When it comes to kdramas, there is always something new to watch. In addition to the dramas you may already be watching, new shows begin every month. This monthly series is meant to keep you updated on what’s happening in the world of Korean dramas so that you don’t miss out on anything!
Here are the kdramas you need to keep an eye out for in September 2015:
Yong Pal (currently airing)
If you’re not already watching Yong Pal, you need to be! This drama is fun and sleek with great characters and action. You still have plenty of time to get caught up.
Yong Pal tells the story of a talented doctor (Joo Won) desperately in need of money to help his sick sister who becomes a secret personal doctor to gangsters and rich people involved in illegal activities.
Yong Pal airs on Wednesday and Thursday on SBS.
Beginning in September:
She Was Pretty
She Was Pretty is a romantic comedy about Kim Hye Jin (Hwang Jung Eum) a once beautiful, wealthy woman whose family goes bankrupt and she changes for the worse, and Ji Sung Joon (Park Seo Joon) a man who was unattractive and overweight as a child but is now popular and attractive.
She Was Pretty premieres September 16 on MBC.
D-Day stars Kim Young Kwang, Lee Sung Yeol, and Jung So Min and tells the story of doctors and emergency workers who jump in to help after Seoul is devastated by an earthquake.
D-Day premieres September 18 on JTBC.
Master of Trade: Inn 2015
Master of Trade: Inn 2015 (also called Master of Commerce: Gaekju 2015) stars Jang Hyuk, Han Chae Ah, Yoo Oh Sung, and Lee Deok Hwa. The drama tells the story of an innkeeper (Jang Hyuk) who rises up to become one of the most successful merchants in the land.
Master of Trade: Inn 2015 premieres September 23 on KBS2.
Currently Airing in September:
Last tells the story of Jang Tae Ho (Yoon Kye Sang) who was a successful funds manager, but loses everything and ends up homeless and on the run from loan sharks. He then decides to go up against a gangster, Kwak Heung Sam (Lee Beom Soo), who makes money by exploiting the homeless.
Last airs on Friday and Saturday on JTBC.
Twenty Again tells the story of 38 year old Ha No Ra (Choi Ji Woo) who became a mother at 19 and had to focus on being a wife to her husband Kim Woo Cheol (Choi Won Young) and mother to her son Kim Min Soo (Kim Min Jae). She then decides to return to university along with her 20 year old son to pursue her dreams.
Twenty Again airs on Friday and Saturday on TVN.
The Virtual Bride (The Eccentric Daughter-in-Law)
The Virtual Bride is about a former pop star Oh In Yeong (Kim Da Som) who goes on a reality show that pairs fake mother and daughter-in-laws. She doesn’t get along with the woman she is paired with, and it turns out she is about to become her real mother-in-law!
The Virtual Bride airs on Monday and Tuesday on KBS2.
Mrs. Cop is a about a female detective, Choi Yeong Jin (Kim Hee Ae), who leads the violent crimes unit. She struggles to balance her work life chasing criminals with her boss, Park Jong Ho (Kim Min Jong), with her private life as a single mother raising her daughter.
Mrs. Cop airs Monday and Tuesday on SBS.
Dramas such as Scholar Who Walks the Night and Assembly will be nearing the end of their runs in mid September, while the sageuk Hwajeung will finish its 50 episode run at the end of the month.
I think Yong Pal is definitely the pick of the bunch. I am also excited about She Was Pretty and D-Day. Make sure to get caught up because there are more interesting dramas coming your way in October!
Which dramas are you enjoying or looking forward to in September?
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