10 Korean Dramas You Need to Be Watching in February 2017

Tomorrow With You Korean Drama - Lee Je Hoon and Shin Min Ah

Here is the February 2017 edition of “Korean Dramas You Need to Be Watching.” 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!  With so many dramas premiering last month, we only have a few new ones to add to the list for February, but they are good ones!

Here are the kdramas you need to keep an eye out for in February 2017:

My Pick:

1. Tomorrow With You

Tomorrow With You Korean Drama - Lee Je Hoon and Shin Min Ah

I can’t wait to check out this fantasy romance starring Lee Je Hoon and Shin Min Ah. They look absolutely gorgeous together, and their chemistry is already very evident just from the teaser trailers. I always love time travel stories, and this looks like a great mix of fun, romance, drama, and intensity.

Tomorrow With You is a fantasy romantic comedy about a time traveler and his wife. Lee Je Hoon plays the time traveler who after seeing his death in the future enters into a loveless marriage with Shin Min Ah to try to prevent it. But along the way, he realizes how his life is hurting her and slowly begins to fall in love.

Tomorrow With You is scheduled to premiere February 3 on tvN.


2. Strong Woman Do Bong Soon

Strong Woman Do Bong Soon Korean Drama - Park Hyung Shik and Park Bo Young

Strong Woman Bo Dong Soon is about a woman with super strength (Park Bo Young) who becomes the bodyguard to an eccentric chaebol heir (Park Hyung Shik), and the two become involved in a crazy romance.

Strong Woman Do Bong Soon is scheduled to premiere February 24 on JTBC.

3. Perfect Wife

Perfect Wife Korean Drama - Sung Joon, Go So Young, Yoon Sang Hyun

Perfect Wife is about a family woman (Go So Young) who has been through many difficulties in life. Unexpected circumstances give her the chance to heal and rediscover her femininity. Also starring Sung Joon and Yoon Sang Hyun.

Perfect Wife is scheduled to premiere February 27 on KBS.


4. Missing 9

Missing 9 Korean Drama - Jung Kyung Ho and Baek Jin Hee

Missing 9 is the story of a washed up celebrity (Jung Kyung Ho) who gets stranded on a deserted island after a plane crash along with with his stylist (Baek Jin Hee) and seven other people in the entertainment industry. They go on an intense journey of growth while facing adversity and fighting for survival.

Missing 9 airs Wednesday and Thursday on MBC.

5. Voice

Voice Korean Drama - Jang Hyuk and Lee Ha Na

Voice is about workers at a 112 emergency call center. When a serial killer starts killing their family members, they work together to catch the culprit. It stars Jang Hyuk and Lee Ha Na.

Voice is airs Saturday and Sunday on OCN.

6. Defendant

Defendant Korean Drama - Ji Sung

Defendant is about a top prosecutor (Ji Sung) who one day wakes up in prison on death row with no memory of how he ended up there. The drama then follows his attempt to figure out what happened and get out of prison with the help of a public defender (Yuri).

Defendant airs Monday and Tuesday on SBS.

7. Chief Kim

Chief Kim Korean Drama - Nam Goong Min

Chief Kim is a comedy that tells the story of a quirky middle manager (Nam Goong Min) in an office who stands up for the weak workers who have been held down by their company. Also starring Nam Sang Mi.

Chief Kim airs Wednesday and Thursday on KBS.

8. Introverted Boss

Introverted Boss Korean Drama - Yeon Woo Jin and Park Hye Soo

Introverted Boss is a romantic comedy about a director of a top public relations agency (Yeon Woo Jin). Everyone thinks he is cold and arrogant, but in reality he is extremely shy and doesn’t even like to leave his house. As he begins to lose what’s important to him, he goes on an emotional journey to overcome his problems with the help of an energetic rookie employee (Park Hye Soo) at his company.

Introverted Boss airs Monday and Tuesday on tvN.

9. Saimdang Light’s Diary

Saimdang Light's Diary Herstory Korean Drama - Lee Young Ae

Saimdang Light’s Diary is about an art history lecturer (Lee Young Ae) who finds the diary of the famous historical figure Shim Saimdang and works to discover the secret behind a mysterious portrait.

Saimdang Light’s Diary airs Wednesday and Thursday on SBS.

10. Rebel: Thief Who Stole the People

Rebel: Thief Who Stole the People Korean Drama - Yoon Kyun Sang

Rebel: Thief Who Stole the People is based on the classic Korean folktale about a man born of illegitimate birth who steals from the rich to give to the poor and becomes a revolutionary activist in Joseon. It stars Yoon Kyun Sang and Chae Soo Bin.

Rebel: Thief Who Stole the People airs Monday and Tuesday on MBC.



Hwarang Korean Drama - Park Seo Joon

Hwarang is about the original Hwarang warriors of Silla who are young, elite, and known for being beautiful.  Park Seo Joon plays a man who was born poor, but becomes a brave warrior.  Go Ara plays his love interest. Park Hyung Shik plays King Jinheung who secretly joins the Hwarang warriors and is able to develop into a great King.

Hwarang airs Monday and Tuesday on KBS.

So even though we only had a few new premieres, there are lots of great ongoing dramas to add some variety to the selection. And it looks like March will add a few more to fill the gaps left by all of those January dramas!

What dramas are you enjoying or looking forward to in February?

Make sure to get caught up because there are more dramas coming your way in March!

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10 Responses to 10 Korean Dramas You Need to Be Watching in February 2017

  1. raistlin0903 says:

    Well….both Voice and Missing 9 are not available here 😢😢 But then again, I am so far behind on things at the moment, that it will probably take me two years to get caught up again lol. Seriously though, there are some great dramas in this list…looking forward to hearing your thoughts for it 😊

    Liked by 1 person

    • Kay says:

      On no! That makes me sad for you 😦 I haven’t started them yet, but both seem to be getting a lot of positive reviews so far. Do dramas ever become available later sometimes there?

      But yes, catching up is always a problem. There were so many great premieres in January (many of them on this list) that I have to find time for in March as they near their end. I don’t think I will ever be caught up, lol


  2. isha says:

    there’s a lot of links where you can watch kdrama… jusy keep on searchin 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

  3. muskan says:

    u can watch these dramas on dramacool

    Liked by 1 person

  4. meena says:

    waiting for the drama strong women and watching you tomorrow….so much ecxcited

    Liked by 1 person

    • Kay says:

      I’m excited for Strong Woman Do Bong Soon too! I’ll also be starting Tomorrow With You soon. Definitely lots of great dramas to look forward to 🙂


  5. cynthia says:

    Tomorrow with you is the best series ever…I am so I love with this drama it beats my love for Goblin..tomorrow with u is a must watch series I dnt knw y d ratings re so low in Korea bt here we re so obsessed with tomorrow with u.. If ure looking 4 a korean drama that will remind u y u started watching korean drama watch TOMORROW WITH YOU

    Liked by 1 person

    • Kay says:

      I haven’t started Tomorrow With You yet, but I plan to very soon. It sounds wonderful! It can definitely be hard to figure out why some dramas to well in Korea while others don’t. It’s great that you are loving it so much, and it makes me even more excited to see it 🙂


  6. Nelly says:

    I like e way u give explanations for korean dramas makes em easier to find …..nycccccc

    Liked by 1 person

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