Netflix has done it again. Hot on the heels of smash hits such as Crash Landing On You, The King: Eternal Monarch and It’s Okay Not To Be Okay, the streaming giant has added Record Of Youth to its burgeoning roster of notable Korean dramas that we’d happily spend our weekends binge-watching.
Making its debut on South Korean cable channel TVN on Sept 7, the ongoing 16-episode series stars Park Bo-gum, Park So-dam and Byeon Woo-seok as 20-something hopefuls from various societal backgrounds looking for their next big break in the entertainment industry.
From the looks of it, Record of Youth is a slickly produced drama that boasts the same standards we’ve come to expect of productions hailing from the land of K-beauty brands, BTS and Blackpink. Here, we list the reasons why you should include the show in your playlist of Netflix favourites.
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