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Netflix Adds Crash Landing on You (aka Love’s Emergency Landing) to its Lineup

Korean drama Crash Landing on You Is Coming to Netflix
Crash Landing on You Is Coming to Netflix, image @yejinhand

Well, for everyone who has been wondering and guessing as to who will get Hyun Bin and Son Yejin’s upcoming drama Crash landing on You (aka Crash landed Love aka Love’s Emergency Landing) to the streaming site, Netflix has landed it. This goes along with Netflix’s pretty aggressive campaign to purchase a good amount of Korean dramas as well as increase its own original programming of Korean dramas.

I am pretty excited for this TV show because it is by the writer of My Love From Another Star, so you know it will be quirky, and it has two actors who excel in romances with Hyun Bin and Son Yejin. Their character descriptions are also pretty fun because they both are at the top of their game in their lives. He is a major player in the North Korea military with a very good life ahead of him and she is basically living a life close to Royalty in South Korea. When they meet, their lives will be flipped upside down.

The aggressive push by Netflix to command the international Korean drama market might have something to do with Disney Plus stepping into take a whole slew of their streaming projects away, as well as other major players creating their own streaming sites for their content. But I think no one really hurts as much as Disney. Disney owns everything y’all. Pixar, all the Marvel characters (except Spiderman), all their Disney characters, all of Star Wars, Avatar, Fox Studios, Hulu, FX and I’m sure there are other things I am missing.

Other original shows Netflix plans on airing soon are a science fiction romance My Holo Love, the supernatural action drama The School Nurse Files, a stand-up series named Park Narae: Glamor Warning and the well received zombie series Kingdom which is set to air its second season in early 2020.

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  1. Jane M
    October 23, 2019 / 7:18 pm

    I just hope Netflix doesn’t make a habit of dubbing English voices over the Korean actors instead of providing subtitles (like they did with My First First Love). I couldn’t watch that because I missed Ji Soo’s voice too much!!!

    • Anonymous
      October 23, 2019 / 7:30 pm

      You can change the audio to Korean

      • V
        October 23, 2019 / 8:57 pm

        Yes, he default might be English dubbed, but I also think you can switch the audio to the original Korean. At least that is what it was like for Kingdom.

        • Jane M
          October 23, 2019 / 9:39 pm

          Thank you!!! It is literally the only Korean show on Netflix that had the settings that way automatically. I have never had that problem with another one. Now I will check this if it happens again.

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