Last Chance: Catch These K-Dramas Before They Leave Netflix On September 30

Last Chance: Catch These K-Dramas Before They Leave Netflix On September 30

Watch them while you can.

From the Replay series, Chicago Typewriter, and more, binge-watch these K-Dramas soon as they are leaving Netflix at the end of September.

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If there is one thing people absolutely love about Netflix is that it has an abundance of Korean TV shows and movies. Just scroll through the streaming service and you’ll find dozens, if not hundreds of K-Dramas and K-Movies. Especially during the pandemic and resulting quarantine, Netflix has been a go-to place for people to find their next K-Drama obsession. On occasion, Netflix has its own original K-Dramas for our enjoyment, with some in the pipeline, too.

But sadly, just like any other title on the streaming platform, not every piece of Korean content on Netflix stays on the site forever. As some of the shows and movies are under licensing agreements, there’s a set date for them to leave the streaming service and that holds true for the month of September. Quite a few K-Dramas are leaving Netflix Philippines on September 30. So here’s your last chance to catch these titles on Netflix if you haven’t already or watch them again. Here are the K-Dramas leaving Netflix on September 30 and a short synopsis.

REPLY 1997

As a teen, Shi Won was obsessed with a boy band. Now 33 years old, Shi Won and her friends are reviving their memories as their school reunion nears.

REPLY 1994

All hailing from various parts of Korea, a group of college students go from being complete strangers to a big happy family at a Seoul boarding school.

REPLY 1988

Take a nostalgic trip back to the late 1980s through the lives of five families and their five teenage kids living in a small neighborhood in Seoul.


Three people living during the Japanese occupation of Korea in the 1930s and part of the Korean independence fighters are reincarnated in the present day as a veterinarian and two writers.


In this adaptation of a popular webtoon, a poor student trying to navigate college life and a part-time job gains the attention of a wealthy insecure upperclassman who has a tendency to manipulate others.


Successful novelist and radio DJ Jae-Yeol and psychiatrist Hae-soo are constantly at odds, but that changes when they start living in the same house.


Possessed by a ghost of a lusting virgin, a timid assistant chef becomes confidentiality libidinous, drawing the attention of a haughty culinary star.


With the help of her neighbors, a divorced woman residing in a one-person household apartment complex learns to balance living alone and eating well.


Two classmates from elementary school reunite as next-door neighbors and discover their relationship was—and still is—defined by food.


Based on a popular Japanese manga, this K-Drama follows a talented student and singer who falls in love at first sight with a music prodigy who has an affinity for lies—and a knack for being a hit-making producer. The series served as the acting debut of Red Velvet’s Joy.


While chasing a serial murderer, a detective ends up 30 years in the future, where he tries to solve the case alongside new partners.

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