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4 New Korean Dramas Coming Out In February 2024 To Add To Your Watch List

Which K-drama are you most looking forward to watching?

New K-Dramas February 2024

Listen up, K-drama fam! Have you guessed what’s in store for us in February? Drumroll, please! Be fully prepared to welcome some new pals into your binge-watching circle. We’ve got the inside scoop on some plots that will keep us guessing, romances that’ll have our hearts doing the happy dance, and mysteries that’ll leave us on the edge of our seats.

This month is all about emotions—get ready to gasp, laugh, and maybe even shed a tear or two. Can you feel the excitement building? Grab your favorite midnight snack and that comfy blanket; begin the drama-rathon!


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Branding in Seongsu (Lomon, Kim Ji-Eun)

  • Release date: February 5, 2024
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  • Network: U+mobiletv
  • Cast: Lomon, Kim Ji-Eun
  • Where to watch:Viki
Branding in Seongsu (Lomon, Kim Ji-Eun)

Can you imagine the irresistible charm of Lomon and the powerhouse charisma of Kim Ji-Eun colliding in ‘Branding in Seongsu’?!

Well, Meet So Eun-Ho (acted by Lomon), the office’s eternal thrill-seeker with a knack for cute charm. At the busy marketing agency, he’s the oldest intern, juggling youthful vibes as well as unexpected career choices. Clash alert! There goes Kang Na-Eon (played by Kim Ji-Eun)  the workaholic marketing prodigy, known for conquering projects while sacrificing personal ties. Their worlds collide when an unexpected incident – and an even more unexpected kiss – leads to a soul-swapping twist. Can their swapped souls bridge the gap between their radically different worlds?

Catch the magic on U+mobiletv starting February 5, 2024, for 8 episodes of soul-switching mayhem! 


A Killer Paradox (Choi Woo-Shik, Son Suk-Ku, Lee Hee-Joon)

  • Release date: February 9, 2024
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  • Network: Netflix
  • Cast: Choi Woo-Shik, Son Suk-Ku, Lee Hee-Joon
  • Where to watch: Netflix
A Killer Paradox (Choi Woo-Shik, Son Suk-Ku, Lee Hee-Joon)

A whirlwind of well-deserved justice and suspense? This intriguing combination of qualities is what this K-Drama is all about!

To give you an idea of how mysterious yet fascinating this drama is, here is the situation of an ordinary university student named Lee Tang (performed by Choi Woo-Shik): he accidentally eliminates the life of a rude drunk man, only to discover he’s put an end to a notorious serial killer on the run for four years! Cue the spine-chilling revelation – Lee Tang possesses a unique ability to identify those with dark intentions. Lee Tang basically transforms into an unlikely avenger, doling out karma to the wicked. On the other hand, Detective Jang Nan-Gam (enacted by Son Suk-Ku) enters the scene, piecing together the puzzle while suspicions loom large. But there’s more! An ex-detective named Song Chon, who is played by Lee Hee-Joon, adds another level of intensity to the pursuit.

Mark your calendars for February 9, 2024, on your Netflix radar to witness ‘A Killer Paradox’! The suspense awaits, and you won’t want to miss a single thrilling twist.


Wedding Impossible (Jeon Jong-Seo, Kim Do-Wan, Moon Sang-Min)

  • Release date: February 26, 2024
  • Runtime: Monday & Tuesday, 20:50
  • Network: tvN
  • Cast: Jeon Jong-Seo, Kim Do-Wan, Moon Sang-Min
  • Where to watch: Viki
Wedding Impossible (Jeon Jong-Seo, Kim Do-Wan Moon Sang-Min)

Please hold onto your hearts as ‘Wedding Impossible’ is about to serve up a delightful cocktail of love, laughter, and chaos!  

Here we can see the story of Na A-Jeong (brought to life by Jeon Jong-Seo), a very talented actress who navigates the complexities of showbiz. Even though she effortlessly embodies the role of a married woman, her dating life takes a backseat. However, here we enter her confidante of 15 years, Kim Do-Wan‘s Lee Do-Han, the heir to the prestigious LJ Group chaebol. As Do-Han faces familial pressure to marry, he reveals a secret that throws a delightful twist into the mix. Seeking refuge in friendship, he proposes to Na A-Jeong, catapulting her into the limelight as his pretend wife. But wait, there’s a disrupter – Moon Sang-Min‘s Lee Ji-Han, the younger brother with ambitions and a plan to derail the wedding. What’s gonna happen next?!

Don’t miss this interesting chaos starting February 26, 2024, on tvN’s Monday & Tuesday at 20:50!


The Impossible Heir (Lee Jun-Young, Lee Jae-Wook, Hong Su-Zu)

  • Release date: February 2024
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  • Network: Disney+
  • Cast: Lee Jun-Young, Lee Jae-Wook, Hong Su-Zu
  • Where to watch: Disney+
The Impossible Heir (Lee Jun-Young, Lee Jae-Wook, Hong Su-Zu)

Did you ever wonder what happens when ambition meets cunning strategy in the high-stakes game of wealth and power? Well, ‘The Impossible Heir’ brings you into the cutthroat world of corporate intrigue, where ambition is the currency, and betrayal is the name of the game.

In this story, Kang In-Ha, who is given life by the talented actor Lee Jun-Young, lives as a charming force determined to rise from rags to riches. When he discovers his secret lineage to the Kang Oh Group, the race for success begins. Partnering with his childhood friend Han Tae-Oh (personified by Lee Jae-Wook), these two dynamic minds forge a path to conquer the societal hierarchy. However, here’s the question: do you think they can outsmart an equally ambitious woman named Na Hye-Won (embodied by Hong Su-Zu) who comes with a turbulent past, or will their empire-building dreams crumble?

Watch the ruthless chess game of ambition and betrayal unfold as ‘The Impossible Heir’ takes the stage, streaming on Disney+ and Hulu starting February 2024. 


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