10 Korean Dramas You Need to Be Watching in February 2024

February is here with several new premieres. There are plenty of currently airing dramas to enjoy and get caught up on too! Let’s see what we have to look forward to in this February 2024 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 February 2024:

My Pick:

1. The Impossible Heir

The Impossible Heir Korean Drama - Lee Jae Wook, Lee Jun Young, Hong Su Zu

The Impossible Heir follows the story of the illegitimate son of a Korean conglomerate (Lee Jun Young) and his best friend (Lee Jae Wook) as they plan to rise to the top of the company.

The Impossible Heir is scheduled to premiere February 28 on Disney+.


2. A Killer Paradox

A Killer Paradox Korean Drama - Choi Woo Shik and Son Suk Ku

A Killer Paradox is about an average college student (Choi Woo Shik) who accidently kills an upset customer at the convenience store he works at. At first he feels a lot of guilt, but then he learns the person was a serial killer and soon discovers he has an ability to know who bad people are becomes a hero to punish them.

A Killer Paradox is scheduled to premiere February 9 on Netflix.

3. Wedding Impossible

Wedding Impossible Korean Drama - Moon Sang Min and Jeon Jong Seo

Wedding Impossible is about a chaebol heir (Moon Sang Min) who can’t get married, so he asks his long-time friend (Jeon Jong Seo) who is an actress to pretend to be his wife.

Wedding Impossible is scheduled to premiere February 26 on tvN.

4. Pyramid Game

Pyramid Game Korean Drama - Bona

Pyramid Game is a thriller about a girl’s high school where students are graded with a popularity vote, and if they get F, they become victims of school violence. A new transfer student (Bona) becomes a victim and tries to get away and lead a rebellion.

Pyramid Game is scheduled to premiere in February on TVING.


5. Queen of Divorce

Queen of Divorce Korean Drama - Kang Ki Young and Lee Ji Ah

Queen of Divorce is about a woman (Lee Ji Ah) who loses everything after being betrayed by her husband. She becomes the team leader of a divorce settlement company that helps those who were wronged by their spouses with the help of her business partner (Kang Ki Young).

Queen of Divorce airs Wednesday and Thursday on JTBC.

6. Marry My Husband

Marry My Husband Korean Drama - Na In Woo, Park Min Young, Lee Yi Kyung, Song Ha Yoon

Marry My Husband is about a woman (Park Min Young) who is terminally ill that catches her husband (Lee Yi Kyung) having an affair with her best friend (Song Ha Yoon) and is then killed by her husband. She then travels back in time 10 years to get revenge on him with the help of a department head (Na In Woo) from her company.

Marry My Husband airs Monday and Tuesday on tvN.

7. Doctor Slump

Doctor Slump Korean Drama - Park Hyung Sik and Park Shin Hye

Doctor Slump is a romantic comedy about two rival doctors (Park Shin Hye and Park Hyung Sik) who are in a slump so they quit their jobs and live in a rooftop house where they experience life’s sorrows and joys together.

Doctor Slump airs Saturday and Sunday on JTBC.

8. Captivating the King

Captivating the King Korean Drama - Jo Jung Suk and Shin Se Kyung

Captivating the King is a historical romance that follows the cruel love story between a king (Jo Jung Suk) who is in danger and a woman (Shin Se Kyung) trying to seduce him for revenge but instead falls in love with him.

Captivating the King airs Saturday and Sunday on tvN.

9. Love Song for Illusion

Love Song for Illusion Korean Drama - Park Ji Hoon

Love Song for Illusion is a historical fantasy romance about a crown prince (Park Ji Hoon) with two identities, one as a prince who works as a fashion designer and the other a charming man who feels pain when in physical contact with others, that gets involved with a woman (Hong Ye Ji) who goes from an assassin to a concubine and loses her memory of the past.

Love Song for Illusion airs Monday and Tuesday on KBS.

