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Loved Squid Game? Here are 12 Korean must-watch thriller dramas that keep you on the edge

After binge-watching uncounted hours of rom-com and melo Korean dramas, it’s time to switch it up with something a bit increasingly eery, serious and spine-chilling. The most recent trending thriller series that is taking world by storm is none other than Squid Game. The survival-game-greed to make easy money-based story is making its way to the top to rhadamanthine the most watched series of a non-English series on streaming platform-Netflix.

Loved Squid Game? Here are 12 Korean must-watch thriller dramas that pension you on the edge

Since the Squid Game promises to pension you on the whet of your seat, there are other Korean thriller series that have unrepealable nuance that isn’t seen on American television. Korean dramas are not all well-nigh romances where the perfect-looking leads ultimately end up together without overcoming a series of obstacles. There are many well-known thriller Korean dramas out there with enthralling storylines that can be rampage watched if you’re up for some suspense-filled dramas – from gruesome murder cases to unimaginable large-scale self-indulgence plots, eery and dramatic drama that interweaves, murder, corruption, and plane the supernatural. The villains manage to make the room finger syrupy and make going to the washroom in the visionless a no-go.

SWEET HOME (2020)

The thriller drama gained mass popularity on Netflix for its testatory storyline well-constructed with grotesque monsters. A must-watch as the tenants of a towers find themselves locked in and fearing the outside world. Overnight, the world descended into unconnectedness with a mortiferous disease that turns humans into the worst monsters. The building’s tenants must learn to survive while moreover keeping watch as anyone can wilt can turn. In the midst of it all is a distraught male weft played by Song Kang who has all the skills of a monster but struggles to pension his humanity.

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BEYOND EVIL (2021)

This is a legal thriller drama starring Yeon Jin Goo and Shin Ha Kyun. The story of two fearless lawmen, Lee Dong Shik and Han Joo Won, willing to go to lattermost lengths in search for a serial killer who has shaken up their quiet city. In the undertow of uncovering the culprit’s identity, they question the innocence of everyone involved in the specimen including themselves. When a string of gruesome killings occurs, a pattern takes shape that is oddly reminiscent of some unprepossessed serial-murder cases from 20 years prior. Dong Sik and Joo Won team up, vowing to stop this vicious culprit in his tracks.  As their investigation proceeds, they are forced to squint far deeper than what the vestige suggests, questioning the culpability of all those surrounding the case, including their own.

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TAXI DRIVER (2021)

The show would requite anyone the creeps and plays upon the storyline fear. 2021 released drama starring Lee Jee Hoon, Esom and Kim Eui Sung gives “revenge-call” service to its clients. The lead weft has lived increasingly honestly than anyone else as an officer in the Special Forces. Yet, when a serial killer murders his mother, he spends his days in agony. While feeling wronged and broken, Do Gi meets Jang Sung Chul, who recruits Do Gi to work for his company, Rainbow Taxi. Far from an ordinary taxi service, Rainbow Taxi is a secret organization that avenges victims whom the law didn’t protect. Here, Do Gi becomes a star suburbanite who delivers satisfying revenge. Meanwhile, Ha Na is a prosecutor who investigates Rainbow Taxi. She is furious with their lawless behavior, but at the same time, she feels tumbled to see them solve cases that the law cannot. Between those who believe that revenge embodies true justice and those who pursue the outlaws, Do Gi seeks what justice truly means.

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KINGDOM (2018)

Kingdom is a 2019 political horror thriller that has fans talking. The show is a first for Netflix in creating an original Korean series. Based on a webtoon series titled The Kingdom of Gods and set in the Joseon periodduring the 1590s, the drama follows the crown prince, Lee Chang, on his journey to uncover the truth overdue a mysterious disease plaguing the kingand opens up with the crown prince uncovering a political conspiracy. Together with his oversee Moo-young, they throne off to a faraway province, Dongnae, in search of a physician.  If that wasn’t bad enough, he starts to suspect foul play in the death of his father. While conducting his own investigation, he must moreover uncover the origin of a mysterious plague. To add plane increasingly drama, the plague brings people when from the sufferer as blood-thirsty monsters. The storyline is what has people hooked and is a well-deserved watch.

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MOUSE (2021)

Mouse is anything but flowers and sunshine as it revolves virtually a heinous serial killer with ties to one of Korea’s increasingly infamous murderers. A suspenseful story that asks the key question, “What if we could identify psychopaths in advance?” A crazed serial killer’s ruthless murders have left the unshortened nation gripped with fear, and unconnectedness reigns. Justice-seeking rookie police officer, Jung Ba Reum, comes squatter to squatter with the killer. While he survives his dangerous encounter with the psychopath, Jung Ba Reum finds his life completely waffly surpassing his eyes. As they follow the underdone path of the killer, they never expected an plane greater evil to be lurking in the shadows. The drama moreover plays upon the psychological question of whether a killer is born or created. The intriguing part well-nigh most thriller K-dramas is that they don’t need a romantic element to pension viewers’ attention.

