November is off to a good start as an all-star line-up of K-Pop artists are poised to release new music. Adding to this, Netflix Middle East has expanded its library with a couple of shows featuring K-Pop artists. Without further ado, these are four of the latest Netflix treats to binge watch:
The Korean variety series is back for a second season. This time, singer-actor Lee Seung-gi alongside original cast members Exo’s Sehun and Gugudan’s Kim Se-jeong, Yoo Jae-suk, Park Min-young and Kim Jong-min tests their detective skills and solve mysteries.
The Netflix original has start-studded cameos from BTOB’s Sungjae, Bora, Exid’s Hani, Block B’s Park Kyung, IZ*ONE and more. So, get ready for some amateur detective work, laughter and thrills.
2. A Little Thing Called First Love
This is a coming-of-age story about first love, friendship and youth. It follows a shy, artistic young student who embarks on a journey of self-discovery while developing a crush on her popular classmate, played by former Wanna One member Lai Kuan-lin.
The Chinese feel-good, romantic series is inspired by the hit Thai movie ‘First Love’. Weekly episodes are released every Friday on the streaming site.
After a stunt man’s nephew dies in a plane crash, he flies back to Morocco and turns to NIS agent (Bae Suzy) for help, leading him to be intertwined in a web of scandals and corruption.
Both main actors Lee Seung-gi and the former Miss A member have previously starred together in drama series ‘Gu Family Book’ in 2013.
4. My Country: The New Age
At the end of the Goryeo period to the early Joseon period, two friends come into conflict following a misunderstanding. They go head-to-head over the same woman and protect their loved ones and the nation their own way.
The historical Korean drama’s three main leads are played by Yang Se-jong, Woo Do-hwan and AOA’s Kim Seol-hyun.