Spring is finally almost here, and there are some amazing K-Dramas making their way to the screen! Let’s start our Spring right!
Premiere Date: March 3 (Today)
This story is about an upright man named Jung Ba Reum (Lee Seung Gi) and a lawless detective named Go Moo Chi (Lee Hee Joon) vengeful against the person who murdered his parents. The two men join together to chase down an evil killer.
2. Ten Drama Stage Specials
Premiere Date: Every Tuesday After March 4
Mint Condition is about a middle-aged man who goes back to his 20s from a broken MRI scanner. Hi, Dorothy follows a hidden camera crime. Deok Gu is Back is about a man who returns home five years after going missing. His family makes him act dead for insurance money. Ms. Park’s Deadly Revolution features a call center employee who works to protect her job from being replaced by technology. Hunger involves an influencer who lies their way to fame and gets kidnapped. Love Spoiler describes a future where love has revealed expiration dates. On the Way to the OB is about a pregnant woman fighting zombies to get to the OB-GYN.
The last two have yet to be described.
3. Love Alarm 2
Premiere Date: March 12
The first season told the story of Kim Jo Jo (Kim So Hyun), Hwang Sun Oh (Song Kang), and Lee Hye Young (Jung Ga Ram) as they explored an app that tells users when someone who likes them is within 10 meters. The second season will be set four years later when the app has all new features.
4. Revolutionary Sisters
Premiere Date: March 13
This mystery-thriller-comedy is about an entire family becoming murder suspects after the mother is killed during the divorce process.
This is also the K-Drama that received praise for its use of masks in the episodes.
5. Recipe For Youth
Premiere Date: March 14
This web series tells the story of dating coach Jeon Seong Ki (Super Junior‘s Heechul) and entertainment reporter Cha Soo Bin (Moon Ga Young). Cha Soo Bin goes undercover as a rookie actress to gain an inside look at the entertainment world but soon falls in love.
6. Two Drama Festa Specials
Premiere Date: March 15
Off Route is a comedy that follows Kang Su Ji (Nam Ji Hyun) and her mother Kang Kyung Hye (Park Ji Young) on their journey to track down Su Ji’s fiancé Goo Sung Chan (Kim Bum Soo). Find the Child is about Jo Yoon Suk (Park Hyuk Kwon) and Kang Mi Ra (Jang So Yeon), who find their child Sung Min after 11 years.
Premiere Date: March 22
This heartwarming TV series is about 70-year-old Duk Chool (Park In Hwan), who begins to learn ballet, and a young ballerino named Chae Rok (Song Kang) who has lost sight of his dreams.
8. Joseon Exorcist
Premiere Date: March 22
This show is about the war with the undead who come back to life after being killed by the royal family. Jang Dong Yoon plays Prince Chungnyeong, who is a scholar forced to fight to protect Joseon. Kam Woo Sung stars as King Taejong, a cold-blooded monarch, and Park Sung Hoon takes the role of Prince Yangnyeong, who creates a contract with the evil spirits to protect his loved ones.
9. Oh My Ladylord
Premiere Date: March 24
This romantic comedy is about Han Bi Soo (Lee Min Ki), the best thriller writer in Korea who chooses not to date. Oh Joo In (Nana) is a rom-com actress who is unable to date. The two end up living together, and chaos ensues.