Highly Anticipated Upcoming Kdramas Airing in March 2022 To Add To Your Watch List

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March is here and you know what that means, a new set of kdramas are set to premiere. Today, we’re taking a look at the upcoming Kdramas airing this March.

This month marks the return of some of the biggest names in the industry including Lee Min Ho, Han So Hee, Park Hyung Sik and more.

Let us take a look at the list of March 2022 Kdramas!

Related: The full List of Kdramas Airing In 2022

Note: some kdramas premiere dates might be pushed back or changed due to the ongoing situation with COVID-19 in South Korea which is affecting the production of many projects.

Crazy Love


Cast: Kim Jae Wook, f(x)’s Krystal, Ha Jun, Yoo In Young, Im Won Hee, Lee Si Eon, Jung Sung Ho, Baek Joo Hee, Kim Ki Nam, Lee Ha Jin, Lee Mi Young, Lee Yoon Hee, Kim Hak Sun, and more.

Plot: “Crazy Love” is about a man who pretends to have amnesia when he is told he will be murdered, it’s also the story of a woman who pretends to be his fiance when she is told she doesn’t have much time to live.

Kim Jae Wook will play the role of Noh Go Jin, who is the CEO of GOTOP Education and the top math instructor in the country with an IQ of 190.

Krystal will play the role of Lee Shin Ah, Noh Go Jin’s secretary who has zero presence. She is considered the top in terms of sincerity and responsibility, but she is so quiet, introverted, and hopeless that it almost seems like she’s nonexistent.

Ha Jun will play Oh Sae Gi, the handsome friendly vice president of GOTOP who is the only one who can comfort Noh Go Jin, he also consoles the employees who have been hurt by him.

Air date: March 7, 2022

Kill Heel


Cast: Kim Ha Neul, Lee Hye Young, and Kim Sung Ryung

Plot: A story of the endless desires and struggles of 3 women at UNI Home Shopping. “Kill Heel” focuses on three women in the fierce world of home shopping. They must survive in a world of stiff competition.

The drama was originally scheduled to air in February but was postponed due to COVID-19.

Air date: March 9

Network: tvN

A Superior Day


Cast: Jin Goo, Ha Do Kwon, Lee Won Geun and more

Plot: “A Superior Day” is based on a webtoon of the same name and is a thriller about an ordinary man who must kill the serial killer living next door to him in order to save his kidnapped daughter.

Jin Goo will play Lee Ho Chul, a firefighter who is on a mission to save his kidnapped daughter. Ha Do Kwon will play Bae Tae Jin, an intelligent assassin. While Lee Won Geun will play Kwon Si Woo, a serial killer who is being chased down by both Lee Ho Chul and Bae Tae Jin.

Air date: March 13

Network: OCN

The King of Pigs


Cast: Kim Dong Wook, Kim Sung Kyu, And Chae Jung Ahn

Plot: “The King of Pigs” is an upcoming thriller drama that follows people who recall their experiences as victims of violence due to the mysterious serial killings that begin when they received a message from a friend from 20 years ago. The drama focuses on school violence. Kim Dong Wook, Kim Sung Kyu, and Chae Jung Ahn lead the drama that is based on director Yeon Sang Ho’s animated film of the same name that has already been acknowledged at various film festivals.

Kim Dong Wook will play the role of Hwang Kyung Min, a man who lives with the trauma of the school violence he experienced from 20 years ago. Kim Sung Kyu will take on the role of detective Jung Jong Suk who traces the mysterious message sent by the friend from 20 years ago. Chae Jung Ahn will play the charismatic detective Kang Jin Ah, a woman of principle who chases the truth no matter what.

Air date: March 18

Network: TVING

Soundtrack #1


Cast: Park Hyung Sik And Han So Hee

Plot: “Soundtrack #1” is about a man and a woman who have been best friends for 20 years, and for some reason had to stay together in a house for two weeks, where there they get to learn about their true feelings for one another. It stars Park Hyung Sik and Han So Hee, and it is also being directed by Kim Hee Won, who is well known for “Vincenzo” and “The Crowned Clown.”

Air date: March 23

Network: Disney+



Cast: Lee Min Ho, Jin Ha, Anna Sawai, Kim Min Ha, Soji Arai, and Kaho Minami

Plot: The drama is based on Min Jin Lee’s best-selling novel of the same title and tells the story of four generations of a Korean immigrant family, its about how the family’s history unfolds across continents (Korea, Japan, and the United States). The project will feature Korean, Japanese, and English, and the story will be told over eight episodes. Filming is set to begin on October 26, the crew will film in Canada as well.

Estimated Air date: March 25

Network: Apple TV+



Cast: Kim Hee Sun, Rowoon, Lee Soo Hyuk and Yoon Ji On

Plot: “Tomorrow” tells the story of a man named Choi Joon Woong who after being jobless for three years attempts to take his own life. He goes to a bridge to jump off but he finds someone else trying to jump off while trying to convince them otherwise, they both fall accidentally off the bridge. The crisis management team run by grim reapers belatedly arrives at the scene, and Choi Joon Woong ends up falling into a three-year coma, his soul becomes half alive and half dead. He ends up getting a job at the crisis management, and his job involves taking special care of people who are at a high risk of suicide and helping them want to continue living.

Air date: March 25

Network: MBC

Juvenile Delinquency


Cast: Won Ji An, Yoon Chan Young, Yoon Hyun Soo, Han Se Jin, and Yang Seo Hyun

Plot: “Juvenile Delinquency” tells the story of 18-year-old Kyung Da-Jung (Won Ji-An), she has been used a drug mule by her own parents. One day, she attempts to make a delivery but something goes wrong. Thus, she runs and hides in the countryside. There, she meets teenagers Gong Yoon-Tak (Yoon Chan-Young), Gong Yoon-Jae (Yoon Hyun-Soo), Kim Kook-Hee (Han Se-Jin) and Hong Ae-Ran (Yang Seo-Hyun). Kyung Da-Jung also finds a hemp field.

Gong Yoon-Tak lives with his father and looks after his two younger siblings including Gong Yoon-Jae. He’s basically the breadwinner of the family, his life was quiet and ordinary until Kyung Da-Jung’s appearance.

Air date: March 25

Network: Olleh TV, Seezn

Why Oh Soo Jae?


Cast: Seo Hyun Jin, Bae In Hyuk, Hwang In Yeop

Plot: “Why Oh Soo Jae?” tells the story of a woman who makes the wrong choices in life that leads to achieving the wrong kind of success. After she falls in love with a young man, she changes the direction of her life and learns to properly love herself.

Estimated Air date: March [unspecified yet]

Network: SBS

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By Jass K.

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