Han Ji Min (Familiar Wife) and Jung Hae In (Something In The Rain) are confirmed to be dating and starts to talk about marriage in the romance drama One Spring Night. Set to air on May 22, this drama is also now confirmed to be also released in Netflix.
From the producers of highly acclaimed dramas Jumong and Hwang Jin Yi, Lee Yo Won (Queen Seon Deok) stars in Different Dreams as a surgeon with conflicting affiliations in the period drama set during the Pacific War. This drama is set to begin this 4th of May.
L (Miss Hammurabi) takes the role of an angel who is tasked to find true love for Shin Hye Sun (Still 17). Airing this May 15, Lee Dong Gun (Where Stars Land) also joins the cast.
Literally “I Loved You From The Beginning”, the romance story of Kim Young Kwak (Lookout) and Jin Ki Joo (Come and Hug Me) is not to be confused with another drama about a boss falling in love to his secretary.
Yeo Jin Goo (The Crowned Clown) and Bang Mina of Girl’s Day play as robot and master is the Korean adaptation of the Japanese manga that has already took Asia by mechanical storm.
Premiering in the last week of May, Kim Ha Neul (On The Way To The Airport) and Kam Woo Sung (Should We First Kiss) is ready to fall in love, break up and then fall in love again. Make sure you have your tissues for this melodrama romance.
A ten episode thriller drama about politics is Lee Jung Jae’s (The Thieves) comeback drama after ten years set to premiere on the 31st of May. P.S. This also stars Shin Min Ah so it’s a no brainer that everyone should watch this.
Solving their own deaths is the premise of the Park Bo Young (Strong Woman Do Bong Soon) and Ahn Hyo Seop (Still 17) starrer drama this May 6.
The drama about false religious group returns on May 8. Um Tae Goo, Cheon Ho Jin and Esom stars on the adaptation of the film ‘The Fake.’
Internet’s dark web is now the setting of the emergency call center setting drama. The newest season of Voice starring Lee Ha Na, Lee Jin Wook and Kwon Yool is returning on May 11.