Before the year ends, 7 Korean dramas have listed their titles to the list of new dramas to premiere this month.

For currently showing dramas, check out our list of 12 Upcoming Korean Dramas to Premiere in November.


Memories of the Alhambra

  • December 1
  • Starring Hyun Bin, Park Shin-hye, and more
  • The owner of an investment firm visits Granada, Spain for a business trip. When he stays at a hostel owned by a former guitarist, he gets involved in a mysterious incident.


Coffee, Do Me a Favor

Channel A
  • December 1
  • Starring Yong Jun-hyung, Kim Min-young, Chae Seo-jin, Lee Tae-ri, and more
  • “Coffee, Do Me a Favor” depicts the love story between a good-looking webtoon artist and girl who finds a magical coffee that turns her into a beautiful girl.


Drama Stage

  • December 1
  • Starring Kim Min-seok, Kim Seul-ki, and more
  • Every Saturday from December 1, tvN is airing ten one-act dramas written by the winners of O’PEN One-Act Scenario Contest. The hottest K-drama stars, including Kim Min-seok, Kim Seul-ki, and Han Seon-hwa, are to make appearances in each episode.


Less Than Evil

  • December 3
  • Starring Sin Ha-kyun, Lee Seol, Baro, and more
  • The crime thriller drama follows the psychological battle between a detective and a psychopathic murderer.


Just Dance

  • December 3
  • Starring Jang Dong-yoon, Park Se-wan, and more
  • Based on a documentary film under the same title, “Just Dance” is a coming-of-age drama centers on six high school students who aspire to win a dance sports competition.


The Sound of Your Heart Reboot Season 2

  • December 3
  • Starring Sung Hoon, Kwon Yoo-ri, and more
  • The Netflix comedy series based on popular webtoon is coming back with the second season. From the “Reboot” series, Sung Hoon is acting the main character


My Strange Hero

  • December 10
  • Starring Yoo Seung-ho, Jo Bo-ah, Kwak Dong-yeon, and more
  • Bok-su, who was falsely accused of school violence and kicked out of school, comes back to his high school as an adult to take revenge.


By Heewon Kim