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Good News for Binge-Watchers: K-Dramas with More Than 1 Season

  • 16 Mar

Korean dramas always end too soon, leaving fans wanting to see more twists and turn with their favorite characters.

Luckily, these dramas have more than 1 season and can take you deeper into their complex stories.

The Penthouse: War in Life

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This drama follows the lives of wealthy families who all want to be on top. The third season is currently airing every Friday at 10 P.M KST.


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'Voice' has already completed 3 seasons and the fourth has just premiered earlier this month. The show revolves around emergency call center employees who solve crimes with the help of sounds they hear while answering victims' calls.

Hello, My Twenties!

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Also known as 'Age of Youth,' this show documents the lives of 5 girls who share an apartment and the struggles they face in their 20s. The show had 2 seasons, airing in 2016 and 2017 respectively.


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The 'Reply' series is loved for its unique concept and light-hearted feel. Each of the 3 seasons follows a group of people whose lives are explained by changing between the present year and one from the past. The 3 seasons are called 'Reply 1997,' 'Reply 1994,' and 'Reply 1988.'


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This highly-rated series is Netflix's first original Korean drama. Set in Korea's Joseon period, the show combines a historical setting with a zombie apocalypse. The show's 2 seasons aired in 2019 and 2020. There's also a special prequel episode 'Kingdom: Ashin of the North' released in July 2021.

Partners for Justice

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'Partners for Justice' follows an experienced forensic doctor and a rookie prosecutor who work together to solve crimes. The show has 2 seasons, airing in 2018 and 2019, with each season having 32 episodes. The show has also won multiple awards during both years it aired on television. 

Dr. Romantic

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Also known as 'Romantic Doctor, Teacher Kim,' is a medical drama with 2 seasons. The first season aired from 2016 to 2017 and follows the life of doctor Kim Sabu, who is an incredibly talented surgeon with a troubled past. Season 2, which aired in 2020, continued the story as Dr. Kim recruits two new doctors to be a part of his team.

Arthdal Chronicles

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This drama takes place in a mystical and ancient land named Arth. Citizens of the city Arthdal must fight for power and take care of their tribes while encountering hardships along the way. The first season of the show aired in 2019 and was renewed for a second season in 2020, although the filming has been postponed due to COVID-19.

Welcome to Waikiki

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This funny show follows the antics of the owners and residents of a guesthouse in the Itaewon district of Seoul. The characters learn to accept each others' unique personalities, and some even find love along the way. The first season of the series aired in 2018 and the second season ran the following year.

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