1. Curious about the story of a blind date that didn’t go according to plan, starring Kim Se-Jeong and Ahn Hyo-Seop? Watch the romance-comedy drama A Business Proposal, which starts on February 28.
One of the Korean dramas that will be present to entertain you at home is A Business Proposal which is adapted from a popular webtoon of the same title. Shin Ha-ri (Kim Se-jeong) comes on a blind date to replace her friend. Pretending to be a “fierce” woman to scare off her friend’s date, Ha-ri’s plans fail miserably after finding out that her date is Kang Tae-mu (Ahn Hyo-seop), the CEO she works for.
2. Re-watch the Zodiac mystery-thriller starring Jake Gyllenhaal, Mark Ruffalo and Robert Downey Jr. starting March 1.
Zodiac (2007) tells the story of one of America’s most famous crimes, the hunt for the Zodiac Killer. He was a serial killer who terrorized the San Francisco Bay Area in the late 1960s.
The film, directed by popular director David Fincher, focuses on the collaboration of Robert Graysmith (Jake Gyllenhaal), a cartoonist with Paul Avery (Robert Downey Jr.), a reporter, and Dave Toschi (Mark Ruffalo) as a police officer assigned to solve the mystery.
3. Want to re-watch Daniel Craig’s action as a detective in this popular mystery film of 2019? Watch Knives Out starting March 1.
Knives Out is arguably one of the best mystery films in 2019. No wonder, the film directed by Rian Johnson has also received a number of awards, both from the Golden Globe and the Oscar.
The film, which also stars Chris Evans and Ana de Armas, tells the story of how the detective solves the murder case of a rich novelist with his eccentric family with their own agendas.
4. Watch Hometown, a suspenseful, small-town murder mystery series in Korea that premieres on March 1.
Set in 1999, Hometown tells the story of a strange murder case in a small town that involves a recorder containing evidence of several serial murders. The series directed by Park Hyun-seok features the collaboration of Yoo Jae-myung as an experienced detective with Han Ye-ri as a figure who is ostracized by society because he has a criminal younger brother.
5. Watch the action adventures of Kang Na-heul as the bandit leader and Han Hyo-joo as the pirate captain in The Pirates: The Last Royal Treasure that premieres March 2.
One of the most anticipated films this week is The Pirates: The Last Royal Treasure. This film is about a group of pirates who are trying to find the lost treasure of the Goryeo royal family.
Not only Kang Na-heul and Han Hyo-joo, this film also features a series of other popular South Korean stars, such as Lee Kwang Soo, Sehun EXO, Kown Sang-woo, Chae Soo-bin, Kim Sung-oh, and Park Ji- hwan.
6. The suspenseful story of two boys trying to survive amidst a snowy landscape on a Danish expedition. Watch Against the Ice starting March 2.
Against the Ice is a film based on a true story that occurred in 1909. Directed by Peter Flinth, this film features Nikolaj Coster-Waldau and Joe Cole who must work together to survive in the midst of the fierce snowy landscape of Greenland.
7. Exploration of the Kalahari Desert accompanied by narration by Bridgerton actor Regé-Jean Page in the documentary Surviving Paradise: A Family Tale, which will be broadcast starting March 3.
For nature lovers, this one spectacle must be included in your watch list. This documentary, narrated by Regé-Jean Page, illustrates how wildlife must survive in the midst of the ferocity of an increasingly dry desert. In order to survive, they must rely on the strength of their families and flocks.
8. Follow the story of the Kretz family in The Parisian Agency: Exclusive Properties Season 2
After delving into the origins of Kretz & Partners in its first season, a Boulogne-based luxury real estate agency, this second season of The Parisian Agency: Exclusive Properties will focus on how they do property business.
This reality show from France will certainly return to present family dramas as well as various visuals from a number of beautiful houses that they help buy and sell.
9. Watch the story of a judge trying to tackle a juvenile delinquency case in court in the crime series Juvenile Justice that premieres on March 4.
After the success of Her Private Life (2019), now director Hong Jong-chan is back with a drama-crime law series centered on the issue of juvenile delinquency.
The film, starring Kim Hye-soo, centers on a judge who is famous for not liking teenagers. However, he was instead appointed a judge of the juvenile court to face various cases involving juvenile delinquency.