December 2018 Korean Drama Releases: “Memories Of The Alhambra”, “My Strange Hero” & More

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We are officially kicking off a new season of amazing series with December 2018 Korean Dramas.

Additionally, the roster of December 2018 Korean Dramas officially signals the beginning of a new year for fans. And what’s better way to start it, but with refreshing romance and healing stories.

Below is the lineup of currently airing K-dramas that are expected to end in the next two months.

(Note: Daily series not included)


Tale of Fairy (tvN)

Clean with Passion for Now (jTBC)


Feel Good To Die (KBS)

When Time Stopped (KBSW)

Children of Nobody (MBC)

The Last Empress (SBS)

Encounter (tvN)

Love Alert (MBN)

God’s Quiz Reboot (OCN)

December 2018 Korean Dramas


Top Star Yoo Baek


Sky Castle (jTBC)


My Only One (KBS)

Priest (OCN)


My Healing Love (MBC)

Here are the new drama additions that will start airing in December 2018.

Memories of the Alhambra

Highly-anticipated year-end series is a suspense romance drama that revolves around an investment company CEO Yoo Jin Woo (played by Hyun Bin), who visits Granada, Spain for a business trip, and gets involved in a mysterious incident after staying in an old hostel run by Jung Hee Joo (played by Park Shin Hye).

Memories of the Alhambra will unleash its magic beginning December 1 via tvN and Netflix.

Read: “Memories Of The Alhambra” To Begin Global Release Via Netflix In December

Fates and Furies

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Fates and Furies, SBS’ latest drama, is about love, lies and vengeance. Lee Min Jung (Please Come Back Mister) plays Goo Hae Ra. She is a smart and beautiful woman, who seems to have all the bad luck. To change her destiny, she gets close to Tae In Joon, the son of a shoe company owner. Joo Sang Wook (Grand Prince) portrays the character of Tae In Joon, who falls in love with Goo Hae Ra, unaware of her premeditated deceit.

Fates and Furies will begin airing on December 1 via SBS.

Read: SBS Melodrama “Fates and Furies” Intrigues With Teaser Posters Of Joo Sang Wook & Lee Min Jung

Dance Sports Girls

December 2018 Korean Dramas

The eight-episode KBS series is a coming-of-age drama, depicting the lives of students in the decaying shipyard city of Goeje, which is in the midst of restructuring.

The writer-PD tandem of Individualist Ji Young will back up the creative team of this youth series, which taps actors Park Se Wan (I’m not a Robot) and Jang Dong Yoon (Mr. Sunshine) to lead the young cast members. What piques interest is what role Jang will play, since the teasers have so far revealed him to be surrounded with plenty of female student cast.

Dance Sports Girls will take over the spot of Matrimonial Chaos starting December 3 on KBS.

Less Than Evil

Based on British series Luther, MBC’s latest offering is projected to provide a new take on criminal investigation genre. Less Than Evil is about an experienced detective, Woo Tae Suk. He has been living a lonely existence and his main focus in life is solving crimes. Woo Tae Suk, played by Shin Hya Kun, meets a woman, Eun Sun Jae (Lee Seol) who is a psychopath. The unlikely pair teams up in order to solve crimes.

Less Than Evil begins airing on December 3 via MBC.

My Strange Hero

Set to air every Monday and Tuesday via SBS, My Strange Hero will premiere in December, and takes the time slot of Where Stars Land.

The story revolves around Yoo Seung Ho’s character Kang Bok Soo, who gets expelled from school after being falsely accused as a violence perpetrator. As he becomes an adult, he seeks justice and returns to the school, with a mindset of making those who have wronged him to pay for what they did.

Two of the people who he is out to get are his first love Son Soo Jeong and the school chairman’s son Oh Se Ho – who have caused his expulsion. However, the school environment has changed from the time since he left, which sets him back from his plan of emerging as a small school hero.

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abbyinhallyuland reads and sleeps a lot when she is not traveling. Her calendar reminders are mostly K-Drama broadcast schedules and birthdays of her favorite Korean actors. Promoting K-Drama watching as stress therapy is her life advocacy. She is fond of Spencer Reid, Gregory House, Kenshin Himura, Starwars saga, Haruki Murakami and Hunter x Hunter.

Recommended Korean Dramas: Reply 1988, Nine, Misaeng, Gaksital, Discovery of Love, Because This is My First Life, Descendants of the Sun, My Love from the Star, Healer, Punch, You’re Beautiful, Coffee Prince, Princess Hours, The Greatest Love, Sungkyunkwan Scandal, City Hunter, and The Smile Has Left Your Eyes.

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