Spring is just around the corner, and along with the change of seasons comes the excitement of many drama premieres.
Check out the wide selection of upcoming dramas, and find out which ones to look forward to!
Cast: Kim Seo Hyung, Ryu Deok Hwan, Park Hoon, Ahn Ji Ho, Kim Sae Ron, Jang Young Nam, and more
Premiere Date: March 2
Broadcast Details: Mondays and Tuesdays at 9:40 p.m. KST on SBS
“Nobody Knows” is about at-risk youth whose lives might have changed if they had been surrounded by good adults, and the adults who try their best to protect them. Kim Seo Hyung plays Cha Young Jin, a detective who has neglected her personal life for 19 years in order to achieve one goal. She might appear to be in ruins, but she is someone who has a warm heart.
Cast: Yoo Seung Ho, Lee Se Young, Jo Sung Ha, Go Chang Suk, Jun Hyosung, Yoon Ji On, and more
Premiere Date: March 11
Broadcast Details: Wednesdays and Thursdays at 10:50 p.m. KST on tvN
“Memorist” is based on a webtoon of the same name and tells the story of Dong Baek (Yoo Seung Ho), a detective with supernatural powers, and Han Sun Mi (Lee Se Young), an elite criminal profiler, who team up to track down a brutal serial killer. Unlike many fictional heroes who hide their identities, Dong Baek makes his powers known to the world as he bravely fights crime and evil.
Cast: Jo Jung Suk, Yoo Yeon Seok, Jung Kyung Ho, Kim Dae Myung, Jeon Mi Do, Kim Hae Sook, Kim Kap Soo, Jung Moon Sung, and more
Premiere Date: March 12
Broadcast Details: Thursdays at 9 p.m. KST on tvN
“Hospital Playlist” tells the ordinary stories of ordinary doctors and stars Jo Jung Suk, Kim Dae Myung, Jung Kyung Ho, Yoo Yeon Seok, and Jeon Mi Do as long-time friends who met when they were in medical school. The drama is a new project by director Shin Won Ho and writer Lee Woo Jung, who previously worked together on “Reply 1997,” “Reply 1994,” “Reply 1988,” and “Prison Playbook.”
Cast: Joo Ji Hoon, Ryu Seung Ryong, Bae Doona, Kim Sang Ho, Heo Joon Ho, Jin Seon Kyu, Kim Sung Kyu, and more
Premiere Date: March 13
Broadcast Details: All episodes released simultaneously on Netflix
“Kingdom” is a mystery thriller that tackles a zombie apocalypse taking place in the Joseon era. Following the first season, the second season will follow the crown prince Lee Chang (Joo Ji Hoon) in his battle to keep his people safe while feeling as though he can’t trust anyone.
Cast: Sung Dong Il, Jin Hee Kyung, Kim Kwang Gyu, Oh Hyun Kyung, Lee Bon, Seo Ji Seok, CLC‘s Eunbin, PENTAGON‘s Yeo One, and more
Premiere Date: March 15
Broadcast Details: Sundays at 7:55 p.m. KST on TV Chosun
“Somehow Family” is a sitcom about a uniquely constructed family consisting of members who work for the same airline at an airport. They live in a boarding house run by the couple Sung Dong Il and Jin Hee Kyung, whose characters have the same names as the actors. As a new type of variety drama, the upcoming show will deliver a unique form of entertainment to viewers.
Cast: Choi Jin Hyuk, Park Sung Woong, Jo Dong Hyuk, Jung Hye In, Han Ji Wan, Park Sun Ho, and more
Premiere Date: March 16
Broadcast Details: Mondays and Tuesdays at 10:50 p.m. KST on OCN
Based on the webtoon of the same name, “Rugal” is a sci-fi action thriller starring Choi Jin Hyuk as Kang Ki Bum, an elite detective who attempts to bring down a nationwide terrorist organization named Argos. In the process, he ends up being targeted by the powerful criminals behind Argos and is framed for murder. He joins an organization named Rugal and sets out on a quest to wipe out Argos once and for all.
“Find Me in Your Memory”
Cast: Kim Dong Wook, Moon Ga Young, Yoon Jong Hoon, Kim Seul Gi, Lee Joo Bin, Kim Chang Wan, Jang Young Nam, Lee Jin Hyuk, and more
Premiere Date: March 18
Broadcast Details: Wednesdays and Thursdays at 8:55 p.m. KST on MBC
“Find Me in Your Memory” is about the romance between news anchor Lee Jung Hoon (Kim Dong Wook), a man with hyperthymesia, a condition that gives people the ability to remember an abnormally vast amount of their life experiences in vivid detail, and rising star Yeo Ha Jin (Moon Ga Young), who has forgotten the most important moments of her life, as they come together to overcome their pain.
