Cover Eun Gye-hoon (Yeo Jin-goo) and Noh Da-hyun (Moon Ga-young) in 'Link: Eat Love Kill'

Put these K-dramas on your binge-watch list this weekend

Disney+ Hotstar has plenty in store for K-drama fans, with its ever-growing library of South Korean content. Whether you enjoy spending weekends out and about or playing couch potato for two whole days, wrapping up a busy week with a K-drama is always a good idea.

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Here are five recently released K-dramas on Disney+ Hotstar to stream based on how you typically spend your weekends.

1. Playing badminton

Perfect for badminton enthusiasts, Going to You at a Speed of 493km (Love All Play) is a 2022 sports romance starring Park Ju-hyun, Chae Jong-hyeop, Park Ji-hyun, Kim Mu-jun, and Seo Ji-hye. It tells the story of the unexpected bond between a disgraced badminton player and another player who regards the game strictly as a job.

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Stream it here.

2. Driving out for good food

If seeking out good food is your favourite activity, add Link: Eat Love Kill to your watchlist. A mix of mystery, romance and the supernatural, it follows chef Eun Gye-hoon (Yeo Jin-goo) and Noh Da-hyun (Moon Ga-young) whose emotions mirror each other—when one cries or laughs, the other also does the same.

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Stream it here.

3. Visiting relatives

This thrilling medical-legal drama features two of the most prized professions of all our relatives. Doctor Lawyer tells the story of Han Yi-Han, an elite surgeon who loses his job after the death of a patient but turned his life around to become a medical lawyer. Starring So Ji-sub and Im Soo-hyang, Han is determined to expose the truth behind his wrongful conviction and bring down the corrupt doctors responsible for it.

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Stream it here.

4. Visiting the spa

After a long week, what better way to unwind than with a massage, something Yee-Sool, the workaholic main character in Kiss Sixth Sense, could definitely use. Based on the Naver webtoon by writer Gatnyeo, Ye-Sool (Seo Ji-Hye) has a special ability–whenever she kisses someone, she sees flashes of their future. Life—and the rom-com series—gets more interesting when she accidentally kisses her boss whom she hates. 

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Stream it here.

5. Feeding your curiosity at the museum

Asian history buffs will love saeguk (historical) drama Bloody Heart, which tells the story of Lee Tae (Lee Joon) who becomes the king of Joseon with an ambition to transform the kingdom into absolute monarchy. Elements of deception and betrayal coupled with stunning sets and costumes promise to make this a gripping watch. 

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Stream it here.

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