New K-Dramas on Netflix in February 2022

We have a full preview for all of the exciting K-Dramas coming to Netflix in February 2022.

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January 2022 was a great way to kick start the new year, and February 2022 is already shaping up to be another excellent and exciting month for K-Drama fans on Netflix.

In case you missed it we have also been keeping track of all of the K-Dramas coming to Netflix in January 2022.

N = Netflix Original

New K-Drama Movie on Netflix in February 2022

Love and Leashes (2022) N

Director: Park Hyun Jin
Genre:  Comedy, Romance | Runtime: 118 Minutes
Cast: Seo Hyun, Lee Jun Young, Kim Bo R

While the name comes with a raunchy punch, don’t expect to see the same level of steaminess and kink like 50 Shades of Grey or 365 Days. However, we do think the name alone of Love and Leashes will be enough to catch the interest of many subscribers from around the world.

Despite his straight-laced, cold, and blunt demeanor, Jung Ji Hoo is still adored by his female co-workers. One day, his co-worker Ji Woo, mistakenly opens a package of Ji Hoo’s, accidentally revealing for all the world to see one of his sexual fetishes. Passing it off as owning a pet, in secret, Ji Hoo and Ji Woo arrange a contract, that begins a racy romance and the indulgence of Ji Hoo’s fetish for slave/master fantasies.

New Original K-Drama Series on Netflix in February 2022

Seasons: 1 | Episodes: TBA
Genre: Crime, Drama | Runtime: TBA
Cast: Kim Hye Soo, Kim Mu Yeol, Lee Sung Min, Lee Jung Eun, Park Jong Hwan
Netflix Release Date: Friday, February 25th, 2022

We were previously lead to believe that Juvenile Justice was coming in January 2022, but with increasingly little to no news throughout the month it shouldn’t come as a surprise that the release date has now been revealed for February 2022 instead.

A judge who is infamously known for their dislike towards juveniles becomes the newly appointed judge of a juvenile court in the Yeonhwa District. A victim of juvenile crime in her youth, she faces various cases involving juvenile delinquents and other youths, which helps her discover what it truly means to be an adult.

New Weekly K-Dramas on Netflix in February 2022

Forecasting Love and Weather (Season 1) N

Seasons: 1 | Episodes: 16
Genre: Romantic, Comedy | Runtime: 60 Minutes
Cast: Park Min Young, Song Kang, Yoon Park, Yura, Kim Mi Kyung
Netflix Premiere Date: Saturday, February 12th, 2022 | New Episodes: Saturday & Sunday

Song Kang will be starring in his fifth Netflix Original, making him one of the most recognizable South Korean actors on the platform. With the inclusion of tvN’s Twenty Five Twenty One, Saturdays and Sundays are going to be fantastic for k-dramas fans on Netflix.

At the Korea Meteorological Administration, Korea’s national weather forecast service, Jin Ha Kyung, has alienated herself, by choice, from the rest of her colleagues as she prefers to play things by the book, and keep personal and professional lives separate. However, when the free-spirited Lee Shi Woo is employed, he impresses Jin Ha Kyung, through his intelligence and his obsession with the weather, he slowly begins to break down the barriers that Jin Ha Kyung has built around her heart.

Twenty Five Twenty One (Season 1) N

Seasons: 1 | Episodes: 16
Genre: Romantic, Comedy, | Runtime: 70 Minutes
Cast: Nam Joo Hyuk, Kim Tae Ri, Bona, Choi Hyun Wook, Lee Joo Myung
Netflix Premiere Date: Saturday, February 12th, 2022 | New Episodes: Saturday & Sunday

Netflix’s next weekly tvN drama will be a flash to the past of life in the early 2000s. We expect the drama to be extremely popular this spring, and ratings hit.

The dreams of two young people are crushed by an overwhelming financial crisis in the 1990s. But when they reunite at the ages of 25 and 21, the spirited pair finds friendship and affection in times of adversity as they venture into adulthood together.

Thirty-Five (Season 1) N

Seasons: 1 | Episodes: 12
Genre: Drama | Runtime: 70 Minutes
Cast: Son Ye Jin, Jeon Mi Do, Kim Ji Hyun, Yeon Woo Jin, Lee Moo Saeng
Netflix Premiere Date: Wednesday, February 16th, 2022 | New Episodes: Wednesday & Thursday

Crash Landing on You actress Son Ye Jin returns to television for the first time in two years. The series is the second jTBC drama to drop on Netflix in February 2022.

Three women, who each met other during their second year in high school, have remained friends for years and are now all on the verge of turning 40. With such a landmark birthday on the horizon, there are still lots the trio wishes to achieve such as lessons in love, careers, and family matters.

Returning Weekly K-Dramas on Netflix in February 2022

Bulgasal: Immortal Souls (Season 1) N

Seasons: 1 | Episodes: 16
Genre: Fantasy, Romantic | Runtime: 60 Minutes
Cast: Lee Jin Wook, Kwon Na Ra, Lee Joon, Gong Seung Yeon, Jung Jin Young
Netflix Finale Date: Sunday, February 6th, 2022

While Bulgasal hasn’t been a smash hit with the ratings on tvN, the series has still performed extremely well on Netflix. With half the season left to go, there’s still plenty of time to attract an even bigger audience for the k-drama.

Over 600 years ago, Dan Hwal while working under the Joseon Dynasty as a military official is turned into a bulgasal, a mythical creature cursed with immortality that is forced to feed off human blood. Several hundred years later, Dan Hwal runs into Min Sang Woon, a former bulgasal, who was reincarnated as a human and fled into hiding, but her life of secrecy is now at threat. In the shadows, Ok Eul Tae, another bulgasal, has spent his immortal life acquiring wealth and uses his vast fortune to manipulate politicians, businessmen, and the media, making him one of the most powerful figures in Korea.

Which K-Dramas will you be watching on Netflix in February 2022? Let us know in the comments below!

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Jacob joined What's on Netflix in 2018 as a fulltime writer having worked in numerous other industries until that point. Jacob covers all things Netflix whether that's TV or movies but specializes in covering new anime and K-dramas. Resides in Norwich in the United Kingdom.