More Unscripted Korean Content Coming to Netflix


Netflix has revealed it will be releasing content from at least eight Korean unscripted titles this year.

Among the titles coming to the streamer this year is the dating show Single’s Inferno, which will return with a third season that features rule changes and a new location.

Another dating series, Nineteen to Twenty will provide “a never-before-seen style of reality show,” according to Netflix, and will evoke romantic memories of youth.

The 2023 Netflix slate also includes the survival series Physical: 100 and Siren: Survive the Island. The latter sees teams of Korea’s fittest women with different backgrounds and occupations fight to survive on an uninhabited island.

Netflix worked with Jeong Jong-yeon, who pioneered Korea’s survival shows based on mind games, for The Devil’s Plan.

The unique survival show Zombieverse will come to Netflix as well. Contestants will fight for survival as Seoul comes under a zombie attack. To make the set more realistic, the art team from All of Us Are Dead was involved and the zombies were trained by the choreographers of Kingdom.