10 Korean Dramas You Need to Be Watching in March 2024
With warmer days on the horizon, we have new dramas to choose from to help us finish off winter. Let’s see what we have to look forward to in this March 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 March 2024:

My Pick:

1. Queen of Tears

Queen of Tears Korean Drama - Kim Soo Hyun and Kim Ji WonQueen of Tears is about a married couple with one as the legal director (Kim Soo Hyun) of the conglomerate Queens Group and the other a chaebol heiress (Kim Ji Won) who is known as the queen of Queens Group department stores as they struggle to survive and stay together through a crisisQueen of Tears is scheduled to premiere March 9 on tvN.


2. Midnight Photo Studio

Midnight Photo Studio Korean Drama - Joo Won and Kwon Na RaMidnight Photo Studio is a romance about a photographer (Joo Won) who takes photos of the dead that meets a woman (Kwon Na Ra) who protects him, and he realizes the importance of life.Midnight Photo Studio is scheduled to premiere March 11 on ENA.

3. Wonderful World

Wonderful World Korean Drama - Cha Eun Woo and Kim Nam JooWonderful World is a revenge thriller about a woman (Kim Nam Joo) who loses her son and decides to seek revenge on the person responsible after the law lets them go. On her journey, she meets a med student (Cha Eun Woo) who was once wealthy but lost his parents and ends up living a difficult life.Wonderful World is scheduled to premiere March 1 on MBC.

4. Nothing Uncovered

Grabbed by the Collar Korean Drama - Kim Ha NeulNothing Uncovered is about an investigative reporter (Kim Ha Neul) who has been accused of murder as she tries to find the truth and save herself.Nothing Uncovered is scheduled to premiere March 18 on KBS.

5. The Escape of the Seven: Resurrection

7 Escape Korean Drama - Hwang Jung Eum, Yoon Jong Hoon, Lee Joon, Lee Yoo BiThe Escape of the Seven: Resurrection is about seven people involved in the disappearance of a young girl. Starring: Hwang Jung Eum, Lee Joon, Uhm Ki Joon, Lee Yoo BiThe Escape of the Seven: Resurrection is scheduled to premiere March 29 on SBS.

6. Hide

Hide Korean Drama - Lee Bo YoungHide is about a woman (Lee Bo Young) whose husband (Lee Moo Saeng) goes missing so she sets out to discover the secret behind his disappearance.Hide is scheduled to premiere March 23 on JTBC.

7. Chicken Nugget

Chicken Nugget Korean Drama - Ryu Seung Ryong and Ahn Jae HongChicken Nugget is a comedy thriller based on a webtoon about a girl (Kim Yoo Jung) who enters a strange machine and is turned into fried chicken. Her father (Ryu Seung Ryong) and an intern (Ahn Jae Hong) team up to figure out how to change her back and encounter dark secrets in the process.Chicken Nugget is scheduled to premiere March 15 on Netflix.


8. Wedding Impossible

Wedding Impossible Korean Drama - Moon Sang Min and Jeon Jong SeoWedding 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 airs Monday and Tuesday on tvN.

9. The Impossible Heir

The Impossible Heir Korean Drama - Lee Jae Wook, Lee Jun Young, Hong Su ZuThe Impossible Heir follows the story of the illegitimate son of a Korean conglomerate (Lee Jae Wook) and his best friend (Lee Jun Young) as they plan to rise to the top of the company.The Impossible Heir airs Wednesdays on Disney+.

10. Pyramid Game

Pyramid Game Korean Drama - BonaPyramid 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 airs on TVING.

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

Korea-Khitan War


Doctor Slump

Doctor Slump Korean Drama - Park Hyung Sik and Park Shin HyeDoctor 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.

Queen of Divorce

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

Captivating the King

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

Flex X Cop

Flex X Cop Korean Drama - Ahn Bo Hyun and Park Ji HyunFlex 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.
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 June 2024 Drama Guide

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19 responses to “10 Korean Dramas You Need to Be Watching in March 2024”

  1. Snow Flower Avatar
    Snow Flower

    I will definitely check out Queen of Tears. Midnight Photoshop also looks interesting.
    Currently watching Captivating The King.

    1. Kay Avatar

      Queen of Tears and Captivating the King are on my list too 🙂 I hope you enjoy them!

  2. Kate Avatar

    I’ve added Midnight Photo Studio to my list.

    I’m currently watching Wedding Impossible which is good so far and I’m also currently watching Doctor Slump with is enjoyable. It’s cute and tackles mental health which is interesting.

