Kdrama sept 2020

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September is such a busy month for JTBC. With three dramas on the list, the network has its hands full. Meanwhile, streaming giant Netflix and major broadcast stations KBS2, MBC, SBS, tvN, and JTBC, have announced a production halt in light of the current pandemic that threatens the drama industry. Some series suspended filming while the rest have been rescheduled to a later premiere date. Regardless, some shows are still pushing to their scheduled September release. Below are eight new Korean dramas to watch this month.

September 4: Lies Of Lies (Fridays & Saturdays on Channel A)

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  • Genre: Suspense, Melodrama
  • Main Cast: Lee Yoo-ri, Yeon Jung-hoon
  • Predecessor: Eccentric! Chef Moon

Lies of Lies stars Lee Yoo-ri (Spring Turns to Spring) as a mother who creates a web of lies to get close to her biological daughter. She is married to a chaebol heir and is accused of murdering her husband, which sent her to jail. In prison, she gives birth to a baby girl, which she sets out to get back upon her prison release. Actor Yeon Jung-hoon (Possessed) plays the male lead role as the adoptive father of her daughter. This new Korean drama is Channel A’s third Fri-Saturday drama this year, following Touch and Eccentric! Chef Moon

September 7: Record Of Youth (Mondays & Tuesdays on tvN)

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  • Genre: Youth Drama, Romance
  • Main Cast: Park Bo-gum, Park So-dam, Byun Woo-seok
  • Predecessor: My Unfamiliar Family

The much-anticipated team-up of Park Bo-gum (Encounter) and Park So-dam is coming to K-dramaland. Together with Byun Woo-seok (Flower Crew: Joseon Marriage Agency), the two are set to portray young people struggling to reach their dreams in the modeling industry. This new Korean drama is helmed by PD Ahn Gil-ho, who directed the award-winning series Stranger (2017) and Memories of the Alhambra (2018–2019). Also to be released on Netflix, Record of Youth marks Park So-dam’s return to dramas after her last role in Cinderella and the Four Knights in 2016. Her most recent popular project was the Oscar-winning film Parasite.

September 19: Homemade Love Story (Saturdays & Sundays on KBS2)

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  • Genre: Romance, Family, Drama
  • Main Cast: Lee Jang-woo & Jin Ki-joo
  • Predecessor: Once Again

Homemade Love Story follows the lives of people who gather at a house called Samkwang Villa where they begin to open up their hearts to each other. Two central characters with different family issues—one estranged from his own family and lives a life of isolation (played by Lee Jang-woo, Graceful Family) and the other longing to be free from her responsibilities as the eldest child to chase her goals (Jin Ki-jooThe Secret Life of My Secretary)—are destined to cross paths and change each other’s lives. The new K-drama aims to give a lesson that no matter how cruel the world gets, love will always bring people closer together and create happy memories.

September 21: Zombie Detective (Mondays & Tuesdays on KBS2)

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  • Genre: Horror, Comedy
  • Main Cast: Choi Jin-hyuk & Park Joo-hyun
  • Predecessor: Men Are Men

In Zombie Detective, a zombie, played by Choi Jin-hyuk (Rugal), mimics the movements and personalities of people around him to live among the humans. After moving into the city, he becomes a private detective and opens his own office, where a tenacious and optimistic writer, played by Park Joo-hyun (Extracurricular), then applies for a part-time position. Choi has had many serious roles in his past projects, so his character in this new series is a breath of fresh air. Meanwhile, Park is a rising actress who has only three series so far in her career but has proven herself capable in her roles.

September 21: 18 Again (Mondays & Tuesdays on JTBC)

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  • Genre: Comedy, Fantasy Romance
  • Main Cast: Kim Ha-neul, Yoon Sang-hyun, Lee Do-hyun
  • Predecessor: The Good Detective

Starring Kim Ha-neul (The Wind Blows), Yoon Sang-hyun (Hold Me Tight), and Lee Do-hyun18 Again follows a middle-aged man and his seemingly broken marriage with a rookie announcer who wants to live her own life. One day, he unexpectedly finds himself inside the body of his 18-year old self (Lee). This new Korean drama is a remake of the 2009 US film “17 Again” starring Zac Efron. Fans are anticipating this lead role of Lee Do-hyun, who made a great impression with his character in the 2019 fantasy series Hotel Del Luna. Meanwhile, this marks Yoon Sang-hyun’s comeback to the small screen after two years.

September 25: More Than Friends (Fridays & Saturdays on JTBC)

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  • Genre: Romance, Youth Drama
  • Main Cast: Ong Seung-wu, Shin Ye-eun, & Kim Dong-jun
  • Predecessor: Graceful Friends

Starring Ong Seong-wu (At Eighteen) and Shin Ye-eun (Meow, the Secret Boy), More Than Friends tells the story of two people with secret feelings towards each other who have stayed friends for ten years because of a misunderstanding. Also known as Number of Cases Friends Become Lovers, the new Korean drama will also be available on iQIYI.

September 25: The School Nurse Files (Netflix)

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  • Genre: Comedy, Fantasy
  • Main Cast: Jung Yu-mi & Nam Joo-hyuk
  • Predecessor: Extracurricular

Netflix has been producing original Korean series since 2019. Given the reputation of its previous dramas such as Kingdom and Love Alarm, its upcoming Korean dramas are all anticipated by many fans around the world, and The School Nurse Files is no exception. Jung Yu-mi (Live) and Nam Joo-hyuk (The Light in Your Eyes) play an odd duo as a school nurse who can see and fight supernatural beings and a literature teacher who can recharge her “power” to protect their school, respectively. The series is based on the novel “School Nurse Ahn Eun-young” by Chung Se-rang, who also served as the live adaptation scriptwriter. It is the sixth original Korean series made by Netflix.

*October 7: Private Lives (Wednesdays & Thursdays on JTBC)

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  • Genre: Crime, Comedy
  • Main Cast: Go Kyung-pyo, Seohyun, Kim Hyo-jin, & Kim Young-min
  • Predecessor: Was It Love?

In Private Lives, a group of swindlers stumbles upon a national secret, which leads them to use all their skills in fraud and deception and go up against a large corporation. Featuring Go Kyung-pyo (Cross), Girls’ Generation member Seohyun (The Time), Kim Hyo-jin (Strangers 6), and Kim Young-min (The World of the Married), the cast are set to give the audience a comical, fun-filled series where lawbreakers attempt to save the country. The new K-drama serves as Go Kyung-pyo’s comeback drama after his discharge from mandatory military service in January. *The drama was originally slated to air on September 16.

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11 New K-dramas to Watch in September 2020

Considering how uncertain everything has been lately in the Korean entertainment industry because of the coronavirus, I am delighted that we are still getting some new dramas this month. So for all my k-drama lovers, here are 11 new k-dramas to watch in September 2020.

Disclaimer: Keep in mind that those dates could still change due to COVID-19.

Love Revolution

  • Genre: Comedy, Romance
  • Premiered Date: September 1, 2020
  • Cast: Park Ji Hoon, Lee Ruby, Kim Young Hoon
  • Broadcasting Network: Daum Kakao TV, Viki

Gong Ju Young is a 17-year-old student who falls in love at first sight with the cold Wang Ja Rim. He is determined to win her heart and he does everything to show is affection for her. At first, she seems unphased by she slowly starts to open up. However, is Gong Ju Young’s best friend, Lee Kyung Woo, going to help him or stand in his way of being with Ja Rim?

AMANZA

  • Genre: Fantasy, Melodrama
  • Premiered Date: September 1, 2020
  • Cast: Ji Soo. Lee Seol
  • Broadcasting Network: Daum Kakao TV

Park Dong Myung is a 26-year-old man who is diagnosed with stomach cancer. He has to undergo painful rounds of treatments that turn his life upside down. His illness forces him to realize that he was not living a full life and he needed to make some changes. He will retreat into his imagination to a magical forest where he will find the answers he is looking for and possibly a miracle.

