It’s time to see what November has in store for us! It’s a bit of a quieter month premiere-wise, but there are still lots of great dramas to choose from. Let’s see what we have to look forward to in this November 2020 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 November 2020:
We’ve got a big mystery on our hands in the upcoming drama Awaken. This looks like a great role for Nam Goong Min, and I think the pairing with Seolhyun will be a good one.
Awaken is a mystery romance drama about the connection between a mysterious incident that happened in a village 28 years ago and events happening in the present. A detective (Nam Goong Min) and a police officer (Seolhyun) team up to solve the case.
Awaken is scheduled to premiere November 30 on tvN.
PREMIERING IN NOVEMBER:
2. Birthcare Center
Birthcare Center is about a career woman in her forties (Park Ha Sun) and focuses on older women having children and the happenings at postpartum care center.
Birthcare Center is scheduled to premiere November 2 on tvN.
3. Live On
Live On is about a popular high school student (Jung Da Bin) who finds out someone is trying to reveal a secret about her past so she joins her school’s broadcasting club and enlists the help of the perfectionist head of the club (Hwang Min Hyun) to find the culprit.
Live On is scheduled to premiere November 17 on JTBC.
4. The Uncanny Counter
The Uncanny Counter is about a group of people (Jo Byung Gyu, Kim Se Jeong, Yu Jung Sang, Yum Hye Ran) with special abilities called Counter who disguise themselves as employees at a noodle restaurant, but they actually hunt evil spirits.
The Uncanny Counter is scheduled to premiere November 28 on OCN.
CURRENTLY AIRING IN NOVEMBER:
5. Tale of the Nine-Tailed
Tale of the Nine-Tailed is about a gumiho (Lee Dong Wook) who handles problems between the living world and the underworld and the PD (Jo Bo Ah) of a program about urban legends who is trying to prove the gumiho is real.
Tale of the Nine-Tailed airs Wednesday and Thursday on tvN.
Start-Up is about a woman (Suzy) trying to achieve her dreams by beginning her own startup company in the midst of Korea’s Silicon Valley and a man (Nam Joo Hyuk) with a struggling startup company.
Start-Up airs Saturday and Sunday on tvN.
7. The Spies Who Loved Me
The Spies Who Loved Me is a spy drama that follows the complicated romance between three people who have lots of secrets. A wedding designer (Yoo In Na) became divorced from her husband (Eric) while unaware he was actually a secret agent. She then ends up marrying an industrial spy (Im Joo Hwan) who hides his cold nature from her.
The Spies Who Loved Me airs Wednesday and Thursday on MBC.
Kairos is a fantasy thriller about a man (Shin Sung Rok) who is devastated when his daughter is kidnapped that meets a woman (Lee Se Young) who is living one month in the past and is searching for her missing mother.
Kairos airs Monday and Tuesday on MBC.
9. The Penthouse
The Penthouse is about a woman’s (Eugene) ambitious goal to rise into high society through the real estate business, and she will do anything to succeed, even if she becomes a monster along the way.
The Penthouse airs Monday and Tuesday on SBS.
10. Delayed Justice
Delayed Justice is about a lawyer (Kwon Sang Woo) and a reporter (Bae Sung Woo) who fight for justice for people who are falsely accused.
Delayed Justice airs Friday and Saturday on SBS.
AND SO YOU’RE UP TO DATE,
OTHER DRAMAS THAT WILL BE ENDING IN NOVEMBER:
Search is a mystery thriller that tells the story of a military search party that includes a dog handler (Jang Dong Yoon) and an elite officer (Krystal) trying to survive mysterious creatures in the DMZ.
Search airs Saturday and Sunday on OCN.
18 Again is about a middle-aged husband (Yoon Sang Hyun) on the brink of divorce who gets the chance to be 18 again. Also starring Kim Ha Neul and Lee Do Hyun
18 Again airs Monday and Tuesday on JTBC.
Do Do Sol Sol La La Sol
Do Do Sol Sol La La Sol follows the romance between a downtrodden pianist (Go Ara) and a mysterious part time worker (Lee Jae Wook).
Do Do Sol Sol La La Sol airs Wednesday and Thursday on KBS.
More Than Friends
More Than Friends follows the romance between a man (Ong Seung Woo) and woman (Shin Ye Eun) who alternate having feelings for each other over 10 years.
More Than Friends airs Friday and Saturday on JTBC.
Private Lives is about a con artist (Seohyun) who accidentally ends up going against huge corporations on a national scale with a the help of a team leader (Go Kyung Pyo) at a major company.
Private Lives airs Wednesday and Thursday on JTBC.
What dramas are you looking forward to or enjoying in November?
Make sure to get caught up because there are more dramas coming your way in December!
For the latest dramas, check out the
March 2021 Drama Guide
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