With the Hallyu Wave crashing through the west, it's no surprise that the demand for Korean content has been steadily growing. TV shows, in particular, are getting more popular thanks to their charm and variety. But that said, Korean content isn't as easy to access as you'd think. Not all streaming services carry Korean shows, which is why we thought we'd make a list of those that do.
Netflix is by far your best bet when it comes to Korean fare. Not only has it partnered with local studios like JTBC and tVN, but it also produces Korean content in-house (Squid Game, anyone?). If you're looking to take a very deep dive into this category, you might also want to check out Asian sites KocowaTV and Viki, which have the most number of titles and recent releases from the country. We've also included the likes of AppleTV+ which, while only having two Korean series at the moment, show a lot of quality and promise with what they have (Pachinko remains one of the best shows, in our book). Read on to see which streaming services made our cut.