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Our Fave Hallyu Kings And Queens Are Back! Here Are All The K-Dramas Airing This November

Time to *prepare* your K-drama schedule!
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K-drama fans, RIP to our eyebags: We have 10 titles to choose from this November! There's a fashion drama, a remake of the BBC hit Criminal Justice, and a webtoon-based series that was invited to the Toronto International Film Festival. Some shows will also mark the much-awaited comeback of our favorite Hallyu kings and queens. Are you excited? Check out our list of K-dramas airing this month on Netflix, Viu, iQIYI, and AppleTV+.

November 2021 K-Dramas

1. Dr. Brain (November 4)

The cast: Lee Sun Kyun, Lee Yoo Young, Park Hee Soon, Seo Ji Hye

Where you can watch it: Apple TV+

The plot, according to Apple TV+: "Brillian brain scientist Se Won suffers a horrific personal tragedy. Desperate to uncover what happened to his family, he conducts 'brain syncs' with the dead to access their memories for clues."

2. Melancholia (November 4)

The cast: Lee Do Hyun, Im Soo Jung

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Where you can watch it: Viu, iQIYI

The plot, according to iQIYI: "Melancholia follows Ji Yoon Soo, a math teacher of a prestigious high school who helps Baek Seung Yoo, a problematic student with math potential top his class. The teacher-student relationship scandal causes Yoon Soo to lose her job."

3. Happiness (November 6)

The cast: Park Hyung Sik, Han Hyo Joo

Where you can watch it: Viu, iQIYI

The plot, according to Viu: "A new type of deadly virus spread throughout the city, and the apartment where has different social classes of people is sealed off."

4. Let Me Be Your Knight (November 7)

The cast: Lee Jun Young, Jung In Sun

Where you can watch it: iQIYI

The plot, according to iQIYI: "Yoon Tae In is the leader of the idol group, Luna. He suffers from sleepwalking and to cure his ailment secretly, he commissions a doctor to live in with him and his group members. The 'doctor' is In Yoon Joo who is, in fact, a tour guide."

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5. IDOL: The Coup (November 8)

The cast: EXID's Hani, Kwak Shi Yang

Where you can watch it: iQIYI

The plot, according to iQIYI: "IDOL: The Coup revolves around a passé idol group struggling to find success to avoid being disbanded. It follows the group members giving up on their dreams as they grow through their failures and take courageous steps towards their new goals in life."

6. Secret Royal Inspector Joy (November 9)

The cast: 2PM's Taecyeon, Kim Hye Yoon

Where you can watch it: Viu, iQIYI

The plot, according to iQIYI: "Set in the Joseon dynasty, Secret Royal Inspector Joy is a comedic, historical period drama that centers around an intelligent but lazy secret agent, and a woman with belief way ahead of her times, as she seeks to get out of her unhappy marriage, to search for her happiness."

7. The Red Sleeve (November 12)

The cast: 2PM's Jun Ho, Lee Se Young

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Where you can watch it: Viu

The plot, according to Viu"Set in the 18th century, The Red Sleeve depicts a love story between King Jeongjo and royal concubine Uibin Sung."

8. Now, We Are Breaking Up (November 12)

The cast: Song Hye Kyo, Jang Ki YongKim Joo Hun, Choi Hee Seo, EXO's SehunGirl's Day's Yura

Where you can watch it: Viu

The plot: Now, We Are Breaking Up is set in the fashion world and will revolve around love and breakups. 

9. Hellbound (November 19) 

The cast: Yoo Ah In, Kim Hyun Joo, Park Jeong Min

Where you can watch it: Netflix

The plot, according to Netflix"Unearthly beings delivery bloody condemnations, sending individuals to hell and giving rise to a religious group founded on the idea of divine justice."

10. One Ordinary Day (November 27)

The cast: Kim Soo Hyun, Cha Seoung Won, Lee Seol  

Where you can watch it: Viu

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The plot, according to Viu"In the Korean remake, the story revolves around two men whose lives change completely after a woman is found murdered. Kim Soo Hyun plays an ordinary college student Kim Hyun Soo who, after one drunken night of fun, finds himself the prime suspect in the gruesome murder of a woman he had spent the night with."

Bonus: New World (November 20)

The cast:  Lee Seung Gi, Eun Ji Won, Super Junior's Heechul, EXO's Kai, Jo Bo Ah, Park Na Rae

Where you can watch it: Netflix

The plot, according to Netflix"In this reality show, six celebs strategize and sabotage to earn virtual currency they can cash in on the final day of their stay on a utopian island."


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