Highly-Anticipated Netflix K-Dramas Vincenzo and Sisyphus to Debut in February 2021
Can't get enough of K-dramas? There are several top Korean dramas that are set to be released this year, from romance to thrillers. Besides the new films coming to Netflix, two new Korean dramas will be premiering on Netflix this month.
Song Joong-ki will be making his comeback in Vincenzo, playing the role of Park Ju-hyeong who at the age of eight is adopted and sent off to Italy, while Park Shin-hye makes her return in Sisyphus: The Myth, opposite Jo Seung-woo, after a two-year hiatus from the small screen.
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Watch the trailers below:
A time-travelling thriller starring Cho Seung-woo as brilliant engineer Han Tae-sul who is visited by a stranger (played by Park Shin-hye) from the future who warns him of the consequences of his actions.
Cho Seung-woo memorably portrayed a prosecutor without empathy in Stranger while Park Shin-hye was recently seen in the zombie film #Alive.
Premiere date: February 17, new episodes every Wednesday and Thursday.
Intrigue mixed with romance, this Netflix original promises an invigorating watch.
An Italian mafia consigliere Vincenzo Cassano (Song Joong-ki of Descendants of the Sun fame) flees an ongoing war for his birthplace in South Korea. There, he teams up with ambitious lawyer Hong Cha Young (Jeon Yeo-been) on a case.
Premiere date: February 20, with new episodes every Saturday and Sunday.
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