Netflix to broadcast new and returning Korean reality series

Netflix to broadcast new and returning Korean reality series
Netflix’s growing unscripted lineup includes several K-Content titles.

This year, Netflix will release at least eight Korean unscripted titles, double that of last year, starting with dating reality show Single’s Inferno for a third season, with changes in rules and location to further spice up the romantic roulettes.
The first season became the first Korean unscripted show to debut on the Global Top 10 Non-English TV list. Following suit this year, Season 2 featured in the Global Top 10 for four weeks, and pulled in even higher viewing hours.

Another title is Nineteen to Twenty, a reality entertainment show that tracks the fresh and youthful lives of Generation Z in their last week of being 19 just before they turn 20. Physical:100 an extreme survival entertainment program designed to find the best physique with the strongest physical capabilities,  followed by Siren: Survive the Island, where teams of Korea’s fittest women with different backgrounds (occupation) fight to survive on an uninhabited island.

The Devil’s Plan a  game survival entertainment show that awards up to 500 million Korean won to the winner. Participants including celebrities and influencers and recruits of this game begin with the devil’s suggestion to take off their social masks and reveal one’s true identity.

Zombieverse, where contestants are fighting for survival as Seoul comes under a zombie attack. 

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