Lies of Lies

  • Genre: Suspense, Romance, Melodrama
  • Premiered Date: September 4, 2020
  • Cast: Lee Yoo Ri, Yeon Jung Hoon
  • Broadcasting Network: Channel A

Can true love start with a lie? In order to be reunited her biological daughter, a woman is willing to put her life on the line. Ji Eun Soo is forced to lie in order to get a man to fall in love with her so that she can become her biological daughter’s stepmother.

Man in a Veil

  • Genre: Romance, Melodrama
  • Premiered Date: September 7, 2020
  • Cast: Kang Eun Tak, Uhm Hyun Kyung, Lee Chae Young, Lee Shi Kang
  • Broadcasting Network: KBS2

After a terrible accident, Lee Tae Poong now has the intelligence of a 7-year-old boy. Han Yoo Jung, on the other hand, is a poor young woman working to support her family. She had to let go of her dream of becoming an anchor. She is also trying to atone for her fraternal twin sisters wrongdoings.

Record of Youth

  • Genre: Romance, Melodrama
  • Premiered Date: September 7, 2020
  • Cast: Park Bo Gum, Park So Dam, and Byeon Woo Seok
  • Broadcasting Network: tvN, Netflix

This drama is about the struggles that people in the modeling industry face. Sa Hye-Joon is smart and handsome. He is also a good guy who is doing well in the modeling industry. However, his dream is to become an actor but he keeps getting rejected after his auditions. An Jung-Ha, on the other hand, is trying to make it as a make-up artist.

18 Again

  • Genre: Comedy, Romance, Fantasy
  • Premiered Date: September 7, 2020
  • Cast: Kim Ha Neul, Lee Do Hyun, Yoon Sang Hyun
  • Broadcasting Network: jTBC

A man finds himself in a slump. Nothing is going right in his life and his marriage is falling apart. However, one day he finds himself in his 18 year old body. He decides to change his name and take advantage of this opportunity to start over.

Zombie Detective

  • Genre: Comedy, Romance, Fantasy
  • Premiered Date: September 7, 2020
  • Cast: Choi Jin Hyuk, Park Joo Hyun
  • Broadcasting Network: KBS2

This drama tells the story of a zombie who decides to become a detective 2 years after his resurrection. He wants to discover what happened to him and learn more about his past. The only problem is that he also has to learn how co-exist with humans.

Private Lives

  • Genre: Comedy
  • Premiered Date: September 16, 2020
  • Cast: Go Kyung Pyo, Seolhyun, Kim Young Min, Kim Hyo Jin
  • Broadcasting Network: jTBC

A group of swindlers comes across a major secret that could affect the nation and they try to reveal it. The group must go up against a large company by using all of their skills.

Homemade Love Story

  • Genre: Comedy, Romance, Family
  • Premiered Date: September 19, 2020
  • Cast: Lee Jang Woo, Jin Ki Joo, Jeon In Hwa, Jeong Bo Seok, Hwang Shin Hye, Jin Kyung, Kim Sun Young, In Gyo Jin
  • Broadcasting Network: KBS2

Lee Soon Jun runs a house called Samkwang Villa. A bunch of strangers lives in the house. But over time, as they get to know each other, they began to open up and care for each other.

More than Friends

  • Genre: Comedy, Romance
  • Premiered Date: September 25, 2020
  • Cast: Shin Ye Eun, Ong Seong Wu
  • Broadcasting Network: jTBC

Kyung Woo Yeo is a calligrapher who dreams of becoming a webtoon artist. She has known Lee Soo for ten years now. He is her best friend. Lee Soo is a professional photographer. Woo Yeo has had a crush on Lee Soo for years now but she does not know that he also had a crush on her. A simple misunderstanding kept them from confessing their love for each other. Are they 10 years too late?

The School Nurse Files

  • Genre: Mystery, Fantasy, Comedy
  • Premiered Date: September 25, 2020
  • Cast: Nam Joo Hyuk, Jung Yoo Mi
  • Broadcasting Network: Netflix

An Eun Young is the new nurse teacher at school. She is has a special gift. She can see jelly-like monsters that come from the residue of human desires. She enlists the help of Hong In Pyo, a Chinese language teacher at the same school, to eradicate those monsters.

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September 2020 Korean Drama Releases: “Record Of Youth”, “More Than Friends”, “The School Nurse Files” & More

Summer K-Drama season officially closes with September 2020 Korean dramas set to sail its presence!

Romance, chasing dreams and anticipated thrillers decorate September 2020 Korean Dramas!

Based on the plot sketches, the stories would cater to wide range of audience. Notably, Park Bo Gum’s drama gift for his fans readies to take off. The well-loved actor entered military camp on August 31. In reverse story, Go Kyung Pyo, who completed his military service, returns in the small screen.

Other than that, reliable actors Choi Jin Hyuk, Kim Ha Neul, and Yoon Sang Hyun are joining the actors attendance for September 2020 Korean dramas. Their  equally amazing junior actors Park So Dam, Seohyun, Byeon Woo Seok, Park Joo Hyun and Lee Do Hyun aim to broaden their blossoming career even more.

Additionally. KBS drama Do Do Sol Sol La La Sol, which was supposed to premiere in August moved its premiere in September.

MONDAY-TUESDAY

Lonely Enough To Love (MBC Every1) *Tuesday only
Do You Like Brahms? (SBS)

WEDNESDAY-THURSDAY

Flower of Evil (tvN)
When I Was The Most Beautiful (MBC)

FRIDAY-SATURDAY

Alice (SBS)
Graceful Friends (jTBC)
SF8 (MBC) *Friday only

SATURDAY-SUNDAY

Stranger 2 (tvN)
Missing: The Other Side (OCN)

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Now, here are the latest stories to anticipate in September 2020 Korean Dramas.

Lie after Lie

Misfortune after misfortune hits Lee Yoo Ri’s character in this new Channel A series. Because of that she started threading on lies after lies for her ultimate goal to get her daughter back.

In the drama, Lee Yoo Ri plays Ji Eun-soo, who lives a difficult life as her husband’s murderer. She was once the daughter-in-law of a chaebol family, but faced a desperate situation after the loss of her husband and her daughter. She then meets broadcast reporter Kang Ji-min, played by Yeon Jeong Hoon, whose warm and upright character will help Eun-soo in her struggles.

Joining the main cast are actors Im Joo Eun and Kwon Hwa Woon. Billed to paint affecting love stories, Lies of Lies is written by Kim Ji Eun.


Record of Youth

Prepping up for a moving tale of young people chasing their dreams, Record of Youth particularly touches on the debilitating truth of how even dreaming has been a luxury for them. Thus, igniting them to fight their own ways to fulfill it.

It boasts a formidable young cast including Park Bo Gum, Park So Dam and Byeon Woo Seok. Its creative team is also a dream tandem. Lauded for his top-notch and creative series, Director Ahn has scored a highly-successful streak. His works include Stranger, Memories of the Alhambra and Watcher. Screenwriter Ha Myung Hee of High Society, Doctors and Temperature of Love fame, is tasked to pen the script.

We’re rooting for you Bo-gum and So-dam!! 🥺 Can’t wait to see you both on Record of Youth this September 7th! ❤️

Posted by Netflix on Wednesday, 26 August 2020


Private Lives

  • jTBC | *moved to October 7

In a world where data is no longer private, con artists uncover a sinister surveillance scheme headed by the government and a greedy corporation. Challenging the role of a con artist, Seohyun pairs up with Go Kyung Pyo who will mark his post-military service drama. Rounding up the cast are Kim Hyo Jin and Kim Young Min.

The series initially was set to release for September air date but has since moved to October 7.


Zombie Detective

Zombie Detective banks on an appealing material that is thrilling and comic at the same time.

The premise of zombies coexisting harmoniously with human beings piques interest right away. In the drama, Choi Jin Hyuk takes the role of Choi Moo Young. He exudes flirtatious and ferocious appeal.

After two years of losing memory, he resurrects as a zombie. As he struggles to his new persona, he opens the second act of his life to a new neighborhood as a detective.

