New Korean Dramas Coming to DramaFever in November!

Romantic Doctor Teacher Kim Korean Drama - Yoo Yeon Seok and Seo Hyun Jin

We have more new dramas coming to DramaFever in November! They include a medical melodrama, a youth historical, a heartwarming and tragic father/daughter story and even a Chinese historical. Let’s see what they are adding to their library:

Oh My Geum Bi

Oh My Geum Bi Korean Drama - Oh Ji Ho and Heo Jung Eun

*Stars Park Jin Hee and Oh Ji Ho
This poignant melodrama dives deep into the tragic story of a single father and his eight-year-old daughter Geum-bi who suffers from a rare memory loss disease known as Niemann-Pick disease type C (NPC) that is rapidly destroying her mental and physical wellbeing.

Check out Oh My Geum Bi here.

Doctor Romantic (Romantic Doctor Teacher Kim)

Romantic Doctor Teacher Kim Korean Drama - Yoo Yeon Seok and Seo Hyun Jin

*Stars: Han Suk Kyu, Seo Hyun Jin, and Yoo Yeon Seok
This medical drama follows Boo Yong Joo (Han Suk Kyu), a genius surgeon at Seoul’s top hospital with the nickname “Hand of God” who mysteriously disappears and later resurfaces years later at a small provincial clinic. As he tries to adapt to his new life in the smaller clinic, he dedicates his life to helping other doctors develop a true love for saving lives.

Check out Doctor Romantic here.

Moonlight Drawn By Clouds

Moonlight Drawn By Clouds Korean Drama - Park Bo Gum and Kim Yoo Jung

*Stars Park Bo Gum and Kim Yoo Jung 
This love story follows Hong Ra On (Kim Yoo Jung),  a prestigious dating advice guru who disguises herself as a man to help others fall in love. One day she accidently gives advice to a royal prince and he slowly begins to fall in love with her. Chaos erupts when Hong Ra On is sold the Royal Palace as a eunuch and becomes deeply involved in a political power struggle.

Check out Moonlight Drawn By Clouds here.

Princess Weiyoung (Chinese)

Princess Weiyoung Chinese Drama

*Stars Tiffany Tang and Luo Jin 
This romantic drama chronicles the life of Princess Feng Xin Er (Tiffany Tang), a royal descendant of the Northern Wei Dynasty after her kingdom is completely destroyed and her family murdered by warring rivals. Escaping with her life and living as a poor orphan, Princess Feng Xin Er accidentally wanders into the enemy’s territory and decides to take down their kingdom by secretly dating two royal heirs that could ascend to the throne.

Check out Princess Weiyoung here.

I’m liking all of these new dramas! It’s great to see the popular hit Moonlight Drawn By Clouds finally coming to DramaFever. Both melos look unique and interesting too. It’s also good to see them expanding their collection of Chinese dramas with Princess Weiyoung. Lots of good stuff to choose from!

*Source: Pictures and show descriptions courtesy of DramaFever

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8 Responses to New Korean Dramas Coming to DramaFever in November!

  1. raistlin0903 says:

    The Princess Wei Young looks, and sounds pretty cool. Liking the story of that. Have noted it for future reference, but seeing as I have now received so many great tips on shows from reading your posts, I am first going to complete a few lol😂

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  2. Unfortunately, I ended up dropping Moonlight Drawn By Clouds despite adoring Park Bo Gum in it because I wasn’t as invested with the plot as when I started it. And I’m so glad you added Princess Weiyoung despite this list being predominantly Korean dramas! Did you ever get around to watching it yet? I recently just finished. I had several reservations with it but, overall, it was so, so entertaining. ^.^

    Happy watching and blogging,
    Summer at Xingsings

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    • Kay says:

      It’s good to hear from you again Summer 🙂 I ended up enjoying Moonlight Drawn By Clouds for the post part, but for me it did lose a lot of its charm after the reveal that she was a girl.

      I haven’t had a chance to watch Princess Weiyoung yet. But I really want to see it! It looks wonderful, and there is so much positive stuff being said about it. The only reason I haven’t got around to it is because of the episode count. Not that I mind a longer drama at all, it’s just harder to fit it in. I finished the cdrama Chronicle of Life about a month ago and have been wanting another Chinese historical. I’ve also had Nirvana in Fire on my list for awhile too. But I will get to Princess Weiyoung 🙂

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      • I felt the same way about Moonlight. I stopped watching after the reveal, haha.

        And I’m not blaming you. Historical dramas are so intimidating because they’re so long. Plus, this also means for excessive plot fillers and dragged out storylines. And ooh, you should definitely add Nirvana on Fire onto your priority list. I just started it about a week ago, and I’m already on episode 40 because it’s that compelling. The romance certainly takes a backseat, which isn’t a bad thing, and the political maneuvering is what drives the story forward. However, it’s one that is slower paced and confusing once you start, but it picks up pretty quickly. From what I’ve seen though, I highly recommend it! 🙂

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        • Kay says:

          Haha, I think a lot of people had that experience with Moonlight. Oh I definitely like a good long historical drama because of how rich and full they are. But I can usually watch 3-4 regular dramas in the same span of time it takes to watch one. And there are just so many dramas that it’s hard to keep up, lol.

          Glad you’re liking Nirvana in Fire. Everyone was really buzzing about that one back when it came out and I added it to my list. I’m still a bit worried about it being to heavy on the politics, but everyone says it’s actually pretty intense once you get through those first few episodes. I definitely plan to check it out too 🙂

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