New k-dramas coming to Netflix in September 2022

August 13, 2022
Jonathon Wilson 0
K-Drama, Netflix, News, Previews, Streaming Service

This article discusses the new k-dramas coming to Netflix in September 2022. 

The k-drama market has always been an exceedingly popular market for Netflix, and since Squid Game opened some global eyes to the region’s film and TV output, there is more interest than ever in the latest South Korean offerings. At Ready Steady Cut, we comprehensively cover all of Netflix’s k-drama content, so allow us to be the bearers of good news by sharing everything we know about the k-dramas heading to the streaming giant in the next month.

New k-dramas coming to Netflix in September 2022

It’s a very light month in the k-drama world in September, although it should be noted that this article is not finalized and is subject to updates as new information becomes available. However, what’s available is sure to make a dent in the market, especially given the high-profile, oft-adapted source material of Little Women. So, here’s what’s coming:

Little Women

Release date: September 9

Weekly? Yes

Number of episodes: 12

While there have been many adaptations of Louisa May Alcott’s iconic novel in the past, this is the first Korean adaptation. It’s also set in the present day rather than being a period piece. Courtesy of AsianWiki:

Three sisters get involved in a case that leads them to fight against the richest and most influential family in South Korea.

Oh In-Joo (Kim Go-Eun) is the oldest sister. She grew up in a terribly poor environment and she is still poor. Since she was a young child, she realized that money was the most important thing to protect herself and her family. Her dream is to live an ordinary life like other people. She gets involved in a case that could change her life.

Oh In-Kyung (Nam Ji-Hyun) is the middle sister. She is an enthusiastic reporter at a news station. She believes in doing the right things. She also has always been poor, but money doesn’t rule life. She now begins to dig into a mysterious case that she first faced when she first became a reporter.

Oh In-Hye (Park Ji-Hu) is the youngest of the three sisters. She is a student at a prestigious arts high school and she has a natural talent for painting. She often feels her two older sisters’ love for her is too much.


Release date: September 9

Weekly? No

Number of episodes: 6

Despite the title and the platform, Narco-Saints has nothing to do with Narcos. However, it’s still a true story about a South American drug lord. From AsianWiki:

Kang In-Gu (Ha Jung-Woo) begins his business in the South American country of Suriname. He is thrust into a situation, which he must cooperate with the South Korean NIS to catch Jeon Yo-Hwan (Hwang Jung-Min). He is known as a drug king, who runs his drug-smuggling operation out of Suriname.

That’s all of the new k-dramas coming to Netflix in September 2022. You can check out all of these films and shows with a subscription to the platform.

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