6 Award-Winning K-Dramas On Netflix

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Juvenile Justice (2022) 

If you're captivated by courtroom dramas that probe the depths of human nature and challenge societal norms, It's a series that will leave you questioning your own preconceptions and inspire you to consider the complexities of the justice system.

Squid Game (2021)

"Squid Game" is a South Korean survival drama that follows individuals facing financial struggles who participate in a mysterious and deadly competition to win a substantial cash prize.

Beyond Evil (2021)

It revolves around a detective and his new partner as they investigate a series of mysterious murders in a small town. The series explores the complexities of human nature, trust, and the fine line between good and evil.

Move To Heaven (2021)

It is a South Korean drama that centers around a young man with Asperger's syndrome and his uncle who run a trauma cleaning service. As they organize the belongings of the deceased, they uncover untold stories and provide closure to the grieving families.

The Glory (2022)

Haunted by her past, a former victim of bullying takes a teaching position to exact revenge on her tormentor's son. She will carefully plan her revenge, making sure to inflict the same pain she endured on her tormentor's offspring.

Warm And Cozy (2015)

It follows the story of a woman who moves to a small island and opens a restaurant. The series explores love, community dynamics, and the challenges of starting anew in a picturesque but sometimes quirky setting.

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