Here are some of the Korean Dramas you might want to add to your April Plan-To-Watch List:
PREMIERING IN APRIL
Based on the popular webtoon of the same name, “Taxi Driver” tells the story of a mysterious taxi service that delivers vengeance on behalf of victims who are unable to get justice through the law. Lee Je Hoon will star as Kim Do Gi, a former special forces officer who works as a driver for the service, while Esom will star as passionate prosecutor Kang Ha Na, who begins to grow suspicious of both Kim Do Gi and the unusual taxi service.
“Taxi Driver” will premiere on April 9, taking over the time slot previously occupied by “The Penthouse 2.”
“Amor Fati” is a healing drama about a woman whose family is everything, and another woman whose success is everything, and the fierce battle between the two who jumped into the second act race of their lives, their moments of despair, and how they renewed their lives as they rise up again.
The first episode of “Amor Fati” will air on April 12.
“Law School” is a campus mystery that follows the story of students and professors of South Korea’s top law school who get caught up in an unusual case. The drama stars Kim Bum (Tale of the Nine-Tailed) as top student Han Joon Hwi and Ryu Hye Young as the tenacious Kang Sol A.
“Law School” will premiere on April 14.
“Sell Your Haunted House” is a new fantasy drama about a real estate agent and a con artist who team up to exorcise ghosts and evil auras from haunted properties. Jang Nara will star as Hong Ji Ah, a hot-tempered exorcist who is the boss of Daebak Real Estate, while Jung Yong Hwa (The Package) will play Oh In Bum, a con man who doesn’t believe in ghosts, but makes a living by pretending to be an exorcist.
“Sell Your Haunted House” premieres on April 14.
Based on the BBC series of the same name, “Undercover” stars Ji Jin Hee as Han Jung Hyun, a National Intelligence Service (NIS) agent who gave up everything and has been hiding his identity ever since he fell in love with his wife. When he gets caught up in an unexpected incident, he must fight to protect his family from powerful forces. Kim Hyun Joo (Watcher) will star in the drama as Han Jung Hyun’s wife Choi Yeon Soo, a human rights lawyer who is nominated to become the head of the Corruption Investigation Office for High-Ranking Officials (CIO).
“Undercover” will premiere on April 23.
“Dark Hole” is described as a “mutant survival drama” and centers on what happens to a group of survivors when humans begin to turn into mutants after breathing in mysterious smoke from a sinkhole. Kim Ok Bin (Arthdal Chronicles) stars as Lee Hwa Sun, a police detective in a Seoul regional investigation unit who comes to the town of Mu Ji to track down her husband’s killer. Lee Joon Hyuk stars as Yoo Tae Han, a tow truck driver and a native of Mu Ji with a strong sense of justice.
The drama would premiere on April 24.
ENDING IN APRIL
The Penthouse 2: A suspense revenge drama about twisted desires that cannot be fulfilled where real estate and education are No.1. A story about the solidarity and revenge of women who had no choice but to become evil for the sake of their children. (Last episode: April 2)
Sisyphus: The Myth: A fantasy mystery drama about the journey of Han Tae-seul, a genius engineer who tries to discover the existence of a hidden life in our world, and the Savior Kang Seo-hae, who has made a long and dangerous journey for him. (Last episode: April 8)
Hello, Me!: A fantasy, coming-of-age, romantic comedy drama about a 37 year-old main character meeting his 17 year-old self. (Last episode: April 8)
Beyond Evil: A story of two men who break down the law and principals to catch a serial killer. (Last episode: April 10)
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CURRENTLY AIRING IN APRIL
Mouse: The drama begins with the question, ‘If you can screen psychopaths from the mother’s womb through fetal genetic testing, and if the child in your belly is a psychopath, will you give birth to that child?’.
Oh My Ladylord: This is a rom-com about a thriller drama writer named Han Bi Soo and a rom-com actress named Oh Joo In who begin living together after Han Bi Soo becomes Oh Joo In’s tenant.
Navillera: A drama about the growth of Deok-cheol, who started ballet at the age of seventy, and Chae-rok, a ballerino wandering in front of his 23-year-old dream.
Vincenzo: The drama is about a mafia consigliere who comes to Korea from Italy due to conflicts within the organization, gets linked with a veteran evil lawyer and embodies justice in a villain’s way, advocating a social comedy genre.
River Where the Moon Rises: This drama is a story of Pyeong-kang who uses On-dal’s heart in dreams of becoming supreme king and the mournful love story of On-dal, who only makes foolish sacrifices.
Synopsis Source : Soompi /Hancinema
What Korean dramas are you looking forward to watch in April?
FANGIRL CLANG PICKS:
- Law School (I like Kim Bum)
- Sell Your Haunted House ( I like Jang Na Ra)
Currently Watching: Mouse, Vincenzo