January 2024 is a thrilling month for K-Drama fans. It offers romance, thrillers, and comedies. Heartwarming love stories, suspenseful dramas, and delightful comedies await. Whether you’re a seasoned fan or new, these K-Dramas promise captivating storytelling. Get ready for an exciting January 2024 in the world of K-Dramas.
Marry My Husband (Amazon Prime Video, tvN, January 1)
Park Min-Young stars as Kang Ji-Won in Marry My Husband, an office worker who, after being killed by her cheating husband, wakes up 10 years in the past to seek revenge. Na In-Woo co-stars as Yoo Ji-Hyeok, adding a romantic twist to the plot.
Love Song for Illusion (KBS2, January 2)
Adapted from a popular webtoon, showcases the versatility of Park Ji-Hoon, who takes on dual roles. He plays both Crown Prince Sajo Hyun, who conceals his royal identity to pursue a career in fashion design … And Ak-hee, a man cursed with a painful touch. The drama also stars Hong Ye-ji as Yeon Wol, a woman on a mission to avenge her father’s wrongful execution. This sets the stage for a tale of love, revenge, and hidden identities.
Death’s Game Part 2 (TVING, January 5)
The series continues with Choi Yee-Jae, portrayed by Seo In-Guk, who finds himself reliving the final moments of people who meet untimely deaths. This part of the webtoon adaptation delves deeper into the character’s psyche and his complex relationship with Death, played by Park So-Dam.
Gyeongseong Creature Part 2 (Netflix, January 5)
Part 2 resumes with Park Seo-Joon and Han So-Hee facing off in an intense struggle against a mysterious creature. This Netflix series combines elements of action, horror, and historical drama, promising a thrilling continuation of its high-stakes storyline.
Knight Flower (MBC, January 12)
Knight Flower transports viewers to the Joseon era … Where Lee Hanee plays Jo Yeon-Hwa, a widow leading a double life as a vigilante. Her meetings with senior officer Park Soo-Ho, played by Lee Jong-Won. This leads her to consider a future filled with hope and new beginnings.
A Shop for Killers (Disney+, January 17)
A new offering from Disney+, this series features Lee Dong-Wook as Jung Jin-Man, the owner of a unique shopping centre that deals in weapons. His character’s journey intertwines with his niece, played by Kim Hye-Jun.
The Bequeathed (Netflix, January 19)
The Bequeathed, a Netflix horror-thriller series from director Yeon Sang-Ho. It stars Kim Hyun-Joo as Yoon Seo-Ha, who inherits a mysterious rural cemetery. The series promises to be a gripping tale of suspense and mystery, as detective Choi Sung-Soon, played by Park Hee-Soon, investigates the eerie occurrences at the cemetery.
LTNS (TVING, January 19)
An inventive black comedy from indie filmmakers Jeon Go-Woon and Lim Dae-Hyung, features Esom and Ahn Jae-Hong as a married couple struggling with a lackluster sex life. Their decision to engage in blackmail adds a darkly humorous twist to their story, exploring themes of love, desperation, and morality.
Captivating the King (January 21)
Captivating the King stars Jo Jung-suk as Prince Lee In, a man caught between his duty and his heart. His complex relationship with his brother, King Lee Sun, and his love interest, Kang Hee-Soo, played by Shin Se-Kyung, weaves a tale of romance, betrayal, and political intrigue.
Without Blood or Tears (KBS2, January 22)
Without Blood or Tears presents a heart-wrenching story of two sisters, Lee Hye-Won and Bae Do-Eun, portrayed by Lee So-Yeon and Ha Yeon-Joo, who reunite after two decades of separation. Their contrasting lives and ambitions set the stage for a narrative filled with drama, ambition, and the complexities of family relationships.
FlexxCop (SBS, January 26)
This SBS series brings Ahn Bo-Hyun back to the screen as Jin Yi-Soo, a chaebol heir turned detective. His partnership with Lee Gang-Hyun, played by Park Ji-Hyun, combines action and comedy, as they use unconventional methods to fight crime.
Doctor Slump (JTBC, January 27)
This highly anticipated series pairs Park Shin-Hye and Park Hyung-Sik as former medical students whose paths cross again under challenging circumstances. Their journey of rediscovery and healing promises to be both touching and inspiring.
Queen of Divorce (JTBC, January 31)
Lastly, this series features Lee Ji-Ah as Kim Sa-Ra, a formidable divorce lawyer known as the Queen of Divorce. Her partnership with Dong Ki-Joon, portrayed by Kang Ki-Young, in their pursuit of justice in the world of divorce law.
January 2024 promises a diverse lineup of K-dramas, ranging from romances to exciting action series. The new year promises something for every K-drama fans.
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