10 Korean Dramas You Need to Be Watching in March 2019

He is Psychometric Korean Drama - Jinyoung and Shin Ye Eun

Spring is fast approaching, so that means we can look forward to more greenery, flowers, and falling petals in dramas!  Although there seems to be an abundance of crime and thriller dramas in the new premieres, so I’m not sure just how much of that we will actually see just yet. Hopefully, some romance blossoms throughout these dramas!

Let’s see what we have to look forward to in this March 2019 edition of “Korean Dramas You Need to Be Watching.”  This monthly series is meant to keep you updated on what’s happening in that amazing world of Korean dramas so that you don’t miss out on anything!

Here are the kdramas you should keep an eye out for in March 2019:

My Pick:

1. Eulachacha Waikiki 2 (Welcome to Waikiki 2)

Eulachacha Waikiki 2 Korean Drama - Lee Yi Kyung, Kim Sun Ho, Shin Hyun Soo, Ahn So Hee, Kim Ye Won, Moon Ga Young

It’s time watch this group of friends get into all kinds of crazy trouble in season 2 of the hilarious comedy drama Eulachacha Waikiki. It was my favorite drama of 2018, so to say I can’t wait for season 2 would be a huge understatement!

Eulachacha Waikiki 2 follows the story of a group of friends who run a guesthouse and all the quirky adventures they have. It stars Lee Yi Kyung, Kim Sun Ho, Shin Hyun Soo, Ahn So Hee, Kim Ye Won, and Moon Ga Young.

Eulachacha Waikiki 2 is scheduled to premiere March 25 on JTBC.

PREMIERING IN MARCH:

2. He is Psychometric

He is Psychometric Korean Drama - Jinyoung and Shin Ye Eun

He is Psychometric is about a man (Jinyoung) who can read the secrets of people by touching their skin who meets a woman (Shin Ye Eun) who is trying to hide her own deep secrets.

He is Psychometric is scheduled to premiere March 11 on tvN.

3. Big Issue

Big Issue Korean Drama - Han Ye Seul

Big Issue is about the editor-in-chief (Han Ye Seul) of a media company who is always on the hunt for scandals and a photographer (Joo Jin Mo) who loses everything because of a photo.

Big Issue airs is scheduled to premiere March 6 on SBS.

4. Doctor Prisoner

Doctor Prisoner Korean Drama - Nam Goong Min

Doctor Prisoner is about a top doctor (Nam Goong Min) who has to wrongly leave his position so he gets a job at a prison hospital where he can make some big connections and get some revenge. Also starring Nara as a prison psychiatrist.

Doctor Prisoner is scheduled to premiere March 20 on KBS.

5. Confession

Confession Korean Drama - Junho

Confession deals with the concept that a person cannot be tried twice for the same crime and follows the story of a man (Junho) who becomes a lawyer to prove his father’s innocence after he was convicted of murder and sentenced to death.

Confession is scheduled to premiere March 23 on tvN.

6. Possessed

Possessed Korean Drama - Song Sae Byuk and Go Jun Hee

Possessed is comedy supernatural thriller about a detective (Sang Sae Byuk) and a psychic (Go Jun Hee) who team up to catch an evil soul who commits crimes by possessing humans.

Possessed is scheduled to premiere March 6 on OCN.

7. Kill It

Kill It Korean Drama - Jang Ki Yong

Kill It is a thriller that follows the story of a man (Jang Ki Yong) who becomes a skilled contract killer while in search for his family and the detective (Nana) who is in pursuit of him.

Kill It is scheduled to premiere March 23 on OCN.

CURRENTLY AIRING IN MARCH:

8. Item

Item Korean Drama - Joo Ji Hoon

Item is a fantasy drama about a prosecutor (Joo Ji Hoon) and a criminal profiler (Jin Se Yeon) who who work to discover the secret behind items that give different superpowers.

Item airs Monday and Tuesday on MBC.

9. Haechi (Hatch)

Haechi (Hatch) Korean Drama - Jung Il Woo

Haechi is the story of a prince (Jung Il Woo) born of the king and a commoner who bands together with a ragtag group that includes a government inspector (Go Ara) to try and secure his position on the throne.

