3 New K-Content Coming to Netflix in July 2024
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3 New K-Content Coming to Netflix in July 2024

From the final season of Sweet Home to the release of Wonderland and Eve worldwide, Netflix has another set of K-content for viewers this July 2024.

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Two of Netflix’s K-dramas for June 2024 have made it to the streamer’s top 10 non-English TV list, with Hierarchy now sitting at No. 3 with 2.5 million views and Miss Night and Day at No. 6 with 1.8 million views. As the month of July now begins, the streaming giant has released its list of new K-content for July 2024, and they can potentially be the new favorites. From the final season of Sweet Home to the sci-fi movie Wonderland, here are what fans should watch out for.

1 Sweet Home Season 3

Song Kang will soon return in Sweet Home Season 3 to reprise his role as the neohuman Cha Hyun-su. After fighting off several monsters and humans, including Lee Jin-wook’s Pyeon Sang-wook in the previous season, he will now get the help of Lee Do-hyun’s Lee Eun-hyuk. Despite the doubts that Eun-hyuk will be a villain this time, he has proven himself to remain an ally after the teaser for the show’s final season sees him siding with Hyun-su.

By the looks of it, the two will fight against Sang-wook as the neohumans will face difficult choices amid the end of monsterization and the rise of a new humanity. As the world reels on the fine line between monsters and humans, the final season will reveal who between these two races will survive. Sweet Home Season 3 is set to release on July 19.

2 Wonderland

Park Bo-gum and Bae Suzy will soon return to Netflix for the new sci-fi movie Wonderland. First released in South Korea on June 5, 2024, the streamer now gets the rights to release the film globally. The film tells the story of the video call service called Wonderland, which connects users to their late loved ones through artificial intelligence.

Here, Suzy plays the role of Jeong-in, a flight attendant who wants to talk to her boyfriend in comatose Tae-joo (Bo-gum). The movie also features Bail Li as Tang Wei, who uses the service to speak to her daughter after her demise, Jung Yu-mi as Hae-ri, and Choi Woo-shik as Hyeon-soo. Netflix has yet to reveal Wonderland’s release date.

3 Eve

tvN’s hit 2022 K-drama, Eve, is about to hit Netflix. Airing from June 1 to July 21, 2022, the 16-episode series tells the story of Seo Yea-ji’s Lee La-el as she gets in the middle of a controversial ₩2 trillion divorce lawsuit that shocks the entire nation. A daughter of a chaebol family, she’s now seeking vengeance against those who killed her parents when she was a child.

Aside from Yea-ji, the show also features Park Byung-eun as Kang Yoon-gyeon, Yoo Sun as Han So-ra, and Lee Sang-yeob as Seo Eun-pyung in the lead. After Yoo Sun won the APAN Star Awards’ Excellence Award, Actress in a Miniseries for her role as the daughter of South Korea’s highest-ranking politician, viewers worldwide are about to see what this show got. So far, Netflix has yet to reveal when Eve will be released.


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Though only a few, there’s no denying that viewers are up for a great watch of K-drama content on Netflix this July. From horror to revenge drama and sci-fi, Netflix makes sure it got you covered.

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