Get ready for a loved-up February as Netflix provides your "Netflix and chill" marathons this romance month with quite the selection of new Korean dramas. Plus, let's not forget that To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You is set for a Valentine's launch as well, alongside a range of Studio Ghibli films.
Read up on their synopses below!
Itaewon Class (February 1)
An ambitious ex-convict, with the help of his misfit group of employees, will stop at nothing to sucesfully establish his restaurant in the small neighborhood of Itaewon.
Starring: Park Seo-joon, Kim Da-mi, Kwon Nara, Yoo Jae-myung
Be Melodramatic ( February 1)
Three 30-something bestfriends—including a screenwriter, a documentary director, and a marketing executive—navigate the crazed-up world of entertainment together as they try to keep their lives and their friendship intact.
Starring: Chun Woo-hee, Jeon Yeo-been, Han Ji-eun
My Holo Love (February 7)
Netflix launches it's newest original K-drama with an unusual love triangle. My Holo Love finds the socially recluse and jaded So-yeon falling for a seemingly perfect guy named Holo, who turns out to be an AI assistant. To complicate their budding relationship is Nan-do, Holo's developer who also happens to take a liking to So-yeon.
Starring: Ryu Yong-jae, Ko Sung-hee, Yoon Hyun-min
Flower Crew: Joseon Marriage Agency (February 1)
A blacksmith named Lee Soo wishes to propose marriage to the bright yet lonely Gae-Ddong. In order to organize the ceremony, he enlists the help of a marriage agency called the Flower Crew, made up of three handsome men. However the entire plan goes awry on their wedding day when Lee Soo is declared king of Joseon out of nowhere, leaving the Flower Crew to deal with the crisis and somehow pull through with the planned nuptials.
Starring: Kim Min-jae, Gong Seung-yeon, Seo Ji-hoon
Locke and Key (February 7)
Locke and Key is a supernatural horror thriller that follows the three Locke siblings who move to their ancestral home with their mother, after their father's untimely gruesome murder. Within the old house, they'll soon discover a slew of magical keys that may be connected to their dad's death. As they explore the mysterious worlds hidden behind these keys, they unknowingly end up waking a malevolent demon, hell-bent on stealing the artifacts for itself.
Starring: Jackson Robert Scott, Connor Jessup, and Emilia Jones
Hyena (February 21)
Hyena is a court drama centered on the world of sly, whipsmart lawyers tasked to defend society's dishonest 1%.
Starring: Ju Ji Hoon, Kim Hye Soo
I Am Not Okay With This (February 26)
Based on Charles Forsman's graphic novel of the same name, I Am Not Okay With This revolves around 15-year-old Syd, your average teen who also happens to be quietly dealing with her father's death, along with discovering her sexuality, all while mysterious superpowers awaken inside her.
Starring: Sophia Lillis, Wyatt Oleff, Sofia Bryant
Love Jacked (February 1)
Looking for your typical rom-com this Valentine's? Tune in to Love Jacked, a Canadian romance flick following Maya, a young woman who hires a fake fiance to keep up appearances with her expectant family when she returns home from Africa.
Starring: Amber Stevens West, Shamier Anderson
#cats_the_mewvie (February 5)
A documentary all about cats? Sign us up! Netflix describes the adorable special as something that "explores how our feline friends became online icons, from the earliest text memes to the rise of celebrity cat influencers."
To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You (February 12)
Of course, what's the month of hearts this year without the much-awaited Valentine's flick of 2020, To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You? For the franchise's second installment, Lara Jean and Peter Kavinsky navigate their newfound relationship as a couple, when the charming John Ambrose McClaren, recipient of one of Lara's old love letters, comes back into her life.
Starring: Lana Condor, Noah Centineo, Jordan Fisher