This list lets you start with today's releases and then go "back in time" to see previous movie and tv show releases for Netflix South Korea.
What's New on Netflix South Korea: New Releases
New Releases for Netflix South Korea
Torn between his caring wife and his true love, a successful executive experiences a violent incident that erases part of his memory.
It's love at first sight for Dracula when he meets Ericka, the charming but mysterious captain of the monster cruise that Mavis plans for the family. Her dad is lonely and stressed. Time for a family vacation! But watch out -- someone's out to crush all monsterkind.
Ray Romano cut his stand-up teeth at the Comedy Cellar in New York. Now, in his first comedy special in 23 years, he returns to where it all began. He figured out stand-up. He figured out television. But when it comes to most everything else, he's still got no clue.
After a brawl lands him in a Boys’ Home, a teen seems to be on a promising path until loyalty to his gangster buddy leads to even bigger trouble. There’s being a good son. There’s being a good friend. In his case, being both at once seems impossible.
The adorable residents of Sylvanian Village always have lots of fun with their friends and families!
After meeting a young man who works at a donut shop, a struggling poet with a wife desperate for a baby begins to feel things he's never felt before. He's a poet low on creativity and a husband with low sperm count. But inspiration comes. From the least likely of places.
Three ganja-smoking dimwits hatch a plot to raise bail money for their jailed friend by selling dope on the street. But they'd better spring their incarcerated buddy fast -- before he ends up as the "boy toy" of a criminal named Nasty Nate.
Grammy-winning singer Loudon Wainwright III reflects upon his unique relationship with his father in an evening of original songs and heartfelt stories. Same name. Different generations. And a shared catalogue of intimate anecdotes revisited -- one melody at a time.
A country boy living with his single mom begins selling ice cream bars on the streets to fund his trip to Seoul, where his father supposedly lives. He's meeting his dad for the first time ever! Well, once he sells all these ice cream bars. But, shh ... mom can't know.
Nine struggling musicians share the spotlight in this deeply personal reality series about the challenges and thrills of staging a Hollywood showcase. Big dreams. Bigger risks. But when they take the stage, it's clear: Some songs are worth singing, no matter the cost.