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LIST: 8 K-dramas to look forward to in March 2023

By Mica Rodriguez Published Mar 08, 2023 8:30 am Updated Mar 09, 2023 11:01 am

Are you a K-drama fan?

There's always time for K-drama, and thanks to the brilliant minds of its producers and showrunners, you have more to add to your watch list in March.

A good variety of shows is in store for you this month. Whether you're looking for a series that could tickle your funny bone or one that would make your heart flutter, there's something in this K-drama list that could get you hooked up to its finale. Read on for a compilation of Korean shows you can look forward to this March.

Delivery Man

Status: Now streaming on Viu
Starring: Yoon Chan-young, Bang Min-ah, and Kim Min-seok

Delivery Man is a comedy series made even more thrilling with fantasy and supernatural elements. It follows the story of Seo-Young-Min, a taxi driver who lives independently. For some reason, he starts taking in ghosts as his regular passengers and helps them make their wishes come true with the help of an ER doctor and another ghost. Are you ready for a different kind of road trip?

Divorce Attorney Shin

Status: Now streaming on Netflix
Starring: Cho Seung-woo, Han Hye-jin, Kim Sung-kyun, and Jung Moon-sung

Based on the webtoon Shinsunghan, Yihon, this K-drama tackles the interesting story of Shin Sung-Han, a piano major who works as a professor at a prestigious music university in Germany. He would be faced with an intriguing situation that would make him decide to go back to South Korea and pursue a career as a divorce lawyer. Juicy details will be revealed as the show progresses.


Status: Now streaming on Viki and Wavve
Starring: Jang Dong-yoon, Seol In-ah, and Choo Young-woo

Oasis is a historical romance drama set between the 1980s and 1990s. It tackles the youth of three people intertwined by their dreams, love, and relationships.

The Glory (Part 2)

Status: Streaming on March 10 on Netflix
Starring: Song Hye-kyo, Lee Do-hyun, Lim Ji-yeon, Yeom Hye-ran, Park Sung-hoon, and Jung Sung-il

Song Hye Kyo is back with a vengeance! If you were in "gigil" mode when you watched the first part of The Glory, the second part will surely make your blood boil and keep you on the edge of your seat. The first season discussed the long-term effects of bullying on its victims. Viewers of the next part of this show can’t wait to see how the victim executes her revenge against her high school tormentors, particularly their self-absorbed leader.

Pandora: Beneath the Paradise

Status: Streaming on March 11 on Disney+
Starring: Lee Ji-ah, Lee Sang-yoon, Jang Hee-jin, Park Ki-woong, and Bong Tae-gyu

What happens when one day, you suddenly have no recollections of your past? Hong Tae-Ra is living the perfect family life with her husband Pyo Jae-hyun and their daughter. When she finally regains her memory, she finds herself in a challenging situation. Now she wants to take revenge on those who did her wrong in the past by becoming the most powerful woman in South Korea.

The Secret Romantic Guest House

Status: Premiering on March 20 on SBS TV
Starring: Shin Ye-eun, Ryeoun, Kang Hoon, and Jung Gun-joo

The story revolves around a place called "Guest Summer Place," where boarders with interesting personalities unite and discover what happened to an individual named Lee Seol who suddenly disappeared 13 years ago.

Joseon Lawyer

Status: Premiering on March 31 on MBC
Starring: Woo Do-hwan, Bona, and Cha Hak-yeon

Set during the Joseon period, a foreign branch (lawyer) takes revenge on the enemy who killed his parents through trial. In the process, he becomes a reliable lawyer.

Duty After School

Status: Premiering on March 31 on TVING
Starring: Shin Hyun-Soo, Lee Soon-Won, Lim Se-Mi, and Kim Ki-Hae

Based on the webtoon Banggwa Hoo Jeonjaenghwaldong by Ha Il-Kwon, Duty After School is a story about students who were supposed to review for their entrance exams but end up fighting against aliens instead. Sounds interesting, doesn't it?