This December 2022, There Are 5 New Korean Dramas Worth Watching

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The great Korean dramas, especially the romantic ones, may be unforgettable, but there is much more to K-dramas than fairy-tale romances — case in point: the December 2022 releases.

This list is guaranteed to tear at your emotions and rev up your pulse thanks to its excellent arsenal of intriguing narratives, sizzling chemistry between the leads, and smart executions by a brilliant ensemble.

While the ‘K’ in dramas continued to reign supreme throughout 2022 with fantastic releases, November was an oxymoron with light dramas like Call My Agent and serial killer crime thrillers like Somebody. December, the month of holidays and celebrations, appears to be the greatest time to binge-watch your favorite K-pop singers.

December 2022 will see the release of many new K-dramas, including Alchemy of Souls: Light and Shadow, Connect, Money Heist: Korea Season 2, and Big Bet. Prepare your favorite snacks, get comfortable on the sofa, and get ready for a crazy trip, because there’s a lot more in store for Korean drama fans.

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Here are six new Korean dramas that are excellent for a December holiday binge

1- Alchemy of Souls: Light and Shadow

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Directed by Park Joon-hwa
Cast
Hwang Min-hyun as Seo Yul, Shin Seung-ho as Go Won, Yoo Ju-sang as Park Jin and Oh Na-ra as Kim Do Ju
Release date 10 December
Episodes 10
Synopsis
The second season of the much-loved show, Alchemy of Souls begins three years later. With Jang Uk (Lee Jae-wook), returning from death, it will be interesting to see the story of mages unfold anew.
About the show The first part was a major success and now the second part, Alchemy of Souls

2- Money Heist: Korea, Season 2

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Directed by Kim Hong-sun
Cast
Yoo Ji-Tae as Professor, Kim Yunjin as Sun Woo-Jin, Park Hae-Soo as Berlin, Jun Jong-Seo as Tokyo, Lee Won-Jong as Moscow and Kim Ji-Hoon as Denver
Release date 9 December
Episodes 6
Synopsis
About the show

3- The Forbidden Marriage

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Directed by
Park Sang-woo and Jeong Hoon
Cast
Park Ju-hyun as So Rang and Kim Young-dae as Lee Heon
Release date 9 December
Episodes 12
Synopsis
Based on a Korean web novel of the same name, The Forbidden Marriage is an MBC royalty drama about King Yi Heon and his kingdom-wide rule prohibiting marriage. The king is seen mourning the death of his wife and the former crown princess. However, the plot twist of the king encountering a con artist possessed by the late princess’ spirit in the later years of his life, totally adds charm to this K-drama released in December 2022.

4- Connect

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Directed by Takashi Miike
Cast
Jung Hae-in as Ha Dong-soo, Go Kyung-pyo as Oh Jin-seok and Kim Hye-jun as Lee I-rang
Release date 7 December
Episodes 6
Synopsis
Based on a webtoon of the same name by Shin Dae-sung, the upcoming series Connect, is a crime thriller revolving around a man who is kidnapped by a gang of organ harvesters.
About the show
Connect is to be dropped on streaming giant Disney+ and is one of the most anticipated thrillers to be released in December 2022. No doubt that Disney+ Korea’s Instagram feed is full of Connect updates.

5- The Interest of Love

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Directed by Jo Young Min
Cast
Moon Ga Young as Ahn Soo Young, Yoo Yeon-Seok as Ha Sang-Soo and Keum Sae-Rok as Park Mi-Kyung
Release date 21 December
Episodes 16
Synopsis
Also known as Understanding Of Love, the internationally licensed South Korean Netflix Original, The Interest of Love, is an upcoming romantic drama revolving around four people who meet at the Youngpo branch of KCU Bank. With the protagonists believing that love doesn’t stay forever, this is one of the few realistic K-dramas released in December 2022.

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