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10 New K-Dramas To Watch Out For In October 2020

10 New K-Dramas To Watch Out For In October 2020

Korean drama productions also had its share of struggles due to the pandemic, causing delays in filming and episode releases. But despite this, there are still a handful of upcoming Korean dramas to look forward to this month of October! Here are 10 K-Dramas to watch out for!

NEW K-DRAMAS TO WATCH IN OCTOBER 2020

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My Dangerous Wife (Kim Jung-Eun, Choi Won-Young)

  • Release Date: October 5, 2020
  • Runtime: Monday & Tuesday, 22:50
  • Network: MBN
  • Cast: Kim Jung-Eun, Choi Won-Young
My Dangerous Wife (Kim Jung-Eun, Choi Won-Young)

Another romance thriller in the list is ‘My Dangerous Wife’ starring Kim Jung-Eun and Choi Won-Young.

The plot revolves around the life of a married couple Sim Jae-Kyung (Kim Jung-Eun) and Kim Yeon-Cheol (Choi Won-Young). Jae-Kyung is from a wealthy family and she’s devoted to her husband of 6 years. However, things changed when she becomes involved in a kidnapping case. On the other hand, her husband Yeon-Cheol is a successful chef, and because he seems to be unhappy with his marriage, he gets involves with one of his workers in the restaurant he owns.

My Dangerous Wife’ will air Mondays and Tuesdays on MBN. It’s a remake of a Japanese drama of the same name.

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Do Do Sol Sol La La Sol (Go Ara, Lee Jae-Wook)

  • Release Date: October 7, 2020
  • Runtime: Wednesday & Thursday 21:30
  • Network: KBS2 & Netflix
  • Cast: Go Ara, Lee Jae-Wook
Do Do Sol Sol La La Sol (Go Ara, Lee Jae-Wook)

Looking for romance, comedy, and music? This sweet K-Drama concoction is what can be found in KBS2’s upcoming K-Drama ‘Do Do Sol Sol La La Sol’.

Starring Go Ara and Lee Jae-Wook, the story of romance sparked as the two characters Goo Ra-Ra and Sun Woo-Joon get connected through a small private piano school. Despite contradicting personalities, they were bound by their love for music.

‘Do Do Sol Sol La La Sol’ will air every Wednesday and Thursday taking the spot of ‘Into The Ring’.

Read more: ‘Do Do Sol Sol La La Sol’ Fashion Review

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Private Lives (Go Kyung-Pyo, Seohyun, Kim Hyo-Jin, Kim Young-Min)

  • Release Date: October 7, 2020
  • Runtime: Wednesday & Thursday 21:30
  • Network: JTBC
  • Cast: Go Kyung-Pyo, Seohyun, Kim Hyo-Jin, Kim Young-Min
Private Lives (Go Kyung-Pyo, Seohyun, Kim Hyo-Jin, Kim Young-Min)

Fancy a bit of more action and thrill? ‘Private Lives’ is a K-Drama that will satisfy your cravings for action! The story is about a group of swindlers who discovered a national secret. As they plan to reveal this huge secret, they face insane challenges, including a difficult battle against huge corporations and the government. The drama stars Go Kyung-Pyo, Seohyun, Kim Hyo-Jin, and Kim Young-Min.

‘Private Lives’ will air every Wednesday and Thursday on JTBC, taking the slot of ‘Was It Love’.

Read more: ‘Private Lives’ Fashion Review

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Tale of the Nine Tailed (Lee Dong-Wook, Jo Bo-Ah)

  • Release Date: October 7, 2020
  • Runtime: Wednesday & Thursday, 22:50
  • Network: tvN
  • Cast: Lee Dong-Wook, Jo Bo-Ah
Tale of the Nine Tailed (Lee Dong-Wook, Jo Bo-Ah)

Starring Lee Dong-Wook and Jo Bo-Ah, this romantic fantasy drama tackles the life of the legendary nine-tailed fox (Jo Bo-Ah) as she settles down into the city of Seoul. She then comes across a producer (Lee Dong-Wook), who is keen on chasing an exclusive story on her.

Tale of the Nine Tailed’ will take the slot of ‘Flower of Evil’ and will air Wednesdays and Thursdays on tvN.

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Search (Jang Dong-Yoon, Krystal Jung)

  • Release Date: October 17, 2020
  • Runtime: Saturday & Sunday, 22:30
  • Network: OCN
  • Cast: Jang Dong-Yoon, Krystal Jung
Search (Jang Dong-Yoon, Krystal Jung)

This action mystery thriller stars Jang Dong-Yoon and Krystal who are both playing the characters of military troopers fighting their way out of the DMZ. They come across mysterious creatures and circumstances that will put them to the test.

Search’ will air on OCN every Saturday and Sunday, taking the place of ‘Missing: The Other Side’.

