10+ New K-Dramas To Watch In November 2023

As the year gears up to come to a close, various K-dramas are now just beginning this month!

Here are some new K-dramas to check out in November:

Moon in the Day

Cast: Kim Young Dae, Pyo Ye Jin, On Joo Wan, Jung Woong In, Lee Kyung Young, Jung Shin Hye, Kim Dong Young, Moon Ye Won, Lee Joon Hyuk, etc.

Premiere Date: November 1

Broadcast Details: Wednesdays and Thursdays at 9 p.m. KST on ENA, available on Viki

“Moon in the Day” is a drama based on a webtoon that tells a chilling and heartbreaking love story that spans 1,500 years. Moving back and forth between the past and present, the drama will follow a man for whom time has stopped after being killed by his lover and a woman who has lost her memories of her past life and continues to “flow like a river.”

Watch “Moon in the Day”:

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“Daily Dose of Sunshine”

Cast: Park Bo Young, Yeon Woo Jin, Jang Dong Yoon, Lee Jung Eun, etc.

Premiere Date: November 3

Broadcast Details: all episodes released simultaneously at 4 p.m. KST on Netflix

Based on a webtoon and the real-life experiences of a psychiatric nurse, “Daily Dose of Sunshine” tells the story of nurse Jung Da Eun (Park Bo Young), who cares deeply about her patients and experiences personal and professional growth after being transferred to the psychiatric department, as she meets people with wounded hearts. Watch a teaser here!

2023 KBS Drama Special

“Anyone Anywhere” Cast: Kim Hyun Soo, Lee Min Jae, Kang Na Eon, Go Sung Min, etc.
“Dog Days of Summer” Cast: Moon Woo Jin, Park Seo Kyung, Choi Hyun Jin, Kim Ji Sung, Jung Hee Tae, Heo Dong Won, Kim Kwang Gyu, etc.
“The True Love of Madam” Cast: Park Ha Sun, Kim Joo Heon, etc.
“Love Attack” Cast: Kim Do Hoon, Chae Won Bin, etc.

Premiere Date: November 4

Broadcast Details: Saturdays on KBS2, available on Viki

For its annual Drama Special, KBS broadcasts a collection of short dramas that are one episode each and TV films. “2023 KBS Drama Special” features a total of 10 projects including eight short dramas and two TV films. The next four short dramas are set to air in November.

“Anyone Anywhere” is about perpetrators, victims, and bystanders of school violence in relation to a student’s death. “Dog Days of Summer” tells the story of 14-year-olds living through the 2002 World Cup. “The True Love of Madam” is a comedic romance about a scholar who encounters the secret affair of his wife and a male servant. “Love Attack” is a rom-com about the No. 2 ranked student who attacks the No. 1 student with confessions of love to try shaking her up.

Watch “2023 KBS Drama Special”:

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Cast: Nam Joo Hyuk, Yoo Ji Tae, Lee Joon Hyuk, Kim So Jin, etc.

Premiere Date: November 8

Broadcast Details: Wednesdays on Disney+

“Vigilante” is a webtoon-based drama that follows the story of Kim Ji Yong (Nam Joo Hyuk), an exemplary police university student who upholds the law by day but becomes a vigilante by night, taking matters into his own hands against criminals who escape justice. Check out a teaser here!

Korea-Khitan War

Cast: Kim Dong Jun, Choi Soo Jong, Ji Seung Hyun, Lee Won Jong, Lee Min Young, Kim Joon Bae, Kim Hyuk, Lee Shi Ah, Lee Jae Yong, Jo Seung Yeon, Jo Hee Bong, Joo Suk Tae, Ha Seung Ri, Lee Ji Hoon, Baek Sung Hyun, etc.

Premiere Date: November 11

Broadcast Details: Saturdays and Sundays at 9:25 p.m. KST on KBS2, available on Viki

“Korea-Khitan War” tells the story of King Hyun Jong (Kim Dong Jun), whose tolerant leadership united Goryeo to win the war against Khitan, and his political mentor and commander-in-chief of the Goryeo army Kang Gam Chan (Choi Soo Jong).

Watch “Korea-Khitan War”:

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“Secret Playlist”

Cast: Kim Hyang Gi, Shin Hyun Seung, Yeon Oh, etc.

Premiere Date: November 18

Broadcast Details: Saturdays at 12 p.m. KST on Hulu Japan and TVING

“Secret Playlist” depicts the secret romance between Song Han Ju (Kim Hyang Gi), an ordinary college student who secretly works as a music YouTuber, and Lee Do Guk (Shin Hyun Seung), a member of the popular idol group SEZ who goes by the stage name Levi.

“A Bloody Lucky Day”

Cast: Lee Sung Min, Yoo Yeon Seok, Lee Jung Eun, etc.

Premiere Date: November 20

Broadcast Details: Mondays and Tuesdays at 10:30 p.m. KST on tvN

“A Bloody Lucky Day” is a webtoon-based thriller drama about taxi driver Oh Taek (Lee Sung Min) who picks up the high-paying customer Geum Hyuk Soo (Yoo Yeon Seok) headed to Mokpo and finds out on the way that he is a serial killer.


Cast: Im Siwan, Lee Sun Bin, Lee Si Woo, Kang Hye Won, etc.

Premiere Date: November 24

Broadcast Details: Fridays at 8 p.m. KST on Coupang Play

Set in the backdrop of Buyeo Agricultural High School in Chungcheong Province in the 1980s, “Boyhood” follows the story of high school student Jang Byung Tae (Im Siwan), a loner whose only goal is to not get beat up but who becomes the most powerful kid overnight.

The Story of Park’s Marriage Contract

Cast: Lee Se Young, Bae In Hyuk, Joo Hyun Young, Yoo Seon Ho, Jo Bok Rae, Chun Ho Jin, Jin Kyung, Kim Yeo Jin, Jung Si Ah, Noh Jong Hyun, Kwon Ah Reum, Oh Yu Jin, Lee Young Jin, Son So Mang, Shin Soo Hyun, etc.

Premiere Date: November 24

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

Based on a webtoon, “The Story of Park’s Marriage Contract” is a time-slip romance drama about the contractual marriage between bachelor Kang Tae Ha (Bae In Hyuk) and Park Yeon Woo (Lee Se Young), who has traveled to modern day from 19th century Joseon.

Watch “The Story of Park’s Marriage Contract”:

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“My Demon”

Cast: Kim Yoo Jung, Song Kang, Lee Sang Yi, Kim Hae Sook, Jo Hye Joo, Kim Tae Hoon, Jo Yeon Hee, Lee Yoon Ji, Kang Seung Ho, Seo Jeong Yeon, Heo Jung Do, etc.

Premiere Date: November 24

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

“My Demon” is a fantasy rom-com about the demon-like chaebol heiress Do Do Hee (Kim Yoo Jung) who doesn’t trust anyone and the charming demon Jung Gu Won (Song Kang), who loses his powers one day, as they enter a contractual marriage. Check out a teaser here!

“Tell Me You Love Me”

Cast: Jung Woo Sung, Shin Hyun Been, Kim Ji Hyun, Lee Jae Gyun, Park Jin Joo, Oh So Hyun, etc.

Premiere Date: November 27

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

Based on an award-winning Japanese romance drama, “Tell Me You Love Me” is about Cha Jin Woo (Jung Woo Sung), a hearing-impaired person who feels freedom in his own quiet world, and Jung Mo Eun (Shin Hyun Been), an unknown actress with self-respect who proudly chases her dreams and love. Watch a teaser here!

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