Rookie actress Park Joo Hyun suits up as Gong Seon Ji, a writer of a current affairs/prosecution program. She is unique, optimistic and with impeccable sense of justice. When a witness from an investigation she is working got attacked by gangsters, she gets entangled with Kim Moo Young.

18 Again

18 Again traverses the story of a man who wrinkled time and returned to his high school years, just before getting a divorce. The new series will be helmed by Ha Byung Hoon of Go Back Couple fame. The well-loved KBS2 TV series has garnered positive raves with its heartfelt narrative. It is also based on 2009 fantasy film, 17 Again.

Yoon Sang Hyun suits up as 37 year old Hong Dae Young, a regular middle-aged man who once had a glorious youth being a basketball genius. Yoon’s character who lives a regretful life with divorce concerns and losing his job gets a chance to be in his 18 year old self again.

With a soul of 37 year old, he changes his life and takes a new identity. Taking the role of young Hong Dae Young is dashing actor Lee Do Hyun

Kim Ha Neul plays the role of Jung Da Jung, a mother of 18-year-old twins and aspiring announcer. In the released photos, Kim channels the mood of a passionate announcer. Her goal, albeit hard, owing to her role as a mother to twins, aims to sympathize with women who struggles with their career because of marriage and pregnancy.


More Than Friends

Tracing and fulfilling a decade-long unrealized love is the driving point of jTBC drama, More Than Friends. It touches on the emotions of a woman harboring long-standing love to her friend; and the friend who realized late that he feels the same.

Friendship is also an expected element in the series headlined by Ong Seong Wu, Shin Ye Eun, and Kim Dong Jun.

 


The School Nurse Files

Painting the story of Ahn Eun-young (Jung Yu Mi), the series traverses her journey as a school nurse who realizes cryptic occurrences at her new school, she untangles the mysteries with the help of Classical Chinese teacher Hong In-pyo (Nam Joo Hyuk).

Nurse Eun-young has special ability to see “supernatural Jellies” that are invisible to everyone else. Representing invisible blobs of greed, the Jellies were inadvertently unleashed by In-pyo from its containment seal.

With Eun-young having the power to see the Jellies, she confronts a challenging life battling supernatural creatures. Lucky for her, she discovers that In-pyo has a special energy that recharges her power and protects her. Together, they wage war against the Jellies to defend the school and the students.

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Do Do Sol Sol La La Sol

  • KBS2 | *moved to October 7

Do Do Sol Sol La La Sol follows a lovable pianist named Gu Ra-ra (Go A Ra), whose life hits rock bottom when her family’s finances collapse. Gu Ra-ra meets the mysterious Sunwoo Jun (Lee Jae Wook), a gruff guy who is happily living a carefree lifestyle as a freelancer. With laughter, tears and love, they come to mean something special to each other.

Expectant viewers are in for a treat since the production team behind Do Do Sol Sol La La Sol has quite an endearing reputation. Penning the script is writer Oh Ji Young whose works include the well-concocted My Secret Terrius and Shopping King Louie. Calling the shots of the filming process is Director Kim Min Kyung who co-directed Matrimonial Chaos.


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We are halfway through 2020 and it’s been quite a journey already! Thank goodness, there always is a great set of K-dramas to keep us company during the quarantine. Some of the dramas we previously included in our August list are still currently airing but here we are again with another K-drama list for September to keep your anticipations high.

Here are 6 new Korean Dramas to add to your watch list this coming September.

NEW K-DRAMAS TO WATCH IN SEPTEMBER 2020

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Lies of Lies (Lee Yoo-Ri, Yeon Jung-Hoon)

  • Release Date: September 4, 2020
  • Runtime: Friday & Saturday, 22:50
  • Network: Channel A
  • Cast: Lee Yoo-Ri, Yeon Jung-Hoon
Lies of Lies (Lee Yoo-Ri, Yeon Jung-Hoon)

If you are looking for something heavy and intense, ‘Lies of Lies’ should land in your watch list.

Starring Lee Yoo-Ri and Yeon Jung-Hoon, the plot of this drama tells the story of Lee Eun-Soo (Lee Yoo-Ri), the wife of a very rich conglomerate heir. In a dark turn of events, she is accused and sentenced for her husband’s murder and served time in prison. Upon her release, she begins her search for her daughter and tries to seduce the man who adopted her daughter.

You can watch ‘Lies of Lies’ every Friday and Saturday night on Channel A network.

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18 Again (Kim Ha-Neul, Yoon Sang-Hyun)

  • Release Date: September 7, 2020
  • Runtime: Saturday & Sunday 19:55
  • Network: JTBC
  • Cast: Kim Ha-Neul, Yoon Sang-Hyun
18 Again (Kim Ha-Neul, Yoon Sang-Hyun)

If the title sounds familiar to you, then it is because it’s an adaptation of the popular American film ‘17 Again’.

Starring Kim Ha-Neul and Yoon Sang-Hyun, the story dives into Hong Dae-Young’s (Yoon Sang-Hyun) crumbling marriage with Jung Da-Jung’s (Kim Ha-Neul). As the couple nears settling for a divorce, Dae-Young suddenly found himself back into his 18-year-old body! This drama is sure to bring loads of laughter and fans are definitely excited about this!

Read more: ’18 Again’ Fashion Review

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Record of Youth (Park Bo-Gum, Park So-Dam, Byeon Woo-Seok)

  • Release Date: September 7, 2020
  • Runtime: Monday & Tuesday 21:00
  • Network: tvN, Netflix
  • Cast: Park Bo-Gum, Park So-Dam, Byeon Woo-Seok
Record of Youth (Park Bo-Gum, Park So-Dam, Byeon Woo-Seok)

The upcoming K-drama ‘Record of Youth’ is sure to become a visual feast as actors Park Bo-Gum, Park So-Dam, and Byeon Woo-Seok play very exciting characters in the modeling world!

The plot revolves around three people working in the modeling industry. Sa Hye-Joon (Park Bo-Gum) is a thriving model but despite his popularity, he still hopes to pursue his real dream of being an actor. He then meets makeup artist Ahn Jung-Ha (Park So-Dam) and their blossoming relationship begins.

‘Record of Youth’ will air on tvN every Monday and Tuesday in the slot previously taken by ‘My Unfamiliar Family’.

Read more: ‘Record Of Youth’ Fashion Review

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More Than Friends (Ong Seong-Wu, Shin Ye-Eun)

  • Release Date: September 18, 2020
  • Runtime: Friday & Saturday 23:00
  • Network: JTBC
  • Cast: Ong Seong-Wu, Shin Ye-Eun
More Than Friends (Ong Seong-Wu, Shin Ye-Eun)

We have a strong feeling that this is going to be another rom-com drama that would make us all so giddy! Taking “friendzone” to another level, the plot revolves around Lee Soo (Ong Seong-Wu) and Kyung Woo-Yeon (Shin Ye-Eun) who both hid their true feelings for each other for over a decade. As both characters deal with their feelings and emotions, something bigger than their friendship is bound to happen.

More Than Friends’ will air on JTBC every Friday and Saturday, taking the slot of ‘Graceful Friends’.

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Homemade Love Story (Lee Jang-Woo, Jin Ki-Joo)

  • Release Date: September 19, 2020
  • Runtime: Saturday & Sunday 19:55
  • Network: KBS2
  • Cast: Lee Jang-Woo, Jin Ki-Joo
Love Blooming House (Lee Jang-Woo, Jin Ki-Joo)

After Lee Jang-Woo’s thrilling drama ‘Graceful Family’ last year, he is back again in a romantic K-drama together with Jin Ki-Joo in ‘Homemade Love Story’. The story delves into the lives of two people who live in Samgwang Villa.

Woo Jae-Hee (Lee Jang-Woo) came from a wealthy family but due to his choice of taking a different path, he lived independently and eventually became an architect. He then meets Lee Bit Chae Woon (Jin Ki-Joo), an interior design shop employee who also acts as the breadwinner of her family.

