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Korean Dramas We Have Watched So Far – March 2018

Korean Dramas We Have Watched So Far  –  March 2018

Now that we are well into March, there has been a lot of new Korean dramas that has been released. However, not all of them are worth watching despite the hype, below are a list of some of the KDramas that have been worth the hype, and that you should definitely check out :

 

Korean Dramas We Have Watched So Far – March 2018

 

1. Grand Prince

Genre : Romance, Historical,  Melodrama, Political

First Episode Release Date : March 3, 2018

Number of Episodes :  20 ( 60 minutes per episode)

Network : CBC

 

Blurb :

 

Centered around one woman who gets caught up in a bloody romance with two princes. This drama tells the story of a man who would kill even his younger brother to have the object of his love, the woman who wants to keep the world at a distance, and the intense desires and pure feelings that they experience. Bromance between the royal brothers intertwines with both love and hate. There is afierce rivalry among the women of the royalty in claiming the ultimate position of queen.


The young woman, named Sung Ja Hyun, is beloved by all and is the daughter of a prestigious government official. She’s so famous for her beauty that she has prospective suitors lined up from all over the country vying for her hand. She’s inherited her scholarly father’s personality; she possesses a strong sense of compassion and righteousness, and tackles things with passion.

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Korean Dramas We Have Watched So Far – March 2018

 

2. Radio Romance 

Genre : Romance, Business, Comedy

First Episode Release Date : January 29, 2018

Number of Episodes :  16 ( 60 minutes per episode)

Network : KBS 2

 

Blurb :

 

The drama is a love story between a top star who becomes a DJ and the radio program’s writer, and it deals with healing people’s wounded hearts through the radio show. Yoon Doo-joon has been cast to play a top actor who can’t speak a single word unless it’s been scripted for him. He’s a childish character who becomes a DJ for a live radio show, which never goes according to script.The story begins with him being trapped in a radio booth with the heroine for two hours during a live broadcast.


Kim So-hyun is the radio show’s writer, with five years’ experience on the job. She deals with guests who don’t show up, appeases the immature star DJ, and takes all the crap from the production company, all with incredible endurance, planning, and action. Her trademark is her perseverance and endless optimism, and she can sleep anywhere no matter how small or uncomfortable the space. She’s the type of character to throw herself into action rather than debate whether something is possible.

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Korean Dramas We Have Watched So Far – March 2018

 

3. The Great Seducer 

Genre : Romance, Melodrama

First Episode Release Date : March 12, 2018

Number of Episodes :  32 (30 minutes per episode)

Network : MBC

Blurb : 

 

Kwon Shi Hyun, Choi Soo Ji, and Lee Se Joo are a collection of messy ties, all from backgrounds of privilege and wealth. Kwon Shi Hyun and Choi Soo Ji are best friends and she is the current object of his affections. Soo Ji is very possessive of Shi Hyun, who has asked her to marry him to spite their parents, who will be marrying each other soon…

Seeing an opportunity forrevenge against the man who snubbed her, Soo Ji makes a proposition to Shi Hyun who is an expert at seduction to the point that it’s something of a hobby. If Shi Hyun can get Eun Tae Hee, the first love of a man who snubbed her and a notoriously cold-shouldered girl who thinks being swayed by love is pathetic, to fall in love with him so he can break her heart – she’ll agree to marry him. Shi Hyun, wholly confident in his ability to play the game, accepts.


But when these games of seduction and revenge turn into something real, everyone involved finds themselves drawn into something far more serious than they had ever anticipated.

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Korean Dramas We Have Watched So Far – March 2018

 

4. Mother (Korean Drama) 

Genre : Drama, Thriller

First Episode Release Date : January 24, 2018

Number of Episodes :  16 (60 minutes per episode)

Network : TVN

Blurb : 

 

This drama is remake of the 2010 Japanese NTV drama series “Mother“. It is about a temporary teacher at an elementary school realizes that one of her students is being abused at home by her family. She makes an impulsive decision to kidnap the child and attempts to become her mother.

Hye Na, young girl, is abused by her mother Ja Young. Although she is not okay, she tells other people she is alright. However, Soo Jin, a temporary teacher at Hye Na’s elementary school, becomes aware of her situation and impulsive decision to kidnap and become her mother.

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Korean Dramas We Have Watched So Far – March 2018

 

5. Cross 

Genre : Medical, Revenge, Thriller

First Episode Release Date : January 29, 2018

Number of Episodes :  16 (60 minutes per episode)

Network : TVN

 

Blurb :

 

This drama is about a gifted young man learns medicine out of a desire to avenge his father who was brutally murdered fifteen years ago.

Kang In Kyu‘s father was brutally murdered 15 years ago. To take revenge on those who are responsible for his father’s death, he becomes a doctor. He volunteers at a prison medical office where the murdered is imprisoned.

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