New K-Dramas New Season on Netflix
At first, we were worried that it was going to be a quiet summer for K-dramas on Netflix. And we couldn’t be more wrong happy! August 2022 is yet another busy month for new and returning K-dramas on Netflix. With an all-new action thriller, an incredible-looking crime drama, and an adaptation of a beloved American novel, you won’t want to miss the New K-dramas on Netflix in August 2022.
With the arrival of July, the summer season for K-dramas will be in full swing on Netflix. Your running preview for all k-dramas coming to Netflix in July 2022.
New Korean Movies on Netflix in August 2022
Carter (2022) Netflix Original
Director: Jung Byung Gil
Genre: Action, Thriller | Runtime: 133 Minutes
Cast: Joo Won, Lee Sung Jae, Kim Bo Min
Netflix Release Date: August 5th, 2022
Taking your adrenaline levels to the max is the action-packed thriller Carter. Almost a cross between The Bourne Identity and The Transporter, Carter is expected to be one of the most visually stunning action movies of the year.
Agent Carter wakes up one day in a motel room with no memory of his identity and follows orders to join an explosives mission.
New K-Dramas on Netflix in August 2022
A Model Family (Season 1) Netflix Original
Seasons: 1 | Episode: 10
Genre: Crime, Thriller | Runtime: TBA
Cast: Jung Woo, Park Hee Soon, Yoon Jin Seo, Park Ji Yeon, Kim Sung Oh
Netflix Release Date: August 12th, 2022
We are always excited to see what new K-dramas Netflix has in store for us, and we hope ‘A Model Family’ will be especially popular with subscribers.
Divorce and bankruptcy hang over the heads of an ordinary family, who are on the verge of collapsing their fortunes and finances. But when one of them stumbles upon a car loaded with money, the family crosses paths with a powerful drug cartel. The family must come together to survive the dangers brought by the drug gang.
New Weekly K-Dramas on Netflix in August 2022
Little Women (Season 1) Netflix Original
Seasons: 1 | Episode: 12
Genre: Drama | Runtime: 60 Minutes
Cast: Kim Go Eun, Nam Ji Hyun, Park Ji Hoo, Wi Ha Joon, Uhm Ji Won
Netflix Release Date: August 27th, 2022 | New Episodes: Saturday, Sunday
The Korean adaptation of ‘Little Women’ will be set in modern 1800s Korea. There have been many adaptations of Louisa May Alcott’s beloved novel, however, this is the first time the play has been adapted by a Korean production.
A close bond with three sisters who grew up in poverty. This is the exciting story of sisters as they get involved in a big incident and face off against the richest family in the country.
Returning Weekly K-Dramas on Netflix in July 2022
Alchemy of Souls (Season 1) Netflix Original
Seasons: 1 | Episode: 16
Genre: Action, Fantasy, Romance | Runtime: 60 Minutes
Cast: Lee Jae Wook, Jung So Min, Hwang Min Hyun, Shin Seung Ho, Yoo Joo Sang
Netflix Finale Date: August 21st, 2022 | New Episodes: Saturday, Sunday
‘Alchemy of Souls’ is performing well around the world, in particular, the K-drama ranked in the top ten in Asian or Middle-Eastern countries. Although the series didn’t make the top ten list for the likes of the US and the UK, the series is still very popular for a brand new weekly K-drama, and with so many weeks and episodes left, we can’t wait to see how popular it can be.
Jang Wook of the noble Jang family in the country of Daeho harbors an unpleasant secret about his birth, which is discussed by everyone in the country. A known troublemaker, Jang Wook meets Moo Deok, an elite warrior trapped in a physically weak body but becomes his servant and secretly begins teaching Jang Wook how to fight.
Café Minamdang (Season 1) Netflix Original
Seasons: 1 | Episode: 18
Genre: Drama, Mystery | Runtime: 60 Minutes
Cast: Seo In Guk, Oh Yeon Seo, Kwak Shi Yang, Kang Mi Na, Kwon Soo Hyun
Netflix Finale Date: August 23rd, 2022 | New Episodes: Monday, Tuesday
Cafe Minamdang is performing very well in the South Korean ratings, attracting the attention of thousands of viewers. The series has yet to make a significant impact on Netflix.com, but there’s still plenty of time.
Twenty-seven-year-old lawyer Woo Yong Woo graduated at the top of his class from the prestigious Seoul National University for College and Law School. Boasting an impressive memory, a wonderfully creative thought process, and a 164 IQ score. However, due to his Aspergers syndrome, he still finds himself struggling in everyday interactions.
Extraordinary Attorney Woo (Season 1) Netflix Original
Seasons: 1 | Episode: 16
Genre: Drama, Law | Runtime: 60 Minutes
Cast: Park Eun Bin, Kang Tae Oh, Kang Ki Young, Jeon Bae Soo, Baek Ji Won
Netflix Finale Date: August 18th, 2022 | New Episodes: Wednesday, Thursday
Extraordinary Attorney Woo has had a meteoric rise in South Korea. From less than 1% national rating for episode 1 to 9.569% in episode 6, it’s safe to say that the web series is highly popular and will continue to do so in the coming weeks.
27-year-old lawyer Woo Yong Woo graduated at the top of his class from the prestigious Seoul National University for Law School & College. Boasting an impressive memory, a wonderfully creative thought process, and a 164 IQ score. However, due to his Aspergers syndrome, he still finds himself struggling in everyday interactions.