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Three non-romance K-dramas that you need to watch right now!

Three non-romance K-dramas that you need to watch right now!

Looking for a non-romance K-drama recommendation to watch? You’ve read the right article! It’s a lot of fun to watch K-dramas. It just has it all: thrills, horror, revenge, and laughter! And you won’t actually feel bored watching them because it gives us different kinds of plots and stories. From the well-known television series, Squid Game, Mr. Queen, Crash Landing on You, Goblin, and so much more! You will never run out to watch.

With that said, here are three non-romance K-dramas that you need to watch right now!


This legal K-drama is starred by famous veteran actors Kim Hye-soo, Kim Moo-Yul, Lee Sung-Min, and Lee Jung-Eun. Shim Eun-seok (Kim Hye-Soo), a newly appointed judge of a juvenile court in the Yeonhwa District, known for her chilly and distant disposition and a reputation for disliking children.

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Eun-seok disregards the rules and imposes her own punishments on the perpetrators. For her, everyone is equal under the law, including minors. She believes that juvenile offenders should know early on that their actions have consequences.

Watch Juvenile Justice on Netflix here.


This supernatural K-drama takes place in South Korea from 2022 to 2027. A supernatural figure known as an angel unexpectedly appears to give decrees, which send certain people to Hell at a specific future period, which could be seconds from now or years from now.

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Moreover, three massive supernatural creatures arrive simultaneously to maul and incinerate the person’s body in a dramatic display of force called a demonstration. The New Truth Society, a cult, and the Arrowhead group, a gang, collaborate in using the public’s fear to their advantage.

Watch Hellbound on Netflix here.


A feel-good K-drama packed with humor, action, and drama! This drama follows the story of a NIS turned priest Kim Hae-il (Kim Nam Gil), who decided to take matters into his hand after the death of an elderly priest he respects the most.

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While investigating, he encounters a corrupt prosecutor Park Kyung-sun (Lee Hanee) during the course of his inquiry. She aids the Gudam authorities, such as the head borough and police chief, in covering up the crimes they have committed. 

Even though she often argues with Hae-il frequently, yet she still appreciates his good looks. Eventually, both made the decision to team up and take down the criminals and corrupt city leaders.

Watch The Fiery Priest on Netflix here.

How about you? What are your non-romance K-drama recommendations? Let us know in the comments section below.

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