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9 New Korean Dramas In April 2022 To Add To Your Watch List

New Korean Dramas In April 2022 To Add To Your Watch List

Loads of K-Dramas made us feel all sorts of emotions last month, from the laughter we got from ‘Business Proposal’ to the endless tears we shed from ‘Thirty-Nine’. Some of these K-Dramas we listed are still ongoing but here we are again with another set of new Korean dramas for us to anticipate next month!

Let’s jump right in!

NEW K-DRAMAS TO WATCH IN APRIL 2022

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Tomorrow (Rowoon, Kim Hee-Sun)

  • Release date: April 1, 2022
  • Runtime: Friday & Saturday, 22:00
  • Network: MBC
  • Cast: Rowoon, Kim Hee-Sun
Tomorrow (Rowoon, Kim Hee-Sun)

Looking forward to a fantasy drama next month? ‘Tomorrow’ is probably the drama you’d like to add to your watch list.

It tells the story of Choi Jun-Woong (Rowoon), who can’t seem to land a nice job despite his impressive credentials. One day, he comes across two death angels that ended up recruiting him to their crisis management team. Koo Ryeon (Kim Hee-Sun) and Im Ryong-Gu (Yoon Ji-On) are death angels responsible for saving people from trying to take their own lives.

‘Tomorrow’ will air on MBC every Friday and Saturday. It will take the slot previously occupied by ‘Tracer’.

Read more: ‘Tomorrow’ Fashion Info

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Green Mothers’ Club (Lee Yo -Won, Cha Ja-Hyun, Kim Gyu-Ri, Jang Hye-Jin, Joo Min-Kyung)

  • Release date: April 6, 2022
  • Runtime: Wednesday & Thursday, 22:30
  • Network: JTBC
  • Cast: Lee Yo -Won, Choo Ja-Hyun, Kim Gyu-Ri, Jang Hye-Jin, Joo Min-Kyung
Green Mothers’ Club (Lee Yo -Won, Cha Ja-Hyun, Kim Gyu-Ri, Jang Hye-Jin, Joo Min-Kyung)

After crying buckets of tears with ‘Thirty Nine’, here’s another heartwarming story about friendship.

In Korea, ‘Green Mothers’ is usually the term for the mothers of elementary school students who do a certain task of helping teach and organize the students. Through this, 5 mothers meet and share different stories of their lives with each other. The drama stars Lee Yo -Won, Choo Ja-Hyun, Kim Gyu-Ri, Jang Hye-Jin, and Joo Min-Kyung.

‘Green Mothers’ Club’ will air on JTBC every Wednesday and Thursday, taking the slot of ‘Thirty Nine’.

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Again My Life (Lee Joon-Gi)

  • Release date: April 8, 2022
  • Runtime: Friday & Saturday, 22:00
  • Network: SBS
  • Cast: Lee Joon-Gi
Again My Life (Lee Joon-Gi)

Now here’s a drama full of thrill and mystery! ‘Again My Life’ delves into the story of an exceptional prosecutor named Lee Hee-Woo (Lee Joon-Gi) who worked his way from being in the bottom rank of his class in high school to passing the bar exams. He then got assigned to a politician’s corruption case. Because of his involvement, he got killed – only to find himself waking up alive again.

‘Again My Life’ will air on SBS every Friday and Saturday, taking the slot of ‘Through the Darkness’.

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My Liberation Notes (Lee Min-Ki, Kim Ji-Won, Lee El, Son Seok-Koo)

  • Release date: April 9, 2022
  • Runtime: Saturday & Sunday, 22:30
  • Network: JTBC
  • Cast: Lee Min-Ki, Kim Ji-Won, Lee El, Son Seok-Koo
My Liberation Notes (Lee Min-Ki, Kim Ji-Won, Lee El, Son Seok-Koo)

A story about family and life struggles – ‘My Liberation Notes’ is set in a small village where three siblings and a total stranger cross paths. It stars Lee Min-Ki who plays the role of Yeom Chang-Hee, the second child among three siblings who wants to escape his life in their small town. His siblings Yeom Mi-Jung (Kim Ji-Won) and Yeom Ki-Jung (Lee El) also feel the same way as they search for ways to leave their small-town life. Then they suddenly meet Mr. Goo (Son Seok-Koo), a stranger that randomly showed up in their town.

‘My Liberation Notes’ will air on JTBC every Saturday and Sunday, taking the slot of ‘Forecasting Love and Weather’.

