April has arrived and with it comes more new kdramas! Let’s see what we have to look forward to in this April 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 April 2021:
1. Sell Your Haunted House
We have Jang Na Ra teaming up with Jung Yong Hwa for some ghostly adventures in Sell Your Haunted House. I like this duo, and the drama looks like a fun one!
Sell Your Haunted House is about a hot-tempered exorcist (Jang Na Ra) who gets rid of ghosts for her real estate business that teams up with a con-artist (Jung Yong Hwa) who doesn’t believe in ghosts.
Sell Your Haunted House is scheduled to premiere April 14 on KBS.
PREMIERING IN APRIL:
2. Taxi Driver
Taxi Driver is based on a webtoon about a taxi service where the drivers help their passengers get revenge on those who wronged them which includes a taxi driver (Lee Je Hoon) that was a special forces officer whose mother was murdered by a serial killer.
Taxi Driver is scheduled to premiere April 9 on SBS.
3. Law School
Law School is about a former prosecutor (Kim Myung Min) who is now a professor at a prestigious law school and a group of students (Kim Bum and Ryu Hye Young) that get involved in an unprecedented case.
Law School is scheduled to premiere April 14 on JTBC.
Undercover is a NIS agent (Ji Jin Hee ) who keeps his identity hidden that marries a woman (Kim Hyun Joo) who becomes the head of the Senior Civil Servant Corruption Investigations Unit.
Undercover is scheduled to premiere April 23 on JTBC.
5. Dark Hole
Dark Hole is a sci-fi mystery thriller about a former police officer (Lee Joon Hyuk) and a detective (Kim Ok Bin) who battle against humans that have turned into monsters from breathing in the dark smoke from a sink hole.
Dark Hole is scheduled to premiere April 24 on OCN.
CURRENTLY AIRING IN APRIL:
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 airs Wednesday and Thursday on tvN.
7. Oh! Master
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 airs Wednesday and Thursday on MBC.
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 airs Monday and Tuesday on tvN.
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.
10. River Where the Moon Rises
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/Na In Woo) feelings to her advantage and experiences conflicting emotions.
River Where the Moon Rises airs Monday and Tuesday on KBS.
AND SO YOU’RE UP TO DATE,
OTHER DRAMAS THAT WILL BE ENDING IN APRIL:
Sisyphus: The Myth
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.
The Penthouse 2
The Penthouse 2 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 2 airs Friday and Saturday on SBS.
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.
Hello? It’s Me!
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.
What dramas are you looking forward to or enjoying in April?
Make sure to get caught up because there are more dramas coming your way in May!
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