15 Upcoming Kdramas Airing This September 2022 To Add To Your Watchlist

Published Categorized as Kdrama Buzz

September 2022 will be a big month for a kdramas, there are many releases coming throughout this month, let us take a look a the full list.

Related: The full List of Kdramas Airing In 2022

X in Crisis

Cast: Kwon Sang Woo, Im Se Mi, Sung Dong Il, Shin Hyun Soo, Park Jin Joo, Lee Yi Kyung, and more

Plot: “X in Crisis” tells the story of Yoon who graduated from a prestigious university and worked at a big company. He thought he would live his life as a successful man but he becomes an ordinary middle-aged man on the brink of bankruptcy. His wife played by Lee Se Mi dreams of working as a popular web novelist. She gives him positive energy but can burst at him with anger at times.

Air date: September 2

Network: Wavve

Little Women

Cast: Kim Go Eun and Nam Ji HyunPark Ji Hu, Kang Hoon, Jo Seung Yeon, Gong Min Jung, Kim Mi Sook, Uhm Ki Joon, Uhm Ji Won, Jeon Chae Eun, Wi Ha Joon, Park Bo Kyung, etc.

Plot: “Little Women” tells the story of three sisters who share a close bond, they grew in poverty. It follows their story as they get embroiled in a major incident and face off against the wealthiest family in the nation.

Kim Go Eun plays the eldest sister Oh In Joo, she wants to protect her family with money. Due to the conditions she grew up in, she dreams to live off as well as normal people, but a major incident completely shakes up her life.

Nam Ji Hyun takes on the role of the second sister Oh In Kyung, she’s a news reporter who doesn’t want to bow down to money and aims for what’s right. When a mysterious case from her early reporter days comes back to her, she starts digging for the truth once again.

Park Ji Hu takes on the role of Oh In Hye, the youngest sister who is spoiled by the love of her older sisters who work hard for her. Althought she has never used decent art supplies due to her family’s situation,s he enters an art high school with her natural talent.

Air date: September 3

Network: tvN

The Law Cafe

Cast: Lee Seung GiLee Se Young, Kim Nam Hee, Ahn Dong Gu, Kim Do Hoon, Jang Hye Jin, Baek Hyun Joo, Jo Han Chul, Jeon No Min, Kim Seul Gi, Oh Dong Min, Kim Won Hae and more

Plot: “The Law Cafe” is a romance law drama based on the popular web novel of the same name. The Story takes place at a café which is both a law firm and a café called Law Café. The drama tells the story of a former prosecutor turned landlord and a lawyer who has a 4D personality and also runs the café.

Air date: September 5

Network: KBS2

Once Upon a Small Town

Cast: Joy (Red Velvet), Chu Young Woo, Baek Sung Chul, Jung Suk Yong, Baek Ji Won, and more

Plot: “Once Upon a Small Town” is a rural romance comedy drama about Ahn Ja Young played by Park Soo Young, a police officer in the region, and Han Ji Yul Played by Chu Young Woo, a veterinarian who dreams of escaping from Heedong-ri as soon as possible.

Joy plays the role of Ahn Ja Young, a police officer who always appears when something happens in Heedong-ri. As a self-proclaimed civil service center expert and representative troubleshooter in Heedong-ri, Ahn Sun Kyung appears everywhere and is an expert in everything, be it repairing, farming or decent technology use. So the moment she appears, peace seems to find the village. She is not only daring but also good in social skills, so there is no one who do not ask for help from her or people who hate her, that’s why she is called Heedong-ri’s “Sweet Insider.”

Air date: September 5

Network: Kakao TV

Narco-Saints

CastHa Jung Woo , Hwang Jung Min, Park Hae Soo, Jo Woo Jin, Yoo Yeon Seok and more

Plot: “Narco-Saints” is a Netflix series that tells the story of a civilian, who is falsely accused of being a drug godfather, who took control of Surinam, joins a secret mission from the NIS operating in South America.

