6 new South Korean dramas to air in 2022

After the critical success of squid games during the pandemic, people around the world have started to gravitate toward the rich, complicated, and interesting world of K-dramas. With many different genres and brilliant stories, Korean dramas are all the rage.

If you’re in love with K-dramas and looking for new ones to stream this year, here are some of the best ones you need to add to the list ASAP.

1. ‘Cha-Cha-Cha Hometown’

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Watch K-Dramas for Romance? Don’t worry, this beautiful seaside story about unlikely lovers will have you laughing, crying and gasping in surprise. With incredibly lovable characters and a wholesome small-town vibe, Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha talks about love of different kinds. And it will keep you hooked.

2. “We’re All Dead”

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If you watched and liked Train to Busan and are an avid follower of zombie movies, this Netflix series will make you very happy. With great production value and intriguing stories around the characters, we are all dead brings a wonderfully rich coming-of-age horror series. With only 12 episodes, it’s also a relatively fast watch.

3. “Twenty five twenty one”

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I loved Nam Joo Hyuk in Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok-joo and start? You will love her character from this romantic comedy series as well as. Based on a couple who meet and then break up, only to meet and fall in love again, this story is perfect for anyone who loves soft romances and lovable couples.

4. “Tomorrow”

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Love a supernatural tinge to your dramas? This upcoming K-drama will make you fall in love with the characters and the story. If you liked watching The strange meter released in 2020, you will also love the premise of this series. It is also a web-based series that touches on the paranormal.

5. “Pachinko”

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Released in March, this series has already made waves in the K-drama-loving community. According to a novel, Pachinko is all about drama without the added suspense of thrillers. Based on the lives of Korean immigrants, the highly anticipated series takes the protagonists around the world. If you like Lee Min Ho, you will enjoy Pachinko very.

6. “Foresee love and weather”

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I still can’t get over perfection of feel-good dramas to like What’s Wrong With Secretary Kim and His private life? Do not worry. Park Min Young, the “romantic comedy queen” is back with another romantic comedy series that will be based on the intersection of love and office work.

While there are plenty of amazing new K-dramas to air in 2022, be sure to watch some of the classics before venturing into the world of South Korean dramas. From super dramatic to sweet and wholesome, there’s a whole range of performances waiting for you!

If you like K-dramas, let us know which one is your favorite in the comments below.

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