Why Her?, also known as Why Oh Soo-jae, is a romantic melodrama with a dash of mystery that kept us on the edge of our seats for the first season. We couldn’t get enough of the Korean drama, so we are waiting for Why Her Season 2. But will there be a 2nd season of the kdrama? Here’s everything we know, keep scrolling down.
Why Her? first aired on June 3, 2022 and tells the story of Oh Soo-jae, a successful lawyer who’s driven by her desire to win cases and is so talented that she becomes the youngest partner at the law firm TK. However, when she gets involved in an unexpected case, she’s demoted and works as an adjunct professor at Seojung University law school where she meets Gong Chan, who falls in love with her. Without much ado, let’s dive into the content!
Why Her Season 2 Release Date
Unfortunately, there’s no official announcement yet for Why Her Season 2. The 16-episode first season of the kdrama ended on July 23, 2022, so it’s a pretty short time to announce the renewal. The producers might take into account the worldwide ratings of Why Her? to decide whether to extend the series or not. So, we’ll have to wait to find out if there will be a follow-up of Why Her? We’ll keep you updated with the latest news about Why Her Season 2, stay tuned.
Where Can I Watch Why Her 2022?
The kdrama series aired on SBS every Friday and Saturday at 10:00 PM on SBS until July 23. Global audiences can watch Why Her 2022 online on Viu and Rakuten Viki. Both platforms are free.
What Is The Most Watched Korean Drama in Netflix?
According to reports, the most watched Korean drama on Netflix in 2022 is All of Us Are Dead. The kdrama was released on January 28, 2022 with its 12-episode first season, which was watched for over 474.26 million hours in its first 30 days on the service. Subsequently, the series was renewed for a 2nd season on June 6, 2022. The series was rated 7.5 on IMDb and has an 83% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes with 23 reviews.
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All of Us Are Dead is a zombie apocalyptic kdrama set in a local high school where a zombie apocalypse breaks out and threatens the safety of the students. A failed science experiment causes the zombie outbreak and traps the students in the school, where they have no food or water and communication from the government is cut off. They have to use the equipment in the school to protect themselves in the middle of a battlefield or they will become part of the infected.
There are some other South Korean TV series that has become very popular since the first months of 2022 that you can stream while waiting for Why Her Season 2. One of them is Business Proposal, a romantic comedy that premiered on February 28, 2022. It was a commercial success, landing at #6 on Netflix’s weekly viewership chart for non-English TV series for the week of March 7-13. It’s about Shin Ha-ri, an employee who goes on a blind date instead of her friend, but finds out that her date is actually her boss.
Another of the most watched Korean dramas on Netflix is Twenty Five Twenty One. The romantic coming-of-age series was released on February 12, 2022, and became one of the most watched dramas in the history of Korean cable television. It also spent ten consecutive weeks in Netflix’s global top 10. The series chronicles the love lives of five characters from 1998 to 2021 and depicts the period of the IMF crisis in South Korea.
Money Heist: Korea – Joint Economic Area is one of the most watched Korean dramas on Netflix that we can’t leave out. Money Heist: Korea is based on the original Spanish series and is about a hostage crisis on the unified Korean peninsula involving an ingenious strategist and people with different personalities and abilities. Most of the characters from the original series remain unchanged in the Korean adaptation. The series was included in the weekly Global Top 10 list of most-watched international Netflix TV shows and ranked first in the top 10 list of 51 countries.
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