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K-Dramas You Can Not Miss in November

K-Dramas You Can Not Miss in November

By camilaforero

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Throughout this year we have been able to see that the success of Korean movies and series has grown a lot, we have seen a lot of K-dramas that we have enjoyed a lot and that shows us that the Hallyu culture is very present nowadays. In the month of October we had from historical dramas to love stories -in case you want to check the October updates on series on Netflix you can check the previous link.- Let’s now see the K-dramas that arrive in the month of November:

The Fabolous 

This new Korean series stars SHINee’s Minho, who will play Ji Woo-min, a freelance photo editor, who is quite skilled at his job but not too interested in it. The story will show us what it’s like to work in South Korea’s cut-throat fashion industry, as well as the friendships, hardships, and romances that take place there.

We will also meet a luxury brand PR manager named Pyo Ji-eun, played by I’m Not A Robot’s Chae Soo-bin, who has always had a dream of working in this industry. We find that this duo, Woo-bin and Ji-eun form a romantic relationship, which will present a challenge in their work environment. 

Premiere:

The Fabulous, November 4 on Netflix.

Call Me Agent!

This series is based on the French comedy series of the same name, which follows the story of famous managers who work at an entertainment agency run by Tae-oh, played by Lee Seo-jin. Employees include team leader Kim Jung-don, played by Flower of Evil’s Seo Hyun-woo, followed by Hospital Playlist’s Kwak Sun-young, who plays Chun Jae-in and Joo Hyun-young of Extraordinary Attorney Woo, who will play the character of So Hyun-joo, who are the managers.

In the plot we find that the four agents prove to be competent in their work, avoiding and solving crises, among other problems that are created by the agency’s celebrities. It is also worth mentioning that the series will have a large number of celebrity cameos, including Parasite’s Cho Yeo-jeong and Claudia Kim, who will play themselves.

Premiere:

Call Me Agent!, November 7 on tvN, and available to stream on Netflix in selected regions too.

Revenge of Others

In this series we will have the story of a high school student named Chan-mi and played by Shin Ye-eun, who is mourning the loss of her twin brother. She was a member of the school’s shooting team, beginning to train her skills again to take revenge while investigating the death of her brother. In the process she meets Ji Soo-heon, played by Solomon Park, he avenges the death of victims, and when Chan-mi is close to the truth, Soo-heon tries to convince her to take it back before it’s too late.

Premiere:

Revenge of Others, November 9 on Disney+.

Somebody

A new thriller series starring On Your Wedding Day’s Kim Young-kwang and rookie Kang Hae-lim. Sum, who is played by Hae-lim, is a socially awkward developer for the social connecting app Somebody, who also becomes involved in police investigations when a serial killer started using the app to meet and brutally murder victims. On the app, she meets Yoon-o, played by Young-kwang, who is an architect hiding a dark and dangerous secret, yet they develop a romantic bond.

Premiere:

Somebody, November 18 on Netflix.

Reborn Rich

Adapting the webtoon The Youngest Son of a Conglomerate, Reborn Rich follows the story of Yoon Hyun-woo, played by Vincenzo’s Song Joong-ki, who is betrayed and killed by Do-joon, the youngest son of the wealthy Sunyang family, whom he has served all his life, however, he is resurrected in Do-joon’s body to begin plotting his revenge in order to bring down the family from within. The series stars Lee Sung-min, Hospital Playlist’s Shin Hyun-been, Sungkyunkwan Scandal’s Kim Tae-hee, and Girls’ Generation’s Tiffany Young.

Premiere:

Reborn Rich, November 18 on JTBC every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday and also available to stream on Viu.

Please Send a Fan Letter

This series tells the story of an actress named Han Kang-hee played by Girls’ Generation’s Sooyoung, while Bang Jung-seok, played by Yoon Park, who is a single father with a daughter who is sick and wishes to receive a letter from her favourite actress, Han Kang-hee. Jung-seok forges a letter from the actress in order to grant her daughter’s wish, however, the letter triggers a crisis in Kang-hee’s career with catastrophic confusion that leads her to meet Jung-seok and his daughter. 

Premiere:

Please Send a Fan Letter, November 26 on MBC TV.

Unlock The Boss

A sci-fi series based on the webtoon Unlock The Boss, tells the story of Park In-sung, played by Chae Jong-hyeop, an unemployed young man who picks up a mysterious smartphone that can speak and command him. After the death of Sun-joo, played by Park Sung-woong, a brilliant CEO, his soul ends up inside the phone, thus, the two begin to investigate the death of the CEO. Jeong Se-yeon, played by Seo Eun-soo, is a robot-like assistant who also supports the investigation.

Premiere: 

Unlock The Boss, November 30 on Viki.

I Don’t Feel Like Doing Anything

Another series inspired by the webtoon I Don’t Feel Like Doing Anything, tells the story of Lee Yeo-reum, played by AOA’s Seolhyun, who struggles to cope with the death of her mother after being abandoned by her lover, deciding moving to a quiet town, there he meets Ahn Dae-beom, played by Im Si-wan, who works at the local library; they begin to feel a connection as they each deal with their own lives.

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