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12 finished 2021 K-dramas that you should be watching right now!

This list only features a few of 2021 finished K-dramas. Right, you don’t have to wait weekly to finish them!

Waiting weekly for a new episode is something a loyal K-drama fan is used to. Well, if you are looking for more K-dramas to watch, worry no more, because you’ve got a lot of options through this list!

2021 Finished K-Dramas

From Kim Bum, Cha Tae Hyun, Ji Sung, Han Soo Hee, and Shin Min Ah the titles listed below will definitely play with you feels. Expect some tension, laughs, butterflies, and tears to the list below!

1. Law School

Law School Finished Kdrama
Law School official poster

Starred by Kim Bum, Kim Myung Min, and Ryu Hye Young, Law School talks about the hurdles of being a lawyer and a law school student. The peaceful and hardworking students of Hankuk University Law School are suddenly disturbed when one of their professors is accused as a murderer.

2. Doom at Your Service

Doom at Your Service
Doom at Your Service official poster

Park Bo Young is joined by Seo In Guk in Doom at Your Service. Doom at Your Service talks about the story of Tak Dong Kyung (played by Park Bo Young) who receives nothing but continuous bad news. One day, she suddenly wish for the world’s doom. Her wish is heard by Myul Mang (played by Seo In Guk), a messenger between the humans and gods who agrees to fulfill her wish.

3. Police University

2021 Finished K-Drama Police University
Police University official poster

Professor Yoo Dong Man (played by Cha Tae Hyun) is a former detective who’s known for his impulsive acts. Now a Police University professor, he becomes professor of freshmen Kang Sun Ho (B1A4’s Jin Young) and Oh Kang Hee (Krystal). During their time at the university, they start to uncover secrets involving people within the university.

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4. Hospital Playlist Season 2

Hospital Playlist Season2 Kdrama
Hospital Playlist Season 2 official poster

Our favorite doctors from Yulje Medical Center are back! This series stars Cho Jeon Seok, Jeon Mi Do, Yoo Yeon Seok, Kim Dae Myung, and Jung Kyung Ho. The second season follows the story of our five doctors and the people around them. More life-centered and tear-jerking scenes await you in this series.

5. The Devil Judge

The Devil Judge Kdrama
The Devil Judge official poster

Ji Sung returns to our TV Screens as he takes on the role of Kang Yo-Han, a chief judge. He is known for his fair and harsh judgment of dishonest people. The Devil Judge is set in a dystopian South Korean future wherein some trials are aired through a television show. Audiences will surely enjoy this series full of mystery and stories waiting to be revealed.

6. Nevertheless

Nevertheless official poster

Song Kang and The World of Married star, Han So Hee leads Nevertheless. It is one of the most anticipated 2021 series. It is based on the webtoon of the same title, the drama tells about the story of two people – Nabi, a broken-hearted university student, and Jae-eon, a total flirt. Get ready to experience a whirlwind of romance (and rupokness) in this series!

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7. Hometown Cha Cha Cha

Hometown Cha Cha Cha
Hometown Cha Cha Cha official poster

Shin Min Ah’s comeback project after 2019’s Chief of Staff is Yoon Hye Jin of Hometown Cha Cha Cha. She is joined by Kim Seon Ho as Hong Du Sik and Lee Sang Yi as Ji Seong Hyun. The series is one of the heartwarming dramas that aired in 2021. Audiences get to follow the story of Hye Jin who visits a seaside village in Gongjin and the people she will meet there.

8 . Squid Game

2021 Finished Kdrama Squid Game
Squid Game official poster

Dubbed as the most watched series on Netflix, Squid Game is definitely worth the watch. Squid Game revolves around the story of 456 players who are in financial debt. The participants receives an opportunity to join a game thinking it was based on the children’s game – squid game, and the winner gets to receive a large cash prize. A surprising twist about this series is that if you lose the game, you’ll die.

9. Jirisan

2021 Kdrama Jirisan
Jirisan official poster

After her short stint in Kingdom, Jun Ji Hyun returns to television with Jirisan. She is joined by Ju Ji Hoon as they take on the roles of mountain rangers in Mt. Jiri. Their team embarks on a journey to visit the unexplored areas of Mt. Jiri. As the rangers scout Mt. Jiri, they encounter people who need help, are in a suicidal state and are some foes.

10. Yumi’s Cells

2021 Finished Kdrama Yumi's Cells
Yumi’s Cells official poster

Kim Go Eun is back as Kim Yumi, an ordinary office lady in Yumi’s Cells. Yumi has a hard time expressing herself after failing a relationship. The series will feature Yumi’s cells helping her with her daily decisions with an ultimate goal: to wake up her love cell. Furthermore, Ahn Bo Hyun joins as Goo Wong, a game developer who tries to wake up Yumi’s love cell.

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11. Silent Sea

2021 Kdrama Silent Sea
The Silent Sea official poster

Gong Yoo makes his Netflix debut as Han Yoo Jae of The Silent Sea. Bae Doona and Lee Joon joins Gong Yoo in this thriller series set in the near future. In addition, Yoo Jae is tasked to visit Balhae Research Station, a Korean research station in the moon. Their team are on a quest to retrieve an important sample to help the earth’s water shortage.

12. The Red Sleeve

2021 Finished K-dramas The Red Sleeve
The Red Sleeve official poster

Inspired by the story of Joseon’s 22nd King, Jeongjo (Yi San) and his concubine, Royal Noble Consort Ui (Deok Im), the Red Sleeve stars 2PM’s Lee Jun Ho and Lee Se Young. The story focuses on the lives of palace maids known as court ladies which takes an abrupt turn when young Deok Im crosses paths with young Yi San.

With this list, we hope you’ll have a great time binge-watching this finished 2021 K-dramas! The series listed above can be streamed via Netflix, iQiyi, and Viu.

Enjoy watching mga bes!

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