13 April K-Drama Premieres To Get Excited About

Several dramas with diverse genres and star-studded casts are gearing up to premiere this month!

Here’s what to anticipate in April:


Cast: Kim Hee Sun, Rowoon (SF9), Lee Soo Hyuk, Kim Hae Sook, Yoon Ji On, Moon Seo Yoon, Kim Nu Ri, etc.

Premiere Date: April 1

Broadcast Details: Fridays and Saturdays at 9:50 p.m. KST on MBC

Based on the hit webtoon of the same name, “Tomorrow” is a fantasy drama starring Rowoon as Choi Joon Woong, who gets into an unfortunate accident while struggling to find a job. As a result, he crosses paths with grim reapers Goo Ryun (Kim Hee Sun) and Lim Ryoong Goo (Yoon Ji On), who work together to save the lives of those who are contemplating suicide, and he winds up joining their team in the underworld as their youngest member. Watch a teaser here!

“Hyun Jae Is Beautiful”

Cast: Yoon Shi Yoon, Bae Da Bin, Oh Min Seok, Shin Dong Mi, Seo Bum June, Choi Ye Bin, Park In Hwan, Park Sang Won, Kim Hye Ok, Ban Hyo Jung, Park Ji Young, Byun Woo Min, Kim Kang Min, Sunwoo Yong Nyeo, Jung Heung Chae, etc.

Premiere Date: April 2

Broadcast Details: Saturdays and Sundays at 8 p.m. KST on KBS2

“Hyun Jae Is Beautiful” is a weekend drama about the three Lee brothers who grew up as part of a generation that avoids dating and marriage. Their parents and grandfather scheme to get them married off by offering their valuable apartment to the brother who can bring home a spouse first. Oh Min Seok plays the eldest Lee brother and dentist Lee Yoon Jae, Yoon Shi Yoon stars as middle Lee brother Lee Hyun Jae who is a successful divorce lawyer, and Seo Bum June plays the youngest brother Lee Soo Jae.

“Green Mothers’ Club”

Cast: Lee Yo Won, Chu Ja Hyun, Kim Kyu Ri, Jang Hye Jin, Joo Min Kyung, Yoon Kyung Ho, Choi Jae Rim, Im Soo Hyung, Roy Choi, Choi Duk Moon, Oh Hee Joon, Park Ye Rin, etc.

Premiere Date: April 6

Broadcast Details: Wednesdays and Thursdays at 10:30 p.m. KST on JTBC

“Green Mothers’ Club” is about the dangerous relationships between parents at a local elementary school—and the hidden dark side of this seemingly friendly community. Lee Yo Won, Chu Ja Hyun, Kim Kyu Ri, Jang Hye Jin, and Joo Min Kyung star as five very different mothers who belong to the same parents association at the school. Watch a teaser here!

Again My Life

Cast: Lee Joon Gi, Lee Kyung Young, Kim Ji Eun, Jung Sang Hoon, Choi Kwang Il, Kim Jae Kyung, Hong Bi Ra, Park Chul Min, Kim Hee Jung, Kim Hyung Muk, Hyun Woo Sung, Kim Jin Woo, Lee Soon Jae, etc.

Premiere Date: April 8

Broadcast Details: Fridays and Saturdays at 10 p.m. KST on SBS

“Again My Life” is a drama about a young prosecutor who gets a second chance at justice after failing to bring down a powerful person. Lee Joon Gi stars as Kim Hee Woo, who was unjustly killed while investigating a corrupt politician but unexpectedly gets a second chance at life. Kim Ji Eun stars as Kim Hee Ah, a genius and the youngest daughter of Cheonha Group’s CEO.

Watch a teaser below:

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“Our Blues”

Cast: Lee Byung Hun, Shin Min Ah, Cha Seung Won, Lee Jung Eun, Han Ji Min, Kim Woo Bin, Kim Hye Ja, Go Doo Shim, Uhm Jung Hwa, Park Ji Hwan, Choi Young Joon, Bae Hyun Sung, Noh Yoon Seo, Ki So You, etc.

