K-Drama Released in October, 2021

K-Drama Released in October, 2021

Saying Adieu to summer, autumn took its foot and walked to our doors. From food to cloths to weather to exciting festivals, there are tons of things that are happening in this autumn.

While enjoying the mild heat and preparing for winter there are launch of new Korean series wating to be added in your selves. So, we have brought to you the list of this year’s October-premier series to enjoy the season of fall:

6. The King’s Affection

Starring: Park Eun-bin, Rowoon, Nam Yoon-su, Choi Byung-chan, Bae Yoon-kyung, and Jung Chae-yeon
Genre: Historical, Romance and Fiction
Based on: Yeonmo by Lee So-young
Total number episodes: 20
Airs on: Monday and Tuesday
Running time: 70 minutes
Available on: KBS2 and Netflix
Release on: 11th October, 2021
PG Rating: +15
Synopsis: Due to belief in having twin as a bad omen during Joseon Dynasty, twin daughter of Crown Princess consort was sent to be murdered while the twin son a was accepted in family. However, the mother managed to save and hide her daughter’s existence until the death of her son at young age. To hide her son’s death, the princess consort brought her daughter back disguised as the son and was eventually crowned as prince. However, the fear of being caught force her to distance herself from everyone but couldn’t help herself falls in love with her teacher.

5. Reflection Of You

Starring: Go Hyun-jung, Shin Hyun-been, Choi Won-young and Kim Sang-ho
Genre: Drama
Based on: Someone Who Looks Like You
by Jung So-hyeon
Total number episodes: 16
Airs on: Wednesday and Tuesday
Running time: 70 minutes
Available on: JTBC and Netflix
Release on: 13th October,2021
PG Rating: +15
Synopsis: A woman name Jeong Hee-joo who grew up poor, somehow struggled fiercely to become now a successful painter, mother of two sons and wife of the successor of a hospital. However, despite of her perfect lifestyle, she finds her life meaningless and meets a woman who is also a painter struggling through her poverty reminding Hee-joo of her past reflection.

4. My Name

Starring: Han So-hee, Park Hee-soon and Ahn Bo-hyun
Genre: Action, thriller and crime
Total number episodes: 8
Airs on: Friday
Running time: 55 minutes
Available on: Netflix
Release on: 15th October,2021
PG Rating: +18
Synopsis: filled with rage of her father’s murder, Yoon Ji-woo join hands with a gang and go undercover as a police officer name Oh Hye-jin to find and take revenge from the person responsible for her father’s death.

3. Work later, Drink now

Starring: Lee Sun-bin, Han Sun-hwa, Jeong Eun-ji, and Choi Si-won
Genre: Drama
Based on: Drinker City Women by Mikkang
Total number episodes: 12
Airs on: Friday
Running time: 40 minutes
Available on: TVING
Released on: 22nd October, 2021
PG Rating: +15
Synopsis: Three single working women, a broadcasting director, yoga instructor and youtuber, in their mid-30s firmly believes on their motto “life is all about drink after work”. Everyday after work they meet and drink with each other to grab a break from life of personal and professional.

2. Mount Jiri

Starring: starring Jun Ji-hyun and Ju Ji-hoon
Genre: Thriller and action
Total number episodes: 16
Airs on: Saturday and Sunday
Running time: 70 minutes
Available on: iQIYI tvN and Viki
Release on: 23 rd October, 2021
PG Rating: +15
Synopsis: tracker and other visitors often visit a mountain called Jiri. While some visits are solely for fun, there are people who visit to kill someone or themselves in the mysterious part of the Mountain. The story is about the workers and rangers of Jirisan National Park who tries to find the lost tracker and visitors who come to kill.

1. Inspector Koo

Starring: Lee Young-ae, Kim Hye-jun, Kwak Sun-young, Kim Hae-sook and Lee Hong-nae
Genre: Action, Thriller, Comedy
Total number episodes: 12
Airs on: Saturday and Sunday
Running time: 70 minutes
Available on: JTBC and Netflix
Release date: 30th October 2021
PG Rating: +15
Synopsis: Koo Kyung Yi is a woman in her mid-40s, a retired police officer and insurance investigator, addicted to alcohol and video games and barely live her house after her husband’s accidental death. While trying to solve cold cases as a thrill, she discovers a female college student who is a serial killer who hides her crimes making it seem like an accident.

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