10 Best New Korean Dramas of 2022 (So Far)

Due to the pandemic and recent boom in the OTT world, digital content is not bound by any language and culture. People from all over the world are watching different types of content and relating with them. The rise of K-Dramas and their immense popularity is just an example of that. The craze for Korean dramas has taken the world by storm. Are you also looking for new K-dramas to watch? This list of the best new Korean dramas of 2022 is exactly what you need. These are available in a range of places, from Amazon Prime to Netflix. You can make your day by binge-watching these, today! Enjoy!

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1. Bloody Heart
Lee Joon, Kang Han-na, Jang Hyuk, Park Ji-Yeon, Heo Sung-Tae, Choi Ri, and Ha Do-kwon appear in the ongoing South Korean television series Bloody Heart. It first aired on KBS2 on May 2, 2022, and is broadcast every Monday and Tuesday at 21:30. (KST). In some regions, it’s also accessible to watch on Disney+.

2. All of Us Are Dead
All of Us Are Dead is a South Korean zombie apocalypse horror streaming television series about a group of teenagers. Yoon Chan-young, Cho Yi-hyun, Lomon, Yoo In-soo, Lee Yoo-mi, Kim Byung-chul, Lee Kyu-hyung, and Park Ji-hu star in the film. The majority of the series takes place at a high school in South Korea when a zombie apocalypse strikes and threatens the pupils’ lives. It’s based on Joo Dong-Naver Geun’s webtoon Now at Our School, which ran between 2009 and 2011.

3. Thirty Nine
Son Ye-jin, Jeon Mi-do, and Kim Ji-Hyun star in the South Korean television series Thirty-Nine, which premiered in 2022 and was directed by Kim Sang-ho. This series follows the lives, friendships, romances, and loves of three friends who are approaching their forties. It started on JTBC on February 16, 2022, and ran for 12 episodes on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 22:30 (KST). Netflix has it accessible for streaming. The series’ final episode received the highest national ratings of 8.1 percent. In addition, as of April 3, it had been in the Global Top 10 weekly list of the most-watched foreign Netflix TV series for four weeks.

4. Business Proposal 
Business Proposal is a South Korean romantic comedy television series based on HaeHwa’s webtoon of the same name, which he wrote and illustrated. It stars Ahn Hyo-Seop, Kim Se-Jeong, Kim Min-kyu, and Seol In-ah and is directed by Park Seon-ho and written by Han Seol-hee and Hong Bo-hee. It follows Shin Ha-ri, an employee who agrees to go on a blind date in place of a friend, only to discover that her date is her boss. From February 28 to April 5, 2022, the series broadcast on SBS TV every Monday and Tuesday at 22:00 (KST). In some places, it’s also accessible to watch on Netflix.

5. Juvenile Justice
Juvenile Justice is a South Korean streaming television series set to premiere in 2022. It stars Kim Hye-soo, Kim Mu-yeol, and Lee Sung-min and is directed by Hong Jong-chan. On February 25, 2022, Netflix premiered the series, which follows the narrative of a judge who is notorious for her disdain of kids being appointed as a judge of a juvenile court. Make sure to check it out, after all, it is one of the best Korean dramas of 2022.

6. Tomorrow
Tomorrow is a South Korean television series starring Kim Hee-sun, Rowoon, Lee Soo-hyuk, and Yoon Ji-on and directed by Kim Tae-yoon and Sung Chi-wook. The series is based on a Naver webtoon that was released in 2017 and is about grim reapers that guide the dead to save those who want to die. It began on MBC TV on April 1, 2022, and 16 episodes were broadcast every Friday and Saturday at 21:50 (KST). Netflix also has it available for viewing.

7. Our Blues
Lee Byung-hun, Shin Min-a, Cha Seung-won, Lee Jung-eun, Uhm Jung-Hwa, Han Ji-min, and Kim Woo-bin appear in the ongoing South Korean television series Our Blues. The series explores the sweet and bitter lives of people who are at the end, climax, or beginning of their lives in an omnibus format set against the backdrop of Jeju Island. It debuted on tvN on April 9, 2022, and it airs every Saturday and Sunday at 21:10 a.m. (KST). In some places, it’s also accessible to watch on Netflix.

8. My Liberation Notes
My Liberation Notes is about three siblings (Lee Min-ki, Kim Ji-won, and Lee El) and a mysterious stranger (Son Seok-Koo) who desire to get out of their rut. It premiered on April 9, 2022, on JTBC, and airs every Saturday and Sunday at 22:30. (KST).

9. The Sound of Magic
The Sound of Magic is a South Korean streaming television series that premiered in 2022 and is based on Ha Il-Naver Kwon’s webtoon Annarasumanara. Ji Chang-Wook, Choi Sung-eun, and Hwang In-youp feature in this film directed by Kim Seong-Yoon and written by Kim Min-Jeong. It relates the narrative of a mysterious magician named Lee Eul who appears in front of Yoon Ah-Yi, a girl who has lost her dream, and Na Il-deung, a guy who is forced to dream. Netflix exclusively broadcast the series on May 6, 2022.

10. Twenty Five Twenty One
Twenty-Five Twenty-One is a South Korean television series directed by Jung Ji-Hyun that premiered in 2022 and stars Kim Tae-ri, Nam Joo-hyuk, Bona, Choi Hyun-Wook, and Lee Joo-Myung. From the year 1998 until 2021, the series chronicles the romantic lives of five characters. It started on tvN on February 12, 2022, and ran for 16 episodes on Saturdays and Sundays at 21:10 (KST). Netflix has it accessible for streaming. The show was a commercial success, and it went on to become one of the most popular Korean dramas in cable television history.

This was our list of the best Korean dramas of 2022, do you agree with our list. Or do you think we could have added something else? Let us know in the comments!

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