‘Homemade Love Story’ will air on KBS2 every Saturday and Sunday, taking the slot of ‘Once Again’.

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The School Nurse Files (Jung Yu-Mi, Nam Joo-Hyuk)

  • Release Date: September 25, 2020
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  • Network: Netflix
  • Cast: Jung Yu-Mi, Nam Joo-Hyuk
The School Nurse Files (Jung Yu-Mi, Nam Joo-Hyuk)

This fantasy rom-com drama is absolutely worth anticipating for its unique plot. The story is about a school nurse, Ahn Eun-Young (Jung Yu-Mi), who has the ability to see jelly-like ghosts. She then eventually discovers an unusual mystery in the school where she works. In the same school, Hong In-Pyo (Nam Joo-Hyuk) also works as a Chinese teacher. He then chose to work with Eun-Young together to get rid of the ghosts.

The School Nurse Files’ can be streamed on Netflix on September 25.

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Pretty exciting, huh? We are all so thrilled about these new dramas to come this September! Which one are you going to watch first?

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42 Upcoming K-dramas To Look Out For In The Second Half Of 2020

Upcoming K-dramas For The Second Half Of 2020

The extra time spent indoors means more shows for the K-drama junkie to binge on. If you’re waiting for a new series to come your way after finishing Record of Youth, or are actively searching for more dramas to watch, here are 42 upcoming K-dramas set to be released in the second half of 2020.

1. Graceful Friends

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Rumoured to be the successor of record-breaking dramas such as Sky Castle (2018) and World of the Married (2020), Graceful Friends is about a group of friends who have known one another for 20 years. After a murder takes place, they suddenly find their lives in turmoil. 

Actors Bae Soo Bin, Yoon Jun Sang, Han Eun Jung, as well as Kim Hye Eun from Itaewon Class, make for a promising line-up, so stay seated as the K-drama pulls you in for a riveting ride.

Release date: 10 July 2020
Available on: OnDemandKorea, Viu

2. Train

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Seo Do Won (Yoon Si Yoon) is a detective who stumbles across corpses buried in an abandoned train station. Han Seo Kyung (Kyung Soo Jin) investigates the case with Do Won and ends up getting killed. Chancing upon a mysterious train at the station, Do Won travels to another world to track the serial killer down, with the help of the other Seo Kyung. 

Release date: 11 July 2020
Available on: Viki

3. Chip In

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Chip In tells the tale of Yoo Bit Na, played by Kim Hye Joon from Kingdom on Netflix. As the daughter of a famous painter, Kim Hye Joon (Sky Castle’s Oh Na Ra), she finds herself getting dragged into an intense dispute over property rights.

Release date: 22 July 2020
Available on: Viu, Viki

4. Flower of Evil

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Flower of Evil is a thriller K-drama featuring veteran actor Lee Joon Gi as Baek Hee Sung. Actress Moon Chae Won plays his wife, Cha Ji Won.

Baek Hee Sung is a man whose past is dotted with crime, and he hides it all to marry Cha Ji Won. Cha Ji Won, however, is a detective, and takes on a case that makes her suspect her husband as the murderer.

Release date: 29 July 2020
Available on: iQIYI, Viu, Viki

5. Can’t Be Bothered to Date, But Don’t Want to Be Lonely

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Love is in the air in the upcoming K-drama, Can’t Be Bothered to Date, But Don’t Want to Be Lonely. As housemates, psychiatrist Cha Kang Woo (Ji Hyun Woo) and freelance editor Lee Na Eun (Kim So Eun) both want love, but don’t fancy commitment.

Release date: 11 August 2020
Available on: To be confirmed

6. Stranger 2

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Stranger 2 (aka Forest of Secrets 2) comes 3 years after its first season in 2017, which was highly raved about for being one of the best in the crime thriller genre. 

While the plot details for season 2 have not been specified, it’s expected to be a continuation of the previous series. The first season saw Cho Seung Wook as a cold prosecutor and Bae Doo Na as a warmhearted lieutenant, working together to solve a corruption case.

Release date: 15 August 2020
Available on: Netflix

7. SF8

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SF8 is a Korean sci-fi drama starring a number of popular actors including Kim Bo Ra from Sky Castle and K-pop idols Super Junior’s Choi Si Won and EXID’s Hani. The series will touch on themes such as virtual reality, augmented reality and artificial intelligence. Be prepared to have your mind blown by one of the mostly highly anticipated upcoming K-dramas of 2020.

Release date: 17 August 2020
Available on: Viu

8. When I Was the Most Beautiful

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The classic love triangle is back and even better in When I Was The Most Beautiful, with 2 brothers vying for the same woman. Oh Ye Jin (Im Soo Hyang) is a ceramic artist who gets stuck between 2 brothers, architect Seo Hwan (Ji Soo) and race car driver Seo Jin (Ha Seok Jin).

Release date: 19 August 2020
Available on: Viu

9. Alice

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Park Jin Kyum (Joo Won) is an emotionless detective who discovers a device called “Alice” that allows time travellers to arrive from the future. As he tries to fix the issues that arise due to the device, he meets Yoon Tae Yi (Kim Hee Sun), a genius physicist who died in the past.

Release date: 28 August 2020
Available on: Viu

10. Missing: The Other Side

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Kim Wook (Ko Soo) commits frauds to make a living but nothing is going his way when he tries to pull off his usual mischief in the mysterious Duon village. Kim Wook forms an alliance with Jang Pan Seok (Heo Joon Ho), a shady character who searches for missing people. 

The men investigate the village’s dark secrets together and are soon joined by Lee Jong Ah (Ahn So Hee), a public officer, and Shin Joon Ho (Ha Jun), a policeman on a desperate mission to find his missing fiancee. 

Release date: 29 August 2020
Available on: Viu

11. Do You Like Brahms?

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In Do You Like Brahms?, world-renowned pianist Park Joon Young (Kim Min Jae) and violin major Chae Song Ah (Park Eun Bin) navigate through life to achieve their dreams and find love.

Release date: 31 August 2020
Available on: Viki

12. Lies of Lies

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Lies of Lies follows Ji Eun Soo (Lee Yoo Ri) and her tragic story as she marries into a chaebol family and gets convicted for the murder of her husband when he dies. While in prison, she gives birth to her daughter, and tries to get her back after serving her time.

Release date: 4 September 2020
Available on: Viu

13. 18 Again

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18 Again might be a familiar watch for many, since it’s a K-drama remake of the American movie 17 Again (2009) starring Zac Efron. In 18 Again, 37-year-old Hong Dae Young (Yoon Sang Hyun) is on the verge of a divorce with his wife Jung Da Jung (Kim Ha Neul), and suddenly finds himself in the body of the 18-year-old Ko Woo Young (Lee Do Hyun) one day.

Release date: 7 September 2020
Available on: iQIYI, Viki

14. Record of Youth

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Here’s a lighthearted youth drama all the millennials and Gen-Z kids will be able to relate to. Record of Youth is a story about youths trying to find their footing in the entertainment industry. Park Bo Gum will play a model who is trying to make his breakthrough as an actor. 

And if you remember the catchy Jessica jingle from the Parasite movie, you’ll be thrilled to know Park So Dam will also star in this drama, playing the role of a makeup artist.

Release date: 7 September 2020
Available on: Netflix

15. Man in a Veil

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Man in a Veil is a story about hardships and miracles. After a childhood accident, Lee Tae Poong (Kang Eun Tak) has the intelligence of a 7-year-old. He meets two sisters who are polar opposites, the warm-hearted Han Yoo Jung (Uhm Hyun Kyung) and her twin, Yoo Ra (Lee Chae Yeong). 

Release date: 7 September 2020
Available on: Viu

16. Tale of the Nine Tailed

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The gumiho (9-tailed fox) is a familiar favourite in Korean classic folklore. Tale of the Nine Tailed will feature actor Lee Dong Wook as the gumiho in this K-drama series. He will star alongside actress Jo Bo Ah, who will play a feisty producer seeking to find him for her TV show called “Finding Urban Legends”.

