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8 Korean Dramas You Shouldn’t Miss This Month

This March will welcome the return of ‘bad girl’ Han So Hee, Park Hyung Sik, Lee Min Ho and some other cult actors in works that are expected to ‘make a splash’ on the small screen. . The following is a list of films that will be released to audiences this March:

1. Crazy Love

After finishing his role in Her Private Life, Kim Jae-wook returned to the Korean screen after 3 years as Noh Go-jin, a top math teacher in Korea, and he is also a CEO. Handsome, cold and talented.

Crazy Love is about a man who has to pretend to have amnesia after being warned that he will be murdered. The female lead Krystal plays Lee Jiyoung, secretary of Noh Go Jin – A quiet, introverted person and responsible for work. Two opposing personalities gradually realize what they have in common and are attracted to each other.

2. Kill Heel

It was originally expected that Kill Heel would be shown at the end of February, but the film will not be released until early March. Kill Heel revolves around the story of three ambitious women, always striving to become powerful in the commercial field. The film has the participation of talented actors including Kim Ha Neul, Lee Hye Young and Kim Sung Ryung.

3. A Superior Day

A Superior Day is based on the popular webtoon of the same name about a firefighter with 24 hours to rescue his kidnapped daughter. Jin Goo as Lee Ho-Cheol after receiving news that his neighbor is actually a serial killer, in order to save his daughter, he must kill that murderer. This movie also marks the return of Jin Goo – who contributed to the success of the blockbuster Descendants of the Sun. Along with that is actor Lee Won-keun as the killer, Ha Do-kwon as the stranger.

4. The King of Pigs

The film revolves around the painful problem of school violence in Korea. Kim Dong-wook (You Are My Spring) and Kim Sung-kyu (One Ordinary Day) knew each other at school. They meet again after 20 years due to a series of mysterious murders. This mystery makes them recall painful memories of school bullying in the past.

5. Why Her

After You Are My Spring, Seo Hyun-jin returns to the screen as Oh Soo-jae, a young and talented lawyer of the law firm TK. Her life is disrupted when she is fired from her job and forced to take a job as a teaching assistant at a local law school. There, she meets warm-hearted student Gong Chan (Hwang In-yeop, True Beauty), who gets her into a lot of trouble. However, the pair grow closer as Soo-jae struggles to get back to her job as a lawyer.

6. Soundtrack #1

Soundtrack #1 is a musical drama about Han Sun Woo and Lee Eun Soo’s close friendship lasting up to 20 years. After 2 weeks of moving in together, they realized that their love for each other is beyond friendship. The film marks the first collaboration between Park Hyung Sik and Han So Hee. The film will be broadcast on Disney+ this March.

7. Pachinko

Pachinko is based on a novel of the same name that tells the story of a Korean immigrant family spanning four generations in Korea, Japan, and the United States. They faced prejudice and racism during their time here. Lee Min Jin is a Korean-American writer who has lived in Tokyo, Japan for four years since 2007 and specializes in writing about Koreans in Japan. The cast includes Academy Award-winning Youn Yuh-jung (Minari), Lee Min-ho (Legend of the Blue Sea), Jin Ha (Devs) and newcomer Kim Min-ha.

8. Tomorrow

After The King’s Affection, SF9’s Rowoon will take on the role in the new MBC drama Tomorrow. Rowoon plays Choi Joon-woong, a student born into a prestigious family who graduated from a top school in Korea but is having trouble finding a job. The story revolves around a group of mysterious people whose mission is to help and save the lives of people who are contemplating suicide. The movie adapted from the webtoon of the same name with the participation of Kim Hee Sun and Yoon Ji On will be released in the near future.

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