7 November K-Drama Premieres To Look Forward To

November welcomes another round of new and exciting K-dramas! As the weather gets chillier, snuggle up at home with some of these dramas premiering this month:

Birthcare Center

Cast: Uhm Ji Won, Park Ha Sun, Jang Hye Jin, Yoon Park, Choi Ri, Im Hwa Young, Choi Soo Min, Lee Se Rang, Choi Ja Hye, Kim Yoon Jung, Jung Sung Il, Nam Yoon Soo, Lee Joon Hyuk, Woohee, Jung Moon Sung, Kang Hong Seok, etc.

Premiere Date: November 2

Broadcast Details: Mondays and Tuesdays at 9 p.m. KST on tvN

“Birthcare Center” is about Oh Hyun Jin (Uhm Ji Won), the youngest executive at her company but the oldest mom at the postpartum care center where she’s staying. She went through a rough time giving birth and must now grow into her new role as a mom while interacting with the fellow mothers at the center. During her stay there, she meets Jo Eun Jung (Park Ha Sun), another mother at the center who is known as the “queen bee.”

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2020 KBS Drama Special

“Modern Girl” Cast: Jin Ji Hee, Kim Si Eun, Yoon Ji On, Oh Seung Hoon, Kim Myung Soo, Im Won Hee, etc.
“Crevasse” Cast: Yoon Se Ah, Ji Seung Hyun, Kim Hyung Muk, etc.
“The Teacher” Cast: Kim Dae Geon, Moon You Kang, Woo Da Vi, Lee Yeon, etc.
“The Pleasures and Sorrows of Work” Cast: Go Won Hee, Oh Min Seok, Kang Mal Geum, Ryu Jin, Kim Young, etc.
“The Reason Why I Can’t Tell You” Cast: Shin Hyun Soo, Go Min Si, etc.
“My Lilac” Cast: Lee Han Wi, Jung Yoo Min, Seol Jung Hwan, Yoo Min Sang, Ha Jae Sook, etc.

Premiere Date: November 7

Broadcast Details: Saturdays at 10:30 p.m. KST (starting on November 7) and Thursdays at 10:40 p.m. KST (starting on November 19) on KBS2

For the 10th consecutive year, KBS is broadcasting a collection of short dramas that are one episode each. “2020 KBS Drama Special” will feature 10 diverse projects, with six of them airing in November.

Set in the 1930s, “Modern Girl” is about a woman who starts going to school to capture the heart of her cheating husband, but she ends up falling in love at school. “Crevasse” is about a man and woman who fall into an improper relationship. “The Teacher” tells the story of a school bully and victim from a different perspective. Based on a popular novel, “The Pleasures and Sorrows of Work” explores the ups and downs of working life. “The Reason Why I Can’t Tell You” shows the reunion of a photographer and his first love. “My Lilac” follows a trot imitation singer and his daughter as they work to find happiness.

Please Don’t Date Him

Cast: Song Ha Yoon, Lee Jun Young (U-KISS), Yoon Bomi (Apink), Gong Min Jung, Kim Ki Ri, Lee Shi Hoon, Shin Ji Yeon, Joo Woo Jae, etc.

Premiere Date: November 10

Broadcast Details: Tuesdays at 10:40 p.m. KST on MBC Every1

“Please Don’t Date Him” is about Seo Ji Sung (Song Ha Yoon) who wants to fall in love but also avoid the wrong men. In order to create the perfect love life, she creates an artificial intelligence (AI) program called Cho Sang Shin, which will identify trashy humans, and she uses it to save people who are in difficult relationships. Jun plays Jung Kook Hee, a firefighter who is the one and only person that Cho Sang Shin is unable to analyze.

Live On

Cast: Minhyun (NU’EST), Jung Da Bin, Noh Jong Hyun, Yang Hye Ji, Yeonwoo, Byungchan (VICTON), Yang Jung Yeon, Hyun Woo Seok, Lee Se Hee, Woo Da Vi, Ji Eui Jung, Shin Yoon Seob, etc.

Premiere Date: November 17

Broadcast Details: Tuesdays at 9:30 p.m. KST on JTBC

“Live On” is a new romance drama starring NU’EST’s Minhyun as Go Eun Taek, a perfectionist who is the head of his high school’s broadcasting club, and Jung Da Bin as Baek Ho Rang, a school celebrity and social media influencer. Baek Ho Rang joins the broadcasting club in order get help from Go Eun Taek in uncovering the identity of a mysterious figure who is trying to bring to light parts of her past she wants to keep hidden.

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“Get Revenge” (literal title)

Cast: Kim Sa Rang, Yoon Hyun Min, Yoo Sun, Jung Man Sik, Yoon So Yi, Song Joo Hee, Gong Hyun Joo, Park Eun Hye, Jung Wook, Jung Eui Jae, etc.

Premiere Date: November 21

Broadcast Details: Saturdays and Sundays at 9 p.m. KST on TV Chosun

“Get Revenge” is a “mystery social revenge drama” in which Kang Hae Ra (Kim Sa Rang), who went from a reporter to one of Korea’s hottest influencers after marrying a public figure, is given the opportunity to get her revenge and fight against powerful people in society. Joining her is Yoon Hyun Min as Cha Min Joon, a cold lawyer who has a 100 percent success rate.

“The Uncanny Counter”

Cast: Jo Byeong Gyu, Yoo Joon Sang, Kim Sejeong (gugudan), Uhm Hye Ran, Ahn Suk Hwan, Moon Sook, Lee Ji Won, Kim Eun Soo, Lee Do Yeob, Choi Yoon Young, Lee Hong Nae, Lee Chan Hyung, etc.

Premiere Date: November 28

Broadcast Details: Saturdays and Sundays at 10:30 p.m. KST on OCN

Based on a popular webtoon, “The Uncanny Counter” tells the story of demon-hunting “counters” who disguise themselves as employees of a noodle restaurant to find and defeat demons. The story will cover the battle between evil spirits that come down to Earth for eternal life and counters that are equipped with various abilities like psychometry and healing.


Cast: Namgoong Min, Seolhyun (AOA), Lee Chung Ah, Yoon Sun Woo, Kim Chang Wan, Kim Won Hae, Yoon Kyung Ho, Lee Shin Young, Choi Jin Ho, Kim Tae Woo, Baek Ji Won, Woo Hyun, etc.

Premiere Date: November

Broadcast Details: tvN

“Awaken” is a new murder mystery drama that follows the connections between mysterious events unfolding in the present and the secrets behind an enigmatic incident that took place in a village 28 years ago. Namgoong Min will play Do Jung Woo, the eccentric but brilliant team leader of a special task force at the National Police Agency, while Seolhyun will be playing passionate police officer Gong Hye Won. Lee Chung Ah will be starring as FBI agent Jamie.

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