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New Korean Dramas Airing in 2021

By Eskanisa R

25 January 2021

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If you’re still watching Korean dramas, better known as K-dramas in this 2021, there’s a good news for you. Several Korean television channels announced schedule for their most-anticipated upcoming dramas you’ll definitely have to watch.

1. Hello? It’s Me!
Ready to replace the Cheat on Me if You Can slot on KBS2, Hello? It’s Me! Adapted Fantastic Girl novel which is scheduled to air in February. This tells story about Ban Ha-ni (Choi Kang-hee), a 37-year-old woman who met her younger self when she was 17.
 
17-year-old Ha-ni encourages 37-year-old Ha-ni to live her life well through challenging work and love issues. Ha-ni meets Han Yoo-hyun (Kim Young-kwang), a wealthy young man from chaebol (conglomerate) class who can do anything he wants with all money he has. Will Ha-ni’s life ever change?

2. She Would Never Know
This romantic drama also adapted popular webtoon, “Sunbae, Don’t Put that Lipstick”. She Would Never Know will be available on VIU and Netflix tells story about Yoo Song-ah and Chae Hyung-seung.
 
Both are working as marketing in cosmetic company. As team-mate, they spending plenty time together at the office and even after work until they falling in love. This drama has 16 episodes and 60 minutes duration (per episode). Do they love happen by chance or fate?

3. Marriage Lyrics, Divorce Composition
Number of popular names including Park Joo-mi, Lee Ga-ryeong, and Jeon Su-kyeong make this drama worth to binge watch. Tells story about three women with different ages in the same condition, keep struggling in life.
 
Three of them working in radio station. Hye-ryeong, a 30-year-old woman works as radio DJ been married for three years with Sa-hyun (Sung Hoon) a decent judge and still have no intention to have children. Even she has no children, she trying so much to maintain a work-life and relationship balance.
 
Sa Pi-young, a 40-year-old woman works as a radio producer, married with caring husband Shin Yoo-shin (Lee Tae-kon), but still has some issues with their love and daily life issues. Last woman in her 50s, Lee Shi-eun still has difficulty taking care of her children and husband. How did they deal with all problems?
 
 
 
 

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