10 Korean Dramas You Need to Be Watching in November 2023

Somehow, it’s already November, and we are drawing closer to the end of the year. As the weather gets cooler, we need our dramas to cozy up to! Let’s see what we have to look forward to in this November 2023 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 2023:

My Pick:

1. The Story of Park’s Marriage Contract

The Story of Park's Contract Marriage Korean Drama - Bae In Hyuk and Lee Se Young The Story of Park’s Contract Marriage is about a woman (Lee Se Young) from the Joseon era who loses her husband on the first night of her marriage and is then is transported to the modern day where she gets involved in a contract marriage with a celibate man (Bae In Hyuk). The Story of Park’s Contract Marriage is scheduled to premiere November 24 on MBC.

PREMIERING IN NOVEMBER:

2. Vigilante

Vigilante Korean Drama - Nam Joo Hyuk Vigilante is about a vigilante police university student (Nam Joo Hyuk) who tracks down criminals at night, a reporter (Kim So Jin) who finds out about him, and an investigator (Yoo Ji Tae) trying to find the vigilante. Vigilante is scheduled to premiere November 8 on Disney+.

3. Daily Dose of Sunshine

Daily Dose of Sunshine Korean Drama - Park Bo Young Daily Dose of Sunshine follows the story of a nurse (Park Bo Young) in a psychiatric ward and all of the situations she encounters. Daily Dose of Sunshine is scheduled to premiere November 3 on Netflix.

4. Moon in the Day

Moon in the Day Korean Drama - Kim Young Dae Moon in the Day is a romantic thriller about top star (Kim Young Dae) whose body is possessed by the soul of an elite noble from the Silla Dynasty after being saved from a car crash by his bodyguard (Pyo Ye Jin) who looks just like another noble from the Silla Dynasty. Moon in the Day is scheduled to premiere November 1 on ENA.

5. My Demon

My Demon Korean Drama - Song Kang and Kim Yoo Jung My Demon is a fantasy romance about a demon (Song Kang) who loses his powers and enters a contract marriage with a chaebol heiress (Kim Yoo Jung) who is the enemy of everyone. My Demon is scheduled to premiere November 24 on SBS.

6. Tell Me That You Love Me

Tell Me That You Love Me Korean Drama - Jung Woo Sung Tell Me That You Love Me is a remake of a Japanese drama of the same name that follows the romance between a deaf artist (Jung Woo Sung) and an aspiring actress (Shin Hyun Bin). Tell Me That You Love Me is scheduled to premiere in November on ENA.

CURRENTLY AIRING IN NOVEMBER:

7. Castaway Diva

Castaway Diva Korean Drama - Park Eun Bin Castaway Diva is a romantic comedy about a girl (Park Eun Bin) who was dreaming of becoming a singer that is in an accident and ends up stranded on a deserted island. After 15 years, she is finally rescued and still hopes to achieve her dreams. Castaway Diva airs Saturday and Sunday on tvN.

8. A Good Day to Be a Dog

A Good Day to Be a Dog Korean Drama - Cha Eun Woo and Park Gyu Young A Good Day to Be a Dog is a romance that tells the story of a woman (Park Gyu Young) who is cursed and transforms into a dog whenever she kisses a man that gets involved with a man (Cha Eun Woo) who is afraid of dogs due to a past trauma. A Good Day to Be a Dog airs Wednesday on MBC.

9. Perfect Marriage Revenge

Perfect Marriage Revenge Korean Drama - Sung Hoon and Jung Yoo Min Perfect Marriage Revenge is about a woman (Jung Yoo Min who travels back in time and enters into a contract marriage with a wealthy CEO (Sung Hoon) to get revenge on her previous husband. Perfect Marriage Revenge airs Saturday and Sunday on MBN.

10. The Matchmakers

The Matchmakers Korean Drama - Rowoon and Choi Yi Hyun The Matchmakers is a historical romantic comedy about a man (Rowoon) who almost became the son-in-law of the king and married a princess, but she died at the wedding ceremony. He then gets involved in a matchmaking business and gets help from a young widow (Choi Yi Hyun). The Matchmakers airs Monday and Tuesday on KBS.


Other Premieres & Ongoing Dramas (These dramas will be highlighted in the coming months)

Goryeo-Khitan War


AND SO YOU’RE UP TO DATE, OTHER DRAMAS THAT WILL BE ENDING IN NOVEMBER:

My Dearest 2

My Dearest 2 Korean Drama - Nam Goong Min and Ahn Eun Jin My Dearest 2 is a historical romance set during the Joseon dynasty during wartime about a man (Nam Goong Min) with a tragic past and no desire to marry who falls for a charming noblewoman (Ahn Eun Jin) with multiple failed marriages who wants to love again. My Dearest 2 airs Friday and Saturday on MBC.

