Latest Korean Dramas to Air November 2021

Latest Korean Dramas to Air November 2021.

A series of big artists enliven the small screen by starring in the latest Korean drama which is scheduled to air in November 2021. There is Song Hye Kyo to the most expensive actor Kim Soo Hyun.

What dramas will be aired? Here’s the list.

1. School 2021

Are you curious about Kim Yo Han’s appearance as a vocational student? Well, if you’re curious, don’t miss Kim Yo Han’s acting at School 2021. This KBS2 drama will tell the life of a vocational high school.

The drama, starring Kim Yo Han and Cho Yi Hyun, will premiere on November 17.

2. The Red Sleeve Cuff

Colossal drama fans will have a new show. Yups, there’s The Red Sleeve Cuff, starring Lee Junho 2 PM and Lee Se Young.

This MBC drama tells the story of crown prince Lee San (Lee Junho 2 PM) who falls in love with palace maid Sung Deok Im (Lee Se Young). Lee San, who will be enthroned as king, asks Sung Deok Im to become his concubine. However, Sung Deok Im refused Lee San’s request. This royal drama romance conflict can be watched from 5 November.

3. Let Me Be Your Knight

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A tour guide named In Yoon Joo (Jung In Sun) pretends to be the doctor of idol group Luna. In Yoon Joo prescribes medicine to Luna’s chairman, Yoon Tae In (Lee Jun-Young), who suffers from sleepwalking disease.

The continuation of the story of Jung In Sun and Lee Jun Young can be watched in the SBS drama Let Me Be Your Knight starting November 7.

4. Now, We Are Breaking Up

Now, We Are Breaking Up is one of the most awaited dramas. The drama, starring Song Hye Kyo and Jang Ki Yong, is a story about love and heartbreak. Song Hye Kyo plays Ha Young Eun who is the leader of the designer team. Meanwhile, Jang Ki Yong plays Yoon Jae Kook, a freelance photographer specializing in fashion.

The SBS drama, which also stars Choi Hee Seo, Kim Joo Hun, and EXO’s Sehun, is scheduled to air on November 12.

5. Melancholia

The romance between a teacher and a math-savvy student attends a prestigious private school. Math teacher Ji Yoon So (Im Soo Jung) encourages her students to solve complex math problems.

However, there is one student, Baek Seung Yoo (Lee Do Hyun), who always gets the lowest score. Baek Seung Yoo used to often win math olympiads. He was accepted into the MIT campus at the age of 10, then disappeared two years later.

The tvN drama Melancholia is scheduled to air on November 3.

6. Happiness

The drama Happiness stars Han Hyo Joo, Park Hyung Sik, and Jo Woo Jin. Han Hyo Joo plays Yoon Sae Bom, a member of the special police team. Park Hyung Sik plays detective Jung Yi Hyun who loves Yoon Sae Bom. Meanwhile, Jo Woo Jin plays Han Tae Seok, a lieutenant who serves in the health service command and becomes a key figure who knows the cause of the outbreak.

The drama Happiness airs on tvN starting November 5.

7. Secret Royal Inspector Joy

2PM’s Ok Taecyeon plays Ra Yi Eon, a shop owner who becomes a royal secret agent thanks to his intelligence. His life has changed since he met Kim Jo Yi (Kim Hye Yoon). Kim Jo Yi is a young woman who wants to divorce her husband because of his spoiled attitude and likes to gamble. However, Kim Jo Yi’s husband does not want a divorce. Ra Yi Eon and Kim Jo Yi work together to solve the problem.

The drama Secret Royal Inspector Joy will be coming to tvN starting November 8.

8. Idols: The Coup

A less popular K-Pop group, Cotton Candy, is in danger of disbanding. The important people behind Cotton Candy include Kim Je Na (EXID’s Hani), Cha Jae Hyeok (Kwak Si Yang), and Seo Ji Han (Kim Min Kyu).

Kim Je Na has joined as a member of Cotton Candy for the past six years, Cha Jae Hyeok is the CEO of the agency that oversees Cotton Candy and Mas, and Seo Ji Han is a member of the group Mas.

Drama Idol: The Coup is scheduled to air on November 8 on JTBC.

9. Show Window

The domestic life of Han Sun Joo (Song YoonA) and Shin Myung Seob (Lee Sung Jae) is going well. They are a rich family who can raise their children well. However, there is a character Yoon Mi Ra (Jeon So Mi) who is ready to shake the happiness of their household.

10. Hellbound

The Netflix drama Hellbound depicts the supernatural phenomenon of an angel of death who appears on Earth to take human life. Jung Jin-Soo (Yoo Ah In) is the leader of the Saejinrihwe cult which is currently on the rise. Jung Jin Soo is often sought after by people due to the emergence of this strange phenomenon.

Hellbound, directed by Train to Busan, will premiere on Netflix on November 19. Besides Yoo Ah In, artists Park Jung Min, Kim Hyun Joo, Won Jin Ah, and Yang Ik June also stars in this drama.

11. One Ordinary Day

Kim Soo Hyun has officially made a comeback in the ViU and Coupang Play series, One Ordinary Day. Kim Soo Hyun plays Kim Hyun Soo, a college student whose life falls to rock bottom after being accused of murder. The only person who can help him is Shin Joong Han (Cha Seung Won), a lawyer with a bad reputation. One Ordinary Day will air starting November 27.

Those are the 11 newest Korean dramas that will air in November. Wow, all the actors are cool, right?

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