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Netflix’s K-Drama & T-Drama Collections Take Massive Blow

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Netflix viewers might have recognized the increase of content for the K-Drama genre. Consequently, that led the way for Taiwanese dramas or T-Dramas. However, it looks like some things are changing at Netflix. Keep reading to find out more about the massive blow Netflix’s K-Drama and T-Drama collections are taking.

Sadly, some fan-favorite K-Dramas are leaving Netflix in October. However, What’s On Netflix reports that there will be new K-Dramas coming to the streaming platform later this month and next month.

K-Dramas Leaving Netflix on October 1st

Below you will find a list of popular K-Dramas leaving Netflix on October 1st. Notably, all of the K-Dramas below only have one season on the streaming platform.

Bad Guys

Bad Guys is a 2014 series from South Korea. Netflix has the first and only season available for streaming until October 1st. The show is about a police officer that gets reinstated. His goal is to eradicate the worst crime in the city. Interestingly enough, he uses the help of three convicts to catch felons.

Cheese in the Trap

The show’s premise is about a student that is struggling to balance college life and her job. However, things change when she inadvertently catches the attention of a wealthy upperclassman.

Chicago Typewriter

Chicago Typewriter is about two writers and a veterinarian that are connected to Korean independence fighters. The series is set in the 1930s during the Japanese occupation of Korea.

Let’s Eat 

With the help of her neighbors, a divorced woman eats well. The continuation of Let’s Eat, Let’s Eat 2 is also leaving Netflix in October.

The Liar and His Lover 

With a knack for telling lies, a genius music composer befriends an honest, beautiful singer. However, the more time they spend together, the more of his lies she uncovers.

Oh My Ghost

Bong Sun dies a virgin. But, that doesn’t stop her from possessing Na Bong Sun so she can finish her business of hooking up with a famous chef, Kang Su Woo.

Reply 1998 

Follows the lives of five teenage kids growing up in Seoul in the late 1980s.

Reply 1994 

Set in a Seoul boarding house, Reply 1994 follows a group of students from all over South Korea as they turn from strangers to best friends.

Reply 1997 

As their high school reunion approaches, the group begins to reminisce about their time as students.

Tunnel

Tunnel follows the case of a serial killer. Somehow, a police detective ends up 30 years in the future. One of the challenges this presents is that he has to solve the case with new partners.

T-dramas Getting the Boot From Netflix in October

Some of the T-dramas that Netflix is pulling from their catalog are listed below. Like the K-dramas leaving Netflix, these shows are only one season.

Be With Me

This T-drama is about a once-popular boy band, ten years later.

Be With You

Two sisters finally ask their crushes out. It only takes them a decade after finishing high school.

Fall in Love with Me

The description of this series is reminiscent of a Hallmark movie. The head of a struggling ad agency is torn between two men. One, a successful executive, the other a kind-hearted stranger. In an interesting twist, the men are the same person.

Love Cheque Charge

Three years prior, a man promises a woman they’d get married if she wasn’t married by the time she’s 30. Does he honor his word to a woman he barely knows?

Murphy’s Law of Love

The show is about an online matchmaker that can’t find love for herself. Does a divorce expert help her?

Someone Like You

This series poses an interesting question. If your fiance dies, would you choose a new partner that looks like her, or a partner with her heart (literally), mannerisms, and personality?

When I See You Again

Also, seeming kind of like a Hallmark movie, When I See You Again is about a rich bachelor that comes home to seek revenge on the woman that broke his heart 10 years prior. However, things don’t go according to plan.

Are you sad to see the K and T-dramas above leaving Netflix? Share your thoughts with us in the comment section below. Make sure to come back to TV Shows Ace for more Netflix news.

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