Drama

8 Korean drama premiering on September 2021

Transiting to autumn, things are getting slightly better now. From the blazing hot summer to cooling and breezy autumn. The Korean dramas premiering this month are on the thriller, dark side but of course, we do have a few romantic comedies for those who prefer light-hearted content.

Here is some Kdramas you can look forward to this coming month.

The Veil

The Veil – MBC 2021 Drama

No. of episodes: 12
Genre: Action, Investigation, Thriller
Native title: 검은 태양
Original network: MBC

Premiere: 3 Sep 2021, every Friday and Saturday

The drama follows the story of the top National Intelligence Service (NIS) agent Han Ji Hyuk (Namgoong Min) who holds a perfect record of completing all given missions.

Lost

Lost – 2021 Kdrama

No. of episodes: 16
Genre: Melodrama, Romance
Native title: 인간실격
Original network: JTBC, iQiyi

Premiere: 4 Sep 2021, every Saturday and Sunday

The drama is about the lives of ordinary people like you and me who worked hard all their lives in hopes to see light at the end of the tunnel but realized that nothing has happened. Boo Jung, a 40-year-old ghostwriter who hasn’t achieve anything in her life and feels lost. Kang Jae, a 27-year-old plain worker fears that he will not be able to achieve anything in his life.

High Class

High Class – tvN

No. of episodes: 16
Genre: Mystery, Thriller
Native title: 하이클래스
Original network: tvN

Premiere: 6 Sep 2021, every Monday and Tuesday

Mystery drama about the hidden side behind the perfect lives of women. Song Yeo Wool (Cho Yeo Jung) lost everything when she is framed for her husband’s murder. the only person who is friendly to her is Hwang Na Yoon (Park Se Jin), a single mother.

One the Woman

No. of episodes: 16
Genre: Fantasy, Romance
Native title: 원 더 우먼
Original network: SBS

Premiere: 17 Sep 2021, every Friday and Saturday

A tough female detective lost her memories and changes place with a conservative housewife that is a split image from her. Jo Yeon Joo’s life change when she woke up from the accident.

Yumi’s Cells

Yumi’s Cells

No. of episodes: 14
Genre: Romance, Comedy
Native title: 유미의 세포들
Original network: tvN, iQiyi, TVING

Premiere: 17 Sep 2021, every Wednesday and Thursday

Yumi’s Cells is a hit webtoon that will be adapted into a drama. The story is about an ordinary office lady Yumi (Kim Go Eun), the story was told from the perspective of her brain cells and how the cells are controlling her emotions, actions, and feelings.

Squid Game

Squid Game – Netflix Original Kdrama

No. of episodes: 8
Genre: Thriller, Action, Mystery
Native title: 오징어 게임
Original network: Netflix

Premiere: 17 Sep 2021

The drama is about survival. Many people were drawn to a space where they became players of a mysterious survival game with a winning prize of 40 million dollars. Round Six (translates to Squid Game) is a street game that Gi Hun and Sang Woo played together when they were young, just that this is a life scale and puts your life at stake.

Dali and the Cocky Prince

No. of episodes: 16
Genre: Comedy, Romance
Native title: 달리와 감자탕
Original network: KBS

Premiere: 22 Sep 2021, every Wednesday and Thursday

The romance between Jin Moo Hak (Kim Min Jae) and Kim Dal Ri (Park Gyu Young) begins when Moo Hak tries to steal from Dal Ri. Jin Moo Hak’s family grew the small gamja-tang business into a global empire. Even though he is the director of the empire, he is far from intelligent nor smart. Kim Dal Ri is the director of Chungsong Art Museum, she is classy and considerate, and even a multi-lingual individual.

Hometown

No. of episodes: 12
Genre: Thriller, Horror
Natvie title: 홈타운
Original network: tvN

Premiere: 22 Sep 2021, every Friday and Saturday

The drama is set in a small village back in 1999, started when the police Choi Hyung In (Yoo Jae Myung) starts to investigate a strange murder and Jo Hung Hyun (Han Ye Ri) is searching for her missing niece.

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