Haechi airs Monday and Tuesday on SBS.

10. Hot Blooded Priest

Hot Blooded Priest Korean Drama - Kim Nam Gil, Kim Sung Kyun, Honey Lee

Hot Blooded Priest is about a priest (Kim Nam Gil) with anger control issues who teams up with a detective (Kim Sung Kyun) and a prosecutor (Honey Lee) to solve crimes.

Hot Blooded Priest airs Friday and Saturday on SBS.


AND SO YOU’RE UP TO DATE,
OTHER DRAMAS THAT WILL BE ENDING IN MARCH:

The Crowned Clown

The Crowned Clown Korean Drama - Yeo Jin Goo

The Crowned Clown follows the story of a king (Yeo Jin Goo) who fears for his life so he brings in a kind look-a-like clown to stand in for him. A love triangle will also ensue between the two and the queen (Lee Se Young).

The Crowned Clown airs Monday and Tuesday on tvN.

Touch Your Heart

Touch Your Heart Korean Drama - Lee Dong Wook and Yoo In Na

Touch Your Heart is a romantic comedy about a lawyer (Lee Dong Wook) who hires a secretary (Yoo In Na), but it turns out she is an actress that was recently involved in a big scandal who is trying to get a new role through the job.

Touch Your Heart airs Wednesday and Thursday on tvN.

Romance is a Bonus Book

Romance is a Bonus Book Korean Drama - Lee Jong Suk and Lee Na Young

Romance is a Bonus Book is a love story focusing on people in their 30’s at a publishing company. Lee Jong Suk plays a writer and chief editor with Lee Na Young as a copywriter struggling to get a job because she is overqualified so she lies about her education to get a position.

Romance is a Bonus Book airs Saturday and Sunday on tvN.

The Light in Your Eyes

The Light in Your Eyes Korean Drama - Nam Joo Hyuk and Han Ji Min

The Light in Your Eyes is a fantasy romantic comedy about a young woman (Han Ji Min) who suddenly finds herself aged to 70 years old and a young man (Nam Joo Hyuk) who doesn’t appreciate time and lives a meaningless life.

The Light in Your Eyes airs Monday and Tuesday on JTBC.

What’s Wrong, Poong Sang?

What's Wrong, Poong Sang Korean Drama - Yoo Joon Sang

What’s Wrong, Poong Sang? is about a middle aged man (Yoo Joon Sang) who hasn’t been able to live his own life because he had to care for his four younger siblings. The drama comes from the writer of Our Gab Soon.

What’s Wrong, Poong Sang? airs Wednesday and Thursday on KBS.

Spring Must Be Coming

Spring Must Be Coming Korean Drama - Lee Yoo Ri and Uhm Ji Won

Spring Must Be Coming tells the story of two women (Lee Yoo Ri and Uhm Ji Won) who switch bodies which gives them new opportunities and perspectives on life.

Spring Must Be Coming airs Wednesday and Thursday on MBC.

Legal High

Legal High Korean Drama - Jin Goo and Seo Eun Soo

Legal High is a remake of the Japanese drama of the same name about an arrogant lawyer (Jin Goo) with a 100% success rate on his cases who teams up with a lawyer (Seo Eun Soo) who wants to bring justice and help those in need.

Legal High airs Friday and Saturday on JTBC.

Babel

Babel Korean Drama - Park Shi Hoo

Babel is a mystery melodrama about a prosecutor (Park Shi Hoo) who learns a big corporation was connected to his father’s death and sets out to find the truth. He then becomes the prosecutor on a case with a former top actress (Jang Hee Jin) as the lead suspect in her husband’s murder.

Babel airs Saturday and Sunday on TV Chosun.

Neighborhood Lawyer Jo Deul Ho 2

Neighborhood Lawyer Jo Deul Ho 2 Korean Drama - Go Hyun Jung

Neighborhood Lawyer Jo Deul Ho 2 follows lawyer Jo Deul Ho (Park Shin Yang) after he is wrongly accused by a powerful law firm that results in his license being taken away.

