Top Six Best Song Kang K-Dramas To Watch On Netflix!

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Song Kang K-Dramas

There is no lie that Song Kang is one of the fastest-rising actors of this generation and has been gaining immense popularity around the world these days. He made his debut in the Entertainment industry back in 2017 with a supporting role. However, he has come a long way since then as an actor owing to his ability to pick diversified roles. While other young actors like to stay in their comfort zones and pick such scripts that are safe for them, Song Kang readily opts for bolder choices, and that’s what we love about him. Not to mention his good looks and tall physique work as a cherry on the top! He has officially been given the title of the ‘Adopted Son of Netflix’ after the fans realized that almost all of Song Kang K-dramas and movies have aired on the streaming giant Netflix!

Here are the top six best K-dramas and movies of the twenty-seven-year-old actor, which showcases his versatility as an actor. Let’s begin with it now!

The Liar and His Lover (2017)

Director: Kim Jin-Min
Starring: Lee Hyun Woo, Joy, Lee Jung Jin, Lee Seo Won, Hong Seo Young, Kim Sung Joo
Total Number of Episodes: 16
Where to Watch: Netflix, Viki, We TV

‘The Liar and His Lover’ is the live-action adaptation of the popular manga series, ‘Kanojo wa Uso o Aishisugiteru’ by Aoki Kotomi. It is a musical rom-com that tells the story of a talented and heartbroken music composer named Kang Han-gyul who comes across a high school girl named Yoon So Rim, who is a great singer. He gets drawn towards her owing to her brave and honest personality as well as her amazing singing. However, he has been keeping the secret of him being the producer of Crude Play from So-rim.

The Liar and His Lover
The Liar and His Lover

When So-rim begins her career in music, little by little, she uncovers the lies that he has been telling her all this time. The series showcases Song Kang playing the character of Baek Jin-woo, who is the childhood friend of So-rim. He is the guitarist of the band named Mush & Co and has been in love with her for a long time.

Love Alarm (2019)

Director: Lee Na Jung
Screenwriter: Seo Bo Ra, Lee Ah Yeon
Starring: Kim So Hyun, Song Kang, Jung Ga Ram, Go Min Si, Kim Hee Chang, Lee Jae Eung
Total Number of Episodes: 8
Where to Watch: Netflix

‘Love Alarm’ marks the first of Song Kang’s K-dramas in which he gets to play a lead role but surprisingly, he does a great job here at conveying the apt emotions. The show has received a lot of criticism for the confusing plotline, but you can’t help but fall in love with his character. Set in a modern digitalized world featuring a dating app called Love Alarm, the story centers on a high school girl named Jojo, who is cheerful and upbeat despite her tough childhood following the death of her parents.

Love Alarm
Love Alarm

The specialty of the mobile app is that it rings every time it detects that anyone around the cellphone owner has romantic feelings for her but doesn’t state the person’s name and whereabouts. Two of her classmates, Lee Hye Yeong and Hwang Sun-oh, who are best friends to each other, fall in love with Jojo, and a love triangle forms between them because of the app.

Nevertheless, (2021)

Screenwriter: Jung Won
Director: Kim Ga Ram
Starring: Han So Hee, Song Kang, Yang Hye Ji, Chae Jong Hyeop, Lee Yeol Eum, Kim Min Gwi
Total number of Episodes: 10
Where to Watch: Netflix

Targetted primarily towards the young adults of this generation, the series showcases a hyper-realistic romance with heart-fluttering scenes with which they can relate to. It gives a glimpse of what modern dating looks like, which is definitely different from what we are accustomed to seeing in K-dramas. The series tells the story is an art student named Yoo Na Bi who, after having an ugly breakup with her former boyfriend, has lost faith in love. However, when she encounters the popular playboy of her institute, Park Jae Eon, she cannot help but keep Fallin for him.


