Here's all the Korean shows and movies coming to Netflix in March 2024

My Name is Loh Kiwan (L to R) Choi Sung-eun as Marie, Song Joong-ki as Loh Kiwan in My Name is Loh Kiwan Cr. Jung Jae-gu/Netflix © 2024
My Name is Loh Kiwan (L to R) Choi Sung-eun as Marie, Song Joong-ki as Loh Kiwan in My Name is Loh Kiwan Cr. Jung Jae-gu/Netflix © 2024 /

We're quickly approaching a new month, and Netflix has already released its full list of shows and movies coming to the streaming platform in March 2024. Besides new Spanish content, we're also looking forward to all the new Korean shows and movies slated to be released next month.

It's still early in the year, and we've already seen so much great Korean content. We're talking K-Dramas such as The Bequeathed, Captivating the King, A Killer Paradox and Doctor Slump. We also saw the release of the Korean action flick Badland Hunters back in January.

While there won't be that many Korean shows and movies released in March, the ones slated to be released soon are definitely worth checking out. Below, we shared a list of all the new Korean content that's scheduled to drop on Netflix next month.

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My Name is Loh Kiwan

Release date: March 1, 2024

If you're a fan of the well-known South Korean actor Song Joong-ki, you're going to want to see My Name is Loh Kiwan. Song Joong-ki stars as Loh Kiwan, a North Korean defector who relocates to Belgium to fulfill his mother's dying wish only to have a hard time obtaining refugee status. In a foreign country with nowhere to go, Kiwan tries his best to survive. It's not until a chance encounter with Marie, a former Belgian national shooting team member who is down on her luck, that Kiwan's life starts to turn around. Although they initially have a heated argument over Marie stealing Kiwan's wallet, they eventually begin to bond over shared experiences and emotions.

Choi Sung-eun plays the role of Marie, while Cho Han-cheul portrays Yoon Sung, Marie's concerned father.

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Physical: 100 season 2

Release date: March 19, 2024

The best Korean reality competition series on Netflix is back! Physical: 100 season 2 aka Physical: 100 Season 2 — Underground follows 100 new contestants of different ethnicities, ages, genders, and physiques as they compete in various challenges to prove their physical strength and to determine who has the “most ideal physique.” Of course, a grand prize of 300 million won is awarded to the winner. This season's contestants include Korean UFC fighter Kim Dong-hyun, judo gold medalist Lee Won-hee, and wrestling gold medalist Anthony Jung.

Check out this video below and meet all the new contestants in Physical: 100 season 2!

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Chicken Nugget

Release date: March 15, 2024

A show called Chicken Nugget is definitely work checking out. Imagine walking into a mysterious machine and being instantly turned into a chicken nugget. That's what happens to Min-ah in Netflix's Chicken Nugget, and her desperate father and admirer do everything they can to rescue and turn her back into a human. Kim You-jung, who is known for recently starring in the Netflix Korean drama My Demon, plays the role of Min-ah. The rest of the cast includes Ryu Seung-ryong as Choi Sun-man, Min-ah's father, Ahn Jae-hong as Ko Baek-joong, Min-ah's admirer, and Jung Ho-yeon as a top Korean culinary columnist.

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Queen of Tears

Release date: March 9, 2024

I think we might already have the Korean rom-com of the year with the upcoming Korean series Queen of Tears. Talented writer Park Ji-eun, who is known for writing for the popular K-Drama Crash Landing You, wrote the scripts, so I know it's going to be an entertaining show to watch. Also, It's Okay to Not Be Okay star Kim Soo-hyun and Descendants of the Sun actress Kim Ji-won star in the leading roles, so we can expect some top-notch acting.

When the daughter of the wealthiest family in Korea marries an entry-level employee, everything seems to be going well for the two love birds. That's until they're officially married and time passes by. The love they initially shared seems to have gone away, and now they're on the verge of divorce. Can the love they once had be rekindled? That's what the queen of department stores Hong Hae-in and the prince of supermarkets Baek Hyun-woo are trying to figure out.

Will you be watching any of these Korean shows or movies on Netflix in March?

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