February 2022 K-Dramas To Watch: “Twenty Five Twenty One”, “Forecasting Love And Weather”, Grid & More

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Aligning to the vibe next month, romance stories dominate February 2022 K-Dramas!

Seasoned and well-loved actors are also making their drama returns including Son Ye Jin, Park Hae Joon, Kim Hye Soo and Kim Ha Neul.

What’s Currently Airing and Ending This Month?

Bulgasal: Immortal Souls | Finale on February 6

Connected fates, backfired curses and revenge goals sum up the story direction of this series starring Lee Jin Wook, Lee Joon, Kwon Nara, Gong Seung Yeon and Kim Woo Seok.

The One and Only | Finale on February 10

Proving life is sometimes unfair, three women Pyo In-sook (Ahn Eun Jin), Kang Se-yeon (Kang Ye Won), and Sung Mi-do (Park Sooyoung/Red Velvet Joy) – receive death notices when their respective lives are not progressing the way they hope it would be.

They meet at Morning Light, a hospice for dying people, and become roommates. When In-sook learned of the problematic man causing trouble to her grandmother, she rushes back to their house.

Artificial City | Finale on February 10

Highlighting the story of things that lose their value when greed and power come into play, the series stars Soo Ae and Kim Kang Woo.

Rookie Cops | Premiered On January 26

A group of young people with different motivations in entering Korea’s police university highlights Rookie Cops. Kang Daniel, Chae Soo Bin, Park Yoo Na and Lee Shin Young banner the lead cast.

Moonshine | Finale on February 15

In the backdrop of the Joseon era, a bustling and treacherous town full of conniving people deprived of alcohol engage in the secret business trade of alcohol. Lee Hyeri, Yoo Seung Ho and Byeon Woo Seok star in this delightful period series.

February 2022 K-Dramas

Ghost Doctor | Finale on February 22

Propelling unique bromance each week since its premiere, Ghost Doctor spins the story of a genius surgeon currently in limbo. He ends up possessing another surgeon’s body who is incapable of doing operations.

Tracer | Finale on February 22

  • Streaming Site: Wavve

Narrating an exhilarating chase action series, Tracer is a drama depicting the fifth division of National Tax Service. The team traces money hidden from the tax service. Hence the bureau is even deemed to be scarier than a judge for some people.

Im Si Wan plays the role of Hwang Dong-ju, the head of division 5 of the National Tax Service. Rounding up the lead cast are Go Ah Sung, Son Hyun Joo and Park Yong Woo.

Through The Darkness | Finale on March 05

Featuring a highly-intuitive hero, the new Friday-Saturday series of SBS provided a subtle, nonetheless gravitating police procedural series. To run a dozen episodes, it seems to go for different cases to be tackled by South Korea’s first profiler and Behavior Analysis Unit.

Through The Darkness

February 2022 K-Dramas

Twenty Five Twenty One | February 12 | tvN

  • Streaming Site: Netflix

Twenty Five Twenty One traces stories of young romance and friendship in the backdrop of the turbulent East Asian Financial Crisis in 1998. The series gives a wistful tap to nostalgic memories from the perspectives of five young people who thought they would never be apart.

Forecasting Love and Weather | February 12 | JTBC

  • Streaming Site: Netflix

Forecasting Love and Weather chronicles love and office stories of people working at the Korea Meteorological Administration (KMA).

Grid | February 16 | Disney+

  • Streaming Site: Disney +

First unveiled at the Disney+ APAC content showcase, Grid is billed as a mystery chase thriller between a bureaucrat and a detective who uncovers the truth about a cryptic system that can save mankind from an impending crisis.

Thirty, Nine | February 16 | JTBC

  • Streaming Site: Netflix

JTBC’s new midweek drama Thirty, Nine preps to explore real human romance drama. Correspondingly, it aims to delve into a deep story of friendship, love, and life among three friends who are about to turn forty.

I Haven’t Done My Best Yet | February 18 | TVING

  • Streaming Site: TVING

Notching his drama comeback, Park Hae Joon stars in this comedy web series. Based on a Japanese comic book of the same name, the story traverses the life of a man in his 40’s. Despite his keen determination to become a cartoonist, he has no countermeasures for lying in bed every day. Yet, he has an optimistic and easygoing personality.

Business Proposal | February 21 | SBS

  • Streaming Site: Netflix

Based on a webtoon, Business Proposal follows the story of an office employee who goes on a blind date with her company’s CEO while pretending to be her rich best friend.

Kill Heel | February 23

  • Streaming Site: Viu

Starring Kim Ha Neul, Kim Sung Ryung and Lee Hye Young; the women-powered series chronicles stories of women surviving the fierce home shopping world competition. As hosts of home shopping shows, they thrive and vie for power and success with their varied personalities and skills.

Juvenile Justice | February 25

  • Streaming Site: Netflix

Juvenile Justice deals with a judge who especially dislikes juvenile delinquents, but later realizes the troubles that children face in society and how society is limiting them to not become better.

Military Inspector Doberman | February 28

  • Streaming Site: TBA

Ahn Bo Hyun, Jo Bo Ah, Oh Yeon Soo, Kim Young Min, and Kim Woo Suk are set to star in the upcoming courtroom drama about military prosecutors.

Directed by Jin Chang Gyu and written by Yoon Hyun Ho, the series narrates the story of two military prosecutors who pursued their careers for different reasons: one for money and the other one for revenge. 

“Military Inspector Doberman” Tenders Uncanny Posters Featuring Ahn Bo Hyun & Jo Bo Ah

February 2022 Korean Dramas: “Twenty Five Twenty One”, “Forecasting Love And Weather”, “Grid”, “Thirty, Nine”, “Business Proposal” & More

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