Despite knowing that Jae Eon is a walking red flag who seduces almost all the women around him but also sets a boundary between them, Na Bi gets attracted to him as a butterfly does towards a flower. They soon become friends with benefits, and a steamy romance between them begins. However, Na Bi and Jae Eon’s relationship with each other grows more complicated with time as they get involved in each other’s lives a little too much.

Forecasting Love and Weather (2022)

Screenwriter: Sun Young, Kang Eun Kyung
Director: Cha Young Hoon
Starring: Park Min Young, Song Kang, Yoon Park, Yura, Kim Mi Kyung, Jung Woon Sun
Where to Watch: Netflix
Total Number of Episodes: 16

Have a look at the casting actors and tell us what’s the first thing that popped up in your mind. The visuals and the chemistry of the leads isn’t it! We know we are going to get a treat when ‘Chemistry Queen’ Park Min Young and ‘Kissing King’ Song Kang are in the same drama! A fast-paced office romance drama between two colleagues working at the weather forecasting administration of Korea, ‘Forecasting Love and Weather’ series depicts the rise and fall of cheerful love stories existing amidst the strict working ethics.

Song Kang K-Dramas - Forecasting Love and Weather
Forecasting Love and Weather

While Song Kang plays the character of the free-spirited Lee Shi Woo, a rookie member of the team who has a high IQ and can predict the weather just by looking at the sky, the highly organized and cold Jin Ha Kyung makes him fall head over heels in love with her after their initial differences. However, dating in secrecy is far more difficult than they had expected! The show is still on air, but so far, it has been one of the top-airing Korean shows!

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Sweet Home (2020)

Director: Lee Eung Bok
Starring: Song Kang, Lee Si Young, Lee Do Hyun, Lee Jin Wook, Kim Nam Hee, Go Min Si
Total Number of Episodes: 10
Where to Watch: Netflix

‘Nevertheless,’ showed us the charming and flirty side of Song Kang, which none of us can resist, but if you want to see him delivering some real piece of talent, check out the 2020 action supernatural show, ‘Sweet Home’! The show has been adapted from a manhwa created by Kim Kan Bi and Hwang Young-Chan, which revolves around Cha Hyun-Su, a high school student who moves into a new apartment when he loses his parents in a tragic incident. However, soon after he settles in his new surrounding, he begins to experience weird stuff around him. He realizes that humans are turning into monsters who are lurking around outside the apartment, grabbing every opportunity to wipe out humanity.

Song Kang K-Dramas - Sweet Home
Sweet Home

The residents of the apartment join forces to keep themselves safe inside as long as they can. The series, in a way, surpasses all of the expectations and predictions of the viewers. No wonder it is one of the most-streamed K-drama on Netflix!

Navillera (2021)

Screenwriter: Lee Eun Mi
Director: Han Dong Hwa
Starring: Park In Hwan, Hong Seung Hee, Song Kang, Na Moon Hee, Yoon Ji Hye, Kim Tae Hoon
Number of Episodes: 12
Where to Watch: Netflix

Navillera isn’t something you can dive in anytime for a casual watch as it stands out as one of the most heart-warming and inspirational K-dramas released in the last few years. When a seventy-year-old man named Shim Deok-Chul, who used to be a postman, decides not to leave any regrets in his life before dying, he attempts to join ballet dancing. While none of his family members come up in his support to help him fulfill his dreams, he comes across a young ballet dancer named Lee Chae-rok, who is known for being naturally talented. He has his own share of struggles that he has to face in his life, especially after the death of his mother and the imprisonment of his father.

Song Kang K-Dramas - Navillera

After a series of circumstances, Lee Chae-rok and Shim Deok-Chul begin to work together. While Chae-rok agrees to help him in learning ballet, Deok-Chul becomes his manager. The show leaves behind the beautiful message of never giving up on your dreams when you are at the lowest point of your life and teaches the importance of family. It is still one of the best Song Kang K-dramas of all time!

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