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

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

Last month brought us a lot of super exciting Korean dramas to watch, don’t you agree? Some of them are still ongoing, making our hearts flutter, while some are nearing its end.

But here we are again, greeting another month with a bunch of new exciting K-Dramas to look forward to!


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The King’s Affection (Park Eun-Bin, Rowoon)

  • Release Date: October 11, 2021
  • Runtime: Monday & Tuesday 21:30
  • Network: KBS2
  • Cast: Park Eun-Bin, Rowoon
The King’s Affection (Park Eun-Bin, Rowoon)

Of course, what’s a K-Drama list without any sageuk historical dramas! ‘The King’s Affection’ stars Park Eun-Bin and SF9‘s Rowoon in a romance story set in the Joseon era.

The plot tells the story of the royal twins in which the son is bound to ascend the throne. The son dies and so his twin sister had to take his spot to the throne – but as a crown prince. She was raised as Prince Lee Hwi (Park Eun-Bin) and now she’s faced with the challenge of keeping her real identity a secret. She then meets Jung Ji-Woon (Rowoon) and soon develops feelings for him.

‘The King’s Affection’ will air on KBS2 every Monday and Tuesday. It will be at the slot previously taken by ‘Police University’.


To be updated.

Reflection of You (Go Hyun-Jung, Shin Hyun-Bin)

  • Release Date: October 13, 2021
  • Runtime: Wednesday & Thursday 22:30
  • Network: JTBC
  • Cast: Go Hyun-Jung, Shin Hyun-Bin
Reflection of You (Go Hyun-Jung, Shin Hyun-Bin)

Starring Go Hyun-Jung and Shin Hyun-Bin, ‘Reflection’ is a drama that deeply delves into the life of Jung Hee-Joo (Go Hyun-Jung), who had her great share of struggles in her youth. Years later, she’s become successful in her career and is married to a medical hospital heir. She then meets a young woman who’s poor and struggling, which reminded her of her younger self.

‘Reflection of You’ will take over ‘Monthly Magazine Home’ and will air every Wednesday and Thursday on JTBC.

Read more: ‘Reflection Of You’ Fashion Info


My Name (Han So-Hee)

  • Release Date: October 15, 2021
  • Runtime: 
  • Network: Netflix
  • Cast: Han So-Hee
My Name (Han So-Hee)

After seeing Han So-Hee’s soft and romantic side in ‘Nevertheless’, she’s now channeling a darker image for her upcoming Netflix drama ‘My Name’.  

The drama is about Yoon Ji-Woo (Han So-Hee) who seeks revenge for the death of her father. She now works for a notorious drug crime group but then eventually switched sides with the police to act as a mole for the group. This is in a dangerous attempt to seek the truth behind her father’s death.

‘My Name’ will be available for streaming on Netflix.


Jirisan (Jeon Ji-Hyun, Joo Ji-Hoon)

  • Release Date: October 23, 2021
  • Runtime: Saturday & Sunday 21:00
  • Network: tvN
  • Cast: Jeon Ji-Hyun, Joo Ji-Hoon
Jirisan (Jeon Ji-Hyun, Joo Ji-Hoon)

Next, we have this action drama that tells the heroic story of rangers working hand in hand to rescue people from the forest fire in Jiri Mountain National Park. Jeon Ji-Hyun and Joo Ji-Hoon play the roles of Seo Yi-Gang and Kang Hyun-Jo who work as rangers at Jiri Mountain National Park.

‘Jirisan’ will air on tvN every Saturday and Sunday, taking the slot of ‘Hometown Cha Cha Cha’.

Read more: ‘Jirisan’ Fashion Info


Inspector Koo (Lee Young-Ae)

  • Release Date: October, 2021
  • Runtime: Saturday & Sunday 22:30
  • Network: JTBC
  • Cast: Lee Young-Ae
Inspector Koo (Lee Young-Ae)

Korean superstar Lee Young-Ae is making her comeback with this crime/mystery-themed drama ‘Inspector Koo’, which is described as the Asian version of the British TV series ‘Killing Eve’.

The plot revolves around the story of Koo Kyung-Yi (Lee Young-Ae), a woman in her 40s who used to be an exceptional police officer. After quitting her police job, she now works as a private detective and insurance investigator. Among the cases she works on, she is faced with a baffling serial murder case with a young university student as one of her suspects.

Inspector Koo’ will air on JTBC every Saturday and Sunday. It will take the slot of ‘Lost’.


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