K-dramas: ‘Little Women’ adaptation soon on Netflix, Here’s when

K-dramas: 'Little Women' adaptation soon on Netflix, Here's when

It will be a big hit when it hits the OTT platforms, Little Women is soon going to be available for you all on Netflix.

Since early days, from stage to big screens, there have been numerous adaptations of Louisa May Alcott’s Little Women.

This will be for the first time in history that this story will be adapted into a K-Drama for Netflix. Interestingly it is coming in August 2022.

Little Women is an upcoming internationally licensed South Korean drama series. It is a modern adaptation of Louisa May Alcott’s beloved novel of the same name.

All the Korean dramas are popular for their emotional connection. It was a covid-19 pandemic and the years saw the arrival and popularity of K-dramas in our homes.

Famous South Korean actress Kim Sae-ron has now taken a big decision to quit the cast of the upcoming K-drama Trolley. This comes after her recent drunk driving incident.

Kim has been booked under charges of a drunk driving. And this decision was reached the same morning. The actress is currently being investigated for her alleged drunk driving case under the influence (DUI) with footage of the incident.

Just after this incident, the production team behind Trolley released a statement announcing that Kim has officially left the cast of the in-production K-drama series.

Moreover, Kim’s agency has also issued an official apology regarding this incident. K-dramas are so popular that they are now being watched and enjoyed worldwide. Even the BTS have their favourites.

Some of the BTS members keep sharing with their ARMY their favorite K-Dramas and films. Park Ji-min, popularly known as Jimin, too loves watching movies and K-Dramas. Let’s have a look at the list of five K-dramas and movies recommended by your favourite Jimin.

Our Blues

Jimin and his friend, singer Ha Sung Woon, released With You, an OST for the tvN K-drama – Our Blues, a 2022 K-drama. Our Blues showcases characters who live and work on Jeju Island. The show features Kim Woo Bin, Han Ji Min, and others.

The Notebook

Everyone has that one movie that they watch over and over again. For Jimin, The Notebook is a movie which he can watch over and over again. Yes, he watched it seven times.

A 2004 romantic film, The Notebook is based on a novel by Nicholas Sparks with the same name. It features Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams as a couple in the 1940s.

Sky Castle

Jimin is a fan of Sky Castle just like other BTS members Suga and RM. The 2018-2019 K-drama narrates the story of wealthy parents who would do anything to ensure their children’s success and take their family’s social status to new heights.

Cold Eyes

Cold Eyes is a 2013 action thriller, which shows a team of detectives from a special crime unit and they are on a mission to track down a dangerous criminal gang. It is a South Korean remake of the 2007 Hong Kong movie Eye in the Sky.

One Piece

Jimin once received a One Piece (Roronoa Zoro) action figure for his birthday which made him super happy! One Piece is a Japanese anime series featuring Monkey D. Luffy, a boy whose body becomes like rubber when he eats a Devil Fruit. Monkey D. Luffy and his crew go on a quest to find a treasure left behind by a famous pirate, Gold Roger.

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