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5 New Korean Dramas In March 2021 To Add To Your Watch List

New Korean Dramas In March 2021 To Add To Your Watch List

February is about to wrap up and so it’s time to prep our next K-Drama watch list! This month of February truly gave us a lot of exciting Korean dramas that kept our eyes peeled every week. But as expected, March also has a nice list that’s worth anticipating.

Here are our picks!


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Mouse (Lee Seung-Gi)

  • Release Date: March 3, 2021
  • Runtime: Wednesday & Thursday, 22:30
  • Network: tvN
  • Cast: Lee Seung-Gi
Mouse_2021 Drama

Isn’t it super exciting to see Lee Seung-Gi back on the small screen?! His upcoming drama ‘Mouse’ is an action thriller to watch out for!

Lee Seung-Gi plays the role of Jung Ba-Reum, a rookie police officer who is faced with the dangerous case of pursuing a psychopath killer.

‘Mouse’ will air every Wednesday and Thursday on tvN, taking the slot of ‘True Beauty’.


Love Alarm 2 (Kim So-Hyun, Jung Ga-Ram, Song Kang)

  • Release Date: March 12, 2021
  • Runtime: 
  • Network: Netflix
  • Cast: Kim So-Hyun, Jung Ga-Ram, Song Kang
Love Alarm 2 (Kim So-Hyun, Jung Ga-Ram, Song Kang)

‘Love Alarm’ kept many of us hanging in the first season with its 2nd season being a bit overdue! But this sweet high school romance K-drama starring Kim So-Hyun, Song Kang, and Jung Ga-Ram, will be back on Netflix this month.

This webtoon-based drama revolves around three high school students whose relationships were intertwined because of an app. This app called “Jo Alarm” rings when someone who likes the user is near.

All episodes will be available for streaming on Netflix.


Joseon Exorcist (Kam Woo-Sung, Park Sung-Hoon, Jang Dong-Yoon)

  • Release Date: March 22, 2021
  • Runtime: Monday & Tuesday, 22:00
  • Network: SBS
  • Cast: Kam Woo-Sung, Park Sung-Hoon, Jang Dong-Yoon
Joseon Exorcist (Kam Woo-Sung, Park Sung-Hoon, Jang Dong-Yoon)

If you’re craving for something thrilling (and somewhat filled with horror), then ‘Joseon Exorcist’ should land on your watch list.

Set in the ancient Joseon era, the plot revolves around Lee Bang-Won (Kam Woo-Sung) who was later crowned as King and his battle with evil spirits. To protect the country, as well as his two sons, he’s willing to face the evil spirits haunting his people head-on!

‘Joseon Exorcist’ will air every Monday and Tuesday on SBS. It will take the slot previously occupied by ‘Penthouse’.


Navillera (Park In-Hwan, Song Kang)

  • Release Date: March 22, 2021
  • Runtime: Monday & Tuesday, 21:00
  • Network: tvN
  • Cast: Park In-Hwan, Song Kang
Navillera (Park In-Hwan, Song Kang)

Song Kang’s acting career is fully thriving as we see him one drama after the next! One of them is this upcoming drama titled ‘Navillera’ in which he’ll star along with veteran actor Park In-Hwan. We did a bit of digging about the plot of this drama and it seems like it’ll be emotional and heart-wrenching.

It tells the story of 70-year-old Sim Deok-Chool (played by Park In-Hwan) who has a lifelong dream of becoming a ballet dancer. But due to life’s hardships, he had to make ends meet for his family, hence putting his dream to an indefinite pause. But after retiring, he then decides to finally pursue ballet and then enrolls in a ballet company where he meets Lee Chae-Rok (played by Song Kang), a 23-year-old ballet student.

‘Navillera’ will air on tvN every Monday and Tuesday, taking the slot of ‘L.U.C.A.: The Beginning’.


Oh My Ladylord (Lee Min-Ki, Nana)

  • Release Date: March 24, 2021
  • Runtime: Wednesday & Thursday, 21:20
  • Network: MBC
  • Cast: Lee Min-Ki, Nana
Oh Master (Lee Min-Ki, Nana)

Aren’t we all so excited to see Lee Min-Ki and Nana back again in the small screen? Their previous dramas were surely a hit so ‘Oh My Ladylord’ is something we’re all looking forward to.

This rom-com tells the story of Ha Bi-Soo (played by Lee Min-Ki) who’s one of the best thriller drama screenwriters in Korea and Oh Joo-In (Nana) who’s a popular actress. While both live different lives and different relationship struggles, they soon end up living together.

‘Oh My Ladylord’ will air on MBC and take over the time slot previously occupied by ‘The Spies Who Loved Me’.

Read more: ‘Oh My Ladylord’ Fashion Info


Anything in particular that caught your attention? Which lands first in your K-Drama watch list?

Which K-Drama are you most excited about?

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