3 Korean titles to look forward to on Netflix PH in September!

It’s September, the sixth month of quarantine. We may have gone really lethargic at this point, but fret not because it’s normal! Thankfully, we’re getting new Korean shows that we can binge-watch, enjoy, and help us cope with what is happening to the world around us (say thank you, Netflix)!

So we’re listing the Korean titles — series and movie alike — that are coming to us this month!

Record of Youth

September 7

This Korean drama series talks about the lives of three young people — two models and a makeup artist — as they all race towards their dreams. It stars Park Bogum, Park Sodam, and Byeon Wooseok.

| READ ALSO: “Record of Youth” available on Netflix PH next month


September 8

A 2020 zombie film first released in Korea in June, #Alive will be available worldwide, including the Philippines, on September 8! It’s a story about a gamer’s struggle to survive as he is forced to stay in his flat and confront zombies trying to break in. #Alive stars Yoo Ah-in and Park Shinhye.

The School Nurse Files

September 25

A Netflix original fantasy-comedy series, The School Nurse Files tells the story about a nurse teacher with the special ability to see and fight jelly-like ghosts who is appointed to a new high school where mysterious incidents happen. It stars Jung Yumi and Nam Joohyuk.


Which of these shows are you the most excited about? Let us know in the comments! Meanwhile, you can also watch the list of other new titles coming to Netflix Philippines this month below:

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