March 2023 K-Dramas On Netflix: “The Glory Part 2” and “Divorce Attorney Shin”

March 2023 K-Dramas On Netflix: “The Glory Part 2” and “Divorce Attorney Shin”

Two well-made dramas from top-tier actors and creative teams are slated on your Netflix binge schedule this March!

The Glory Part 2 and Divorce Attorney Shin headline the new Korean dramas to stan on the streaming giant.

In case you missed it, Crash Course In Romance is nearing its finale. If you are craving a light story or if you are looking for some girl-power-themed drama, then deck this Jeon Do Yeon and Jung Kyung Ho series.

Speaking of Jeon Do Yeon, her Netflix film is scheduled to close the women’s month with a bang on March 31. In the film Kill Boksoon, she leads a double life of an ordinary single mom and a legendary killer at a top-tier killing agency, MK Ent.

Meanwhile, K-Drama fans will get the best of realistic worlds with the two new shows coming up in March.

On March 4, Divorce Attorney Shin launches its first episode. It stars premiere and reliable actors Cho Seung Woo, Han Hye Jin, Kim Sung Kyun and Jung Moon Sung.

Driven by a personal tragedy, a pianist-turned-lawyer navigates the complex world of marriage fallout in this series. He fights for his clients to win by any means necessary.

Then, on March 10, the eagerly awaited concluding part of The Glory premieres. Watch how Dong-eun executes her elaborate revenge scheme in motion to make the perpetrators pay for their crimes.  

First released in December 2022, the first part of the series was met with applause, evident in its ranking in Netflix’s global top 10 TV (Non-English) list for 5 weeks following its release. With its gripping revenge story, the series garnered attention in social media with numerous memes and parodies.

K-Drama Review: “The Glory Part 1” Gratifies With Intoxicating and Ruminative Revenge-Driven Story

Save the dates for these March 2023 K-Dramas on Netflix!

March 2023 Korean Dramas: “The Glory Part 2”, “Divorce Attorney Shin”, “Oasis”, “Joseon Lawyer” & More

PR Source: Netflix