Are you ready for more dramas? November is here, and we have several new premieres to go along with all of those on going dramas. Let’s see what we have to look forward to in this November 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!
Here are the kdramas you need to keep an eye out for in November 2017:
1. Two Cops
This supernatural romance looks like it will be a lot of fun with some body inhabiting hi-jinks. Jo Jung Suk and Hyeri should be a cute pairing, and we have a pretty great supporting cast to round things out. Here’s hoping for a good one!
Two Cops is a supernatural romance about a moral and upright detective (Jo Jung Suk) who ends up having his body inhabited by the ghost of a con artist. As he deals with that, he works to solve cases and falls for a reporter (Hyeri).
Two Cops is scheduled to premiere November 27 on MBC.
PREMIERING IN NOVEMBER:
Meloholic is a about the romance between a man (Yunho) who can read minds which causes him dating problems and a woman (Kyung Su Jin) with two personalities.
Meloholic is scheduled to premiere November 6 on OCN.
3. Nothing to Lose
Nothing to Lose follows a hot tempered rookie judge (Park Eun Bin) whose brother is framed for murder and then the brother is murdered too. She works to bring the truth to light and get justice. Also starring Yeon Woo Jin as a dedicated judge.
Nothing to Lose is scheduled to premiere November 22 on SBS.
Untouchable tells the story of the Jang family who has had power in their city for several generations and focuses on the battle for power between them. Starring Jin Goo and Kim Sung Kyun.
Untouchable is scheduled to premiere November 24 on JTBC.
5. Smart Prison Living
Smart Prison Living is a lighthearted black comedy that tells the stories of the everyday lives of prison inmates. Starring Jung Kyung Ho and Park Hae Soo.
Smart Prison Living is scheduled to premiere November 22 on tvN.
6. Doubtful Victory
Doubtful Victory follows the story of a fake detective (Yoon Kyun Sang) who escapes from prison and joins an investigation unit. Also starring Jung Hye Sung as an investigator on the team.
Doubtful Victory is scheduled to premiere November 27 on SBS.
CURRENTLY AIRING IN NOVEMBER:
7. Go Back Spouses
Go Back Spouses tells the story of a husband (Son Ho Jun) and wife (Jang Na Ra) that regret getting married and don’t get along with all of their fights being like a full on battle. But they get a second chance at love when they are both transported back in time to their college years.
Go Back Spouses airs Friday and Saturday on KBS.
8. Revolutionary Love
Revolutionary Love is a romantic comedy about a goodhearted chaebol heir (Choi Siwon) who hides his status by living among normal people in the same apartment complex as a woman (Kang So Ra) who works many part time jobs but just can’t seem to land a permanent one.
Revolutionary Love airs Saturday and Sunday on tvN.
Black tells the story of a grim reaper (Song Seung Heon) who falls in love with a human woman (Go Ara) while inhabiting the body of a man. But as punishment for breaking the rules, all records of his existence are erased from the world.
Black airs Saturday and Sunday on OCN.
10. Mad Dog
Mad Dog is about a special investigation team that goes after criminals committing insurance scams. Starring Yoo Ji Tae, Woo Do Hwan, and Ryu Hwa Young.
Mad Dog airs Wednesday and Thursday on KBS.
AND SO YOU’RE UP TO DATE,
OTHER DRAMAS THAT WILL BE ENDING IN NOVEMBER:
Because This Life is Our First
Because This Life is Our First is a romantic comedy about a man (Lee Min Ki) who is house poor that ends up living with a woman (Jung So Min) struggling financially and has no where to live. The drama will focus on relationships in modern society.
Because This Life is Our First airs Monday and Tuesday on tvN.
Witch’s Court follows the story of a prosecutor (Jung Ryeo Won) who works on a team that deals with sex crimes and a rookie prosecutor (Yoon Hyun Min).
Witch’s Court airs Monday and Tuesday on KBS.
The Package is about a group of very different people on a guided tour in France. It’s a heartwarming drama of people connecting as they deal with unexpected events. Lee Yeon Hee is the group’s tour guide with Jung Yong Hwa as a man who was recently dumped by his girlfriend. Also starring Choi Woo Shik.
The Package airs Friday and Saturday on JTBC.
While You Were Sleeping
While You Were Sleeping is about a woman (Suzy) who sees terrible things that will happen to people in the future through her dreams and a prosecutor (Lee Jong Suk) who tries to prevent them from happening.
While You Were Sleeping airs Wednesday and Thursday on SBS.
Temperature of Love
Temperature of Love is a romantic comedy about a woman (Seo Hyun Jin) that wants to be a screenwriter who develops an online relationship with a chef (Yang Se Jong). The drama follows their story as well as the stories of those around them.
Temperature of Love airs Monday and Tuesday on SBS.
20th Century Boy and Girl
20th Century Boy and Girl follows the friendships and love lives of thirty-something women. Starring Han Ye Seul and Kim Ji Suk.
20th Century Boy and Girl airs Monday and Tuesday on MBC.
Hospital Ship is about doctors on a medical ship that travels to rural villages on islands. Kang Min Hyuk plays a warmhearted doctor on the medical ship with Ha Ji Won as a surgeon who joins the ship after experiencing difficult family circumstances.
Hospital Ship airs Wednesday and Thursday on MBC.
Buam-dong Revenge Social Club
Buam-dong Revenge Social Club is based on the webtoon of the same name about three women that team up to get revenge on the people who did them wrong. It stars Lee Yo Won (Night Light) as a chaebol heiress, Ra Mi Ran (Laurel Tree Tailors) as a vendor at a fish market, and Myung Se Bin (First Love Again) as a housewife.
Buam-dong Revenge Social Club airs Wednesday and Thursday on tvN.
What dramas are you enjoying or looking forward to in November?
Make sure to get caught up because there are more dramas coming your way in December!
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