Release date: 15 September 2020
Available on: iQIYI, Viu

17. Homemade Love Story

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After all the intense mysteries and thrillers, here’s a heartwarming drama for you. Homemade Love Story is about three families who live under one roof at a boarding house called Samgwang Villa. Each family has their own unique background and stories. 

Release date: 19 September 2020
Available on: Viu

18. Zombie Detective

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In the world of K-dramas, anything is possible. In this drama, a zombie called Kim Moo Young (Choi Jin Hyuk) partners with a human writer, Kong Sun Ji (Park Joo Hyun) to look for the traces of his lost memories together. Their fates intertwine after Seon Ji quits her job as a writer of a current affairs complaint programme and joins Moo Young’s private detective office. 

Release date: 21 September 2020
Available on: Viu

19. More Than Friends

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Unrequited love is something most people would have experienced at least once in their lives. This is exactly what happens to Kyung Woo Yeon (Shin Ye Eun). She confesses twice to her 10-year-long crush Lee Soo (Ong Seong Woo) and gets rejected both times. Things get complicated when she meets Joon Soo (Kim Dong Jun) and Lee Soo realises he has feelings for Woo Yeon. 

Release date: 25 September 2020
Available on: iQIYI, Viu and Viki

20. The School Nurse Files

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After acting as a Water God in Bride of Habaek, Nam Joo Hyuk is back with another fantasy character. In The School Nurse Files, Nam Joo Hyuk stars as a teacher with superpowers alongside Jung Yu Mi who plays a character that can see monsters. The two end up joining forces in order to protect their students. 

Release date: 25 September 2020
Available on: Netflix

21. SF8: Empty Body

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SF8 is a sci-fi drama similar to Netflix’s Black Mirror, in which there are 8 episodes with different storylines. Given its sci-fi genre, you can expect this series to touch on themes such as virtual reality, augmented reality and artificial intelligence.

On 2 October 2020, episode 8, Empty Body was released. Set in a futuristic world, SF8: Empty Body tells the story of Ga Hye Ra (Moon So Ri) using artificial intelligence to bring back her dead son, Kim Young In (Jang Yoo Sang). 

Release date: 2 October 2020
Available on: Viu

22. Do Do Sol Sol La La Sol

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With so many upcoming K-dramas in 2020, Do Do Sol Sol La La Sol may be quite a handful to remember. But it’s a catchy title befitting the name of the main character Goo La La (Go Ara), a pianist who goes bankrupt. She falls in love with Sun Woo Joon (Lee Jae Wook), a mysterious guy who works part-time jobs to support himself.

Release date: 7 October 2020
Available on: Netflix

23. Private Lives

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Fans of Girls Generation can catch the girl group’s former member Seohyun back in action on Private Lives. The drama revolves around con artists making use of their skills and techniques to disclose the nation’s major secret.

Seohyun plays Cha Joo Eun who learns how to be a con artist from her parents. She then falls in love with Lee Jung Hwan (Go Kyung Pyo) who hides his swindler identity by pretending to be a regular employee. 

Release date: 7 October 2020
Available on: Netflix

24. No Matter What

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No Matter What follows the lives of Bo Ra (Na Hye Mi), a rising weathercaster; Dae Ro (Choi Woong), a delivery boy; Ah Ri (Jung Min A), a broadcasting writer; and Jun Soo (Kim Jung Hun), a competent CEO of a start-up. The 4 young men and women struggle to overcome their hardships while battling modern-day prejudices.

Release date: 12 October 2020
Available on: Viki

25. Search

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For suckers of the cross-border setup between North and South Korea like the one in Crash Landing On You, here’s a DMZ-themed drama for you. Search is a military thriller starring Krystal Jung and Jang Dong Yoon. The pair join forces to form a search party to discover the truth behind a murder along the DMZ.

Release date: 16 October 2020
Available on: iQIYI, Viki

26. Start-Up

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In Start-Up, romance blossoms between Nam Do San (Nam Joo Hyuk), a young and smart man who is trying to save his failing start-up, and Seo Dal Mi (Suzy), an aspiring entrepreneur. Look out also for Kim Seon Ho, who steals the show as “Good Boy”, Han Ji Pyeong. 

Release date: 17 October 2020
Available on: Netflix

27. The Spy Who Loved Me

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The Spy Who Loved Me starts off strong with its intriguing premise. The K-drama is about a wedding dress designer Kang Ah Reum (Yoo In Na) who gets caught up in the world of spies thanks to her ex-husband Jeon Ji Hoon (Eric), a secret agent in the Interpol, and her current husband Derek Hyun (Lim Ju Hwan), an industrial spy.

Release date: 21 October 2020
Available on: iQIYI

28. Penthouse

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Penthouse taps on the issue of social status, wealth, power and prestige through the setting of a luxury penthouse apartment in Seoul with 100 floors called Hera Palace. 

Sim Su Ryeon (Lee Ji Ah), who was born into wealth, is the queen of the penthouse apartment. Cheon Seo Jin (Kim So Yeon), the prima donna of the residence, strives to be a part of the upper class for her children. Oh Yoon Hee (Eugene) comes from a poor family background. She is determined to enter high society by becoming the queen of the penthouse, which is the epitome of success to her.

Release date: 26 October 2020
Available on: Viki, Viu

29. Phoenix

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Based on Munhwa Broadcasting Corporation’s (MBC) 2004 hit drama series Phoenix, the 2020 remake features a script by the original writer. 

In the 2020 version, the drama depicts the story of Ji Eun (Hong Soo A) and Se Hoon (Lee Jae Woo). Ji Eun comes from a wealthy family. Unlike Ji Eun, Se Hoon comes from a poor family background so this is not your typical rich guy poor girl K-drama plot. The lovebirds get married but eventually find themselves getting a divorce because of Ji Eun’s father’s interference.  The pair end up meeting again with their financial situations reversed. If you are looking for a unique twist to the cliche Cinderella storyline, you can add this drama to your list. 

Release date: 26 October 2020
Available on: Viki

30. Kairos

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Kairos is a romantic fantasy thriller in which the characters are able to communicate with each other despite living in different time periods. Kim Seo Jin’s (Shin Sung Rok) daughter gets kidnapped, and he attempts to change the past by calling Han Ae Ri (Lee Se Young), who is then living a month in the past. At the time Han Ae Ri receives the call from Kim Seo Jin in the future, her mother has just gone missing.

Ahn Bo Hyun, the antagonist from Itaewon Class will also be acting in the series as Seo Do Gyun.

Release date: 27 October 2020 
Available on: Viu

31. Delayed Justice

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Not all heroes wear capes. Park Tae Yong is a public defender who is empathetic and full of justice. His partner Park Sam Soo is a soft-hearted reporter who looks for stories that are ignored by other reporters. 

Release date: 30 October 2020 
Available on: Viu

32. Birthcare Center

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Birthcare Centre is a story about Oh Hyun Jin (Uhm Ji Won), the youngest executive at her workplace but the oldest in a postnatal care centre, trying to navigate through motherhood along with other mums in the facility.

Release date: 2 November 2020
Available on: Viki

33. Live On

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In a list of upcoming K-dramas in 2020 that revolve around working adults, Live On is a high school drama that you can add to your youth romance drama list. It follows the lives of a popular kid, Baek Ho Rang (Jung Da Bin) and her only friend Go Eun Tak (Minhyun). The duo makes use of their broadcasting club identities to uncover the mysterious figure who is trying to disclose Da Bin’s past. 

Release date: 17 November 2020
Available on: Viki

34. Revenge

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Kang Hae Ra (Kim Sa Rang) is adamant on getting her revenge after her influencer’s reputation is negatively affected by a fake scandal. Meanwhile, Cha Min Joon (Yoon Hyun Min) is a lawyer who is working to avenge his family who was wrecked by a scheme. 

