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New k-dramas premiering in March 2024

Updated: Mar 27

K-dramaland is heating up in March with a widening array of exciting new titles. From gripping mysteries and romantic comedies to fantastical adventures and emotional dramas, this month's premieres offer something for every viewer.


March 1: My Name is Loh Kiwan

This highly anticipated film features Song Joong-ki (Reborn Rich) in what promises to be a memorable role as the titular Loh Kiwan, a defector from North Korea, who meets troubled Marie (Choi Sung-eun, The Sound of Magic) in Belgium. Their chance encounter leads to a story of love and hope against the backdrop of Kiwan's quest for refugee status.

Where to watch: Netflix​​

March 1: Wonderful World

Eun Soo-hyun (Kim Nam-joo, Misty), a respected psychology professor and author, is devastated by the loss of her son and becomes determined to seek justice on her own terms. The story intensifies as she encounters Kwon Sun-yool (Cha Eun-woo, True Beauty), a disenchanted rich family dropout harboring his own dark secrets. Their paths intersect in a story about vengeance, redemption, and the complex nature of human emotions.

Where to watch: Disney+​​.

March 9: Queen of Tears

Two of South Korea's top actors — Kim Soo-hyun (One Ordinary Day) and Kim Ji-won (Lovestruck in the City) — lead this romantic drama about the power couple at the helm of the Queens Group. He's the self-made legal director of the conglomerate, while she's the daughter of the family that owns it. The series delves into the lives of this married couple as they navigate personal and professional crises.

Where to watch: Netflix​​

March 11: The Midnight Studio / Nightly Photo Studio

A unique blend of horror, supernatural elements, and romance, this 16-episode drama revolves around Seo Ki-joo (Joo Won, Good Doctor), the owner of a photo studio that caters exclusively to ghosts. Alongside lawyer Han Bom (Kwon Nara, Itaewon Class), they delve into the unresolved grievances of their spectral clients, uncovering mysteries and healing scars along the way.

Where to watch: ENA​​

March 15: Chicken Nugget

Based on a Naver webtoon, this quirky fantasy comedy revolves around the bizarre incident of Choi Min-ah (Kim Yoo-jung, Love in the Moonlight) turning into a chicken nugget — yes, you read that right — and her father's (Ryu Seung-ryong, Moving) desperate quest to restore her humanity with the help of an intern (Ahn Jae-hong, LTNS).

Where to watch: Netflix​​

March 18: Nothing Uncovered / Let Me Grab You By The Collar

Seo Jung-won (Kim Ha-neul, Kill Heel), a celebrated journalist, faces the ultimate test when she becomes entangled in a murder investigation as the prime suspect. The twist? The victim is her husband's mistress. Teaming up with detective Kim Tae-hoen (Yeon Woo-jin), Jung-won embarks on a quest to uncover the truth, challenging the very foundations of justice and morality.

Where to watch: KBS2​​

March 29: The Escape of the Seven: Resurrection

The sequel to the mystery-thriller drama continues to unravel the complex web of lies, revenge, and intrigue surrounding a group of seven individuals. As they delve deeper into the disappearance of a young girl, their stories intersect in unpredictable ways, challenging their morals and revealing hidden truths.

Where to watch: Viu


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