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Our Blues (Lee Byung-Hun, Shin Min-Ah, Cha Seung-Won, Uhm Jung-Hwa, Han Ji-Min, Kim Woo-Bin)

  • Release date: April 9, 2022
  • Runtime: Saturday & Sunday, 21:10
  • Network: tvN
  • Cast: Lee Byung-Hun, Shin Min-Ah, Cha Seung-Won, Uhm Jung-Hwa, Han Ji-Min, Kim Woo-Bin
Our Blues (Lee Byung-Hun, Shin Min-Ah, Cha Seung-Won, Uhm Jung-Hwa, Han Ji-Min, Kim Woo-Bin)

Talk about a star-studded cast! This feel-good K-Drama has big names to absolutely make you look forward to it, including Lee Byung-Hun, Shin Min-Ah, Cha Seung-Won, Uhm Jung-Hwa, Han Ji-Min, and also Kim Woo-Bin – which makes it his comeback in the small screen after a long hiatus. The story is about the different lives of people who all live on Jeju Island.

‘Our Blues’ will air on tvN every Saturday and Sunday, taking the slot of ‘Twenty Five Twenty One’.

Read more: ‘Our Blues’ Fashion Info

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Love All Play (Park Ju-Hyun, Chae Jong-Hyeop)

  • Release date: April 20, 2022
  • Runtime: Wednesday & Thursday, 21:30
  • Network: KBS2
  • Cast: Park Ju-Hyun, Chae Jong-Hyeop
Love All Play (Park Ju-Hyun, Chae Jong-Hyeop)

In this drama, we talk about young love and sports. ‘Love All Play’ stars Park Ju-Hyun and Chae Jong-Hyeop who both play the role of great badminton players.

Park Tae-Yang (Park Ju-Hyun) chases her dreams again of being a successful badminton player despite being involved in an accident in the past. She then meets Park Tae-Joon (Chae Jong-Hyeop) and their love story begins to unfold.

‘Love All Play’ will air on KBS2 every Wednesday and Thursday, taking the slot of ‘School 2021’.

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Shooting Stars (Kim Young-Dae, Lee Sung-Kyung)

  • Release date: April 22, 2022
  • Runtime: Friday & Saturday, 22:40
  • Network: tvN
  • Cast: Kim Young-Dae, Lee Sung-Kyung
Shooting Stars (Kim Young-Dae, Lee Sung-Kyung)

Centered on the intense world of the entertainment industry, this drama tells the story of people who strive to make their stars shine the brightest!

Gong Tae-Sung (Kim Young-Dae) is his agency’s biggest rising actor. Tasked for his care is Oh Han-Byul (Lee Sung-Kyung) who leads the PR Team of the entertainment agency. Due to the nature of their work and their opposite personalities, both clash terribly. However, by spending more time together, they began to take their connection even further.

‘Shooting Stars’ will air every Friday and Saturday on tvN. It will take the slot of ‘Bad and Crazy’.

Read more: ‘Shooting Stars’ Fashion Info

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Showtime Begins (Park Hae-Jin, Jin Ki-Joo)

  • Release date: April 23, 2022
  • Runtime: Saturday & Sunday, 20:40
  • Network: MBC
  • Cast: Park Hae-Jin, Jin Ki-Joo
Showtime Begins (Park Hae-Jin, Jin Ki-Joo)

Another fantasy drama on the list is ‘Showtime Begins’ starring Park Hae-Jin.

In this drama, he plays the role of highly-skilled magician Cha Cha-Woong. Behind his skills in magic, lies his ability to see ghosts. Due to this ability, he then meets a female police officer whom he ended up working with to solve crimes.

‘Showtime Begins’ started filming last September 2021 will be aired on MBC everyday Saturday and Sunday.

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The Killer’s Shopping List (Lee Kwang-Soo, Seolhyun)

  • Release date: April 27, 2022
  • Runtime: Wednesday & Thursday, 22:30
  • Network: tvN
  • Cast: Lee Kwang-Soo, Seolhyun
The Killer’s Shopping List (Lee Kwang-Soo, Seolhyun)

Now for a twist of mystery, crime, and comedy, you’ll have to check out ‘The Killer’s Shopping List’. The plot revolves around Ahn Dae-Sung’s life (Lee Kwang-Soo) as he struggles with his studies to pass the exam to become a public official. One day, a murder took place in the neighborhood, which is very close to MS Mart, the place Dae Sung works in. He then joins the investigation along with his police officer girlfriend Do Ah-Hee (Seolhyun).

‘The Killer’s Shopping List’ will air on tvN every Wednesday and Thursday, taking the slot of ‘Kill Heel’.

Trailer

Which K-Drama are you most excited about?

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