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New k-dramas to watch in November 2023

Updated: Nov 5, 2023

A fresh batch of k-dramas is set to land on our small screens this November, offering contract marriages, time travel, thrillers and more to keep us all glued. Which ones are you planning to stream?


November 1: Moon in the Day

Kickstarting the month on a romantic note, Moon in the Day unfolds a complicated romantic comedy saga. Kim Young-dae (Sh**ting Stars) stars as Han Joon-o, a top celebrity who is saved from an accident by firefighter Kang Young-hwa, played by Pyo Ye-jin (Taxi Driver). The problem starts when he wakes up possessed by the vengeful spirit of a nobleman killed by his wife, who happens to look like Kang Young-hwa.

Where to watch: You can catch the premiere on ENA or Viu, or catch it later on Netflix​​.

November 3: Daily Dose of Sunshine

The adorable Park Bo-young (Strong Girl Do Bong-Soon) will bring sunshine to this heartwarming drama that aims to shed light on mental health issues. She stars as Jung Da-eun, a nurse navigating the challenges of working in a psychiatric ward.

Where to watch: Netflix

November 8: Vigilante

Justice takes a new form in this series, where the protagonist (Nam Joo-hyuk, Twenty-Five, Twenty-One), after witnessing his mother's murder, enrolls in a police university to ensure justice prevails. By day, he's a model student, but by night, he turns into a vigilante.

Where to watch: Disney+​

November 11: Goryeo-Khitan War

For the history aficionados, Goryeo-Khitan War is a massive 32-episode saga depicting the dramatic wartime events. King Hyeonjong (ZE:A's Kim Dong-joon, Joseon Exorcist) of Goryeo and his commander-in-chief unite the people of Goryeo to fight against the Khitan people.

Where to watch: KBS2

November 20: A Bloody Lucky Day

Suspense rides high in A Bloody Lucky Day as an ordinary taxi driver, played by Lee Sung-min (Reborn Rich), finds his life take a terrifying turn after unknowingly giving a ride to a serial killer, played by Yoo Yeon-sook (Hospital Playlist).

November 24: My Demon

We love a good contract marriage story — especially when it's between a demon-like chaebol heiress, Do Do-hee (Kim Yoo-jung, Love in the Moonlight), and an actual demon, Jung Gu-won (Song Kang, Navillera), who loses his powers but not his devastating charms.

Where to watch: Netflix

November 24: The Story of Park’s Marriage Contract

Lee Se-young (The Red Sleeve) returns to a Joseon era, partly, in this time-travel romance. The Story of Park’s Marriage Contract will see her character, Park Yeon-woo, travel 200 years into modern-day Seoul, where she will somehow end up in a contractual marriage with bachelor Kang Tae-ha (Bae In-hyuk, Cheer Up)

Where to watch: Viu

November 24: Boyhood

Im Si-wan (Unlocked) transforms into a high school student in this Coupang Play series set in 1989. He plays Jang Byeong-tae, a bullied kid who transfers to a new school, where a case of mistaken identity creates a whirlwind of events.


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