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Start-Up (Suzy, Nam Joo-Hyuk)

  • Release Date: October 17, 2020
  • Runtime: Saturday & Sunday, 21:00
  • Network: tvN
  • Cast: Suzy, Nam Joo-Hyuk
Start Up (Suzy, Nam Joo-Hyuk)

For something more refreshing and romantic, this drama starring Suzy and Nam Joo-Hyuk is surely worth all the anticipation. The story tells the story of Seo Dal-Mi (Suzy) who aims to be a successful businesswoman through her startup venture. Nam Do-San (Nam Joo-Hyuk) is the founder of Samsan Tech, who also happens to be Seo Dal-Mi’s first love. As both people pursue success in their careers, they soon became each other’s source of strength.

Start-Up‘ will also air on tvN every weekend (Saturday and Sunday). It will take the slot of ‘Stranger 2’.

Read more: ‘Start-Up’ Fashion Review

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The Spies Who Loved Me (Yoo In-Na, Eric, Lim Ju-Hwan)

  • Release Date: October 21, 2020
  • Runtime: Wednesday & Thursday, 21:30
  • Network: KBS2
  • Cast: Yoo In-Na, Eric, Lim Ju-Hwan
The Spies Who Loved Me (Yoo In-Na, Eric, Lim Ju-Hwan)

If you’re up for something more action-packed and comically ‘twisted’, this drama should be very interesting!

Kang Ah-Reum (Yoo In-Na) gets into two twisted love affairs unknowingly marrying world-class spies. Her ex-husband Jeon Ji-Hoon (Eric) is a secret agent for Interpol but Ah-Reum only knew him as a travel writer. Ah-Reum is now married to a diplomat, Derek Hyun (Lim Ju-Hwan). However, Derek is a cold-blooded industrial spy who’ll do everything to get his missions done.

The Spies Who Loved Me’ will air every Wednesday and Thursday on MBC, taking the slot of ‘When I Was The Most Beautiful’.

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Kairos (Shin Sung-Rok, Nam Gyu-Ri, Lee Se-Young)

  • Release Date: October 26, 2020
  • Runtime: Monday & Tuesday, 21:30
  • Network: MBC
  • Cast: Shin Sung-Rok, Nam Gyu-Ri, Lee Se-Young
Kairos (Shin Sung-Rok, Nam Gyu-Ri, Lee Se-Young)

This fantasy action thriller is sure to be another heart-thumping drama as it delves into time travel.

Kim Seo-Jin (Shin Sung-Rok) is a young and successful executive in his company. He’s married to Kang Hyun-Chae (Nam Gyu-Ri) and is living a perfect family life with their only daughter. However, things changed when their daughter was kidnapped. In another setting, Han Ae-Ri (Lee Se-Young) is a hardworking student and part-time employee who does her best to support her sick mother. One day, her mother suddenly went missing. The lives of Kim Seo-Jin and Han Ae-Ri get intertwined as they both meet through time travel.

Kairos‘ will take the slot of ‘Dinner Mate’ and will air every Monday and Tuesday on MBC.

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The Penthouse (Lee Ji-Ah, Uhm Ki-Joon, Kim So-Yeon, Yoon Jong-Hoon, Eugene)

  • Release Date: October 26, 2020
  • Runtime: Monday & Tuesday, 22:00
  • Network: SBS
  • Cast: Lee Ji-Ah, Uhm Ki-Joon, Kim So-Yeon, Yoon Jong-Hoon, Eugene
The Penthouse (Lee Ji-Ah, Uhm Ki-Joon, Kim So-Yeon, Yoon Jong-Hoon, Eugene)

Starring big names like Lee Ji-Ah, Eugene, and Kim So-Yeon, ‘The Penthouse’ tackles a more mature plot set focusing on the lives of people who live in a luxury penthouse apartment.

Sim Soo-Ryeon (Lee Ji-Ah) is a very well-known socialite from a very wealthy family. She’s married to a successful real estate businessman. Oh Yoon-Hee (Eugene), on the other hand, is from a poor background who tries her hardest to climb the social ladder to be a part of the upper class. Their lives get connected as circumstances get them and the people around them intertwined.

‘The Penthouse’ will air on SBS every Monday and Tuesday, taking the slot of ‘Do You Like Brahms

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If I Cheat, I Die (Cho Yeo-Jeong, Go Joon)

  • Release Date: October 2020
  • Runtime: Wednesday & Thursday, 21:30
  • Network: KBS2
  • Cast: Cho Yeo-Jeong, Go Joon
If I Cheat, I Die (Cho Yeo-Jeong, Go Joon)

After joyful episodes of ‘Oh My Baby’ with actor Go Joon, he’s back with another K-Drama that’s a mix of romance, drama, and mystery thriller! Along with Cho Yeo-Jeong, the drama delves into the life of a married couple pursuing two different careers.

Kang Yeo-Joo (Cho Yeo-Jeong) is a well-respected writer that writes bestselling crime novels that involve brutal murders, most particularly of the male characters in her novels. On the other hand, her husband Han Woo-Sung (Go Joon) is a divorce lawyer who aces in his field.

If I Cheat, I Die’ will air every Wednesday and Thursday on KBS2.

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