10 Korean Dramas You Need to Be Watching in March 2021

Sisyphus: The Myth Korean Drama - Park Shin Hye

After tons of new premieres in February, March slows down a bit, but just a little. We have several new dramas to choose from, and they are each quite different from each other. Let’s see what we have to look forward to in this March 2021 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 2021:

My Pick:

1. Mouse

Mouse Korean Drama - Lee Seung Gi and Lee Hee Joon

Lee Seung Gi is back with a new drama which has me more than excited to check it out! We have a pretty intense looking series with the upcoming Mouse, so I’m anticipating lots of thrills.

Mouse is a suspense drama where humans have the ability to test a baby’s DNA while still in the womb and determine whether or not they are a psychopath. A rookie detective (Lee Seung Gi) has a life changing encounter with a psychopath that has the entire nation on edge.

Mouse is scheduled to premiere March 3 on tvN.


2. Joseon Exorcist

Joseon Exorcist Korean Drama - Jang Dong Yoon and Park Sung Hoon

Joseon Exorcist is a fantasy historical about the the undead coming back to life after being killed by the royal family and wreaking havoc on the kingdom. A prince (Jang Dong Yoon) steps up to battle them.

Joseon Exorcist is scheduled to premiere in March on SBS.

3. Love Alarm 2

Love Alarm 2 Korean Drama - Kim So Hyun

Love Alarm 2 is based on the webtoon of the same name about a love triangle that is complicated by the use of a phone application that tells them if someone close by has feelings for them.

Love Alarm 2 is scheduled to premiere March 12 on Netflix.

4. Oh! Master

Oh! Master Korean Drama - Lee Min Ki and Nana

Oh! Master is a romantic comedy about a drama writer (Lee Min Ki) who doesn’t want to date and a popular actress (Nana) who struggles to date that end up living together.

Oh! Master is scheduled to premiere in March on MBC.

5. Navillera

Navillera Korean Drama - Song Kang and Park In Hwan

Navillera tells the story of a 70 year old man (Park In Hwan) and a young man (Song Kang) in his twenties who become friends through ballet and pursue their dreams.

Navillera is scheduled to premiere March 22 on tvN.


6. River Where the Moon Rises

River Where the Moon Rises Korean Drama - Ji Soo and Kim So Hyun

River Where the Moon Rises is set during the Goguryeo era and is about an ambitious princess (Kim So Hyun) who uses a foolish man’s (Ji Soo) feelings to her advantage and experiences conflicting emotions.

River Where the Moon Rises airs Monday and Tuesday on KBS.

7. Sisyphus: The Myth

Sisyphus: The Myth Korean Drama - Jo Seung Woo and Park Shin Hye

Sisyphus: The Myth is a sci-fi mystery drama about a genius engineer (Jo Seung Woo) who gets involved in a dangerous situation in order to find the truth that is saved by an elite warrior (Park Shin Hye) who has the skills to survive in a world ruled by gangsters and warlords.

Sisyphus: The Myth airs Wednesday and Thursday on JTBC.

8. Vincenzo

Vincenzo Korean Drama - Song Joong Ki

Vincenzo is about a lawyer (Song Joong Ki) who is a Mafia advisor that moves to Korea and meets another lawyer (Jeon Yeo Bin).

Vincenzo is scheduled airs Saturday and Sunday on tvN.

9. Beyond Evil

Monster Korean Drama - Yeo Jin Goo and Shin Ha Kyun

Beyond Evil is a psychological thriller about a former detective (Shin Ha Kyun) demoted to doing menial work at a police station who is partnered with a talented younger detective (Yeo Jin Goo) as they as they pursue a serial killer.

Beyond Evil airs Friday and Saturday on JTBC.

10. Hello? It’s Me!

Hello? It's Me! Korean Drama - Kim Young Kwang and Choi Kang Hee

Hello? It’s Me! is a fantasy romantic comedy about a 37 year contract worker (Choi Kang Hee) who faces her 17 year old self and the son of a chaebol family (Kim Young Kwang) as they experience growth.

Hello? It’s Me! airs Wednesday and Thursday on KBS.


L.U.C.A.: The Beginning

L.U.C.A.: The Beginning Korean Drama - Kim Rae Won

L.U.C.A.: The Beginning is about the idea that all species descended from a common ancestor. It focuses on a man (Kim Rae Won) who is born into the world of genetics and has special powers but doesn’t know who he is so he is looking for answers. He is joined by a detective (Lee Da Hee) on his search.

L.U.C.A.: The Beginning airs Monday and Tuesday on tvN.

Love Scene Number

Love Scene Number Korean Drama - Kim Bo Ra

Love Scene Number follows the complicated love lives of four women (Kim Bo Ra, Shim Eun Woo, Ryu Hwa Young, Park Jin Hee) of different ages facing turning points in their lives.

Love Scene Number airs Monday on MBC.

She Would Never Know

Sunbae, Don't Put on That Lipstick Korean Drama - Rowoon and Won Jin Ah

She Would Never Know is an office romantic comedy set at a cosmetics company about the romance between a sunbae (Won Jin Ah) who is a brand marketer that has dreams of starting her own cosmetics brand and a hoobae (Rowoon) who is also a brand marketer.

She Would Never Know airs Monday and Tuesday on JTBC.

Royal Secret Agent

Secret Royal Inspector Korean Drama - L

Royal Secret Agent is about a secret royal inspector (L) during the Joseon Era whose job is to spend his nights among the regular people while hiding his identity and then report back to the king the problems they face.

