We still have more than a month left of this year, but it’s never too early to get excited about this spectacular drama lineup! There are more than 20 announced titles for next year already and here, we’ve listed some of the most anticipated ones.
Starring Ju Ji-hoon, Bae Doona, and more
Netflix’ upcoming Korean drama series, “Kingdom” is the first-ever Korean “historical zombie” drama. Many are eagerly waiting to see how the two realms meet in the drama.
Masquerade (working title)
Starring Yeo Jin-goo, Lee Se-young, and more
The drama adaptation of “Masquerade” (2012), a historical period film starring Lee Byung-heon. Yeo Jin-goo will act the dual roles of King Lee Heon and the clown who looks identical to the king.
Starring Song Joong-ki, Jang Dong-gun, Kim Ok-vin, Kim Ji-won, and more
The drama revolves around the power struggles, love, and growth of the ancient city of Asadal, the capital of Korean foundation Gojoseon. The cast line-up is great enough to make all the drama fans excited.
Prometheus: War of Fire
Starring Lee Ki-hong, Jin Goo, Park Ki-woong, and more
The spy action thriller drama called much attention by announcing the cast members that include the Hollywood actor Ki Hong Lee.
Starring Lee Seung-gi, Bae Suzy, and more
“Vagabond” is about an ordinary man who gets involved in a plane crash investigation and begins to dig up information on the country’s corruption.
Starring Park Bo-young and more
The queen of romantic comedy is back with a new title. Park Bo-young is to act an attractive prosecutor’s role who revives with a totally different appearance.
Touch Your Heart
Starring Lee Dong-wook, Yoo In-na, and more
Lee Dong-wook and Yoo In-na of drama “Guardian” are reuniting as the leading couple! Lee Dong-wook stars as a lawyer and Yoo In-na is to act the role as an actress who gets involved in a scandal.
Romance Supplement (working title)
Starring Lee Na-young, Lee Jong-suk, and more
Produced by Lee Jeong-hyo of “Life on Mars” and written by Jeong Hyun-jeong of “I Need Romance” series and “Discovery of Love,” the upcoming drama marks the comeback of Lee Na-young for the first time in 9 years.
The drama remake of box office hit comedy “Miss Granny” (2014) has been confirmed to premiere in 2019.
So I Married an Anti-fan
Starring Choi Tae-joon, Choi Soo-young, Hwang Chan-sung, and more
Based on the Korean novel which was adapted into a Chinese film, the drama depicts the relationship between a top actor and his anti-fan reporter as the two ends up living together.
By Heewon Kim