Release date: 21 November 2020
Available on: To be confirmed

35. True Beauty

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True Beauty tells the story of Im Joo Kyeong (Moon Ga Young) who rises to fame with the makeup skills that she masters from watching tutorials on YouTube. She gets involved with 2 charming men, Lee Soo Ho (Cha Eun Woo) and Han Seo Joon (Hwang In Yeop). This drama is based off a popular webtoon and may be one of the most anticipated romance K-dramas of 2020. 

Release date: 25 November 2020
Available on: Viki, Viu

36. Extraordinary Rumor

extraordinary rumorClockwise from top left: Jo Byeong Gyu, Yoon Jun Sang, Ahn Suk Hwan, Yeom Hye Ran, Kim Se Jeong
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Based on a webtoon, Extraordinary Rumor is about a group of demon hunters called the Counters, who disguise themselves as employees of a noodle restaurant. Actor Jo Byeong Gyu from Sky Castle and K-pop idol Kim Se Jeong will star in this K-drama.

Release date: 28 November 2020
Available on: To be confirmed

37. Awaken

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Awaken adds to the list of upcoming romantic mystery K-dramas in 2020. A detective (Nam Goong Min) and a police officer (Seolhyun) join hands to solve the mysterious events happening in the present that occurred in a village 28 years ago.

Release date: 30 November 2020
Available on: Viu

38. Cheat On Me If You Can

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“Cheating” and “comedy” are not words that you would associate together. Cheat On Me If You Can is a comedy-mystery thriller drama about betrayal and marriage. Kang Yeo Joo (Jo Yeo Jeong) is a bestselling crime novelist with a penchant for writing brutal punishments to her cheating male characters. Her successful divorce lawyer husband, Han Woo Sung (Go Joon), married her after signing a memorandum stating “If I cheat, I die.”

Release date: 2 December 2020
Available on: Viu

39. City Couple’s Way of Love

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Having acted alongside Lee Min Ho in The Heirs (2013), Song Joong Ki in Descendants of the Sun (2016) and Park Seo Joon in Fight For My Way (2017), Kim Ji Won is now co-stars with another classic K-drama oppa, Ji Chang Wook, in City Couple’s Way of Love. 

In this short-form romance drama, Ji Chang Wook plays Park Jae Won, an architect who falls in love with a woman whom he refers to as the “camera thief”. Meanwhile, Kim Ji Won’s character, Lee Eun Oh, is a freelance marketer who ends up falling in love with Park Jae Won while posing as her false identity, Yoon Sun Ah. 

Release date: 8 December 2020
Available on: KakaoTV

40. Hush

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Girls Generation fans will have a hard time choosing between all the upcoming K-dramas in 2020. Another member of the girl group, Yoona, stars in the K-drama, Hush. Adapted from a novel called “Silence Alert”, which takes places in a newspaper company, Hush touches on the dilemma between the survival and conscience of journalists. 

Release date: 11 December 2020
Available on: To be confirmed

41. Run On

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It seems like you can’t catch a break from romance-themed dramas out of all the upcoming K-dramas in 2020. Run-on recounts the love story between a sports agent, Ki Sun Gyeom (Im Si Wan) and a subtitle translation writer, Oh Mi Joo (Shin Se Kyung). 

Former Girls Generation member, Sooyoung, will also be appearing in this drama. She plays the CEO of a sports agency who fights relentlessly to be the successor of her father’s company, Seomyung Group, in a sexist society. 

Release date: 16 December 2020
Available on: Netflix

42. Sweet Home

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For Love Alarm (2019) fans who cannot wait for the release of Season 2 next year, you will be glad to see actor Song Kang, who played Hwang Sun Oh in the show, on this list of upcoming K-dramas in 2020. Even though Love Alarm Season 2 will not be released this year, you can occupy yourself with his soon-to-be-released thriller K-drama, Sweet Home. 

Sweet Home is a Netflix Original series based on a webtoon that tells the story of a troubled high school student, Cha Hyun Soo (Song Kang). One day, he loses his whole family to an accident and moves into a small apartment. When a mysterious phenomenon of humans evolving into monsters emerges, he teams up with his neighbours to fight the monsters and save humanity. 

Release date: 23 December 2020
Available on: Netflix

Upcoming K-dramas In The Second Half Of 2020 Will Warm The Cockles Of Your Heart

Tide through the rest of 2020 with several upcoming K-dramas from this list, and watch this space for updates on where and when you can watch the series.

Also read:

Why Korean Dramas Like Crash Landing On You & Itaewon Class Might Be Making It Harder For You To Find Love

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10 Upcoming Korean Dramas Coming In September 2021

Here are all the ratings of K-Dramas that aired in September.

 

Wednesday-Thursday Ratings

Wednesday-Thursday K-Dramas’ ratings are back!

Due to Chuseok programs, "When I Was Most Beautiful" only aired on Wednesday.

On tvN, "Tale of the Nine Tailed" starring Lee DongWook, Jo BoAh, and Kim Bum will start on Oct. 7.

The next Wednesday-Thursday drama of JTBC is "Private Lives" with Ko GyungPyo and SeoHyun, it will start on Oct. 7 (the premiere date was pushed due to COVID-19 concerns).

On KBS, "Do Do Sol Sol La La Sol" with Lee JaeWook and Go Ara was planned to start weeks ago but due to COVID-19 concerns on the filming set, the premiere will be on Oct. 7.

5th Week of September

"When I Was Most Beautiful" ratings dropped due to other Chuseok programs. Only Wednesday's episode aired. The drama will not air on Oct. 1.

 

Monday-Tuesday Ratings

Monday-Tuesday K-Dramas’ ratings are back!

5th Week of September

29Tues.

Record of Youth
tvN7.7

Do You Like Brahms?
SBS5.5

The Zombie Detective
KBS2.8

18 Again
JTBC2.5

Lonely Enough to Love
MBC every10.3

"Lonely Enough To Love" ratings slightly increased from last week.

"Do You Like Brahms?" ratings decreased from last week.

"Record of Youth" ratings increased from last week on the overall.

"18 Again" ratings significantly increased from last week even if Monday ratings were higher than Tuesday ratings.

"The Zombie Detective" ratings decreased from last week.

 

Friday-Saturday-Sunday Ratings

Friday-Saturday-Sunday K-Dramas’ ratings are back!

On MBC, "Love Virtually" (one episode) part of the SF8 series was aired this week.

On JTBC, "More than Friends" started with Ong SeongWu and Shin YeEun.

4th Week of September

25Frid.

Alice
SBS7.0

Lies of Lies
Channel A2.7

More than Friends
JTBC1.5

Love Virtually - SF8
MBC0.8

26Saturd.

Homemade Love Story
KBS23.0

Alice
SBS8.7

Stranger 2
tvN7.2

Lies of Lies
Channel A4.5

Missing: The Other Side
OCN3.0

More than Friends
JTBC1.4

27Sund.

Homemade Love Story
KBS26.4

Stranger 2
tvN8.8

Missing: The Other Side
OCN3.8

"Homemade Love Story" ratings increased significantly and reached its best-ever ratings at 26.4%.

"Stranger 2" ratings increased and reached its best-ever ratings at 8.8%.

The one episode of "Love Virtually" had 0.8% of ratings.

"Alice" ratings decreased compare to last week.

"Missing: The Other Side" started to air again and ratings were quite similar to the last two episodes.

"Lies of Lies" ratings increased and reached its best-ever ratings. It was also the highest ratings ever of Channel A.

"More than Friends" started and ratings slightly decreased on its second day.

 

Wednesday-Thursday Ratings

Wednesday-Thursday K-Dramas’ ratings are back!

This week "Flower of Evil" ended on tvN, the next drama is "Tale of the Nine Tailed" starring Lee DongWook, Jo BoAh, and Kim Bum starting on Oct. 7.

The next Wednesday-Thursday drama of JTBC is "Private Lives" with Ko GyungPyo and SeoHyun, it will start on Oct. 7 (the premiere date was pushed due to COVID-19 concerns).

On KBS, "Do Do Sol Sol La La Sol" with Lee JaeWook and Go Ara was planned to start weeks ago but due to COVID-19 concerns on the filming set, the premiere will be on Oct. 7.

