Korean Drama Series, which range from zombie thrillers to emotional family dramas, are rooted in Korean culture and include high-quality storytelling. Be prepared for a bumpy trip. Although predictable stories are not typical in this genre of entertainment.
Many good and refreshing Korean dramas are premiering right now, making it hard to pick new dramas to watch, as several dramas with stellar casts and genres like melodrama, comedy, romance, action, thrillers, and many more are premiering, making it even more difficult to choose a few. So we are here with the best ongoing Korean dramas as of July 2022.
- Genres: Fantasy, Romance, Period Drama
- Episodes: 20
- Airing Period: June 18 – Aug 21, 2022
Alchemy of Souls is about the love and development of young mages as they confront their twisted fates as a result of a magic technique known as the “alchemy of souls,” which permits souls to switch bodies. It is set in a fictional nation named Daeho that does not appear on historical or physical maps. It tells the story of a skilled warrior named Nak-su, whose who switches soul with a fragile body of Mudeok in order to survive. To regain her powers she involves with Jang Wook.
- Genres: Law, Drama
- Episodes: 16
- Airing Period: June 29–Oct 12, 2022
Extraordinary Attorney Woo tells the story of a genius woman with autistic spectrum disorder who becomes a lawyer for a prominent law firm. Woo Young-Woo is a genius young woman with a 164-point IQ but also suffers from autism spectrum disorder (ASD). She remembers everything she sees, but she is socially inept and lacks empathy. Woo Young-Woo begins her legal career as a trainee at a prominent firm. She experiences prejudice and irrationality while working there. Despite the fact she suffers from ASD, she solves cases with her distinct perspective and becomes the smartest lawyer in South Korea.
- Genres: Comedy, Romance, Life
- Episodes: 14
- Airing Period: Jun 10 – Jul 22, 2022
Yumi’s Cells, which is based on the popular webtoon of the same name, depicts the story of Yumi, a regular office worker, from the perspective of the countless brain cells in her head that regulate her every thought, feeling, and action. The drama’s first season aired in the fall of 2021. Yumi grew up with Goo Woong through love and separation in the previous season, and her coworker Bobby urged her to take on a new career. Yumi and her cells are the focus of the second season, which is set on the edge of dream and love.
- Genres: Mystery, Comedy, Romance, Fantasy
- Episodes: 16
- Release Date: June 15 – Aug 4 2022
Jinxed at First is based on a webtoon of the same name and is about what happens when a poor, unlucky guy accepts his fate and meets a goddess of fortune who, despite being held away by a chaebol family, jumps out into the unknown to reverse a curse. It tells the story of Gong Soo-Gwang, who sells fish and people believe him that he brings bad luck, and Seulbi, who has the ability to glimpse into the future of whomever she touches and is a goddess of good luck.
- Genres: Mystery, Romance, Drama, Fantasy
- Episodes: 16
- Airing Period: June 6 – July 26, 2022
Eun Gye-hoon and his twin sister can feel each other’s emotions despite being thousands of miles apart, and the siblings refer to this phenomenon as a “link.” Chef Eun Gye Hoon opens a restaurant in the town where his twin sister went missing 18 years ago. One day he finds himself crying and laughing out of the blue, and it turns out that those emotions are those of a woman by the name of Noh Da Hyun.
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