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    Here Are The 7 K-Dramas And Korean Films You Need To Watch This February

    Are you excited for Dear M?

    February is here and with it comes the release of seven brand new K-Dramas and Korean films on Netflix and Viki!

    1. Space Sweepers

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    Release Date: Feb. 5

    Starring: Song Joong-Ki, Kim Tae-ri, Jin Seon-kyu, and Yoo Hae-jin.

    What it's about: Set in 2092, Space Sweepers sees a ragtag team of scavengers aboard the spaceship Victory — Tae-ho (Song Joong-ki), Captain Jang (Kim Tae-ri), Tiger Park (Seon-kyu Jin), and Robot (Hae-Jin Yoo) — discover a child named Dorothy on one of their explorations. But there's more to Dorothy than meets the eye — though she might look like an adorable child on the outside, she's actually a humanoid weapon capable of mass destruction. Seeing an opportunity to earn more money, the group agrees to trade Dorothy and embarks on an unforgettable journey that might just end with them saving the world.

    Where to watch: Netflix

    2. Hello, Me!

    Hello Me poster featuring Hani as both an adult and teenager looking at one another

    3. River Where the Moon Rises

    Ji Soo and Kim So Hyun look at each other in the poster for River Where the Moon Rises

    4. Sisyphus

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    Release Date: Feb. 17

    Starring: Cho Seung-woo and Park Shin-hye.

    What it's about: Genius engineer Han Tae-sul (Cho Seung-woo) has it all. Not only is he the co-founder of the world class Quantum and Time Company, but he's also known for his dashing good looks and impressive coding skills too. When he begins to search for new clues relating to the mysterious death of his older brother, he is joined by strong-willed soldier Kang Seo-hae (Park Shin-hye) on a mission that defies time and space.

    Where to watch: Netflix

    5. Vincenzo

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    Release Date: Feb. 20

    Starring: Song Joong-ki, Jeon Yeo-been, and 2PM's Ok Taec-yeon.

    What it's about: Vincenzo Casano (Song Joong-ki) is an Italian lawyer and Mafia consigliere who returns to South Korea after a deadly conflict within the organization. It's there he meets Hong Cha-young (Jeon Yeo-been), a quick-witted lawyer who will do anything to succeed. The two team up together to punish villains who evade justice and develop feelings for each other along the way.

    Where to watch: Netflix

    6. Dear M

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    Release Date: Feb. 26

    Starring: Park Hye-su, NCT's Jeong Jae-hyun, Roh Jeong-eui, and Bae Hyun-sung.

    What it's about: When a romantic, anonymous letter is uploaded onto their university's online community platform by someone named "M," four friends join a campus-wide search to uncover the person's real identity. Throughout their search, the group navigates growing up, friendships, university life, and even some heart-fluttering romances of their very own. Dear M is based off the popular web series Love Playlist.

    Where to watch: Viki

    7. How to Be Thirty

    적당히 교묘하고 적당히 똑똑해졌지만, 여전히 방황하고 흔들리는 나이 서른 여러분의 곁에서 함께 고민하고 성장할 서른이들을 만나보세요😘 <#아직낫서른> 2/23일(화) 오후 5시 #카카오TV 첫 공개! #정인선 #강민혁 #안희연 #송재림 #차민지 #백성철 #서른 #첫사랑 #로맨스 #연애 #어른

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    Release Date: TBD

    Starring: EXID’s Hani (Ahn Hee-yeon), Song Jae-rim, CNBLUE’s Kang Min-hyuk, and Jung In-sun.

    What it's about: How to Be Thirty is about just that... navigating your 30s! The romantic comedy highlights the lives of a group of friends in their 30s who strive to balance both love and their careers. That includes 30-year-old Seo Ji-won (Jung In-sun), a webtoon author has worked tirelessly throughout the years to make a name for herself. Sparks fly when she meets her publisher, Lee Seung-yoo (CNBLUE's Kang Min-hyuk), who also happens to be her first love from back in middle school.

    Where to watch: Viki

    Which of these movies are you planning to watch? Let us know in the comments!