“365: Repeat the Year”
Cast: Lee Joon Hyuk, Nam Ji Hyun, Kim Ji Soo, Yang Dong Geun, Lee Shi Ah, Min Dohee, and more
Premiere Date: March 23
Broadcast Details: Mondays and Tuesdays at 8:55 p.m. KST on MBC
“365: Repeat the Year” will follow a mystery survival game as a group of ten people are sent back in time by exactly one year for the chance to create the perfect life for themselves, only for them to get trapped as things take a turn into psychological warfare. Lee Joon Hyuk will play Ji Hyung Joo, a homicide detective of seven years, and Nam Ji Hyun will play Shin Ga Hyun, a popular webtoon artist who never fails to secure her spot at the top of her field.
“A Piece of Your Mind”
Cast: Jung Hae In, Chae Soo Bin, Lee Ha Na, Kim Sung Kyu, Lee Seung Joon, Woo Ji Hyun, Lee Se Jin, and more
Premiere Date: March 23
Broadcast Details: Mondays and Tuesdays at 9 p.m. KST on tvN
“A Piece of Your Mind” will star Jung Hae In as Ha Won, a kind-hearted artificial intelligence (AI) programmer who has spent years in one-sided love and has resigned himself to his lonely fate. Ha Won’s unrequited love unexpectedly intertwines the fates of four different people who are each struggling with their own problems. Chae Soo Bin stars as Han Seo Woo, an optimistic classical recording engineer who finds herself drawn to watching Ha Won and his one-sided love from afar.
“Meow the Secret Boy”
Cast: Kim Myung Soo (INFINITE’s L), Shin Ye Eun, Seo Ji Hoon, Yoon Ye Joo, Kang Hoon, Kim Yeo Jin, and more
Premiere Date: March 25
Broadcast Details: Wednesdays and Thursdays at 10 p.m. KST on KBS2
“Meow the Secret Boy” is a fantasy-romantic comedy based on a webtoon about a cat who transforms into a human for mysterious reasons. INFINITE’s L will star as Hong Jo, the warm-hearted cat who helps heal his lonely owner’s emotional wounds, while Shin Ye Eun will play Kim Sol Ah, a puppy-like woman who makes the life-changing decision to adopt a cat. It is written by Joo Hwa Mi, who created tvN’s “Marriage, Not Dating” and “Introverted Boss.”
“Eccentric! Chef Moon”
Cast: Eric, Go Won Hee, Cha Jung Won, Jang Jae Ho, Ahn Nae Sang, Choi Kwang Je, and more
Premiere Date: March 27
Broadcast Details: Fridays and Saturdays at 10:50 p.m. KST on Channel A
“Eccentric! Chef Moon” is a heartwarming romantic comedy about Yoo Yoo Jin (Go Won Hee), a reckless world-famous fashion designer who suffers from memory loss due to an unexpected accident, and her experiences of love, growth, and success after meeting star chef Moon Seung Mo (played by Eric).
“The World of the Married”
Cast: Kim Hee Ae, Park Hae Joon, Park Sun Young, Kim Young Min, Lee Kyung Young, Kim Sun Kyung, Han So Hee, and more
Premiere Date: March 27
Broadcast Details: Fridays and Saturdays at 10:50 p.m. KST on JTBC
“The World of the Married” is a remake of the BBC One drama “Doctor Foster” and is about a married couple that falls apart due to betrayal and the ensuing whirlwind of love and hate. Kim Hee Ae plays Ji Sun Woo, a family doctor named Ji Sun Woo who leads a seemingly perfect life with a peaceful family, while Park Hae Joon plays her husband Lee Tae Oh.
“I’ve Been There Once”
Cast: Lee Min Jung, Lee Sang Yeob, Oh Dae Hwan, Oh Yoon Ah, Chun Ho Jin, Cha Hwa Yun, Kim Bo Yun, Lee Jung Eun, and more
Premiere Date: March (Date TBA)
Broadcast Details: Saturdays and Sundays on KBS
“I’ve Been There Once” is about the turbulent divorce story of the Song family that ends in the discovery of romance and familial love. The Song family includes a frugal father, a cute but materialistic mother, and four adult children with their own quirks and family troubles.