Our kdrama fix this January 2023 includes five interesting kdramas you can watch on Netflix Kenya.
Under The Queen’s Umbrella
A spirited queen tries to rein in her rowdy sons in order to make one of them the next king of Joseon, while her competitors vie to snatch the throne.
Watch it if you love historical kdrama, funny scenes, and some court plots to keep everyone on their toes.
A young woman, bullied to the point of deciding to drop out of school, plans the best way to get revenge. After becoming a primary school teacher, she takes in the son of the man who tormented her the most to enact her vengeance.
This one is not an easy watch, but it is really good. Glory tackles bullying in schools. It is about how one girl survives a harrowing experience and plots her revenge. The next part is available on Netflix Kenya on March 10.
Alchemy of Souls
A powerful sorceress in a blind woman’s body encounters a man from a prestigious family, who wants her help to change his destiny.
If you love fantasy, romance, and cute moments, this one is for you. The last part aired this January.
Our Beloved Summer
Years after filming a viral documentary in high school, two former lovers get pulled back in front of the camera and into each other’s lives.
This show is the easiest drama to watch. I loved every moment of it. It’s a coming off age story with a twist. I love that they unfold a story that happened ten years ago, during high school and graduation, while exploring the pressures of daily life ten years later. Either way, nothing beats Ung spraying water at Yeong-Su after they meet ten years later.
n a time when dreams seem out of reach, a teenage fencer pursues big ambitions and meets a hardworking young man who seeks to rebuild his life.
Na Hee-Do’s determination to be the best fencer in the country is so inspiring to watch, I can only call it epic. Along the journey of training to be the best, she meets Back Yi-Jin who becomes her first love. The ending aside, this is a great story to watch just for the wins and highs.