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8 New Korean Dramas Coming Out In September 2022 To Add To Your Watch List

Which among these upcoming K-dramas are you most excited about?

New Korean Dramas Coming Out In September 2022 To Add To Your Watch List

Aren’t we all so thrilled to see what new Korean dramas the month of September has for us? The K-Dramas we had last month surely put us in a whirlwind of feelings and emotions and we all know that we totally want more of that!

So for September 2022, here are 8 K-dramas to watch out for.

NEW K-DRAMAS TO WATCH IN SEPTEMBER 2022

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Little Women (Kim Go-Eun, Nam Ji-Hyun, Park Ji-Hoo)

  • Release date: September 3, 2022
  • Runtime: Saturday & Sunday, 21:20
  • Network: tvN
  • Cast: Kim Go-Eun, Nam Ji-Hyun, Park Ji-Hoo
  • Where to watch: Netflix
Little Women (Kim Go-Eun, Nam Ji-Hyun, Park Ji-Hoo)

Kim Go-Eun, Nam Ji-Hyun, and Park Ji-Hoo make a lovely cast in the upcoming drama ‘Little Women’.

The plot delves into the lives of three siblings, Oh In-Joo, Oh In-Kyung, and Oh In-Hye, who get involved in a complicated case wherein they have to go against the most powerful family in South Korea.

‘Little Women’ is set to air on tvN.

Read more: ‘Little Women’ Fashion Info

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Once Upon a Small Town (Choo Young-Woo, Joy)

  • Release date: September 5, 2022
  • Runtime: Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday, 19:00
  • Network: KakaoTV
  • Cast: Choo Young-Woo, Joy (RED VELVET)
  • Where to watch: Netflix
Once Upon a Small Town (Choo Young-Woo, Joy)

Here’s a feel-good drama with a touch of classic rom-com. ‘Once Upon A Small Town’ stars Choo Young-Woo who plays the role of Han Ji-Yool, a young veterinarian in the huge city of Seoul. Ji-Yool enjoys his veterinary career in Seoul but a sudden call from his grandfather made him travel to a small town called Heedong Village. As he arrives, he finds out that his grandfather is currently traveling around Europe and left his veterinary clinic for Ji-Yool’s care for half a year. During his stay at Heedong Village, he meets police officer Ahn Ja-Young (Joy) and through spending time together in the small town, their romance begins to blossom.

‘Once Upon A Small Town’ will be airing on KakaoTV as well as Netflix every Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday.

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The Law Cafe (Lee Seung-Gi, Lee Se-Young)

  • Release date: September 5, 2022
  • Runtime: Monday & Tuesday, 21:50
  • Network: KBS2
  • Cast: Lee Seung-Gi, Lee Se-Young
  • Where to watch: Viki
The Law Cafe (Lee Seung-Gi, Lee Se-Young)

Don’t we all love courtroom K-dramas? Well then, here’s a different take on courtroom dramas that you should watch out for. A combination of law and romance, ‘The Law Cafe’ stars Lee Seung-Gi as Kim Jung-Ho and Lee Se-Young as Kim Yoo-Ri.

The story is about Kim Jung-Ho who was once an exceptional prosecutor, but he was forced to quit because his father got involved in a scandal. He then meets charismatic lawyer Kim Yoo-Ri, who’s a lawyer at a big firm but due to an unexpected incident, she decides to quit her job. She then opens a ‘Law Cafe’ wherein they serve coffee and legal advice.

‘The Law Cafe’ will air on KBS2 every Monday and Tuesday which takes the slot of ‘Cafe Minamdang’.

Read more: ‘The Law Cafe’ Fashion Info

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Narco-Saints (Ha Jung-Woo, Hwang Jung-Min, Park Hae-Soo, Jo Woo-Jin)

  • Release date: September 9, 2022
  • Runtime: 
  • Network: Netflix
  • Cast: Ha Jung-Woo, Hwang Jung-Min, Park Hae-Soo, Jo Woo-Jin
  • Where to watch: Netflix
Narco-Saints (Ha Jung-Woo, Hwang Jung-Min, Park Hae-Soo, Jo Woo-Jin)

Netflix never ceases to amaze us every single time they produce Korean dramas! For September, we have ‘Narco-Saints’ with a star-studded cast – Ha Jung-Woo, Hwang Jung-Min, Park Hae-Soo, and Jo Woo-Jin. This action-packed K-Drama delves into the complexities of Kang In Gu (Ha Jung Woo), a drug lord who operates the majority of his business in Suriname, South America. 

