7 New Korean Titles To Satisfy Your K-Drama Fix

Tuesday, February 09, 2021

She Would Never Know airs every Mon & Tues, 10PM, same time as Korea, exclusively on iQIYI

Let's start February with a wide selection of K-Dramas that will satisfy your K-Drama fix! Catch She Would Never Know, currently streaming on iQ.com, starring Korean idol Rowoon (known for Extraordinary You) and actress Won Jin-ah (known for Life) in a budding sunbae-hoobae (meaning senior-junior) romance story. 
She Would Never Know is a romantic drama starring Korean idol Rowoon as Chae Hyun-seung and actress Won Jin-ah as Yoon Song-ah – the drama captures their budding romance while working in a cosmetics company. Watch how Hyun-seung aegyos his way into Song-ah’s heart with his affection.  
L.U.C.A starring Lee Da-hee, Kim Rae-won
You may know him from Love Story in Harvard or his most recent swoon-worthy role in Doctors, Kim Rae-won will star alongside charismatic actress Lee Da-hee (known for I Can Hear Your Voice) in the upcoming mystery sci-fi drama, L.U.C.A. 
Premised on Charles Darwin’s proposition that all species of life are descended from a common ancestor, L.U.C.A is written by the talented screenwriter Chun Sung-il (best known for The Slave Hunters and The Pirates).  In this paranormal thriller drama, watch Ji Oh (Kim Rae-won), a mysterious figure with special abilities, and Gu Reum (Lee Da-hee), a reckless detective, embark on a journey in their pursuit of the truth. 
Times starring Lee Seo Jin and Lee Joo Young
Another upcoming mystery and sci-fic drama is Times, which stars veteran actor-host Lee Seo-jin (known for Grandpas Over Flowers) and Lee Joo-young who was last seen in Itaewon Class. 
Imagine answering a phone call and being connected to someone who is living five years in the past.  In this time-warping political thriller, Seo Jung-in (Lee Joo-young) who lives in 2020 contacts Lee Jin-woo (Lee Seo-jin) who lives in 2015. The pair of journalists will work together to prevent the death of Jung-in’s father, who is also South Korean President Seo Ki-tae (Kim Yeong-cheol). 
Mouse starring Lee Seung Gi and Lee Hee Joon
If mystery and sci-fi genres might not be your cup of tea, don’t fret, join heartthrob actor Lee Seung-gi (known for The King 2 Hearts and My Girlfriend Is a Gumiho) in Mouse as a justice-seeking rookie police officer who chases after psychopaths. Starring in the drama with him is Lee Hee-joon (known for Legend of the Blue Seas), who will partner up with the young actor in this thrilling series. 
Dear M starring NCT's Jaehyun & Park Hye-soo
Looking for a fluffier drama filled with school romance tropes? Dear M, which stars SM Entertainment’s boy group NCT’s Jaehyun in his debut acting role and actress Park Hye-soo (known for Hello, My Twenties!), will follow a group of university students and their school lives. 
How to be Thirty starring Jung In-Sun, Kang Min-hyuk & Hani
Shifting focus from school life to work life, catch How to be Thirty, which stars actress Jung In-sun (known for Welcome to Waikiki) and K-Pop idols turned actors, CNBLUE’s Kang Min-hyuk and EXID’s Hani. 

The drama follows a 30-year-old webtoon author, Seo Ji-won (Jung In-sun), who is reacquainted with her first love from middle school during a meeting with her publisher Lee Seung-yoo (Kang Min-hyuk). Tune in to the drama to watch sparks fly between the two. Watch this drama to witness how one woman gets reacquainted with her first love. 
Josée starring Nam Joo-hyuk & Han Ji-min
Finally, last seen crushing the hearts of Kim Seon-ho fans in Start-Up, join the dashing Nam Joo-hyuk in his sombre movie, Josée, which also stars Han Ji-min (known for Rooftop Prince). 

Josée is based on a 1985 Japanese novel by Seiko Tanabe. Acclaimed director Kim Jong-kwan brings to the big screen the Korean adaptation of this unconventional and tender love story between Young-seok (Nam Joo-hyuk) and Josée (Han Ji-min). Audiences will get to witness how a fateful encounter transforms into a budding romance when the pair cross paths. 

All titles are available to watch on iQIYI app and iQ.com.

photo credit to iQIYI

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