September 29, 2021

Exciting new Asian shows revealed in Netflix's TUDUM

Netflix wowed fans from all over the world after its first global fan event, Tudum which concluded last weekend. With all the shows revealed during the event, there is no other reason not to subscribe to the world's leading streaming platform. All-original and returning series and films surprised fans with their first look and trailers that make us explore different genres.

In case you missed it, you can still watch Tudum on Youtube over and over again.

New anime comes starting October on Netflix with Bright: Samurai Soul on October 12, Super Crooks premiering on November 25, and Aggretsuko returns to season 4 in December. Ultraman Season 2 and Drifting Home also made a sneak peek which are both coming in 2022.

Korea fans are swooning over new original series which is headlined by My Name starring Han So-hee which premieres on October 15, Hellbound based on a webtoon featuring Yoo Ah-in this November, The Silent Sea with Gong Yoo in December; Juvenile Justice, a courtroom drama with Kim Hye-soo and All of Us are Dead coming in January 2022.


Juvenile Justice

The Silent Sea

Moral Sense is a film about a woman named Jung Ji-woo who leads a racy romance by engaging in a “special” relationship with her co-worker Jung Ji-hoo after she accidentally learns about his secret peculiarities. All set for the love month of February, 2022.

Moral Sense

You can also watch new reality shows Paik's Spirit lead by Paik Jong-won as he sits down with Korea's top celebrities and talk about stories about Korean culture over food and soju. New World is a new type of variety show that sets up a utopia-esque simulation where unexpected events, survival missions, competitions, and twists take place. Then there's The Hungry and the Hairy featuring Rain and Ro Hong-chul who will tour us around Korea's different views and sensibilities on motorcycles.

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