Historical Korean dramas to watch on Netflix Historical Korean dramas to watch on Netflix

Historical K-Dramas available on Netflix, check out their exciting stories

Netflix has a wide catalog of Korean dramas, so here we recommend some historical ones to watch on the platform

There are more and more dramas on Netflix and they have very interesting plots, what historical K-Dramas can you watch on this streaming platform?

The best thing for fans of Korean dramas is to find their favorite series on safe platforms, with good quality and good subtitles or even with dubbing in different languages. And it is that since the popularization of these series, on the internet we can find many options for fans.

One of the streaming platforms that has added more K-Dramas to its catalog is Netflix, one of the most impressive internationally. Today Netflix not only has well-known and previously released dramas, it also has original and exclusive Korean series from the site itself.

So there is no doubt that Netflix can be a good option to watch our favorite dramas and find some new ones that end up completely captivating the public. And the best thing is that there is no limit to its plots, there are fantasy, mystery, romance and much more for each fan.

So here we have some historical K-Dramas that you can watch on Netflix, enjoy the best of these stories that take us back to an ancient time in South Korea.

5 Historical Korean dramas you can watch on Netflix today

1. Mr. Sunshine

Year: 2018
Starring Lee Byung Hun and Kim Tae Ri

This drama is about a Korean man who traveled to the US, there he turns into a navy general and comes back to Korea in a mission. When he's in Korea again, he falls in love with the daughter of an aristocrat and there might be some political interests too.

Mr. Sunshine | Twitter: @fluttergenie

You can watch 'Mr. Sunshine' on Netflix. 

2. Queen For Seven Days

Year: 2017
Starring Park Min Young and Yeon Woo Jin

This drama is about a woman who should take the throne in order to protect her husband, she becomes a queen for one week and will find out everything about the power and responsibility carried by a monarch.

'Queen For Seven Days' is available on Netflix for you to watch it.

3. Kingdom

Year: 2019
Starring Ju Ji Hoon and Ryu Seung Ryong

This one is an amazing drama which takes place at the Joseon era, but there's a weird plague spreading throughout the place, so the prince must face his enemies and find a cure to save his next kingdom.

Kingdom | Twitter: @RtDubz

Watch every 'Kingdom' season on Netflix. 

4. Love In The Moonlight

Year: 2016
Starring Park Bo Gum and Kim Yoo Jung

This K-Drama is about a girl who dresses as a boy since she was a child, then she helps men when they need an advice for dating. Then she will meet the prince but it might cause a misunderstand since the prince doesn't know that she's a girl and not a man as she's dressed like.

Netflix has the full story of 'Love In The Moonlight' available for you.

5. Rookie Historian Goo Hae Ryung

Year: 2019
Starring Shin Se Kyung and Cha Eun Woo

This series tells us the story of a girl who wants to become a historian, so she enters the royal palace as an apprentice. There she will meet a prince who has always lived alone, but perhaps he has a lot to tell her.

Rookie Historian Goo Hae Ryung | Twitter: @astroccda_

You can watch on Netflix 'Rookie Historian Goo Hae Ryung' since it has a great story for you.

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