010 to 2016, this adaptation featured an original ending since it hadn’t been completed when filming began.

Cast: Park Hae-jin, Kim Go-eun, Seo Kang-joon, Lee Sung-kyung, Yoon Bok-in, Ahn Gil-kang, Kim Hee-chan, Ji Yoon-ho, Nam Joo-hyuk, Moon Ji-yoon, Cha Joo-young, Oh Hee-joon, Hwang Seok-jeong

Country South Korea
Type Romance, Drama
Starring Park Hae-jin, Kim Go-eun
Directed by Lee Yoon-jung
Based on Cheese in the Trap by Soonkki
Total Episodes 16
Release date 1 March 2016
Producers Kim Keo-hong, Jung Se-ryung
Language Korean
IMDb Ratings 7.3 / 10 

10. Oh My Ghost

Bong Sun, a shy young woman, is tormented by the ghost of a seductive virgin. With no self-esteem and few close friends, she lacks close connections at work; at the restaurant where she works as an assistant, Bong gets bullied constantly. Her grandmother was a shaman so from childhood Bong had an affinity for ghosts; it wasn’t until she met this aroused spirit that she fully became possessed.

Cast: Park Bo-young, Jo Jung-suk, Kim Seul-gi, Lim Ju-hwan, Kang Ki-young, Shin Hye-sun, Choi Min-chul, Kwak Si-yang, Shin Eun-kyung, Lee Dae-yeon, Kim Sung-bum, Lee Jung-eun

Country South Korea
Type Romance, Comedy, Drama, Thriller
Starring Park Bo-young, Jo Jung-suk
Directed by Yoo Je-won
Also known as Oh My Ghostess
Total Episodes 16
Release date August 22, 2015
Producers Jo Moon-joo, Lee So-yoon
Language Korean
IMDb Ratings 8 / 10 

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