Korean dramas and shows continue to grow in popularity in Australia. It’s a cultural sensation that has transcended borders and captured the hearts of millions. So, if you’re a part of this global craze and seek every opportunity to indulge in gripping Korean shows and emotional roller-coasters, you are at the right place. We’ve handpicked 6 Prime Video Korean shows that should be on your watch list. Read on.

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Korean Dramas on Prime Video

1. Marry My Husband (IMDb 7.9/10)

This series follows the story of Kang Ji-won (Park Min-Young), a terminally ill cancer patient who is killed by her husband (Lee Yi-kyeong) and best friend (Song Ha-yoon) after she witnesses them having an affair. She wakes up 10 years before the incident and decides to seek revenge with the help of Yu Ji-hyuk (Na In-woo), a director at the company she works at. Now, she must reclaim her fate and eliminate the trash from her life.
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Korean Dramas on Prime Video

2. The Kidnapping Day (IMDb 8.9/10)

The plot: When life hits hard, Myeong-Jun (Yun Kye-Sang) takes a drastic turn to settle his daughter's hospital bills by kidnapping Ro-Hee (Yuna), a little girl who collapses before his car and doesn’t remember anything. He pretends to be her father and decides to ask for a ransom from her wealthy parents. Curious to see how this unfolds?
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Seo In-Guk in Death's Game (Korean Drama)

3. Death’s Game (IMDb 8.6/10)

At the brink of going to hell, Yee-jae must cycle through twelve separate lives and twelve separate deaths in this reincarnation drama.
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Korean Dramas on Prime Video

4. May I Help You (IMDB 7.7/10)

This Amazon Original follows the story of Baek Dong-Joo (Lee Hyeri), a funeral director who has a supernatural power that lets her see and talk to the dead. She meets Kim Jib-Sa (Lee Joon-young), an employee of the errand company ‘Ildangbaek’ and they get entangled in a life-and-death situation after a request from the dead.
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Jang Dong Yoon and Nana in My man is cupid (Korean drama)

5. My Man Is Cupid (IMDb 7.2/10)

This Amazon Original follows an ancient fairy story revolving around Sang-Hyeok, a cupid accidentally shoots himself and falls in love with a woman born with no red thread of love. However, their love story is far from straightforward, involving complicated past lives and a series of mysterious serial killings.
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Bae Suzy in Anna (Korean drama)

6. Anna (IMDb 7.5/10)

Anna is the story of a woman, Yoo Mi, who ends up living a completely different life due to a petty lie.
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From the epic new series Fallout and the romantic Música, to Dune: Part Two, Immaculate and The Zone Of Interest, it's going to be an action-packed month.

All of these titles and more are available to stream on Prime Video, which is included with a Prime membership, priced at $9.99 per month or $79 annually.

You can watch Prime Video on a wide array of compatible devices. Streaming is made easy, whether it's directly from the web or via the Prime Video app on your smartphone, tablet, set-top box, game console, or selected smart TVs.

Included in a Prime membership are titles like The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Mr. and Mrs. Smith, Reacher, and Saltburn. As well as award-winning Australian series The Lost Flowers Of Alice Hart and Deadloch. There are also plenty of selections to rent or buy, like Barbie and Oppenheimer.

And that’s not all. There’s a huge library with new content uploaded constantly, so there’s always something fresh for you to stream.