Get ready for South Korea’s Netflix original series this 2021!

On Thursday, February 25, Netflix announced that it will be investing over $500 million to produce series and movies from South Korea. Here's Netflix's lineup of upcoming content for 2021!

1.Move To Heaven

Move to Heaven revolves around the routine of a pair of trauma cleaners. The series is directed by Kim Sung-ho.


Based on the webtoon by Kim Bo-tong, the story follows an army private Joon-ho who ends up becoming a member of the "Deserter Pursuit" unit that tracks down military deserters. The series is directed by Han Jun-hee and stars Jung Hae-in, Koo Kyo-hwan, Kim Sung-Kyun, and Son Seok-Koo.

3. Squid Game

Squid Game revolves around a group of people who decide to become players of a mysterious survival game with a 40-million-dollar cash prize.


It is about a lawyer who goes up against the New Truth Church and its extremist Arrowhead devotees. It is directed by Yeon Sang-ho (fame Train to Busan) and written by Yeon and Choi Gyu-Seok. 5.The Silent Sea

The Silent Sea follows members of a special team that is sent to an abandoned research facility on the moon. Set in future earth that has undergone desertification, the series stars Bae Doona, Gong Yoo, and Lee Joon.

6.All of us are Dead

The series follows a group of students trapped in a high school who find themselves in a weird situation as their school gets attacked by zombies. The original series stars Yoon Chan-Yeong, Park Ji-hu, Cho Yi-Hyun, Lomon, and Yoo In-soo.

7.My Name

My Name follows a mobster's daughter as she joins a cartel and becomes a mole in the police force to seek the truth behind her father's death. The series is directed by Kim Jin-min of the acclaimed series Extracurricular.