Air date: September 9

Network: Netflix

Mental Coach Jegal

Cast:Lee Yoo MiJung Woo, Kwon Yul,  Park Se Young, Cha Soon Bae and more

Plot: “Mental Coach Jegal” is a sports drama that tells the story of a taekwondo player who was expelled from the university due to an accident and now returns to the same university as a mental coach for the national team, he fights against the absurd world of winner-takes-all.

Jung Woo will take on the role of Je Gal Gil, an ex-taekwondo player who was known for his hard work and brilliance, but he was expelled because of an unprecedented accident, he now works as a mental coach for the national team.

Lee Yoo Mi will play Cha Ga Eul, she was a former world short-track gold medalist who is now going through a hard time. She was once called the ice princess who always wore a poker face, but all of that changed after she decided to join a team.

Air date: September 12

Network: tvN

Blind

Cast: Taecyeon (2PM), Ha Seok Jin, Jung Eun Ji (Apink), Kim Bup Rae and more

Plot: “Blind” tells the story of regular people who unfairly became victims and ordinary perpetrators who have closed their eyes to the uncomfortable truth. It will tell the stories of detectives, judges, law school students, and jurors. The story shall focus on detectives, judges, law school students, and jurors.

The drama is led by 2PM’s Taecyeon, Apink’s Jung Eun Ji and Ha Seok Jin. Taecyeon plays the role of Ryu Sung Joon, a violent crimes detective who is determined to catch criminals, because he’s so motivated, he’s often mistaken for a thug.

Ha Seok Jin takes on the role of Ryu Sung Joon’s older brother Ryu Sung Hoon. He is a genius who graduated at the top of his class and became a perfectionist judge. He’s straightforward in his job and tries to be fair as much as he can.

Jung Eun Ji, stars as the social worker Jo Eun Ki. She’s gone through all sorts of hardships and became a social worker who strives to help at least one more child. She is generous and broad-minded person

Air date: September 16

Network: tvN

Love in Contract

Cast: Park Min Young , Go Kyung Pyo and Kim Jae Young

Plot: “Love In Contract” tells the story of a helper service that provides wives to single people needing partners to take to gatherings for married couples and school reunions. The upcoming rom-com will focus on Choi Sang Eun who gets entangled with Jung Ji Ho, who is on a long-term exclusive contract for Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, and Kang Hae Jin, who signs a new contract for Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays. 

Park Min Young is taking on the role of Choi Sang Eun, a woman possessing many great qualities and virtues. As the perfect woman, she chooses a career that helps single men who don’t want to get married instead of getting married herself.

Go Kyung Pyo will be taking on the role of Jung Ji Ho who has been in a long-term contract with Choi Sang Eun for Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays for his fifth year. He is a mysterious character whose hobbies and personality is veiled in mystery.

Kim Jae Young is taking on the role of a chaebol family’s youngest son and hallyu star Kang Hae Jin. He is Choi Sang Eun’s newest client for Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, his presence will cause a great storm

Air date: September 21

Network: tvN 

May It Please The Court

Cast: Jung Ryeo Won,  Lee Kyu Hyung , Jung Jin Young, and more

Plot: “May It Please The Court” is a legal mystery that tracks the truth in the case that Noh Chok Hee played by Jung Ryeo Won, a toxic lawyer who does anything for success, and Jwa Shi Baek played by Lee Kyu Hyung, a unique lawyer who is not afraid of anything, work together.

Air date: September 21

Network: Disney+

Seasons of Blossom

Cast: Seo Ji Hoon, So Ju Yeon, Kim Min Kyu, Kang Hye Won, Yoon Hyun Soo and more.

Plot: “Seasons of Blossom” tells the love and friendship story of five high school students from Seoyeon High School.

