Top 5 Shows On Viki In February
It feels like winter has lasted long, but finally we welcome the season of spring when flowers bloom! In February, we were blessed with diverse dramas and shows that kept us entertained. If you are debating on what to watch next, take a look at the most popular Korean shows on Viki this past month for some recommendations.
In no particular order.
“Kokdu: Season of Deity” is a fantasy romance which tells the story of a grim reaper named Kokdu (Kim Jung Hyun) who comes down to this world to punish humans every 99 years. When Kokdu meets Han Gye Jeol (Im Soo Hyang), a doctor with mysterious abilities, he starts working as a visiting doctor.
Start watching “Kokdu: Season of Deity” below:
“Strangers Again” is a romance drama about two divorce lawyers who get married after 10 years of dating, only to wind up getting divorced themselves. When they meet again as colleagues after their divorce, sparks fly at every turn. Kang Sora takes on the role of star divorce lawyer Oh Ha Ra, who is known as the “goddess of litigation,” while Jang Seung Jo plays her witty ex Goo Eun Beom, who is a talented lawyer himself.
Binge-watch “Strangers Again” below:
Starring Seo Ji Hye, Lee Sung Jae, Hong Soo Hyun, and Lee Sang Woo, “Red Balloon” is a thrilling yet passionate story about the sense of deprivation we all feel when comparing ourselves to others, the thirst of jealous ambition, and our struggles to quench that thirst. Seo Ji Hye stars as Jo Eun Kang, who dreams of becoming a teacher but instead works as a tutor after consistently failing her employment exams. Lee Sang Woo plays Han Ba Da’s (Hong Soo Hyun’s) husband Go Cha Won, who is a dermatologist.
Start watching “Red Balloon” on Viki:
“Our Blooming Youth” tells the love story of Lee Hwan, a crown prince suffering from a mysterious curse, and Min Jae Yi, a genius woman falsely accused of murdering her family. Park Hyung Sik stars as Lee Hwan, the prince who must clear Min Jae Yi’s name, while Jeon So Nee plays Min Jae Yi, the gifted woman who will remove Lee Hwan’s curse.
Start watching “Our Blooming Youth” below:
Mnet’s “Boys Planet,” the male version of the 2021 audition show that gave rise to Kep1er, features a group of male K-pop trainees—including a few established stars—vying for the right to join a brand-new group and competing for chart glory. A group of mentors, including singer-songwriter Lee Seok Hoon, EXID member and vocal coach Solji, and dance star Lip J, are on hand to provide crucial help.
Catch up with “Boys Planet” here:
Which of these shows did you love in February, and which ones are you planning on checking out? Let us know in the comments below!