The Ultimate K-Drama Binge List for February 2024

February 2024 is set to thrill K-drama fans with a lineup with comedies, fake wedding plots, and dark mysteries. Here’s a sneak peek at what’s coming to your screens:

Branding in Seongsu (U+mobiletv, February 5)

K-Drama Binge List for February 2024: Branding in Seongsu

U+mobiletv’s original Branding in Seongsu stars Kim Ji-Eun and Lomon in a tale of career ambition and unexpected romance. Kim Ji-Eun plays Kang Na-Eon, the youngest marketing team leader in her field, sacrificing personal relationships for her career.

Lomon portrays So Eun-Ho, a carefree soul who becomes the oldest intern at Na-Eon’s company, navigating the corporate world. Their lives and perceptions face a challenge when an unexpected kiss triggers a magical body swap.

A Killer Paradox (Netflix, February 9)

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Netflix’s A Killer Paradox stars Choi Woo-Sik as Lee Tang, a university student whose life descends into chaos following a deadly altercation. Convinced he’s destroyed his life, Tang learns his victim was a serial killer, launching him on a dark quest for justice and self-discovery. Son Suk-Ku and Lee Hee-Joon join the cast, adding layers of mystery and determination to the unfolding drama.

Wedding Impossible (tvN, February 26)

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Put Wedding Impossible on your K-drama binge list

Starring Jun Jong-Seo and Kim Do-Wan, Wedding Impossible combines humour and heart in a story about Na A-Jeong, a background actress who finds herself in a bizarre situation.

To help a friend, she agrees to pose as the fiancée of Lee Do-Han, a chaebol heir with a secret that prevents him from marrying. Complications arise when Do-Han’s brother attempts to derail their plans, leading to unexpected alliances.

The Impossible Heir (Disney+, February 28)

The Impossible Heir follows Kang In-Ha (Lee Jun-Young) as he transitions from poverty to power after discovering his true heritage. Alongside his childhood friend Han Tae-Ok (Lee Jae-Wook), In-Ha navigates the treacherous waters of family politics and corporate warfare, determined to claim his rightful place.

Pyramid Game (Tving, February 29)

Adapted from a popular webtoon, Pyramid Game stars Bona as Sung Soo-Ji, a new student at Baekyeon Girls’ High School. She quickly learns of the school’s cruel social hierarchy through the Pyramid Game, where popularity dictates one’s fate. Soo-ji’s struggle against bullying and her quest to dismantle the game promises a compelling tale of resilience and rebellion.

Set for February, these K-dramas offer a blend of weekly releases and binge-worthy series, promising a month of unforgettable storytelling.

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