Royal Secret Agent airs Monday and Tuesday on KBS.


Times Korean Drama - Lee Seo Jin and Lee Joo Young

Times is a political thriller about a reporter from 2020 (Lee Joo Young) who is able to call a reporter in 2015 (Lee Seo Jin), and they team up to prevent the assassination of the president.

Times airs Saturday and Sunday on OCN.

Love (ft. Marriage and Divorce)

Marriage Lyrics and Divorce Music Korean Drama - Sung Hoon and Lee Ga Ryeung

Love (ft. Marriage and Divorce) is about three women in their 30’s, 40’s, and 50’s (Lee Ga Ryeong, Park Joo Mi, Jeon Soo Kyung) who face difficult times alongside their husbands.

Love (ft. Marriage and Divorce) airs Saturday and Sunday on TV Chosun.

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!

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17 Responses to 10 Korean Dramas You Need to Be Watching in March 2021

  1. D says:

    I’m also looking forward to Mouse. Lee Seung Gi!!! Can’t wait. 🙂

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  2. Snow Flower says:

    I am looking forward to Joseon Exorcist and Oh Master. Will keep an eye on the ballet drama too.
    Currently watching LUCA, Sisyphus, and River.
    Binging on Haechi.

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    • Kay says:

      I plan to watch your 3 currently watching plus Mouse, Love Alarm, Vincenzo, and maybe Beyond Evil. Oh Master is a maybe too so I’ll be looking for reactions to that one 🙂


  3. humbledaisy1 says:

    Oh Master looks lovely! And – I think I could be sucked into Royal Secret Agent. I actually was really looking forward to Joseon Exorcist until I found out it was about zombie spirits and not ghosts. I’ve watched a lot of Chinese/Hong Kong movies about exorcists and they are usually good. Zombies – they gross me out!

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    • Kay says:

      Royal Secret Agent is on my list too. Oh Master is on the maybe list. Haha, yeah, I understand about the zombies. Joseon Exorcist will probably be a bit much for me. I do plan to watch last year’s Zombie Detective though since I hear it’s more on the fun side as far as zombies go. We’ll see!


  4. MyKDramaticLife says:

    Two Song Kangs are coming! 😊
    But I don’t feel like checking Navillera out. I’m not quite sure why but it does not interest me, yet.
    But will surely check out Love Alarm 2. Have seen the season 1 and I need the second one. Hehe.

    But on top of my list this month is Mouse. For some reason, Mouse sounds unique and thrilling fun! LSG is big plus too.

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    • Kay says:

      They are! We have two Kim So Hyun’s too 🙂 I’ve been waiting for season 2 of Love Alarm so I can watch the first season also, hehe.

      Mouse is a must watch for me too, primarily because of Lee Seung Gi, but the plot does sound good too 🙂

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  5. I have been waiting for Love Alarm since season 1 came out! Finally I can get over that cliffhanger. I’m currently watching Hello Me!, Sisyphus, LUCA, and She Would Never Know. I was going to watch River When the Moon Rises because of Jisoo and now I’m not going to watch it because of him. I know he left the drama, but still I don’t think I can get through it because of him 💀 Penthouse has been on my list forever, but haven’t had a chance to watch it because of uni. I hope all is going well with you and stay safe!

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    • Kay says:

      I’m glad you will get to enjoy season 2 soon! I have been waiting for it to come out before I watch season 1 so I can watch it all together 🙂 Looks like you have some good dramas going in the meantime. It really is too bad about River Where the Moon Rises. It’s one of my favorite genres, I’ve heard such good things about it, and love Kim So Hyun, so I do plan to still check it out. Hopefully, Na In Woo transitions into the role well for the rest of the drama. I hate seeing so many people’s hard work go to waste. You stay safe too! ❤


      • Love Alarm season 2 was a bit funky for me. It went in an odd direction, but I didn’t hate it like everyone else lol. Good that you waited because the year and a half wait was not worth it. It is too bad. I really love that genre too, but I don’t know if I can get myself to watch it now. Let me know if it does turn out well with the actor transition!

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        • Kay says:

          Aww, sad to hear everyone hated it. I guess even though you didn’t love season 2, you weren’t in the hate it group, lol. I’m doubly curious now to see if all for myself, hehe.

          I’ll let you know how the actor transition goes in River too 🙂

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  6. Kate says:

    Adding Oh! Master to the list. Already watching River, Sisyphus, Vincenzo and Hello/Me. I wanted to watch Beyond Evil for Yeo Jin Goo but psych trillers cause me too much anxiety. And haven’t yet made the time for She Would Never Know and Royal Secret Agent. Not enough hours in the day for all those Kdramas!

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    • Kay says:

      From your list, I’ll be checking out River, Sisyphus, and Vincenzo. I will also be doing Mouse for Lee Seung Gi and Beyond Evil for Yeo Jin Goo. Really hoping they suit my crime thriller tastes since I’m picky with them, hehe. There definitely aren’t enough hours to watch all of the kdramas we want!

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      • Kate says:

        I’m looking forward to your Mouse and Beyond Evil reviews because I could never watch those kinds of shows 😦

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        • Kay says:

          Haha, yeah, I do like the thriller genre, but I’m usually pretty picky with it. Both have interesting premises, but I’ll admit it’s Lee Seung Gi and Yeo Jin Goo that really have me wanting to check them. Here’s hoping they aren’t too much for me! hehe

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