Upcoming Korean Dramas November 2019
We are finally in the month of November and there are some great Korean dramas being released. Check out the list below to add to your watch list.
1. Crush Landing On You
Yoon Se-Ri (Son Ye-Jin) is an heiress to a conglomerate in South Korea. One day, while paragliding, an accident caused by strong winds leads Yoon Se-Ri to make an emergency landing in North Korea. There, she meets Lee Jung-Hyeok (Hyun-Bin), who is a North Korean army officer. He tries to protect her and hide her. Soon, Lee Jung-Hyeok falls in love with Yoon Se-Ri.
- Network: tvN
- Release date: 23rd November 2019
- Air time: Saturday & Sunday at 21:00
2. Chief of Staff 2
The real political players behind the spotlight take a dangerous gamble. Super Adviser Jang Tae Joon (Lee Jung-Jae) heads towards the peak of power and fiercely struggles for survival.
Jang Tae Joon worked as the chief aide to Lawmaker Lawmaker Song Hee Sub (Kim Kap-Soo). He now returns as a lawmaker and achieves the height of his power.
- Network: JTBC
- Release Date: 11th November 2019
- Airtime Monday and Tuesday at 21:30
3. Love With Flaws
Lee Kang-Woo (Ahn Jae-Hyeon) is a handsome guy, who enjoys being the center of attention. In his past, he was dumped for being ugly. Since that moment, he has been obsessed with his appearance. Joo Seo-Yeon (Oh Yeon-Seo) is an enthusiastic P.E. teacher. She does not like handsome men, because she went through a lot of trouble due to her 3 handsome brothers. Her ideal guy is someone who is closer to normal.
Lee Kang-Woo and Joo Seo-Yeon happen to meet. They initially argue about everything, but they develop romantic feelings for each other.
- Network: MBC
- Release Date: 27th November 2019
- Air time: Wednesday and Thursday at 21:00
4. Stove League
“Stove League” is about the preparation period of a major league baseball team. The drama focuses on a loser team that prepares for an extraordinary season upon the arrival of their new general manager, and each episode will focus on a problem they have as they prepare to become a stronger team.
Baek Seung-Soo (Namgung Min) is the newly appointed general manager of professional baseball team Dreams. The team ranks bottom of the league. Lee Se-Young (Park Eun-Bin) is the operations manager of the team. She has so much love for Dreams and she never gives up on the team.
- Network: SBS
- Release Date: 15th November 2019
- Air time: Friday & Saturday at 22:00
5. Psychopath Diary
Yook Dong-Sik (Yoon Si-Yoon) works at a brokerage company. He has a timid personality and he can’t even get angry at the people who look down upon him. One day, he witnesses a murder. He accidentally picks up a diary belonging to killer, who is a serial murderer. The diary has a log of his murders. Yook Dong-Sik flees with the diary, but he is accidentally hit by Police Officer Sim Bo-Kyung’s (Jung In-Sun) car. Yook Dong-Sik loses his memory because of the accident. Due to the diary in his possession, Yook Dong-Sik mistakenly believes he is a serial killer. Since that moment, he begins to change. Sim Bo-Kyung, who got involved with Yook Dong-Sik, decides to catch the serial killer.
Meanwhile, Seo In-Woo (Park Sung-Hoon) works as director at the brokerage company where Yook Dong-Sik works. He is heartless and a psychopath serial killer. He has lost the diary in which he detailed his crimes. He now feels insecure.
6.Woman of 9.9 Billion
Jung Seo-Yeon (Cho Yeo-Jeong) happens to get 9.9 Billion won ($9 million USD) and she fights against the world. Jung Seo-Yeon and her family suffered from violence by her father. She left their home and started a new life with an affectionate man, but her happy life ended. She struggles to look for happiness in her life.
Kang Tae-Woo is an ex-detective. He attempts to reveal the truth behind the death of his younger sibling
- Network: KBS2
- Release date: 27th November 2019
- Air time: Wednesday and Thursday at 22:00
Lee Kang (Yoon Kye-Sang) grew up in a small seaside town, is a neurosurgeon, who once dreamed of becoming a chef. He looks cold-hearted, but, in fact, he hides his warm heart.
When Moon Cha Young (Ha Ji-Won) was a child, she met Lee Kang at a small restaurant in the seaside town. There, Lee Kang cooked and gave her a meal, which in part inspired her to become a world-famous chef.
Many years later, the two meet again at a hospice ward and together they heal their own emotional scars by preparing meals for the patients there.
- Network: JTBC
- Release Date: 29th November 2019
- Air time: Friday & Saturday at 23:00
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