It’s starting to get colder now, so we definitely need our dramas to snuggle up to these days! Luckily, November is bringing new kdramas to choose from! Let’s see what we have to look forward to in this November 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 November 2022:
1. Reborn Rich
We’ve got an angsty revenge story with the drama Reborn Rich, and that’s right up my alley! Plus, with Song Joong Ki at the lead, we know we can count on an intense and impressive performance.
Reborn Rich is about a man (Song Joong Ki) who was loyal to a chaebol family but was framed for embezzlement and then killed. He is reborn as the youngest son of the family and sets out to take over as he plans his revenge.
Reborn Rich is scheduled to premiere November 18 on JTBC.
PREMIERING IN NOVEMBER:
2. The First Responders
The First Responders focuses on the joint response of police and firefighters as they work to save people’s lives during crimes and disasters. It focuses on a detective (Kim Rae Won), a paramedic (Gong Seung Yeon), and a firefighter (Son Ho Jun).
The First Responders is scheduled to premiere November 12 on SBS.
3. The Fabulous (premiere postponed)
The Fabulous follows the work, romance, and friendships of four young people in the fashion industry including a freelance photo editor (Minho) and a woman (Chae Soo Bin) who works at a high end fashion agency.
The Fabulous will air on Netflix. (premiere postponed)
4. Weak Hero Class 1
Weak Hero Class 1 is about a boy (Park Ji Hoon) at the top of his school that appears weak, but he begins to mature and uses his mind to fight against school violence.
Weak Hero Class 1 is scheduled to premiere November 18 on wavve.
5. Summer Strike
Summer Strike is a mystery romance set in a small seaside town about a librarian (Im Siwan) and a woman (Seolhyun) who recently quit her job.
Summer Strike is scheduled to premiere in November on Genie TV.
6. Revenge of Others
Revenge of Others is a revenge thriller about a student (Shin Ye Eun) trying to uncover the truth behind her twin brother’s death.
Revenge of Others is scheduled to premiere November 9 on Disney+.
CURRENTLY AIRING IN NOVEMBER:
7. Curtain Call
Curtain Call is about an old woman (Go Doo Shim) who fled North Korea and was separated from her husband and child. She sets up a hotel in South Korea and hopes to reunite with them before she dies. An unknown theater actor (Kang Ha Neul) pretends to be her grandson in order to fulfill her last wish and gets involved with the woman’s granddaughter (Ha Ji Won).
Curtain Call airs Monday and Tuesday on KBS.
8. Cheer Up
Cheer Up is a mystery romantic comedy about a a group of college students who are part of a once successful cheering squad that is now in bad shape. They include the captain (Bae In Hyuk) of the cheering squad and a rookie member (Han Ji Hyun).
Cheer Up airs Monday and Tuesday on SBS.
9. May I Help You
May I Help You is a fantasy drama about a man (Lee Jun Young) who runs errands starting at 100 won and a funeral director (Hyeri) who grants wishes for the dead that team up to run a business.
May I Help You airs Wednesday and Thursday on MBC.
10. Under the Queen’s Umbrella
Under the Queen’s Umbrella is set during the Joseon era and is about a queen (Kim Hye Soo) dealing with her five troublemaking sons as they are tried to be made into good princes.
Under the Queen’s Umbrella airs Friday and Saturday on tvN.
Other Premieres & Ongoing Dramas
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AND SO YOU’RE UP TO DATE,
OTHER DRAMAS THAT WILL BE ENDING IN NOVEMBER:
Love is for Suckers
Love is for Suckers is about long time friends who begin to develop feelings for each other after they unexpectedly end up as a PD (Lee Da Hee) and a contestant (Choi Siwon) on a dating show.
Love is for Suckers airs Wednesday and Thursday on ENA.
Bad Prosecutor is about a delinquent prosecutor (D.O.) who works to get rid of corruption in the prosecution organization and to deliver justice to victims.
Bad Prosecutor airs Wednesday and Thursday on KBS.
The Empire is about the tumultuous lives of the upper class of the legal field including a married couple who is the head of the Central District Prosecutor’s Office (Kim Sun Ah) and a law school professor (Ahn Jae Wook).
The Empire airs Saturday and Sunday on JTBC.
Love in Contract
Love in Contract is about a talented woman (Park Min Young) whose job during the week is to pretend to be the wife of single men to help them with gatherings, reunions, and other events, but she likes to keep Sunday to herself. She then gets involved with a mysterious man (Go Kyung Pyo) who is a longtime contract of hers for Monday, Wednesday, and Friday as well as a new client (Kim Jae Young) she sees on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday.
Love in Contract airs Wednesday and Thursday on tvN.
Golden Spoon is about a student from a poor family (Yook Sung Jae) that uses a magical golden spoon to switch fates with a student from a wealthy family (Lee Jong Won).
Golden Spoon airs Friday and Saturday on MBC.
Blind is a mystery thriller that tells the story of a detective (Taecyeon), a judge (Ha Suk Jin), and a social worker (Jung Eun Ji) in a setting where regular people turn a blind eye to injustice which causes more suffering.
Blind airs Friday and Saturday on tvN.
One Dollar Lawyer
One Dollar Lawyer tells the story of a troublesome lawyer (Nam Goong Min) who is very talented, but he only charges 1000 won to his clients.
One Dollar Lawyer airs Friday and Saturday on SBS.
Mental Coach Jegal
Mental Coach Jegal tells the story of a former national athlete (Jung Woo) that was involved in a scandal and had to quit who becomes a mental coach for retired athletes and athletes who are in a slump.
Mental Coach Jegal airs Monday and Tuesday on tvN.
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
December 2022 Drama Guide
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