10. Flex X Cop

Flex X Cop Korean Drama - Ahn Bo Hyun and Park Ji Hyun

Flex X Cop is about an immature chaebol heir (Ahn Bo Hyun) who suddenly becomes a detective on the violent crimes teams with plans of using his wealth and connections to help.

Flex X Cop airs Friday and Saturday on SBS.

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

Branding in Seongsu
Korea-Khitan War


A Shop for Killers

A Shop for Killers Korean Drama - Lee Dong Wook and Kim Hye Joon

A Shop for Killers is an action drama about a young woman (Kim Hye Joon) who lives with her uncle (Lee Dong Wook) that runs a shopping mall. After he suddenly dies, she gets an unexpected inheritance and becomes the target of killers.

A Shop for Killers airs Wednesday and Thursday on Disney+.

My Happy Ending

My Happy End Korean Drama - Jang Na Ra

My Happy Ending is about a furniture brand representative (Jang Na Ra) who had a difficult childhood and is obsessed with seeking success as she tries to change her unhealthy desires.

My Happy Ending airs Saturday and Sunday on TV Chosun.

Knight Flower

Knight Flower Korean Drama - Honey Lee

Knight Flower is a historical comedy investigation drama about a widow (Honey Lee) who lives a double life as the virtuous daughter-in-law of a noble family by day and a woman secretly taking care of others at night.

Knight Flower airs Friday and Saturday on MBC.

What dramas are you looking forward to or enjoying in February?

Make sure to get caught up because there are more dramas coming your way in March!

For the latest dramas, check out the
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22 responses to “10 Korean Dramas You Need to Be Watching in February 2024”

  1. Snow Flower Avatar
    Snow Flower

    Currently watching:
    Knight Flower – it’s all about her actions and his reactions.
    Started Captivating The King

    LJW’s drama looks interesting, but why is it on Disney? Big sigh of frustration…

    1. Kay Avatar

      Captivating the King is on my list. Yeah, quite a few dramas making their way to Disney these days.

  2. Kate Avatar

    Currently watching Marry My Husband (Excellent!), Love Song For Illusion (only episode 1 so far but the set up is intriguing), and Doctor Slump (Enjoyable but nothing to write home about).
    I’ve added Wedding Impossible to the list.
    All others are a hard pass.

    1. Kay Avatar

      I’ll definitely be checking out Marry My Husband. Maybe Love Song for Illusion. Please let me know how much doctoring there ends up being in Doctor Slump since that will be the major deciding factor in if I check that one out.

      1. Kate Avatar

        Only 6 episodes so far of doctor slump but it’s not about the doctoring, it’s 2 doctors who have experienced difficulties and are dealing with it together and falling for each other. There is one yucky scene in the very 1st episode that forms the basis of PHS’s characters issue but that’s it for ugh warning. Otherwise, at least so far, not a medical drama the way so many of them are.

        1. Kay Avatar

          That’s good to hear for me! If continues like that, I’ll probably end up checking it out 🙂 Thanks for the update!

  3. sovietredstar Avatar

    Just finished watching My Demon. Very good. Even the 2nd romance was good though it should of had more screen time.

    Rating: 8.5/10

    1. Kay Avatar

      Oooh, good to hear! I still have it on my list, so I like hearing the good praises 🙂

  4. sovietredstar Avatar

    I just finished watching the Chinese show “A Love So Beautiful”. It was pretty good. The story follows a group of friends through high school, university and adult life. I was impressed with the ability of the cast to portray their characters through teenage years to adulthood and be very convincing in doing so. The supporting cast romance was very good and got enough screen time. And finally, the ending was also very good.

    On the somewhat disappointing side was the performance of the lead male character. At least in the first half of the show. He was rude and disrespectful to the female lead. In the second half the romance really kicks in. He finally shows passion and love. The show ends with the next to last episode. The last episode shows the male lead in character explaining his earlier negative actions towards the female lead character. I have never seen that happen. And it helped me feel a little better about his performance and the show.
    Rating 8/10

    There’s a Korean remake of this show. I wasn’t going to watch it but I see the female lead is So Ju Yeon. So, I think I will. I’m a big fan of hers having seen her in several shows such as Dr Romantic 2 & 3.

