March is here, and with it comes thrills, melodrama, and romance in the world of kdramas. Let’s see what we have to look forward to in this March 2022 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 2022:
1. Crazy Love
Crazy Love looks like a fun rom-com with an intriguing set-up and plenty of craziness to work with in terms of comedy. Hopefully, it’s a good one!
Crazy Love is a romantic comedy about a CEO (Kim Jae Wook) who is told he will be murdered so he pretends to have amnesia and his secretary (Krystal) who is told she doesn’t have a lot of time left to live.
Crazy Love is scheduled to premiere March 7 on KBS.
PREMIERING IN MARCH:
Pachinko is an epic generational tale that chronicles the life of a woman (Kim Min Ha/YounYugJung) who fell in love during the Japanese occupation of Korea and eventually has to leave her homeland and try to survive.
Pachinko is scheduled to premiere March 25 on Apple TV+.
Tomorrow is a fantasy office drama about a man (Rowoon) looking for a job who gets into an accident and ends up working for a grim reaper company.
Tomorrow is scheduled to premiere March 25 on MBC. (UPDATE: Premiere pushed to April 1, 2022)
4. A Superior Day
A Superior Day is a thriller that tells the story of a firefighter (Jin Goo) whose daughter is kidnapped, and he is ordered to kill the serial killer (Lee Won Geun) living next door in order to save her.
A Superior Day is scheduled to premiere in March 13 on OCN.
5. The King of Pigs
The King of Pigs is a thriller about a man (Kim Dong Wook) who was traumatized by school violence 20 years ago that receives a mysterious message with ties to a serial killing.
The King of Pigs is scheduled to premiere March 18 on TVING.
CURRENTLY AIRING IN MARCH:
Grid is a mystery thriller about a tracker (Seo Kang Joon) and an investigator (Kim Ah Joong) trying to track down someone known as the Ghost who created a special grid to protect humanity from dangerous solar winds many years ago, but they have now turned up again as an accomplice to a murderer.
Grid airs Wednesday on Disney+.
7. Forecasting Love and Weather
Forecasting Love and Weather follows the romance between a cold, intelligent woman (Park Min Young) and a sweet, clumsy man (Song Kang) with a high IQ who both work at a weather forecast service.
Forecasting Love and Weather airs Saturday and Sunday on JTBC.
8. A Business Proposal
A Business Proposal tells the story of an office worker (Kim Se Jeong) who pretends to be her friend to go on a blind date which turns out to be the CEO (Ahn Hyo Seop) of her company.
A Business Proposal airs Monday and Tuesday on SBS.
9. Twenty-Five Twenty-One
Twenty-Five Twenty-One follows the romance between a sports reporter (Nam Joo Hyuk) and a national fencing athlete (Kim Tae Ri) through various encounters from 1998-2021.
Twenty-Five Twenty-One airs Saturday and Sunday on tvN.
10. Military Prosecutor Doberman
Military Prosecutor Doberman is about a man (Ahn Bo Hyun) who chose the job of military prosecutor for the money that meets a woman (Jo Bo Ah) who chose the job for revenge and then decides to become a true prosecutor by weeding out the bad from the military.
Military Prosecutor Doberman airs Monday and Tuesday on tvN.
AND SO YOU’RE UP TO DATE,
OTHER DRAMAS THAT WILL BE ENDING IN MARCH:
Thirty-Nine is about 3 friends (Son Ye Jin, Jeon Mi Do, Kim Ji Hyun) who are about to turn 40 and follows their romances and everyday lives.
Thirty-Nine airs Wednesday and Thursday on JTBC.
Sponsor is a romance thriller that tells the story of the love affairs involving two men and two women. Starring Lee Ji Hoon, Han Chae Young, Ji Yi Soo, and Goo Ja Sung.
Sponsor airs Wednesday and Thursday on IHQ.
Kill Heel centers around the competition between several women (Kim Ha Neul, Kim Sung Ryung, Lee Hye Young) who are home shopping hosts as they struggle for power.
Kill Heel airs Wednesday and Thursday on tvN.
The King of Tears, Lee Bang Won
The King of Tears, Lee Bang Won follows Yi Bang Won (Joo Sang Wook) as he helps his father (Kim Young Chul) overthrow the Goryeo Dynasty and establish the Joseon Dynasty.
The King of Tears, Lee Bang Won airs Saturday and Sunday on KBS.
Through the Darkness
Through the Darkness is a crime thriller about South Korea’s first criminal profiler (Kim Nam Gil) and focuses on the people who chase serial killers.
Through the Darkness airs Friday and Saturday on SBS.
Dr. Park’s Clinic
Dr. Park’s Clinic is a realistic comedy about a man (Lee Seo Jin) wanting to become a successful doctor while struggling with the business side of things and having few patients at his clinic.
Dr. Park’s Clinic airs Friday on TVING.
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 2022 Drama Guide
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