November 2023: 10 Sizzling Korean Drama Lineup You Can’t-Miss!

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As the autumn leaves fall and November ushers in a crisp chill, what better way to stay warm and entertained than by immersing yourself in the mesmerizing world of Korean dramas?

This November, the K-drama landscape promises to be on fire with an exciting line-up of shows that cater to various tastes, from heartwarming romance to pulse-pounding mysteries. Here’s a sneak peek at the ten highly anticipated Korean dramas scheduled for release this November.

1. Moon in the Day — November 1

Genres: Thriller, Historical, Romance, Fantasy

Kicking off the month with a bang is Moon in the Day. This captivating series follows the tale of a modern-day actor who finds himself possessed by his vengeful former self from ancient Korea, driven by a thirst for vengeance against his own accidental modern-day rescuer. With a mix of thrilling historical elements and a dash of romance, this drama promises to be a unique and exhilarating watch.

2. Daily Dose of Sunshine — November 3

Genre: Medical

For fans of slice-of-life and medical dramas, Daily Dose of Sunshine is set to be your perfect prescription. This Netflix-produced series revolves around a nurse who faces new challenges after her transfer to the neuropsychiatry department. With all 12 episodes dropping on November 3, you can expect a compelling narrative that delves into the complexities of the medical world.

3. Vigilante — November 8

Genres: Action, Thriller, Psychological, Crime

Buckle up for a rollercoaster of emotions and action with Vigilante. Starring Nam Joo Hyuk as a man living a double life, this webtoon adaptation tells the story of a police university student who becomes a vigilante during the weekends, delivering justice to those who escape the legal system. With Disney+ backing this 12-episode drama, it’s a must-watch for action enthusiasts.

4. Goryeo–Khitan War — November 11

Genres: Action, Military, Historical, War

History buffs, prepare for a grand spectacle as “Goryeo–Khitan War” unfolds the epic tale of King Hyeonjong leading a war against the Khitans to unite Goryeo. This 32-episode historical drama promises a gripping portrayal of this tumultuous period, featuring political intrigue, war strategies, and a relentless fight for power.

5. Secret Playlist — November 18

Genres: Romance, Youth

“Secret Playlist” is a delightful webtoon adaptation that explores the clandestine romance between a K-Pop idol and a YouTuber. With young love at its core and the enchanting world of K-Pop as a backdrop, this series is set to be a heartwarming and enchanting journey.

6. A Bloody Lucky Day — November 20

Genres: Thriller, Psychological

A Bloody Lucky Day unfolds a suspenseful ride as a taxi driver’s seemingly fortunate day turns into a chilling nightmare when he unknowingly harbors a murderer on the run. This psychological thriller is bound to keep you on the edge of your seat, questioning every twist and turn.

7. My Demon— November 24

Genres: Action, Comedy, Romance, Fantasy

In My Demon, a cool-headed heiress enters into a contract marriage with a CEO who possesses a truly demonic personality. Expect sparks to fly, both literally and figuratively, in this romantic fantasy that combines comedy, action, and a touch of the supernatural.

8. The Story of Park’s Marriage Contract — November 24

Genres: Historical, Mystery, Romance, Fantasy

This time-travel drama revolves around a woman from the 19th century who travels into modern times, where she finds herself in a contract marriage with a man who bears an uncanny resemblance to her Joseon-era husband. The Story of Park’s Marriage Contract promises a mysterious and romantic journey that spans centuries.

9. Once Upon a Boyhood — November 24

Genre: Thriller, Mystery, Youth, Comedy

For those seeking a lighter thriller, Once Upon a Boyhood offers a refreshing twist. Follow the journey of a weak and socially awkward transfer student who finds himself entangled in a web of mistaken identity during unforeseen circumstances.

10. Tell Me That You Love Me — TBA

Genre: Romance, Life, Melodrama

Tell Me That You Love Me promises a touching modern-day melodrama based on the award-winning 1995 Japanese drama. This story revolves around the love between a hearing-impaired painter and an inspiring actress, offering a heartwarming and emotional experience.

With a diverse range of genres and captivating plots, November’s Korean drama lineup is nothing short of spectacular. Whether you’re a fan of thrilling mysteries, heartwarming romances, or historical epics, there’s a drama waiting for you.

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