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K-Dramas after Vincenzo: Lawless Lawyer and The Fiery Priest

Loved ‘Vincenzo’? Here Are 10 K-Dramas You Should Watch Next

Which of these dramas are you adding to your lists?

We’re now approaching the end of the hit K-drama Vincenzo! With 2 more episodes left, we can only imagine just how sad and empty our Saturdays and Sundays will be once it finally ends. So before you get to feel that emptiness, it’s probably going to be best if you start looking for the next drama you’ll be binge-watching at home!

Whether you loved Vincenzo for its humor, its anti-hero leads, or its overall story, we’re giving you 10 other dramas you can watch to help fill the void in our hearts after the drama.

Lawless Lawyer

Lawless Lawyer centers on Bong Sang Pil, who grew up living the life of a gangster. However, after his mother dies tragically, he becomes determined to avenge her death. He then uses the skills from his gangster life as he fights for justice, going after people who think they’re above the law. He ends up working with Ha Jae Yi, another lawyer who works hard to pay off her father’s debts. The two end up handling a case that involves a powerful senior judge and a former gangster.

Lee Joon Gi, Seo Ye Ji, Lee Hye Young, and Choi Min Soo star in this drama.

Where to Watch: Viu


Chief Kim

Chief Kim is a K-drama which comes from Vincenzo‘s writer, Park Jae Bum. It follows a skilled accountant named Kim Sung Ryong who also works for gangster. He starts working at the accounting department of a company with the intention of embezzling money from them. However, as he does so, he gets involved in office politics, and he realizes that he’d rather fight for the employees’ rights than complete the mission for the gang.

This drama stars Namgoon Min, Nam Sang Mi, Lee Jun Ho, Jung Hye Sung, and more.

Where to Watch: Netflix

The Fiery Priest

The Fiery Priest is about an EX-NIS agent turned priest named Kim Hae Il is known for being rude and making spiteful remarks. After the mysterious death of an elderly priest, he works with a shy detective Koo Dae Young and a prosecutor named Park Kyung Sun to solve the case. In the process, he also ends up taking down the gangsters and corrupt officials in the city.

This is another drama from the writer of Vincenzo and stars Kim Nam Gil, Kim Sung Kyun, Lee Ha Nee, Go Joon, Geum Sae Rok, and more.

Where to Watch: Netflix


Hyena is about two lawyers who work for the richest people in society. It follows Jung Geum Ja – a lawyer who will use every sexy trick in the book to make money even through evil means. She then finds a rival in Yoon Hee Jae, a world-class lawyer with an ego. The two lawyers, despite their differences, transform into hyenas in service of the clients who are the crème de la crème of society. 

This drama stars Kim Hye Soo, Ju Ji Hoon, Lee Kyung Young, Kim Ho Jung, and more.

Where to Watch: Netflix

Man to Man

Man to Man centers on Yeo Woon Gwang, a celebrity who hires Kim Seol Woo as his bodyguard. What Woon Gwang doesn’t know is that Seol Woo is a NIS black ops agent who disguises as a bodyguard to achieve his goals. The drama shows the events the two characters encounter, as well as the bromance that forms between them.

Park Hae Jin, Park Sung Woong, Kim Min Jung, Yeon Jung Hoon star as the leads of this drama.

Where to Watch: Netflix

Legal High is a remake of a popular 2012 Japanese drama. It follows a lawyer named Go Tae Rim, who is known for being arrogant and having a 100% winning rate. He meets the rookie lawyer Seo Jae, who wants to help clients in unfair situations. Upon realizing that lawyers who do not win cases are useless, she decides to work with Go Tae Rim. This drama stars Jin Goo, Seo Eun Soo, Yoon Park, Chae Jung An, and Jung Sang Hoon.

Where to Watch: Netflix

Terrius Behind Me

This 2018 drama is about a single mother named Go Ae Rin, who lives in an apartment across Kim Bon — a former NIS agent who’s gone into hiding after the death of the woman he loves. After Ae Rin’s husband dies because of a mysterious incident, Ae Rin and Kim Bon start working together to uncover a huge conspiracy.

Terrius Behind Me stars So Ji Sub, Jung In Sun, Song Ho Jun, Im Se Mi, and more.

Where to Watch: Netflix


In this drama, Ji Chang Wook plays Seo Jung Hoo — a special kind of night courier known as the “Healer”. With the help of a hacker, he gets the job done for the clients, as long as it doesn’t involve murder. As he is working on his latest job, he encounters the second-rate tabloid writer Chae Young Shin and the reporter Kim Moon Ho. He then begins to uncover the mystery of what ties them to these two reporters.

This drama stars Ji Chang Wook, Park Min Young, Yoo Ji Tae, Kim Mi Kyung, Park Sang Won, and more.

Where to Watch: Netflix / Viu / Viki

The K2

The K2 is about the mercenary soldier Kim Je Ha, also known as “K2”. After getting accused of killing his girlfriend in Iraq, he becomes a fugitive, going back to Korea to work as a bodyguard for Choi Yoo Jin, wife of the presidential candidate Jang Se Joon. He then uses his job to plan his revenge on Se Joon’s rival, who he also believes is the one behind the death of his girlfriend.

JI Chang Wook also star in this drama, alongside Im Yoon Ah, Song Yoon Ah, Jo Sung Ha, and Kim Gab Soo.

Where to Watch: Netflix / Viu

Heartless City

Heartless City is a K-drama about betrayal, love, and revenge, as well as the life of drug cartels. It centers on Jung Shi Hyun, the newly-appointed boss of the cartel. When people accuse him of murder, he sets out to find who really killed his girlfriend. He only has one suspect in mind — the Doctor’s Son. With no one knowing who he is and what he looks like, Shi Hyun goes on a journey to fight for justice.

Jung Kyung Ho, Nam Gyu Ri, Lee Jae Yoon, Son Chang Min, Kim Yoo Mi, and more.

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