    I started Impossible Heir and it’s really good so far but I’m getting it on Hulu with ads and it’s just unbearable to watch that way so I may need to wait to see if it shows up anywhere else some day on a streaming platform with no ads.

    The rest of the list doesn’t include genre that interest me despite some wonderful casting.

    1. Kay Avatar

      I’ll probably be checking out Doctor Slump since the doctoring seems light. Undecided on Wedding Impossible, so I’ll be keep an eye on it.

      I understand the frustration with the ads for Impossible Heir. I can handle the ads, but the subtitles on Hulu on my Fire get more and more delayed as the show goes on, and apparently it’s a long term issue with no fix. I toughed our Family: The Unbreakable Bond with it, but it was brutal. I don’t want to do it again if I don’t have to, lol 😅

      1. Kate Avatar

        Oh I didn’t think about the delayed subtitles issue. I’ve been so frustrated with the idea of paying for a streaming service then paying more for no ads. I have a few services I’m thinking about dropping for that reason alone, it’s the principle of the thing!

        1. Kay Avatar

          Yep, it’s ridiculous for sure. It seems like most of the services are going to that model now which is really disappointing 🙁

  3. sovietredstar Avatar

    Just finished watching the Chinese rom/com drama “Hello, I’m at your service”. Excellent show. It is everything I expect in a good Cdrama, A good balance of romance, light humor with some drama. Rating: 8.5/10

    1. Kay Avatar

      Sounds like another cute one. A good rom-com is always a treat 🙂

  4. sovietredstar Avatar

    I just finished another Chinese rom/com. “Perfect and Casual” First let me say that if you are looking for a Cdrama rom/com to try for the first time then this is the one for you. I was a little worried when I saw it was a contract marriage story but they told the story in such a great way it stands above most other of this genre. The humor is very good and had me laughing out loud several times. The romance is great. Rating 9/10

    1. Kay Avatar

      Oooh, even higher praise than the previous one! It’s really rare for me to laugh out loud in a drama, so I’d be curious if this one could do the trick 🙂

  5. kissingsun Avatar

    I’m currently watching Flex x Cop and its very good and highly entertaining. I’m waiting for the Impossible Heir to finish so that I can watch it all at once. Patience is not my strong suit and I know that this kdrama will have cliffhanger endings that will annoy me lmao.

    1. Kay Avatar

      Haha, I can relate to that. I watch all of my dramas after they’ve finished airing because I can’t stand to wait with all of the cliffhanger endings in kdramas, lol 🤣

  6. sovietredstar Avatar

    I was looking for something to watch so I was going thru the reviews and found the Japanese show “My Little Lover” Kay rated it high and I had wanted to try a Japanese show so I tried this one. Overall, it was a good show but not great (except the last episode which was great). It’s a fantasy show about a girl shrunk to a small size (about 5 inches or 13 centimeters). I was impressed with the special effects. Maika Yamamoto, the female lead, was excellent but the male lead. Taishi Nakagawa, was much too subdued and non-romantic for most of the show. I believe that the script was written to have his character seen as holding in is sadness and his growing feeling for the tiny woman. It would be hard to show his affection on screen for a 5 inch woman. Chapters 1 through 9 got a rating of 7. Chapter 10 gets a 10/10, as it had a proposal and wedding.  And the main couple married once they graduated from high school. That’s the first post high school I’ve seen in an Asian drama.

    1. Kay Avatar

      It’s great you ended up checking out My Little Lover 🙂 It was such a cute, feel good type of drama. Very simple but fun. I definitely think there would be challenges with showing affection with the Chiyomi being so tiny. Even though you didn’t love it, I would say 7 makes for a decent watch 🙂

  7. rahulraj097 Avatar

    Do watch Doctor Slump

  8. sovietredstar Avatar

    I just finished watching Dr Slump. Very good show. Even the ending was good. The supporting character romance was also very good. There were some surgery scenes. I don’t like scalpels, squirting blood, bloody lumps of bandages, etc. but I got through it without fainting. Rating 8/10

    1. Kay Avatar

      Yay that you enjoyed it all the way through! It’s looks really good 🙂 I don’t know if I’ll be up for multiple surgery scenes though 😬

  9. sovietredstar Avatar

    I just started watching Mask Girl. I thought it was a basic Kdrama based on the description. But was I wrong. It is an R rated show, a very dark show unlike Kdramas. Netflix describes it as a limited series. I’m not sure if I’m going to complete the series. Maybe after recovering from the shock.

    1. Kay Avatar

      Haha, yeah, some of those Netflix originals are really dark. I tend to prefer lighter fare, so I pass on most of those, lol 😅

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