4th Week of September

24Thurs.

When I Was Most Beautiful
MBC4.6

*Ratings were updated.

"Flower of Evil" ended and ratings increased. It reached its best-ever ratings with its finale episode at 5.7%. For information, the drama started at 3.4%.

"When I Was Most Beautiful" ratings were quite similar to last week.

 

Monday-Tuesday Ratings

Monday-Tuesday K-Dramas’ ratings are back!

On JTBC, "18 Again" with Kim HaNeul, Yoon SangHyun, and Lee DoHyun started this week. On KBS, "The Zombie Detective" also started this week with Choi JinHyuk and Park JuHyun.

4th Week of September

22Tues.

Record of Youth
tvN7.0

Do You Like Brahms?
SBS6.3

The Zombie Detective
KBS3.0

18 Again
JTBC2.4

Lonely Enough to Love
MBC every10.2

"Lonely Enough To Love" ratings were similar to last week.

"Do You Like Brahms?" ratings increased and reached its best-ever ratings at 6.3%.

"Record of Youth" kept its best-ever ratings on Monday but decreased the next day.

"18 Again" started and ratings increased with its second episode.

"The Zombie Detective" started and ratings decreased with its second episode.

 

Friday-Saturday-Sunday Ratings

Friday-Saturday-Sunday K-Dramas’ ratings are back!

On OCN, "Missing: The Other Side" did not air this week due to COVID-19 concerns on the set of the drama.

On MBC, "White Crow" (one episode) part of the SF8 series was aired this week.

On KBS, "Homemade Love Story" started this week with Lee JangWoo, Jin KiJoo, and more.

On JTBC, the next drama is "More than Friends" with Ong SeongWu and Shin YeEun from Sept. 25.

3rd Week of September

18Frid.

Alice
SBS8.6

Lies of Lies
Channel A2.9

White Crow - SF8
MBC0.9

19Saturd.

Homemade Love Story
KBS23.3

Alice
SBS9.6

Stranger 2
tvN6.8

Lies of Lies
Channel A4.2

20Sund.

Homemade Love Story
KBS24.6

Stranger 2
tvN7.5

"Homemade Love Story" started and ratings increased with its second episode.

"Stranger 2" ratings decreased on Saturday but increased on Sunday.

The one episode "White Crow" had 0.9% of ratings.

"Alice" ratings were quite similar to last week.

"Missing: The Other Side" did not air this week.

"Lies of Lies" ratings increased from last week on the overall.

 

Wednesday-Thursday Ratings

Wednesday-Thursday K-Dramas’ ratings are back!

The next Wednesday-Thursday drama of JTBC is "Private Lives" with Ko GyungPyo and SeoHyun, it will start on Oct. 7 (the premiere date was pushed due to COVID-19 concerns).

On KBS, "Do Do Sol Sol La La Sol" with Lee JaeWook and Go Ara was planned to start but due to COVID-19 concerns on the filming set, the premiere might be on Oct. 7.

3rd Week of September

17Thurs.

Flower of Evil
tvN5.1

When I Was Most Beautiful
MBC4.7

"Flower of Evil" ratings increased and reached its best-ever ratings at 5.1%.

"When I Was Most Beautiful" ratings increased and reached its best-ever ratings at 4.7%.

 

Monday-Tuesday Ratings

Monday-Tuesday K-Dramas’ ratings are back!

On JTBC, "18 Again" with Kim HaNeul, Yoon SangHyun, and Lee DoHyun premiere was pushed to Sept. 21. On KBS, from Sept. 21 "The Zombie Detective" will start with Choi JinHyuk and Park JuHyun.

3rd Week of September

"Lonely Enough To Love" ratings dropped by 0.2% from last week's episode.

"Do You Like Brahms?" ratings were similar from last week.

"Record of Youth" ratings are constantly increasing.

 

Friday-Saturday-Sunday Ratings

Friday-Saturday-Sunday K-Dramas’ ratings are back!

On JTBC, the next drama is "More than Friends" with Ong SeongWu and Shin YeEun from Sept. 25.

On MBC, "Baby It's Over Outside" (one episode) part of the SF8 series was aired this week.

On KBS, "Once Again" ended. The next drama is "Homemade Love Story" with Lee JangWoo, Jin KiJoo, and more from Sept. 19.

2nd Week of September

11Frid.

Alice
SBS8.1

Lies of Lies
Channel A2.6

Baby It's Over Outside - SF8
MBC0.9

13Sund.

Once Again Ep.100
KBS34.8

Once Again Ep.99
KBS33.6

Stranger 2
tvN7.2

Missing: The Other Side
OCN3.8

"Once Again" ended at 34.8% and reached its best with its 96th episode at 37.0%.

"Stranger 2" ratings were almost similar to last week on the overall.

The one episode "Baby It's Over Outside" had 0.9% of ratings.

"Alice" ratings decreased from last week.

"Missing: The Other Side" ratings increased this week and reached its best-ever ratings at 3.8%.

"Lies of Lies" ratings increased significantly and reached its best-ever ratings.

Wednesday-Thursday Ratings

Wednesday-Thursday K-Dramas’ ratings are back!

The next Wednesday-Thursday drama of JTBC is "Private Lives" with Ko GyungPyo and SeoHyun, it will start on Oct. 7 (the premiere date was pushed due to COVID-19 concerns).

On KBS, "Do Do Sol Sol La La Sol" with Lee JaeWook and Go Ara was planned to start but due to COVID-19 concerns on the filming set, the premiere might be on Oct. 7.

2nd Week of September

10Thurs.

Flower of Evil
tvN4.5

When I Was Most Beautiful
MBC4.2

"Flower of Evil" ratings increased and reached its best-ever ratings at 4.7%.

"When I Was Most Beautiful" ratings increased and reached its best-ever ratings at 4.3%.

Monday-Tuesday Ratings

Monday-Tuesday K-Dramas’ ratings are back!

This week "Record of Youth" with Park BoGum, Park SoDam, and Byeon WooSeok started on tvN.

On JTBC, "18 Again" with Kim HaNeul, Yoon SangHyun, and Lee DoHyun premiere was pushed to Sept. 21. On KBS, from Sept. 21 "The Zombie Detective" will start with Choi JinHyuk and Park JuHyun.

2nd Week of September

"Lonely Enough To Love" ratings increased by 0.1% from last week's episode.

"Do You Like Brahms?" ratings increased from last week.

"Record of Youth" started and ratings started high and increased for its second episode.

Friday-Saturday-Sunday Ratings

Friday-Saturday-Sunday K-Dramas’ ratings are back!

This week "Graceful Friends" ended on JTBC. The next drama is "More than Friends" with Ong SeongWu and Shin YeEun from Sept. 25.

On MBC, this week aired "Blink" (one episode) part of the SF8 series.

On Channel A, "Lies of Lies" with Lee YuRi and Yeon JeongHun started this week.

1st Week of September

4Frid.

Alice
SBS8.4

Graceful Friends
JTBC4.8

Lies of Lies
Channel A1.2

Blink - SF8
MBC1.0

5Saturd.

6Sund.

Once Again Ep.96
KBS37

Once Again Ep.95
KBS34.8

Stranger 2
tvN7.5

Missing: The Other Side
OCN3.5

"Once Again" ratings reached its best-ever ratings at 37%.

"Stranger 2" ratings increased and reached its best-ever ratings at 7.5%.

The one episode "Blink"  had 1.0% of ratings.

"Graceful Friends" ended and ratings increased. The drama reached its best ever-ratings with its last episode. For information, the drama started at 3.2%.

"Alice" ratings continued to significantly increase and reached its best-ever ratings at 10.6%.

"Missing: The Other Side" ratings continued to significantly increase and reached its best-ever ratings at 3.5%.

"Lies of Lies" started and ratings increased significantly on its second day.

Wednesday-Thursday Ratings

Wednesday-Thursday K-Dramas’ ratings are back!

