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Goodbye Earth Release: Ahead of its release today, here are some Korean drama suggestions similar to this sci-fi thriller

Goodbye Earth Release: If you like Korean dramas in this category, you probably won’t be surprised to hear that there are many more to choose from.

New Delhi: Many impressive Korean dramas have long been available on Netflix. For K-dramas lovers, the new sci-fi Netflix series Goodbye Earth is high on the list of anticipated shows for the year.

The film’s director, Kim Jin Min, took inspiration from the best-selling book The Fool at the End of the World by Kotaro Isaka, a Japanese author. Today, April 26, 2024, is the big release day for Netflix’s apocalyptic drama, which depicts the widespread fear and terror in the days leading up to the great catastrophe.

Plot of Goodbye Earth

In two hundred days, our world will be wiped out by an asteroid that is heading straight for it. Life in the Korean town in its last days is the story’s central focus. In the days leading up to the dramatic astronomical disaster, the villagers will face a wide variety of enemies, including escaped inmates, protesters, and young students and their mentors.

If you like Korean dramas in this category, you probably won’t be surprised to hear that there are many more to choose from.

1. Sisyphus: The Myth (2021)

A mysterious event brings a great scientist to deadly global secrets and a woman from the future seeking him. Quantum and Time co-founder Han Tae Sul is a talented scientist and coder. Kang Seo Hae survived a dismal future. She returns to rescue Han Tae Sul and the globe using her warlord survival abilities.

2. SF8: Baby It’s Over Outside (2020)

Only one week remains till the end of the world. As the apocalypse draws near, individuals unveil a wide range of latent talents, including psychic skills. Along with Kim Nam Woo, Hye Hwa seeks to save the world from apocalypse. This Korean drama makes you wonder whether the people and the world.

3. Pandora (2016)

A quiet South Korean city has a nuclear power facility. Except for Jae Hyuk, who tragically lost both his father and brother in a coolant exposure accident at the nuclear power plant, all the townspeople are grateful to the facility. The nuclear power plant deteriorates, as an earthquake breaks ancient pipelines and explodes hydrogen gas. Jae Hyuk enters the nuclear power plant to rescue his people from the atomic blast.

4. D-Day (2015)

Seoul’s unexpected 6.5-magnitude earthquake destroyed roads and buildings and blocked paramedics from reaching victims. Korea is unprepared for such a major tragedy and can only observe and listen to the screams for rescue. The skilled surgeon Hae Sung, the doctor Ddol Mi, and Woo Jin rush into crises, hanging onto hope in the most terrible circumstances and taking all kinds of risks to save lives.

5. The End of the World (2013)

There is a 100% death rate due to an unknown illness that hits Seoul. No one knows about their survival. The M(Moon) virus is still a mystery, but the Korea Center for Disease Control has begun studying it. Joo Heon has the incisive intuition of the KCDC’s Sherlock Holmes. They enrolled Na Hyun, another investigator, in their investigation.