K-dramas releasing in March 2022  

K-dramas releasing in March 2022  

MARCH K-DRAMAS:

K-drama lovers, we gathered for you a list of upcoming dramas debuting this month. K-dramas that you must watch and add to your watchlist! From romantic to suspenseful, comedy to action, there is something for everyone to choose from.

We are all in the same place, once we enter K-dramas world, there is no turning back, we just want to keep watching! So, let’s get to it, here are the debuting dramas:

Doctor Lawyer

(Thriller, Medical, Law)

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A drama about Han Yi Han’ (So Ji Sub) amazing career as an elite surgeon, specialized in General Surgery and Cardiothoracic Surgery. His days as surgeon came to an end when his medical license was revoked when one of his patients died. Four years later he became a specialized lawyer in Medical Litigation and tries to uncover the truth behind the death of his patient.

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Release Date: March 4 (delayed until further notice)

Crazy Love

(Comedy, Romance)

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Noh Go Jin (Kim Jae Wook), a narcissistic math teacher that pretends to have amnesia after receiving a death sentence and Lee Shin Ah (Krystal Jung) who works for him as her secretary, which later pretends to be his fiancée when she is told she doesn’t have much time to live.

Release Date: March 7

A Superior Day

(Thriller)

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This Koran drama is adapted from the novel ‘Superior Day’ by Team Getname, where Lee Ho Cheol’s (Jin Goo) life becomes a nightmare when his daughter is kidnapped and the only way to save her is by murdering his neighbor, Kwon Shi Woo (Lee Won Keun) an alleged serial killer that is the likely culprit.

Release Date: March 13

Why Her?

(Romance, Melodrama)

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An outstanding lawyer and youngest partner at one of Korea’s finest law firms, Oh Soo Jae (Seo Hyun Jin) is forced to take as role as professor at a local law school. There she meets Gong Chan (Hawng In Yeop), a university students the fells in love with her and together they learn more about themselves to overcome life difficulties.

Release Date: March 18

The King of Pigs

(Suspense, Drama)

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The story of two friends that were victims of bullying 20 years ago when they were kids. Those bad memories came back when they received a message from a long-time friend and mysterious serial killings begin to occur. Their goal, to stop the killings.

Release Date: March 18

Tomorrow

(Fantasy, Action)

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Choi Joo Woong (Rowoon) an almost perfect guy, graduated from a prestigious university and wealthy parents, crosses path with two death angels who save suicidal people, Joo Woong then becames a new member of this Crisis Management Team

Release Date: March 25

Soundtrack #1

(Romance)

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Two friends for 20 years, Han Sun Woo (Park Hyung Sik) a rookie photographer and Seo Eun Soo (Han so Hee) a lyricist begin to live together, and it is when the line from friendship and love is trespassed and began to develop feelings for each other.

Release Date: March 23

The Murderer’s Shopping List

(Thriller, Mystery)

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A mystery drama adapted from the novel with the same title, revolves around a mysterious murder takes places, where Do Ah Hee (Kim Seol Hyun) a police officer has to investigate the case on her own.

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Soon, Ahn Dae Sung (Lee Kwang Soo) a cashier with excellent memory, attention to details and Do Ah Hee’s boyfriend and Jung Myung Sook (Jin Hee Kyung), Ahn Dae Sung’s mother and owner of MS Mart joins her investigation, being a receipt from this store their only clue.

Release Date: March 30 (delayed to May 4)

Where can I see them?

Living outside South Korea and not knowing where to watch this K-dramas, don’t worry, we got you covered with some free streaming sites where you can enjoy them!

VIKI

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Of the most know streaming services to watch dramas for free and subbed, on site or through their app, with a wide variety of popular K-dramas. They also offer a paid subscription (VikiPass) for many other dramas on their catalog.

Website here

Kiss Asian

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They have a huge catalog for movies and dramas, not only from Korea, but also from China, Thailand, and Taiwan. All dramas and movies are subbed and offered in high resolution.

Website here.

Dramacool

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Personally, one of my favorite sites to watch dramas, this website offers you free and subbed movies and dramas, not only from Korea, but also from other countries. You can filter by year, genre or country and even has an option to download the episodes.

Website here.

FDrama

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A great website, regularly updated with new K-drama, episodes have high resolution and subbed, you can choose from several servers in case one is not working properly. Japanese, Chinese, Thai, and Taiwanese dramas are also available on their site.

Website here.

YouTube

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Believe it or not, K-dramas are also available on this platform, uploaded by official TV channels, SBS World and KBS World TV. They offer high resolution and subbed episodes. Downside, you will not find most recent ones.

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Website SBS World 

Website KBS World TV 

Share with us which March drama you are most excited for, and which ones do you plan to see!

Author: Aldo

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