August is a fun month for all the K drama fans because of the abundance of new Korean series and movies available for them to watch. To help you out with what K drama to watch this August, we have compiled a list-
Remarriage and Desires
Rex, a matchmaking service that caters to the competitive marriage market for the highest echelons of Korean society, is the subject of the eight-part Netflix series 'Remarriage and Desires'. The teaser states that 'marriage is a business'. It will follow several individuals who turn to Rex for various reasons, including Seo Hye-seung (Kim Hee-sun from Tomorrow), who seeks retribution, and Lee Hyung-ju (Lee Hyun-wook from Mine). Kim Jung-min, who most recently directed Love Affairs in the Afternoon, is the director of Remarriage and Desires, the second show written by Lee Geun-young. (Netflix, 15 July)
Lee Jong Hyuk, after completing his required military service in South Korea, has made his long-awaited return to the television with this show. Lee plays Park Chang Ho, the protagonist of MBC's Big Mouth, a lawyer with a pitiful 10% success rate in court. Park, who goes by Big Mouth's moniker because of his chatty nature, gets into trouble when people start accusing him of being a notorious con man.
Kim Se-Jeong, an actress who previously wowed audiences in The Uncanny Counter and Business Proposal, is back in Today's Webtoon, playing a judo athlete On Ma-eum. After suffering a setback to her sports career, On accepts a position in a webtoon company's editorial division. She initially finds it difficult to get along with her coworkers and the job, but she gradually grows into a successful webtoon editor.
Daniel Choi (The Ghost Detective) and Nam Yoon-su (The King's Affection) are among Kim's co-stars. The programme is based on the Matsuda Naoko comic series Juhan Shuttai.
This K-drama is a modern day Korean adaptation of Louisa May Alcott's renowned English novel by the same name and stars Kim Go Eun, Nam Ji-Hyun, Park Ji Hoo, Wi Ha Joon (of Squid Game fame), and Uhm Ji Won in the main roles. This upcoming show is the first adaptation of Little Women into a Korean drama and is set in contemporary Korea. Three sisters, Oh In Joo (Kim Go Eun), Oh In Kyung (Nam Ji-Hyun), and Oh In Hye (Park Ji Hoo), who grew up in extreme poverty and had an extremely close relationship, are the focus of the story. The three come to a crossroads when their lives are destroyed despite having distinct goals and pursuits.
If You Wish Upon Me
The show stars Ji Chang-wook, Sung Dong-il, and Choi Soo-young. The story of the show revolves around a man played by Ji Chang Wook. The story revolves around a young man (Ji Chang-wook) who was raised in an orphanage and juvenile detention centres, and prisons. An incident led to his participation in a hospice. He and the hospital staff listens to a patient's final wishes on their death beds.
In the Soop: Friendcation
Watching a group of friends enjoy a vacation and taking in their friendliness and humour can bring about a sense of tranquility. The 'Wooga Squad,' made up of musicians Peakboy and V from BTS and actors Park Hyung-Sik, Park Seo-Jon, Choi Woo-Shik, and Park Hyung-Sik, travel to Goseong for four days.