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EXTRACURRICULAR (2020)

Not everyone is who they say they are. The Netflix originals series Extracurricular is centered on four upper school students who start committing crimes to earn money that leads to heinous consequences. While the concept isn’t new, the way the show’s story is structure and how it escalates will reservation one’s attention. Ji Soo goes from a model student to a criminal without committing an unthinkable act. A school bully Min Hee, who gets unprotected up in Ji Soo’s crime. When a classmate takes an interest in his secret, to end her threat he does what he has to plane if it’s deadly.

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NOBODY KNOWS (2020)

The treason show takes to path sadness, guilt, redemption. Nobody Knows has many thrilling elements that have the audiences hooked. Cha Young-Jin (Kim Seo-Hyung) has lived for 19 years in a deep slum of guilt and regret. She feels responsible for the murder of her weightier friends by Stigmata, the infamous serial killer.Her downstairs neighbor’s son, Eun Ho, has built a relationship with her overly since she moved whilom their apartment. One day Eun Ho, seems to have fallen off the roof of their suite towers and left in a coma. Young Jin senses foul play and decides to take it upon herself to get to the marrow of it. With the help of Eun Ho’s homeroom teacher, Sun Woo, they both uncork to uncover that Eun Ho’s injuries were no accident. Vowing to get justice for her friend and knowing the killer will one day come without her, she joined the police gravity and became a diligent detective. Without years of waiting, the killer is when and Young-jin must stop him surpassing it’s too late and goes without someone she cares about.

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TELL ME WHAT YOU SAW (2020)

Strictly categorized as a thriller and suspense, Tell Me What You Saw gives exactly what audiences will get from this spooky and visionless series. Oh Hyun Jae used to be a top criminal profiler. He solved many cases with his skills, but one day an explosion, caused by a serial killer, ended the life of his fiancé. Without the horrific incident, Oh Hyun Jae vanished and he now lives in seclusion. Meanwhile, Cha Soo Young is a police officer in the countryside. She has a special worthiness which allows her to remember exactly everything she sees. Due to her special ability, she is selected as a rookie detective who will partner with Oh Hyun Jae informally. Together, they work to solve cases and uncover the truth overdue the Peppermint Killer, the resurfaced serial killer who murdered Hyun Jae’s fiancé five years ago.

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SAVE ME (2017)

Save Me is a definitely a must-watch list for its spine-chilling thriller storyline. Following the failure of her father’s business, Sang Mi and her family move to Muji-gun where they have no friends or relatives. There she meets four young men, Han Sang Hwan, Seok Dong Cheol, Woo Jung Hoon, and Choi Man Hee. When Sang Mi and her family squatter some trouble, Spiritual Father Baek Jung Ki of Goosunwon offers to help them but the church, in reality, is riddled with abuse, violence, brainwashing, and possibly murder. Without the suicide of the family’s son, things screw out of tenancy and the cult takes advantage. Years later, tightly rooted in the cult, the daughter wants out and the four young men try to save her.

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RUGAL (2020)

This drama is a mix between thriller and strained intelligence. Kang Ki Beom is an peerage police officer whose struggle to bring lanugo Argos, a nationwide criminal organization, results in a group of masked assailants from Argos killing his minion wife and wearing out both of his eyes. Kang wakes up in a hospital only to find himself accused of murdering his family members. The NIS then approaches him with an offer to wilt a member of Rugal, a special team organized by the NIS. He receives two strained vision with Rugal’s biotechnology built into them and with them gains unique new skills with which to take lanugo criminal organizations. Kang Ki Beom and Rugal set out on a mission to wipe out Argos.

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THE VEIL (2021)

A Korean-style spy investigation show with a story well-nigh a top National Intelligence Service (NIS) agent. In his endeavor to uncover the internal traitor that brought him to his downfall, he confronts a much worthier enemy overdue the organization.  Han Ji Hyuk, essayed by Nam Goong Min, is the top field wage-earner in the NIS. He is held in awe by his colleagues for his perfect record and skill at completing missions. He had been driving an organized treason syndicate into a corner when he vanished off the squatter of the earth, but he returns in the most horrific state and doesn’t remember anything that happened within the last year. With his memory lost, Ji Hyuk gets prescribed to a team with minor tasks. While, on the team, he meets Je Yi, who is soft-hued and heartwarming but with a painful past. Seo Soo Yeon is the throne of team 4 of the Treason Information Center who is spanking-new at performing her duties and solving cases. She has unconfined unhealthfulness for people, and she expressly cares for her teammates.

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THE PENTHOUSE: WAR IN LIFE (2020-2021)

The Penthouse: War In Life became one of Korea’s top watched dramas that ranked in the Top 50 Korean television series per nationwide viewers and one of the few series to have increasingly than one season. Audiences will be kept on their toes as this makjang (over-the-top) drama ranges from thriller, mystery, suspense, crime, and revenge as it tells a mortiferous story of trying to wilt number one and cover-up. The residents of Hera Palace, a luxury penthouse suite with 100 floors, have many secrets and subconscious ambitions. Sim Su Ryeon, who was born into wealth, is the queen of the penthouse apartment.

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