Premiere Date: April 9

Broadcast Details: Saturdays and Sundays at 9:10 p.m. KST on tvN

“Our Blues” is an omnibus-style drama set in Jeju Island that tells the sweet, sour, and bitter life stories of a diverse array of characters. The drama includes the love stories of Lee Dong Suk (Lee Byung Hun) and Min Sun Ah (Shin Min Ah), Lee Young Ok (Han Ji Min) and Park Jung Joon (Kim Woo Bin), Choi Han Soo (Cha Seung Won) and Jung Eun Hee (Lee Jung Eun), and more. “Our Blues” is written by Noh Hee Kyung of critically acclaimed dramas such as “That Winter, The Wind Blows,” “It’s Okay, That’s Love,” “Dear My Friends,” and “Live.” Watch a teaser here!

“My Liberation Notes”

Cast: Lee Min Ki, Kim Ji Won, Son Seok Gu, Lee El, Lee Ki Woo, etc.

Premiere Date: April 9

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

“My Liberation Notes” is about three siblings who want to escape their stifling lives and what happens when a mysterious outsider named Mr. Gu (Son Seok Gu) arrives in their small town. Lee El plays the eldest sibling Yeom Ki Jung who is exhausted with her life being consumed by her commute to and from Seoul. Lee Min Ki stars as middle sibling Yeom Chang Hee who has no dreams or ambition, and Kim Ji Won plays the youngest Yeom Mi Jung who decides to make a change in order to liberate herself from her dreary and monochrome life. Watch a teaser here!

The Secret House

Cast: Seo Ha Joon, Lee Young Eun, Jung Heon, Kang Byul, Lee Seung Yeon, Jang Hang Sun, Bang Eun Hee, Yoon Ah Jung, Ahn Yong Joon, etc.

Premiere Date: April 11

Broadcast Details: Weekdays at 7:05 p.m. KST on MBC

“The Secret House” is a revenge drama in which a lawyer who is chasing traces of his missing mother walks into the secret surrounding him in order to fight the world. Seo Ha Joon plays Woo Ji Hwan, a lawyer who has a secret he needs to hide in front of his family’s misfortune. Lee Young Eun is Woo Ji Hwan’s first love and surgeon Baek Joo Hong. Jung Heon transforms into Nam Tae Hyung, a conceited prosecutor who has perfect life conditions such as money, skills, and family.

“Ourachacha My Life”

Cast: Nam Sang Ji, Yang Byung Yeol, Lee Si Kang, Cha Min Jee, Sun Woo Jae Duk, Park Hae Mi, Lee Han Wi, Kim Hee Jung, Lee Dae Yeon, Im Chae Won, Jo Mi Ryung, Kim Do Kyung, etc.

Premiere Date: April 11

Broadcast Details: Weekdays at 8:30 p.m. KST on KBS1

“Ourachacha My Life” tells the story of Seo Dong Hee (Nam Sang Ji), a high schooler who ends up becoming her nephew’s mother and dreams of becoming a successful designer. Yang Byung Yeol takes on the role of second-generation chaebeol Kang Cha Yeol. Cha Min Ji plays Baek Seung Joo who has a crush on Kang Cha Yeol, and Lee Si Kang stars as Kang Cha Yeol’s cousin Kang Sung Wook.

“Love All Play”

Cast: Park Ju Hyun, Chae Jong Hyeop, Park Ji Hyun, Kim Moo Joon, Seo Ji Hye, Lee Chae Min, Bin Chan Uk, Jeon Hye Won, Jo Soo Hyang, In Gyo Jin, Jo Han Chul, Kwon So Hyun, Park Doo Shik, Sung Ki Yoon, etc.

