As ‘Alchemy Of Souls’ Comes To A Close, Here Are 5 Eerie Korean Dramas You May Watch Instead

The final episode of the popular South Korean drama “Alchemy of Souls,” which has been airing on tv and is available internationally on Netflix, will air on August 28 at 9:10 pm KST (8:10 am ET), in Seoul. Recent reports have fans of the tv original show ecstatic because it will shortly release a second part of the season with 10 additional episodes this December.

Even though the second season of “Alchemy of Souls” will reportedly only consist of 10 episodes, viewers are eager to watch how the creators combine actress Go Yoon-character Jung with that of Jung So-Naksu. min’s In “Alchemy of Souls,” we tag along on the adventures of an elite assassin named Naksu, whose mind is imprisoned in the body of a servant named Mudeok, who is noticeably frailer and less powerful than Naksu.

The show is a supernatural fantasy drama set in the made-up country of Daeho, and it follows the lives of a group of teenage magicians as they learn to cope with the consequences of a black magic spell that permits souls to switch bodies. After a steady increase in viewers from the start despite a brief hiatus of only one week, the critically acclaimed K-drama “Alchemy of Souls” is finally coming to a conclusion.

The Odyssey Of Korea

The 2017 Korean drama “A Korean Odessey” spans 20 episodes and chronicles the quest for good in the world from the perspectives of two rival magi, Son Oh-gong and Woo Ma-wang. A part of 5 supernatural K-dramas.

The Odyssey Of Korea
The Odyssey Of Korea

Kingdom

‘Kingdom: Ashin of the North’ is a historical thriller/horror K-drama that takes place during the Joseon dynasty, and its two seasons (airing in 2019 and 2020) have a total of 12 episodes. King Lee Chang’s son, Crown Prince Lee Chang, is labeled a traitor after the monarch’s death and is banned from mourning his father’s passing. Lee Chang and his guard, who are trapped in a village afflicted by a horrible disease, set out to find the last physician able to treat the King. A part of 5 supernatural K-dramas.

Kingdom
Kingdom

The Great And Lonely God, The Guardian (Goblin)

The 2017 romance fantasy K-drama that swept the K-drama globe was titled “Goblin,” and it followed the narrative of a 900-year-old Goblin who was cursed with immortality. The only way to free him from his curse is to pull the sword from his chest. And since she is the only one who can actually see the blade, his wife is the only person who can break the curse. There are a total of 16 episodes of “Goblin” and three bonus specials. A part of 5 supernatural K-dramas.

The Great And Lonely God, The Guardian (Goblin)

Magical Temporary Bar

The ill-tempered Weol-Ju is the proprietor of the bar in the upcoming 12-episode Korean drama, “Mystic Pop-up Bar,” set to air in 2020. Chief Gwi, a former afterlife detective, and Kang-bae, a part-time employee, also work at the bar. People who frequent the tavern have reported seeing Chief Gwi in their dreams, and he has helped them out on more than one occasion. By harnessing Kang-special bae’s abilities, Weol-Ju is on a mission to appease the vengeance of a hundred thousand souls. A part of 5 supernatural K-dramas.

Magical Temporary Bar
Magical Temporary Bar

Fable Of The Nine-Headed Cat

The Korean fantasy drama “The Tale of the Nine Taled,” set to air for 16 episodes in 2020, has been renewed for a second season and will return with a new season debut date soon. The drama chronicles the adventures of the legendary gumiho, or nine-tailed fox, Lee Yeon. Lee Yeon, a half-human, half-fox being, has a deep desire to reconnect with the human version of his first love. A part of 5 supernatural K-dramas.

Fable Of The Nine-Headed Cat

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