This week ended "Was It Love?", the next JTBC drama is "Private Lives" with Ko GyungPyo and SeoHyun. It was planned on Sept. 16 however due to COVID-19 concerns on the filming set, the premiere was postponed to an unfixed date.

"Flower of Evil" only aired on Wednesday night. Due to COVID-19 concerns on the set, the filming was put on hold and the drama airing schedule has been changed.

On KBS, "Do Do Sol Sol La La Sol", with Lee JaeWook and Go Ara was planned to start but due to COVID-19 concerns on the filming set, the premiere was postponed to an unfixed date.

1st Week of September

3Thurs.

When I Was Most Beautiful
MBC3.0

"Was it Love?" ended and ratings decreased compared to last week. The drama started at 2.0%, reached its best-ever ratings at 2.2% with its 2nd episode, and ended at 1.6%

"Flower of Evil" ratings increased on Wednesday.

"When I Was Most Beautiful" ratings increased and the drama reached its best-ever ratings at 3.0%.

Monday-Tuesday Ratings

Monday-Tuesday K-Dramas’ ratings are back!

This week "Do You Like Brahms?" with Kim MinJae and Park EunBin started on SBS.

On JTBC, "18 Again" with Kim HaNeul, Yoon SangHyun, and Lee DoHyun will start on Sept. 7.

"To All The Guys Who Loved Me" ended this week and from Sept. 21 "The Zombie Detective" with Choi JinHyuk and Park JuHyun.

1st Week of September

1Tues.

"To All The Guys Who Loved Me" ended and ratings increased compare to the most recent episodes. The drama started at 3.9%, reached its highest at 4.4% (2nd episode), and ended at 3.1%.

"Lonely Enough To Love" ratings were similar to last week.

"Do You Like Brahms?" started and ratings were high but slightly decreased on its second day.

Sours: https://www.kpopmap.com/korean-drama-ratings-september-2020/

Similar news:

Record of Youth Korean Drama - Park So Dam

We have another large crop of new kdramas to choose from in September as we are knocking on fall’s door. Cooler months are ahead and we’ll be needing our dramas to snuggle up with! Let’s see what we have to look forward to in this September 2020 edition of “Korean Dramas You Need to Be Watching.”

This monthly series is meant to keep you updated on what’s happening in that amazing world of Korean dramas so that you don’t miss out on anything! Here are the kdramas you should keep an eye out for in September 2020:

My Pick:

1. Record of Youth

Record of Youth Korean Drama - Park Bo Gum and Park So Dam

I’ve been waiting to have Park So Dam back in a drama for four years now, and the time has finally come! I can’t wait to see her paired up with Park Bo Gum in this romance about achieving your dreams.

Record of Youth is set in the modeling industry and focuses on a man (Park Bo Gum) who wants to be a model and a woman (Park So Dam) who wants to be a makeup artist.

Record of Youth is scheduled to premiere September 7 on tvN.

PREMIERING IN SEPTEMBER:

2. More Than Friends

More Than Friends Korean Drama - Ong Seung Woo and Shin Ye Eun

More Than Friends follows the romance between a man (Ong Seung Woo) and woman (Shin Ye Eun) who alternate having feelings for each other over 10 years.

More Than Friends is scheduled to premiere September 25 on JTBC.

3. The School Nurse Files

The School Nurse Files Korean Drama - Nam Joo Hyuk and Jung Yu Mi

The School Nurse Files is about a school nurse (Jung Yu Mi) who fights jelly monsters in her school that only she can see with the help of a teacher (Nam Joo Hyuk).

The School Nurse Files is scheduled to premiere September 25 on Netflix.

4. Lie After Lie

Lies of Lies Korean Drama - Lee Yoo Ri

Lie After Lie is a melodrama about a woman (Lee Yoo Ri) who was accused of murdering her rich husband and sent to prison where she gave birth to a daughter who was then taken away from her. After she is released, she hides her identity and attempts to become the stepmother of her daughter.

Lie After Lie is scheduled to premiere in September on Channel A.

5. 18 Again

18 Again Korean Drama - Yoon Sang Hyun, Kim Ha Neul, Lee Do Hyun

18 Again is about a middle-aged husband (Yoon Sang Hyun) on the brink of divorce who gets the chance to be 18 again. Also starring Kim Ha Neul and Lee Do Hyun

18 Again airs Monday and Tuesday on JTBC.

6. Zombie Detective

Zombie Detective Korean Drama - Choi Jin Hyuk

Zombie Detective is a comedy crime drama about a new zombie (Choi Jin Hyuk) who has lost his memories and gets the opportunity to take on the identity of a detective as he struggles to survive.

Zombie Detective is scheduled to premiere September 7 on KBS.

7. Homemade Love Story

Oh! Samkwang Villa Korean Drama - Lee Jang Woo and Jin Ki Joo

Homemade Love Story shares the stories of people who live at an apartment complex as they grow closer including an overly confident architect (Lee Jang Woo) and a hot-tempered installer (Jin Ki Joo) at an interior design company.

Homemade Love Story is scheduled to premiere September 19 on KBS.

CURRENTLY AIRING IN SEPTEMBER:

8. Alice

Alice Korean Drama - Joo Won and Kim Hee Sun

Alice is a sci-fi drama about a detective (Joo Won) who discovers something called Alice that allows time travelers to come from the future, and he is reunited with a woman (Kim Hee Sun) who died many years ago.

Alice airs Friday and Saturday on SBS.

9. When I Was the Most Beautiful

When I Was the Prettiest Korean Drama - Ha Suk Jin, Im Soo Hyang, Ji Soo

When I Was the Most Beautiful is about a woman (Im Soo Hyang) trying to heal from the pain of her past who gets involved in a love triangle with two brothers (Ha Suk Jin and Ji Soo).

When I Was the Most Beautiful airs Wednesday and Thursday on MBC.

10. Do You Like Brahms?

Do You Like Brahms? Korean Drama - Kim Min Jae and Park Eun Bin

Do You Like Brahms? tells the stories of students at a prestigious music school as they practice, perform, and have competitions. Starring Kim Min Jae and Park Eun Bin

Do You Like Brahms? airs Monday and Tuesday on SBS.


Other Premieres & Ongoing Dramas
(These dramas will be highlighted in the coming months)

Love is Annoying, But I Hate Being Lonely
Missing: The Other Side
Secret Forest 2


AND SO YOU’RE UP TO DATE,
OTHER DRAMAS THAT WILL BE ENDING IN SEPTEMBER:

Flower of Evil

Flower of Evil Korean Drama - Lee Joon Gi and Moon Chae Won

Flower of Evil is a romance thriller about an emotionless psychopath (Lee Joon Gi) who changes his identity and tries to leave his dark past behind him that marries a homicide detective (Moon Chae Won) who is trying to uncover the truth.

Flower of Evil airs Wednesday and Thursday on tvN.

To All the Guys Who Loved Me

Men are Men Korean Drama - Yoon Hyun Min, Hwang Jung Eum, Seo Ji Hoon

To All the Guys Who Loved Me is a romantic comedy about a woman (Hwang Jung Eum) who wants to stay single after being hurt in the past and a man (Yoon Hyun Min) who wants to change his relationship with her through love.

To All the Guys Who Loved Me airs Monday and Tuesday on KBS.

Was it Love?

Did We Love? Korean Drama - Son Ho Jun, Song Jong Ho, Kim Min Joon, Koo Ja Sung

Was it Love? is about an unlucky movie producer (Song Ji Hyo) who is a single mother. Her life then gets shaken up after meeting four men (Son Ho Jun, Song Jong Ho, Kim Min Joon, Koo Ja Sung).

Was it Love? airs Wednesday and Thursday on JTBC.

Graceful Friends

Graceful Friends Korean Drama - Yoo Joon Sang and Song Yoon Ah

Graceful Friends focuses on a group of married couples whose lives are turned upside down by a murder. Starring Song Yoon Ah and Yoo Joon Sang

Graceful Friends airs Friday and Saturday on JTBC.


What dramas are you looking forward to or enjoying in September?

Make sure to get caught up because there are more dramas coming your way in October!


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