Lee Ha-Min (Seo Ji-Hoon) appears to have a bright personality but has darkness on his mind, on the other hand, Han So-Mang ( So Ju-Yeon) is a warm-hearted timid person. Lee Jae-Min (Kim Min-Kyu) is a popular student with a painful past. Yoon Bo-Mi (Kang Hye-Won) is a sweet, model student. Choi Jin-Young (Yoon Hyun-Soo) loves playing games, he appears unfriendly and has a delicate personality.

Air date: September 21

Network: Wavve

The Golden Spoon

Cast: Yook Sungjae (BTOB), Lee Jong Won, Jung Chaeyeon (DIA), Yeonwoo and more

Plot: “The Golden Spoon” is based on the popular Naver webtoon of the same name as a life-adventure story that changed fate with a friend born in a rich family through a golden spoon that comes to a child born in a poor family accidentally.

This will mark Yook Sungjae’s first drama comeback following his military discharge, he’s taking on the role of Lee Seung Chun, who dreams of turning his life around with the titular golden spoon.

Lee Jong Won is taking on the role of Hwang Tae Yong, the rich friend of Lee Seung Chun, his father runs a large company, he switches lives with Lee Seung Chun. Jung Chaeyeon will be starring in the drama as Na Joo Hee. She is a chaebol heiress with a heart of gold who dreams of an ordinary life. Against her own wishes, her family has forced her to get engaged to. She wants to break free from this life and ends up getting into a love triangle between Lee Seung Chun and Hwang Tae Yong.

Yeonwoo portrays the pretty and bold Oh Yeo Jin, who was also raised in a wealthy family.

Air date: September 23

Network: MBC

One Dollar Lawyer

Cast: Namgoong Min,  Kim Ji Eun and more

Plot: “One Dollar Lawyer” tells the story of a troublemaker lawyer Cheon Ji Hoon (to be played by Namgoong Min), he is extremely skilled but only charges 1000 won ($0.78) as his attorney’s fee. The story will focus on Cheon Ji Hoon as he faces against the rich who escape the law and their lawyers who charge expensive fees.

This will be notably Namgoong Min’s first SBS drama in two years, he’s playing the role of Cheon Ji Hoon, with his permed hair, he’s considered a rebel in the legal world.

Air date: September 23

Network: SBS

The Empire

CastKim Sun Ah , Ahn Jae Wook and more

Plot: “The Empire” will focus on the story of a family who has accumulated a ridiculous amount of wealth and power through the law. They face ruin because of various scandals.

Kim Sun Ah plays Han Hye Ryul and Ahn Jae Wook plays Na Geun Woo. They’re meet as a couple living in both wealth and honor.

Air date: September 24

Network: JTBC

Three Bold Siblings

Cast: Lee Ha Na, Im Joo Hwan, Kim Seung Soo, Wang Bit Na, Lee Tae Sung and more

Plot: “Three Bold Siblings” will focus on the story of a lively family about three siblings and will follow the romance story of Lee Sang Joon (Im Joo Hwan), the eldest son who got everything while growing up. The drama will follow what happens to him when he falls in love with Kim Tae Joo (Lee Ha Na) who grew up sacrificing everything for her family.

Air date: September 24

Network: KBS2

Gaus Electronics

Cast: Kwak Dong Yeon, Go Sung Hee, Bae Hyun Sung, Kang Min Ah and more

Plot: “Gaus Electronics” tells the story of the love and work lives of the young employees at Marketing 3 Division at Gaus Electronics. Kwak Dong Yeon plays the role of Lee Sang Sik, he doesn’t shy away from speaking his mind, this often puts him at the center of conflict.

Go Sung Hee plays his hot-blooded co-worker Cha Na Rae who has trouble controlling her anger. Bae Hyun Sung is Baek Ma Tan, he’s the wealthy heir for the rival of Gaus Electronics who secretly joins the company. Kang Min Ah plays Geon Gang Mi, a woman who can’t be recognized when she drinks alcohol.

Air date: September 30

Network: ENA, Olleh TV, Seezn

Which one of these dramas are you most excited to watch?

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