New works are coming your way with a wide array of genres to choose from. Romance, mystery, melodrama and even suspense are all available on screen, decorating the month of March!
Here are five South Korean K-Dramas that will make their television debut this week that you shouldn’t miss!
Kim Nam Gil, Lee Da Hee and Cha Eun Woo’s “Island” returns this month with its Part 2, much to fans’ delight!
(Photo : TVING’s Official Instagram)
The series follows the three different individuals who have one goal: to take down the evil that plans to destroy the world.
During the release of Part 1, the drama received critical acclaim from fans all around the world. The second part of the series guarantees to show the maturity and growth of the characters.
“Island Part 2” will be broadcasted on February 24 on TVING and Amazon Prime. Watch the teaser here:
2. ‘Call It Love’
Lee Sung Kyung finally returns to the small screen with her new drama “Call It Love”!
(Photo : Disney+ Korea Official)
Lee Sung Kyung, Kim Young Kwang
The actress couples up with Kim Young Kwang to tell the story of how a man and a woman, who were bound to be step-siblings, found romance in each other.
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“Call It Love” is an ironic and silly romance drama and it will air on February 22 on Disney+ Korea. Catch the teaser below:
Seol In Ah, Jang Dong Yoon and Chu Young Woo work for the first time in the upcoming series “Oasis”!
(Photo : KBS Drama Official)
Seol In Ah, Jang Dong Yoon. Chu Young Woo
The youth drama follows three friends who navigate their lives, relationships and dreams amidst the turbulent South Korea in the 1980s.
In the series, the three actors will depict the young love triangle between friends, causing them pain that will change their lives upside down forever.
“Oasis” hits the screen on March 6 on KBS2! Watch the teaser below:
4. ‘Delivery Man’
Girl’s Day Minah and Yoon Chan Young meet for the first time in the comedy fantasy series “Delivery Man”!
(Photo : ENA Channel Official)
Girl’s Day Minah, Yoon Chan Young
The TVING drama focuses on the life of a taxi driver whose customers are from the afterlife. His “ghost only” taxi service also delivers the last wishes of the lost souls.
His life changes when a female ghost who lost her memory rides his taxi. Witty and charming, “Delivery Man” is set to deliver a comical drama on March 1! Watch the teaser here, ICYMI:
5. ‘The Glory’
Last but not the least is Song Hye Kyo’s revenge drama “The Glory”!
(Photo : Netflix Korea Official)
Song Hye Kyo, Lim Ji Yeon
First released in December 2022, the Netflix series follows the life-long revenge plan of a school violence victim who becomes her perpetrators’ child’s homeroom teacher.
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Since its release, fans couldn’t stop watching the work. Excitement is also doubled as its Part 2 is about to dominate the screen to bring Song Hye Kyo’s best laid plan to reality.
Don’t miss “The Glory” this March 10. Watch the teaser here:
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Written by Elijah Mully.
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