Strong Girl Nam-soon

Strong Girl Nam Soon Korean Drama - Lee Yoo Mi Strong Girl Nam-soon is about a woman (Lee Yoo Mi) with super strength who went missing as a child in Mongolia and then returns to South Korea as an adult and reunites with her mother (Kim Jung Eun) and grandmother (Kim Hae Sook). Strong Girl Nam-soon airs Saturday and Sunday on JTBC.

Evilive

Audit Korean Drama - Shin Ha Kyun

Evilive is a noir drama about a struggling lawyer (Shin Ha Kyun) who encounters a villain and ends up stepping into the world of evil and becomes a top villain himself. Evilive airs Sunday and Monday on ENA.

Twinkling Watermelon

Twinkling Watermelon Korean Drama - Ryeoun, Seol In Ah, Choi Hyun Wook Twinkling Watermelon is about a teenager (Ryeoun) that lives a double life as a model student and a band member who travels through time and meets his teenage father. Twinkling Watermelon airs Monday and Tuesday on tvN.

The Escape of the Seven

7 Escape Korean Drama - Hwang Jung Eum, Yoon Jong Hoon, Lee Joon, Lee Yoo Bi The Escape of the Seven in about seven people involved in the disappearance of a young girl. Starring Hwang Jung Eum, Lee Joon, Uhm Ki Joon, Lee Yoo Bi The Escape of the Seven airs Friday and Saturday on SBS.


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!


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16 responses to “10 Korean Dramas You Need to Be Watching in November 2023”

  1. kdramachickblog Avatar

    So many of those have been added to the watchlist 🙂 With the holiday season upon us, lots of time to binge!

    1. Kay Avatar

      Yeah, this month had a bunch for me add to my list too. So many promising dramas coming in at the end of the year! 🙂

  2. Snow Flower Avatar
    Snow Flower

    I am interested in Goryeo-Khitan War.
    Currently watching: Twinkling Watermelon, My Dearest, and Castaway Diva.

    1. Kay Avatar

      I hope your current dramas are going well 🙂 I definitely want to check out Castaway Diva. Maybe Twinkling Watermelon. My Dearest looks great but probably a bit sad for me.

  3. sovietredstar Avatar
    sovietredstar

    I’m watching A Good Day to Be a Dog. It’s okay, nothing really outstanding. I’m watching it on Viki and they release a new episode every 10 days or so. If you like dogs there’s plenty of them in this show.

    1. Kay Avatar

      That’s kind of what I was expecting from the trailers. I do plan to check it out as it looks cute enough to make for an okay watch 🙂

      1. sovietredstar Avatar
        sovietredstar

        I finished this show today. I look forward to seeing your review. A very good show that I got emotional invested in. I was pleasantly surprised on how well they handled the cartoon aspect of the show. Despite a few complaints I would still rate it at least an 8.

        1. Kay Avatar

          Yay for a good drama for you! It’s definitely great when you get emotionally invested. And an 8 is very solid 🙂

        2. sovietredstar Avatar
          sovietredstar

          This reply was suppose to be for my Oh! Youngsim comment. Can you move it please. Thanks.

          1. Kay Avatar

            Luckily, I could tell that’s the drama you meant 🙂 Unfortunately, I can’t actually move the comment though. If you want, you can leave the same comment under the correct one and then I can delete this one and re-post my reply. Totally up to you 🙂

  4. sovietredstar Avatar
    sovietredstar

    Watching Oh! Youngsim. I’ve watched 5 of the 10 episodes. It’s pretty good. It is based on a cartoon. And the cartoon appears throughout the episodes. Luckily the cartoon doesn’t get too much screen time and takes away from the performers. Thus, the short clip in each episode is surprisingly a nice addiction.

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    1. Kay Avatar

      Glad you’re liking Oh! Youngsim. I’ll probably be watching that one this month at the some point 🙂

  5. sovietredstar Avatar
    sovietredstar

    Just finished watching “Woof – Meow Do you love me?” Cute couple. Shout out for Joo Jong-hyuk, he was very good in his supporting role. Good show but missing that something extra to be great.

    1. Kay Avatar

      I haven’t seen very many comments on that drama. It does sound cute. I’m glad you liked it for the most part 🙂

  6. sovietredstar Avatar
    sovietredstar

    Since this forum is primarily Korea shows and I had already posted about 2 Chinese shows I wasn’t going to post again on a Chinese show. But I am going to pass on information on one more. The reason being that the Cdrama has a lot of military combat action. I can’t recall many K or C drama where most of the male main characters are in the military and there is a lot of combat. If you like military action you will like this show.
    The show is “My Dear Guardian”. Lead male is a Chinese army officer, female lead is a military doctor. There are three other supporting character romances. Yes, three, all of them good. There are 40 episodes so there is time for these romances to develop properly.

    1. Kay Avatar

      You’re always welcome to share any dramas experiences here 🙂 That does sound like My Dear Guardian is a bit unique in the drama landscape. And having action and multiple romances is definitely a bonus!

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