Neighborhood Lawyer Jo Deul Ho 2 airs Monday and Tuesday on KBS.


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

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


For the latest dramas, check out the
September 2019 Drama Guide

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16 Responses to 10 Korean Dramas You Need to Be Watching in March 2019

  1. MyKDramaticLife says:

    First! Hehe.

    Well, I have similar number 1 pick with you. It’s time for Eulachacha Waikiki season 2 and (though I’m a bit, just too too bit, disappointed that I won’t be seeing my Son Seung Won and Kim Jung Hyun again) I am still too excited to see different casts who also have big potentials. 🙂

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    • Kay says:

      Woohoo! Yep, it had to be Eulachacha Waikiki 2. No contest. I know the feeling though. I’m disappointed that we couldn’t get the whole cast back since they were all so great together. But I get my fav Lee Yi Kyung back, plus we get to meet a new group that will be primed for all kinds of fun, new adventures. So mostly, I’m excited 🙂

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  2. MyKDramaticLife says:

    Other than Waikiki, i’m not quite sure yet about the March premieres. Hmm, I’m going to try Doctor Prisoner and maybe Confession or Kill It.

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    • Kay says:

      Oooh, going for the thrillers, huh? Aside from Waikiki, I’ll probably go for He is Psychometric. And then I’ll keep an eye on the rest to see if they capture my interest 🙂

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  3. D says:

    I’m so behind on my dramas. But then nothing really I want to watch on this list except Confession. Phew!

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    • Kay says:

      Looks like you caught a break! I’ve definitely been there where I’m actually relieved when hardly any of the new crop interests me because I already have so much on my list. From the new premieres, my only must is Waikiki, and then I will most likely watch He is Psychometric. I’ll be keeping an eye on the others though before I decide for sure if I will check them out 🙂

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  4. Timescout says:

    I’ve been rather underwhelmed with 2019 kdrama offerings so far. Still, I’ll probably try out ‘He’s Psychometric’ and ‘Confession’. Possibly ‘Kill It’ as well. We’ll see how it goes. ☺

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    • Kay says:

      Thankfully, so far 2019 has given me a pretty good selection. He is Psychometric is one I will be trying out too, as well as Waikiki. I may go for some of the others if they catch my eye later 🙂

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  5. maandoe says:

    Doctor Prisoner looks interesting – and mostly because it will star Nam Goong Min. Who’s the lead actress – Nara as in Jang Nara?

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  6. almiaramos says:

    In turn He is Psychometric and Big Issue. The others looks like the remake of the last two years dramas. I’m waiting for something interesting. but the truth is that the dramas in recent times all copy each other. I think I should continue to develop my patience ……. Je, je, je.

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    • Kay says:

      Those two both look promising 🙂 It’s true, most dramas are fairly similar to each other. It’s hard to do something really new. But usually something will eventually come along. And who said dramas can’t teach you something…they even help you learn patience, lol 😉

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  7. Marlene says:

    I’m currently watching Haechi, Radiant/The Light In Your Eyes and Touch Your Heart on Viki and Romance Is A Bonus Book on Netflix, so far so good I can’t decide yet which one is my favorite but Touch Your Heart made me smile and laugh a lot 🙂

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    • Kay says:

      Looks like a good group of dramas you’ve found! I think I’m looking forward to Touch Your Heart and Haechi the most, but I am planning on checking out Romance is a Bonus Book and The Light in Your Eyes too. Hopefully, I enjoy them as much as you do 🙂

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      • Marlene says:

        You will enjoy them for sure, you will like Romance is a Bonus Book it’s a heartwarming drama and Lee Jong Suk and Lee Na young are cute together but I like Jung Yu-jin, she’s always a delight to watch. I will be looking forward to your reviews on all these drama 🙂

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        • Kay says:

          Romance is a Bonus Book is the drama I’m planning to watch next after I finish The Crowned Clown. I usually like heartwarming, so hopefully that means I will like it too! 🙂

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