Premiere Date: April 20

Broadcast Details: Wednesdays and Thursdays at 9:50 p.m. KST on KBS2

“Love All Play” is a sports romance drama about a man and a woman who play mixed doubles on a badminton works team. Park Ju Hyun plays Park Tae Yang, a former aspiring Olympian who had to quit badminton due to a certain incident although the sport means the world to her. Three years later, she chases her dream once again. Chae Jong Hyeop takes on the role of Park Tae Joon, who simply sees badminton as his job. When he meets Park Tae Yang, he starts to change as both a badminton player and as a person.

“Sh**ting Stars”

Cast: Lee Sung Kyung, Kim Young Dae, Yoon Jong Hoon, Kim Yoon Hye, Sojin (Girl’s Day), Lee Jung Shin (CNBLUE), etc.

Premiere Date: April 22

Broadcast Details: Fridays and Saturdays at 10:40 p.m. KST on tvN

“Sh**ting Stars” is a romantic comedy about the people who work behind the scenes in the entertainment industry cleaning up the messes created by the stars. The drama depicts the realistic story of people who stand behind the celebrities and shed blood, sweat, and tears to make them shine like stars in the sky. Lee Sung Kyung will star as Oh Han Byul, the head of the PR team at an entertainment agency, while Kim Young Dae will play her nemesis, the A-list star Gong Tae Sung who is also a troublemaker.

Watch a teaser below:

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“From Now On, Showtime!”

Cast: Park Hae Jin, Jin Ki Joo, Jung Joon Ho, Jung Suk Yong, Go Kyu Pil, Kim Hee Jae, Park Seo Yeon, Jang Ha Eun, Kim Jong Hoon, Cha Mi Kyung, Choi Moo In, Lee Eun Kyul, etc.

Premiere Date: April 23

Broadcast Details: Saturdays and Sundays at 8:40 p.m. KST on MBC

“From Now On, Showtime!” is a comedy mystery drama about a famous and charismatic magician named Cha Cha Woong (Park Hae Jin), who can summon ghosts, and a passionate police constable named Go Seul Hae (Jin Ki Joo), who has supernatural powers. Jung Joon Ho plays Choi Geom, a god who has been protecting Cha Cha Woong’s family for generations. Jung Suk Yong, Go Kyu Pil, and Park Seo Yeon play three ghosts employed by Cha Cha Woong. Kim Hee Jae plays the youngest police constable Lee Yong Ryeol, and Jang Ha Eun plays Ye Ji, a young mudang (shamaness).

Watch a teaser below:

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“The Killer’s Shopping List”

Cast: Lee Kwang Soo, Seolhyun (AOA), Jin Hee Kyung, Shin Sung Woo, Jo Ah Ram, etc.

Premiere Date: April 27

Broadcast Details: Wednesdays and Thursdays at 10:30 p.m. KST on tvN

Based on a novel, “The Killer’s Shopping List” is a comedy-mystery thriller about an ordinary neighborhood on the outskirts of Seoul. When a mysterious body is found in the vicinity of an apartment building, a supermarket receipt becomes a key piece of evidence that kicks off an entertaining hunt for the killer. Lee Kwang Soo plays Ahn Dae Sung who was once considered a genius with impressive memorization skills until an incident that took place at his mom’s market when he was 10 years old. Seolhyun stars as Ahn Dae Sung’s girlfriend Do Ah Hee, a passionate police officer who has only had eyes for him from a very young age. Watch a teaser here!


Cast: Goo Kyo Hwan, Shin Hyun Been, Kim Ji Young, Park Ho San, Kwak Dong Yeon, Nam Da Reum, Park So Yi, etc.

Premiere Date: April 29

Broadcast Details: TVING

“Monstrous” is about the people who are lured in by a curse from “that thing” that shouldn’t have come out into the world and tells the story of archaeologists who chase after monstrous cases that have never been heard of. As a village gets swept up in disaster with the discovery of a mysterious possessed statue of the Buddha, the confusion from the people who face the strange terror and the process of chasing after it will deliver great suspense. Goo Kyo Hwan plays eccentric archaeologist Jung Ki Hoon, while Shin Hyun Been stars as the genius pattern cryptanalyst Lee Soo Jin. Watch a teaser here!

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