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5 New Korean Dramas To Add To Your Watch List In November 2020

5 New Korean Dramas To Add To Your Watch List In November 2020

We have reached the end of October, and just like that – our favorite Korean dramas from last month are about to come to a wrap as well! Good thing there are upcoming K-dramas with superbly exciting plots that will surely fill our watch lists this coming November.

Here are 5 new K-Dramas to watch out for this coming November 2020!

NEW K-DRAMAS TO WATCH IN NOVEMBER 2020

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Birthcare Center (Uhm Ji-Won, Park Ha-Sun, Jang Hye-Jin, Yoon Park)

  • Release Date: November 2, 2020
  • Runtime: Monday & Tuesday, 21:00
  • Network: tvN
  • Cast: Uhm Ji-Won, Park Ha-Sun, Jang Hye-Jin, Yoon Park
Birthcare Center (Uhm Ji-Won, Park Ha-Sun, Jang Hye-Jin, Yoon Park)

tvN keeps on delivering K-Dramas with new, exciting storylines and so ‘Birthcare Center’ feels like something definitely worth looking forward to!

Starring a powerful female cast including Uhm Ji-Won, Park Ha-Sun, Jang Hye-Jin, and Choi Ri, this drama is set in a postnatal care center. Oh Hyun-Jin (Uhm Ji-Won) is a successful middle-aged executive in a huge company who recently gave birth. As she enters the birthcare center, she meets other women that will soon have a huge impact on her life as a mother.

‘Birthcare Center’ will air on tvN every Monday and Tuesday taking the slot of ‘Record of Youth’.

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Please Don’t Meet Him (Song Ha-Yoon, Jun, Yoon Bo-Mi)

  • Release Date: November 10, 2020
  • Runtime: Tuesday, 20:50
  • Network: MBC Every1
  • Cast: Song Ha-Yoon, Jun, Yoon Bo-Mi (APINK)
Please Don’t Meet Him (Song Ha-Yoon, Jun, Yoon Bo-Mi)

Romance and sci-fi? Sign us up! ‘Please Don’t Meet Him’ stars Song Ha-Yoon as Seo Ji-Sung and Jun as Jung Kook-Hee in this rom-com drama.

The plot revolves around the life of Seo Ji-Sung, an AI programmer who longs for a love life but is afraid to end up with the wrong person. In the process of developing AI for a new appliance, she accidentally invented an AI technology that helps her identify a person’s bad character. She then chances upon a firefighter, Jung Kook-Hee, who becomes the only person her AI can’t analyze due to his absence on social media.

‘Please Don’t Meet Him’ will air every Tuesday on MBC Every1.

Trailer

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Live On (Jung Da-Bin, Minhyun)

  • Release Date: November 17, 2020
  • Runtime: Tuesday, 21:30
  • Network: JTBC
  • Cast: Jung Da-Bin, Minhyun (NU’EST)
Live On (Jung Da-Bin, Minhyun)

Now for those looking for the classic, young, high school romance plot, JTBC’s ‘Live On’ is definitely for you.

Starring Jung Da-Bin and Minhyun, this drama tells the story of Baek Ho-Rang who’s the popular pretty girl in school. But despite her popularity due to her pretty looks, many of the students find her personality rough and condescending. She then encounters a situation wherein an anonymous person threatened to reveal her secret. To find that person, Ho-Rang joins the broadcasting club where she meets Go Eun-Taek.

‘Live On’ will air every Tuesday on MBC with only 8 episodes.

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The Uncanny Counter (Jo Byung-Gyu, Yoo Yoon-Sang, Kim Se-Jeong, Yeom Hye-Ran, Ahn Suk-Hwan)

  • Release Date: November 28, 2020
  • Runtime: Saturday & Sunday, 22:30
  • Network: OCN
  • Cast: Jo Byung-Gyu, Yoo Yoon-Sang, Kim Se-Jeong (GUGUDAN), Yeom Hye-Ran, Ahn Suk-Hwan
The Uncanny Counter (Jo Byung-Gyu, Yoo Yoon-Sang, Kim Se-Jeong, Yeom Hye-Ran, Ahn Suk-Hwan)

Based on a popular webtoon on Daum, ‘The Uncanny Counter’ delves into an interesting thriller mystery plot with a touch of paranormal nature.

The story is about a group called ‘Counter’ – a secret small organization that hunts down evil spirits. The members disguise themselves as employees in a small noodle restaurant and each of them has special abilities. This drama stars Jo Byung-Gyu, Yoo Yoon-Sang, Kim Se-Jeong, Yeom Hye-Ran, and Ahn Suk-Hwan.

‘The Uncanny Counter’ will air on OCN every Saturday and Sunday. It will take the slot of the K-Drama ‘Search’.

Trailer

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Awaken (Namkoong Min, Seolhyun)

  • Release Date: November 30, 2020
  • Runtime: Monday & Tuesday, 21:00
  • Network: tvN
  • Cast: Namkoong Min, Seolhyun
Awaken (Namkoong Min, Seolhyun)

For mystery thriller lovers out there, here’s something to look forward to this coming November. Starring Namkoong Min and Seolhyun, ‘Awaken’ dives into the story of Do Jung-Woo and Kong Hye-Won as they both try to uncover the mysterious cases happening in their town. These cases seem to be connected to the odd circumstances that happened 26 years ago.

‘Awaken’ will air by the end of November on tvN every Monday and Tuesday, taking the place of ‘Birthcare Center’.

Trailer

We hope this list of K-Dramas made you excited! We’re so looking forward to watching these star-studded dramas as well. Which one are you most excited to see this November?

Which K-Drama are you most excited about?

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