‘Narco-Saints’ will be available on the streaming site Netflix. The K-Drama is also based on the true story of Korean drug lord Jo Bong-Haeng.

Trailer

Mental Coach Jegal (Jung Woo, Lee Yoo-Mi)

  • Release date: September 12, 2022
  • Runtime: Monday & Tuesday, 22:30
  • Network: tvN
  • Cast: Jung Woo, Lee Yoo-Mi
  • Where to watch: Netflix
Mental Coach Jegal (Jung Woo, Lee Yoo-Mi)

This heartwarming drama stars Jung Woo as Jegal Gil who works as a mental coach for the national team. He used to be in the Taekwondo national team but in a series of troubles he got involved in, he was banned from the team. As he walks through his new career of being a mental coach, he met Cha Ga-Eul (Lee Yoo-Min), a short-track speed skater who’s going through a slump. 

‘Mental Coach Jegal’ will air on tvN every Monday and Tuesday, taking the slot of ‘Poong, The Joseon Psychiatrist’.

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Blind (Taecyeon, Ha Seok-Jin)

  • Release date: September 16, 2022
  • Runtime: Friday & Saturday, 22:40
  • Network: tvN
  • Cast: Taecyeon (2PM), Ha Seok-Jin
  • Where to watch: Viki
Blind (Taecyeon, Ha Seok-Jin)

Taecyeon stars in this mystery thriller K-Drama ‘Blind’ as a passionate detective who becomes involved in a serial murder case wherein the victims are members of the jury. He plays the role of detective Ryu Sung-Joon who is the brother of Ryu Sung-Hoon (Ha Seok-Jin) who works as a judge. Ryu Sung-Hoon is a perfectionist who is also entangled in the serial murder case with his brother. 

‘Blind’ will air on tvN every Friday and Saturday. It will take the time slot of ‘I Have Not Done My Best Yet’.

Trailer

Love in Contract (Park Min-Young, Go Gyung-Pyo, Kim Jae-Young)

  • Release date: September 21, 2022
  • Runtime: Wednesday & Thursday, 22:30
  • Network: tvN
  • Cast: Park Min-Young, Go Gyung-Pyo, Kim Jae-Young
  • Where to watch: Viki
Love in Contract (Park Min-Young, Go Gyung-Pyo, Kim Jae-Young)

One of the most exciting and fun plots that many K-drama enthusiasts are anticipating is this upcoming rom-com ‘Love in Contract’.

The plot tells the story of Choi Sang-Eun (Park Min-Young), a gorgeous woman who works as a contract marriage expert. The goal is for her clients to live a successful and carefree single life. She is engaged in a contract with her client of 5 years Jung Ji-Ho (Go Gyung-Pyo) and spends time with him every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. She also takes in another client Kang Hae-Jin (Kim Jae-Young), who’s a popular actor, and spends time with him every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday. Sang-Eun has always been very professional and emotionally detached from her clients, but she soon gets involved with the two and finds herself in a love triangle.

‘Love in Contract’ will air on tvN every Wednesday and Thursday to take the slot of ‘Adamas’.

Read more: ‘Love In Contract’ Fashion Info

Trailer

The Golden Spoon (Yook Sung-Jae, Lee Jong-Won)

  • Release date: September 23, 2022
  • Runtime: Friday & Saturday, 22:00
  • Network: MBC
  • Cast: Yook Sung-Jae, Lee Jong-Won
  • Where to watch: Viki
The Golden Spoon (Yook Sung-Jae, Lee Jong-Won)

‘The Golden Spoon’ is a fantasy drama that stars Yook Sung-Jae as the main character Lee Seung-Cheon. Lee Seung-Cheon is a high school student who was raised in poverty and lives in a poor environment. He has always hated his poor life and so one day, an old woman sold him a gold spoon that claims to change his life. With this gold spoon, he’ll be able to exchange lives with his friend Hwang Tae-Yong (Lee Jong-Won), the son of a conglomerate. This exchange becomes fulfilled and Seung-Cheon will now live a new life as a member of a wealthy family.

‘The Golden Spoon’ will air on MBC every Friday and Saturday taking the slot of ‘Big Mouth’.

Trailer

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Well, that’s a lot of K-Dramas to watch out for! Which one are you most excited about?

Which K-Drama are you most excited about?
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