K-Dramas: Must-Watch Korean Series in November 2023

K-Dramas: Must-Watch Korean Series in November 2023

Halloween is great, but it's not eternal: after October 31st comes the month of November... and its new Korean series. So, which Korean series are worth watching this time?

Halloween is great, but it's not eternal: after October 31st comes the month of November... and its new Korean series. So, which Korean series are worth watching this time?Daily Dose of Sunshine

The holiday season is far from over, and the same goes for the long list of K-dramas planned for the rest of the year. Snuggled on the couch, fans already have a substantial list of K-dramas that will surely satisfy them for quite some time. On the agenda for November: predestined romances, a crime-fighting trainee officer, a demon ready for marriage... Let's dive in!

Moon in the Day

Han Joo-oh (Kim Young-dae) is a star in Korea, but his handsome looks and fame hide a deep lack of self-confidence. During a shoot gone wrong, he is narrowly saved by a firefighter named Kang Young-hwa (Pyo Ye-jin). Her team decides to make her the actor's personal bodyguard, but he has forgotten everything upon waking up in the hospital. Now, he is possessed by the spirit of a noble seeking revenge.

*Moon in the Day* will be released on November 1, 2023, on Viki.

Daily Dose of Sunshine

A nurse does her best to ensure that patients in her psychiatric ward get their daily dose of sunshine. Of course, this won't happen without difficulties.

*Daily Dose of Sunshine* will be available on Netflix starting November 3, 2023.


Kim Ji-yong is still just a police academy student, but he already has a clear goal: to avenge the criminals who murdered his parents. By day, he wears the uniform. By night, he hides behind a mask and uses his martial arts skills to mete out justice. Unfortunately for him, this masked vigilante doesn't sit well with his superiors, who are tasked with finding him, while a journalist puts him in the spotlight in her reports.

Vigilante will be broadcast on Disney+ starting from November 8.

A Bloody Lucky Day

An endless chase, a serial killer, and a determined mother out for revenge await Oh Taek (Lee Sung-min), a simple taxi driver, when he agrees to pick up Geum Hyeok-soo (Yoo Yeon-seok). And he, who thought he was having a lucky day, will be even more surprised to discover that the mother of a victim, Hwang Soon-kyu (Lee Jung-eun), is chasing his passenger to seek vengeance.

*A Bloody Lucky Day* will be released on November 20 on Paramount+.

My Demon

Two lovebirds risk getting burned in this romance: Jung Koo-won (Song Kang) is a demon who delights in striking sweet deals with humans leading troubled lives. As for Do Do-hee (Kim Yoo-jung), she is the heiress of a large group, cold and cynical. By a twist of fate (or the author's), the demon will have to stay by Do-hee's side if he hopes to regain his powers.

*My Demon* will be released on November 24 and will consist of 16 episodes. While it is planned for Netflix catalogs in many countries, nothing has been confirmed yet.

The Story of Park’s Marriage Contract

Park Yeon-woo (Lee Se-young) won't have been married for long: on her wedding night, she tragically becomes a widow. But her hellish night is not over because a stranger appears and kidnaps her, taking her to contemporary Seoul, where she will eventually come across Kang Tae-ha (Bae In-hyuk), the perfect replica of her late husband.

*The Story of Park’s Marriage Contract* will be broadcast starting from November 24 on MBC. At the moment, no streaming platform seems to have acquired the rights to the series.

Once Upon a Boyhood

In the late 1980s, Jang Byung-tae (Yim Si-wan) is transferred to a new school. A misunderstanding gives him the reputation of being particularly skilled in combat, leading to exciting encounters.

*Once Upon a Boyhood* will be broadcast starting from November 24 on Coupang Play 

Goryeo-Khitan War

This K-drama deals with the second and third periods of the Goryeo-Khitan War, featuring King Hyeonjong of Goryeo (Kim Dong-jun). He and his chief commander, Gang Gam-chan (Choi Soo-jong), face peril as their country and people are in danger. They must unite the people of Goryeo to win the war against the Khitan.

*Goryeo-Khitan War* will be broadcast on November 11, 2023, and will have an impressive 32 episodes. For now, the K-drama is officially scheduled for the KBS2 channel. While Netflix has obtained rights for some countries.

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