This is set to be one of the best months of the year for K-drama fans! From sci-fi to historical dramas, there is something waiting for everyone. This is a list of some exciting Korean dramas coming to Netflix October 2022!
Cheer Up (October 3)
The first Korean drama being released on Netflix in October 2022 is Cheer Up. Do Hae Yi is a college student. Because of her family’s financial situation, she prioritizes money over studies. One day, Hae Yi joins Teyia, Yeonhee University’s cheerleading squad. Initially, she joins because of the money. But, while being part of the group, Do Hae Yi begins to experience the joy of campus life.
Love is for Suckers (October 5)
Gu Yeo Reum (Lee Da Hee) is a production company worker in crisis with her television projects. Her new production, “Kingdom of Love” is not going as planned. Park Jae Hun (SUPER JUNIOR’s Choi Siwon) is a doctor uninterested in work and love. To help his friend and neighbor Yeo Reum, Jae Hun decides to participate as an active member of the “Kingdom of Love” program. While working together, they unexpectedly develop romantic feelings for each other.
Bad Prosecutor (October 5)
Jin Jung (EXO’s Do Kyung Soo) is a delinquent prosecutor. He uses unconventional methods to stop corrupt officials from undermining society. This is bound to be an action packed series!
Glitch (October 6)
Hong Ji Hyo (Jeon Yeo Been) is a woman looking for her missing boyfriend. She has a steady job, a solid family background, and a boyfriend she’s been with for four years. When she and her boyfriend start thinking about marriage, he suddenly disappears. Heo Bo Ra (Nana) is an unsuccessful streamer whose content is all about mysteries. With a UFO club, Ji Hyo and Bo Ra will approach a great mystery.
Yonder (October 13)
Ja Hyun (Shin Ha Kyun) is a reporter living in agony after the death of his wife. One day he receives a strange message from Yi Hu (Han Ji Min) calling him to visit her in Yonder, a mysterious place, a line between life and death. Before deciding to take her own life, she signed a mysterious contract.
The Queen’s Umbrella (October 15)
Inside the palace are princes who causes nothing but headaches for the royal family. But there is also a queen, Im Hwa Ryeong (Kim Hye Soo), who will do anything to put her children in line, making them true royals.
May I Help You (October 19)
Butler Kim (Lee Jun Young) runs errands at a cost of 100 won. Baek Dong Joo (Girl’s Day’s Lee Hye Ri) is the director of a funeral home who grants wishes to the dead.
Curtain Call (October 23)
Ja Geum Soon (Go Doo Shim) was born in North Korea in the 1930s. During the war, she ends up fleeing to South Korea, being separated from her husband and son. While waiting for her family to return, Geum Soon creates Hotel Nakwon, a large hotel chain. Jae Heon (Kang Ha Neul) is an unknown actor who plays Moon Sung, the grandson of Geum Soon. This is a story about a lady who doesn’t have much time to live and an actor who acts as her grandson fulfilling her dying wish.
The Youngest Son of a Conglomerate (October 29)
Yoon Hyun Woo (Song Joong Ki) has been working for the Soonyang Conglomerate for over ten years. He is falsely accused of embezzlement and killed. Hyun Woo is then reborn in the body of Jin Do Joon, the youngest son of the Soonyang Conglomerate. He decides to take revenge on the family that killed him, taking over the entire company.
Looking forward to the premieres? Keep an eye out, the dramas of October 2022 promise to bring strong emotions with amazing characters.
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