The best thing about Hulu? Other than its wide selection of streaming Korean dramas to watch, there are no commercials and it is smart enough to skip those boring introductions and title sequences. If you are looking for something with some flair, some drama, some long lost rich siblings and rich parents, Korean dramas are the right thing for you!
From Oh My Venus to the ever famous Boys Over Flowers, Korean dramas will fill in that void you feel! This list is updated regularly with all the best Korean dramas and Korean drama series on Hulu, streaming for your viewing pleasure!
Oh My Venus (KBS2, 2015) is a South Korean romantic comedy television series. A disgraced Hollywood personal trainer helps a once-beautiful woman get back in shape only for both to develop feelings for each other. ...more on Wikipedia
Actors: So Ji-sub, Shin Min-a, Jung Gyu-woon
Descendants of the Sun (KBS2, 2016) is a South Korean romance drama television series. Finding themselves in the middle of great events and dangers in a war-torn country, Korean Special Forces Captain Yoo Si-jin and Doctor Kang Mo-yeon start falling for each other. ...more on Wikipedia
Actors: Song Joong-ki, Song Hye-kyo, Jin Goo, Kim Ji-won
What's Wrong with Secretary Kim (tvN, 2018) is a South Korean romantic comedy television series, based on the 2013 novel by Jung Kyung-yoon. Misunderstandings arise when a highly capable secretary announces that she will resign from her position, after nine years of working for the narcissistic Vice Chairman of a major corporation. ...more on Wikipedia
Actors: Park Seo-joon, Park Min-young, Lee Tae-hwan
Still 17 (SBS, 2018), also known as Thirty But Seventeen, is a South Korean romantic comedy television series. An aspiring violinist must adjust to a new world and an adult life after emerging from a 13-year coma and receives help from a troubled man who is torn between his fondness for her and the fact that he caused the accident that resulted in her coma. ...more on Wikipedia
Actors: Shin Hye-sun, Yang Se-jong, Ahn Hyo-seop