Every day, more people are becoming familiar with Kpop. South Korean musicians like BTS, BLACKPINK, and others have amassed sizable fan bases over the past few years.
Expect to witness a rise in darker, more dramatic K-dramas in November as we near the end of the year. Revenge of Others and Somebody, two exhilarating new originals that provide puzzling new murder mysteries to binge-watch, are scheduled for release on Disney+ and Netflix.
Along with Kpop, the popularity of Kdramas (South Korean Dramas) has recently increased. As the year draws to a close, more exciting Kdramas are set to be released.
In November, you should watch episodes like Call My Agent, Revenge of Others, The Fabulous, and others on OTT platforms like Netflix, Discovery+, and others.
The following is a list of Kdramas with November 2022 premiere dates:
Call My Agent
Call My Agent!, a French comedy series, is being translated into Korean. Lee Seo-jin, Kwak Sun-young, Seo Hyun-woo, and Joo Hyun-young are among the cast members of the Kdrama, which offers a glimpse into the world of celebrity managers hired by Method Entertainment, an entertainment management company.
Release Date: November 7
Created By: Baek Seung-ryong
No. Of Episodes: 12
OTT Platform: tvN & Netflix
Revenge of Others
In the teen retribution drama Revenge of Others, Shin Ye-eun and Lomon make appearances. The story details how a former high school shooter, age 19, exacts revenge on bullies who have been harassing other children. He starts this project after her twin brother passes away.
Release Date: November 9
Created By: Kim Yoo-Jin
No. Of Episodes: 12
OTT Platform: Disney+ Hotstar
The Fabulous is a film that explores the world of the fashion business and stars Chae Soo-bin and Choi Min-ho. How long-lasting are the friendships, romances, and partnerships between those working in the competitive South Korean fashion industry?
Availability: November 4
Author: Kim Jung-hyun
8 OTT episodes total. Availability: Netflix
The murder mystery at the heart of the drama series Somebody, starring Kim Young-kwang, Kang Hae-rim, Kim Yong-ji, and Kim Soo-yeon, is connected to the dating service of the same name. It’s intriguing to watch how the drama unfolds as the software developer and investigator build a romance.
Kang portrays the socially awkward developer of the social networking programme Somebody, a young woman named Sum.
After a killer starts meeting victims on the app and brutally murdering them, Sum is brought into police investigations. In parallel, she connects with the enigmatic architect Yoon-o (Kim) via the app. Even though it is clear that Yoon-o is hiding a sinister, perilous secret, Sum eventually has a passionate love affair with him.
Release Date: November 18
Created By: Jung Ji-woo
No. Of Episodes: 8
OTT Platform: Netflix
Song Joong-ki is returning with another revenge drama more than a year after Vincenzo. He plays Yoon Hyun-woo in the movie Reborn Rich, who is betrayed and killed by Do-joon, the eldest son of the affluent Sunyang family he has spent his entire life serving. After being reincarnated, he starts to plot his vengeance to destroy the family from inside while inhabiting the body of Do-joon.
The new series, which Jung Dae-yoon (I’m Not A Robot, W: Two Worlds Apart) is directing, is an adaptation of the webcomic The Youngest Son of a Conglomerate. Kim Tae-hee, a scriptwriter who previously contributed to Song’s blockbuster drama Sungkyunkwan Scandal, is beside him. Shin Hyun-been from Hospital Playlist, seasoned actor Lee Sung-min, and a member of Girls’ Generation all appear in Reborn Rich.
Release Date: November 18
Created By: Jeong Dae-yun
No. Of Episodes: 16
Platform: JTBC, Viki
Please Send a Fan Letter
Girls’ Generation member Sooyoung (If You Wish Upon Me) portrays prominent actress Han Kang-hee in the film Please Send A Fan Letter. Yoon Park, who previously starred in Forecasting Love and Weather, plays Bang Jung-seok, a single father whose ill daughter longs to hear from her favourite actress, Han.
Jung-seok forges a letter from Han to his daughter in an effort to fulfil his daughter’s wish. The letter causes the largest crisis of Han’s career after a major mix-up, which brings the actress in contact with the father-daughter team.
Release Date: November 26
Created By: Jung Sang-hee
No. Of Episodes: 4
Platform: MBC TV
Unlock The Boss
Unlock The Boss is a mystery sci-fi series that is based on the South Korean webtoon of the same name by Park Seong-hyun. It centres on an unemployed young guy named Park In-sung (played by Shooting Stars’ Chae Jong-hyeop), who picks up a mysterious smartphone that can speak and give him commands.
After Sun-untimely joo’s passing, the device turns revealed to be possessed by the soul of the brilliant CEO (Park Sung-woong). In-sung and Sun-joo make an effort to unravel the mystery of the CEO’s passing together. Actress Seo Eun-soo (Missing: The Other Side) will play Jeong Se-yeon, a secretary who aides their inquiry, in the television series.
Release Date: November 30
I Don’t Feel Like Doing Anything
I Don’t Feel Like Doing Anything, a webtoon adaption, also stars AOA’s Seolhyun as Lee Yeo-reum, who must deal with one of the most difficult times of her life when her mother passes away soon after Yeo-reum gets dumped by her lover. In order to escape the chaos of the city and deal with her sadness, she chooses to relocate to a tiny village.
Yeo-reum meets Ahn Dae-beom (Im Si-wan), a quiet but brilliant librarian, when she first arrives in the beach village of Angok. The two start to feel a sense of affinity as they both struggle with their own tragic pasts.
Release Date: November