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New k-dramas to watch in March 2023

Updated: Mar 31, 2023

Revenge, lawyers and unsolved mysteries seem to be the theme for March. But it's not all heavy, with the fantasy series Delivery Man and comedic Divorce Attorney Shin keeping things light at the start of the month. Things will get darker though, especially with the much-awaited second season of The Glory premiering soon.


March 1: Delivery Man

Get ready for an unforgettable ride with Delivery Man, a new 12-episode fantasy series about a taxi driver who fulfills the final wishes of ghosts.

When taxi driver Seo Young-Min (Yoon Chan-young, All Of Us Are Dead) meets Kang Ji-hyun (Girl’s Day’s Bang Min-ah, Beautiful Gong Shim), a lost ghost with no memory of her past life, they team up to chase after a serial killer and grant the wishes of other restless spirits. With the help of ER doctor Do Kyu-jin (Kim Min-suk, Lovestruck in the City), they uncover sinister events and embark on an unforgettable adventure.

Where to watch: Viu

March 4: Divorce Attorney Shin

Divorces may be nasty, but not when you have someone like Shin Sung-han (Cho Seung-woo, Stranger), a talented pianist turned lawyer specializing in divorce, helping you. Driven by a personal tragedy, he fights for his clients by any means necessary.

But with his two chaotic friends — Jang Hyeong-geun (Kim Sung-kyun, Grid) and Jo Jung-sik (Jung Moon-sung, Hospital Playlist) — there’s nothing tragic or heavy about this 16-episode series.

Where to watch: Netflix

March 6: Oasis

Set in the 1980s to 1990s, this 16-episode period drama from KBS will introduce us to three young individuals: Lee Du-hak (Jang Dong-yoon, The Tale of Nokdu), a poor but smart and compassionate high school student; his childhood friend and rival Choi Cheol-woong (Choo Yeong-woo, Police University), and the confident transfer student Oh Jung-shin (Seol In-a, Business Proposal) whom they will both fall for.

Watch them navigate their way through life, love, and friendship against the backdrop of a politically turbulent time in South Korea.

March 10: The Glory Part 2

The much-awaited part 2 of this revenge drama is finally here. Will Moon Dong-eun (Song Hye-kyo, Encounter), with the help of Joo Yeo-jeong (Lee Do-hyun, Youth of May) and Kang Hyeon-nam (Yum Hye-ran, The Uncanny Counter), succeed in the revenge she has been plotting for years?

Will the people who bullied and scarred her — popular girl Park Yeon-jin (Lim Ji-yeon), wealthy hotshot Jeon Jae-joon (Park Sung-soon, Into the Ring), druggie Lee Sa-ra (Kim Hi-eora, Bad and Crazy), social climber Choi Hye-jeong (Cha Joo-young), and thug Son Myeong-oh (Kim Gun-woo) — get the punishment they deserve? Check out our review of season 1 here.

Where to watch: Netflix

March 11: Pandora: Beneath the Paradise

Hong Tae-ra (Lee Ji-ah, Penthouse) seems to have the perfect life until she starts to remember things that were forgotten. With her ambitious husband Pyo Jae-hyun (Lee Sang-yoon, One The Woman) running for president, her life is suddenly thrust into the spotlight, but the attention only leads to the uncovering of dark secrets.

Producers promise that Hong Tae-ra's journey of self-discovery and revenge against those who orchestrated her fabricated life will be marked with shocking twists along the way. If you’re a fan of Penthouse and makjangs, then this one is for you.

Where to watch: Disney+

March 20: The Secret Romantic Guest House

Step into the intriguing world of the Yihwawon, where nothing is as it seems. Meet Yoon Dan-oh (Shin Ye-eun, The Glory), a young woman who takes on the challenge of running a guest house for scholars after her family falls on hard times.

But what starts as a boarding house venture soon turns into a thrilling 16-episode mystery as she and her three mysterious tenants — Kang San (Ryeo Un, Through the Darkness), Kim Si-yeol (Kang Hoon, Little Women) and Jeong Yoo-ha (Jung Gun-joo, Monthly Magazine Home) — uncover the truth behind a long-unsolved disappearance.

Where to watch: Viu

March 31: Joseon Attorney

Get ready for another legal-revenge drama, but this time in Joseon-era fits. This MBC drama stars Woo Do-hwan (The King: Eternal Monarch) as Kang Han-soo, a lawyer seeking revenge for his parents' death. But as the story unfolds, the unscrupulous attorney who manipulates people transforms into an able and compassionate lawyer.

The drama also features Bona (Twenty Five Twenty One) as the kind Princess Lee Yeon-joo, and VIXX’s Cha Hak-yeon (Bad and Crazy) as the righteous Judge Yoo Ji-sun.

March 31: Kill Boksoon

Fresh from her role as a kind aunt in Crash Course in Romance, Cannes favorite Jeon Do-yeon (Secret Sunshine) flexes her acting chops in the Netflix dark comedy film as the star assassin Boksoon. As if secretly carrying out murders isn’t hard enough, Boksoon also raises her teenage daughter Gil Jae-yong (Kim Si-a, Kingdom: Ashin of the North) on her own.

She needs her high-paying job at MK, South Korea’s best killer-for-hire agency, to pay for her expensive home and her daughters’ education. But at the same time, she’s on the lookout for her enemies such as Cha Min-hee (Esom, Samjin Company English Class), who may target her weakness, Jae-yong. Will she ultimately have to choose between her teen and her dangerous boss Cha Min-kyu, played by the multi-awarded actor Sol Kyung-gu (The Book of Fish)?

Where to watch: Netflix

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