    1. Kay Avatar

      That’s a good review for A Love So Beautiful 🙂 I did watch about 6 episodes of it years ago. I kind of liked it but had other dramas that were more interesting at the time (and wasn’t feeling the male lead) so I dropped it. I haven’t seen the Korean version. I wonder which one you’ll like better.

      1. sovietredstar Avatar

        SPOILERS. I finished watching the Korean show “A Love So Beautiful”. Since I had recently watched the Chinese version I decided to watch the Korean show to see how they compared. The Korean show was a later show based on the Chinese show.

        The Korean show was 90% a copy of the Chinese show. One difference was that the Korean male lead was not as rude nor disrespectful towards the female lead. As with the Chinese show the supporting characters’ romance was excellent. Like the Chinese show this show doesn’t become exciting until the characters leave the high school years. The Chinese show did a much better job letting the viewers know that the main couple had been intimate. Also, the Chinese show did a much better job showing the characters appropriately for their age and jobs as the years go by.
        Rating 7/10

        1. Kay Avatar

          Thanks for the comparison between the two. Also good know it gets better after the high school years as I didn’t get that far. Maybe sometime I’ll try the Korean version.

  5. sovietredstar Avatar

    Just started watching Doctor Slump. Seems to be good. I think its a from haters to lovers story. Not too much medical stuff, though there is some and their troubles are directly related to their medical careers the story so far is spends a lot pf time showing their relationship starting to change. Hopefully the show will rise above just being another hate to love story.

    1. Kay Avatar

      I’m still interested in this one, so if the medical stuff says light I’ll probably try it out. I do like hate to love stories as long as the hate doesn’t go on toooooo long 🙂

      1. sovietredstar Avatar

        The show is only 10 episodes. The relationship starts to change quickly. The show is fast paced. I’ve seen the 8 episodes available on Netflix, I have to wait for this weekend for the last two 8-(. There was only one intense medical scene (squirting blood, needles, scalpels, etc) Yuck! The show is a good mix of humor and drama.

        1. Kay Avatar

          That’s good to know! I can easily skip that, especially being at the beginning. I’ll probably check it out then 🙂

  6. sovietredstar Avatar

    I finished watching Dr Slump today. Overall a good show. The main couple was good. It’s the story of two doctors who knew each other in high school and meet as doctors during a time when each has serious problems in their life. The main romance was good but since it is a short series they were in and out and then in their relationship spread over too much of the available time. They needed more time together. The supporting cast romance had the potential to be very good (two single parent medical professional) but very little screen time was given them. The ending was a bit strange. The shows ends with the main couple being together but then there is a collage of short clips of scenes from their relationship which were not seen elsewhere in the show. For example, a short clip of the female lead’s mother walking in on the couple in bed together and being shocked. Were these clips just outtakes or shown at the end for some kind of affect?

    RATING: 7.5/10

    1. Kay Avatar

      It sounds like a nice romance drama 🙂 Are you sure it’s already ended? Several of the drama databases are showing it’s 16 eps with an end date of March 17. So maybe there’s more to the story and that’s why the ending seemed weird?

  7. sovietredstar Avatar

    It took me a few minutes to figure what happened. The available episodes ended and since I don’t usually watch new shows where you have to wait a week for new episodes, I thought the show ended. But, of course, it hasn’t. So far, it’s a great show.

    Feel free to delete my original comment.

    1. Kay Avatar

      I’ve actually had that happen before too since I don’t usually watch currently airing dramas. I guess it’s a happy surprise to get some “bonus” episodes 🙂

  8. rahulraj097 Avatar

    Do watch Doctor slump , its very good.

    1. Kay Avatar

      I have heard lots of good things about it, so it’s great to hear more praise for it. It is on my watch list 🙂

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