November 2019 Korean Drama Releases: “Chief Of Staff 2”, “Psychopath Diary”, “Chocolate” & More
Prepare for the strong finishing kicks of 2019 Korean dramas!
Loaded with top caliber actors, November 2019 Korean Dramas add an interesting race to the currently airing roster of series. What’s more notable is how the selection features creatively woven plot.
Powered by esteemed actors such as Lee Jung Jae and Yoon Kye Sang, the holiday season will be really special. Adding to that, top-tier actress Ha Ji Won is set for their small screen comebacks.
Note: Hellokpop drama team does not cover daily dramas, weekly family dramas and some dramas due to unavailability of video resources.
2019 Korean Drama Lineup
Here is the roster of currently airing 2019 Korean dramas.
Tale of Nokdu (KBS2)
Flower Crew: Joseon Marriage Agency (jTBC)
Catch the Ghost (tvN)
When the Camellia Blooms (KBS2)
Extraordinary You (MBC)
Secret Boutique (SBS)
The Running Mates: Human Rights (OCN)
Miss Lee (tvN)
My Country (jTBC)
Melting Me Softly (tvN)
The Lies Within (OCN)
Now, here are the latest stories to anticipate in November 2019 Korean Dramas.
Chief of Staff 2
Returning for its second season, Lee Jung Jae and Shin Min Ah set forth to showcase how scary the world of politics is. It raises the sad reality that it is impossible for a single person to cleanse the system as there is big network of powerful people controlling things. Tae Joon’s motivation is to change the system, but the bigger question is what if the power corrupts him.
Ending in many open-ended questions, will Tae Joon redeem himself and change the system or ends up getting intoxicated with his newly assigned powers?
Chief of Staff 2 premieres on November 11 via jTBC.
Top-billed by Yoon Shi Yoon, Jung In Sun and Park Sung Hoon, the upcoming drama tells the story of a man who witness the crime of a serial-killer. While running away from the murder scene, he met an accident, and wakes up without a memory and recollection of the killing that he saw.
Rounding up the main cast are actors Jung In Sun and Park Sung Hoon. Adding to the anticipation is its creative team spearheaded by Director Lee Jong Jae (100 Days My Prince) and writer Ryu Yong Jae (Liar Game).
It is scheduled for airing on November 20 via tvN.
Love with Flaws
A prickly woman who detests handsome guys and a man obsess with his beautiful appearance spin the story of People With Flaws. Ahn Jae Hyun and Oh Yeon Seo will mark their small screen comebacks since dramas A Korean Odyssey and The Beauty Inside respectively.
Suiting up as a vibrant Physical Education teacher Joo Seo Yeon, Oh Yeon Soo goals another display of character that is full of vigor. Growing up to a household with good-looking brothers, she developed annoyance to flower boys. Meanwhile, Ahn Jae Hyun takes the role of Lee Kang Woo, an epitome of sky-high arrogance. Even with his flawless visual appearance, his narcissism knows no bounds. Deep inside though, he struggles on a traumatic past.
Rounding up the cast are Kim Seul Gi, Gu Won and Heo Jung Min who will add bright tones to the story. The actors are known for their smart comic timing. Sitting on the director’s chair is Oh Jin Suk with Ahn Sin Yu penning the script under AStory production company. AStory is behind famed Korean dramas Kingdom 1 & 2, My First First Love and 100 Days My Prince to name a few.
Love With Flaws is set to premiere on November 27 via MBC.
Cable network jTBC sealed the deal with well-loved actors Yoon Kye Sang and Ha Ji Won for its new romance series Chocolate.
Set in contemporary world, Yoon will suit up for the role of a recluse neurosurgeon. Meanwhile, Ha takes her first chef role who is full of warmth. In a hospice ward, the two cross paths, inevitably drawing a love melody.
Yoon’s character sketch is a smart and perfectionist doctor. He grew up in a seaside village, and once dreamt of becoming a chef. Also returning from a quick small screen hiatus, Ha Ji Won nicks her first chef role as Moon Cha Young. Brimming with positive outlook, her new role radiates sunny disposition, but she does not tolerate injustice.
Chocolate reunites director Lee Hyung Min and writer Lee Kyung Hee, who teamed up for lauded melodrama I’m Sorry, I Love You in 2004. In addition, Director Lee scored recent drama favorites, The Miracle We Met and Strong Woman Do Bong Soon. Likewise, Writer Lee created acclaimed tearjerkers — Uncontrollably Fond, Thank You and A Love To Kill.
Chocolate begins its sweet ride on November 29.
Nov 4 *Crash Landing on You moved to December airing date
Nov 13 *Stove League moved to December airing date
Nov 30 *Woman of 9.9 Billion moved to December airing date