‘Wonderful World’ To ‘Queen Of Tears’: Five K-Dramas To Binge This March

March has arrived with an exciting lineup of Korean dramas for enthusiasts around the globe. New Delhi reports the return of the beloved actor Kim Soo Hyun to the small screen, as well as heartthrob Cha Eun Woo taking on a more dramatic role. For those ready to dive into stories of love, mystery, and revenge, here are five must-watch K-dramas to add to your binge list this month.

Leading the pack is “Queen Of Tears,” where romance intersects with corporate power play. It follows Hong Hae-in (Kim Ji-won), an heir to the Queens Group business empire, and her husband Baek Hyun-woo (Kim Soo-hyun), a high-ranking official in the same corporation. Their relationship, at first glance a storybook romance, encounters turbulence that puts their love and resilience to the test. This drama marks Kim Soo Hyun’s much-anticipated return on the screen in a romantic-comedy role, offering a blend of opulence and turmoil that K-drama fans relish. “Queen of Tears” is available for streaming on Netflix.

For those who crave a tale of vengeance and healing, “Wonderful World” serves up intrigue and drama in spades. Psychology professor and author Soo-hyun (Kim Nam Woo), after a harrowing loss of her son to nefarious elements, vows to seek vengeance and justice. In her quest, she crosses paths with Kwon Sun Yool (Cha Eun Woo), a former medical student with a troubled past. Their unlikely partnership raises questions of whether they can find solace in their shared trauma. Find out how their story unfolds on Disney+ Hotstar.

“Grabbed by the Collar” features Kim Ha-neul in the role of Seo Jung-won, a star journalist with an enviable life that quickly unravels. When her husband’s mistress is found dead, she not only deals with the emotional fallout from his betrayal but is also implicated in the murder. With her back against the wall, her only hope lies in uncovering the truth with her former flame and now detective, Kim Tae-heon (Yeon Woo-jin). This gripping series can be watched on Viki.

If it’s comedy and mystery you’re seeking, then “Chicken Nugget” will satisfy your appetite. Choi Sun Man (Ryu Seung Ryong) is on a humorous and heartfelt mission to transform his daughter Min Ah (Kim Yoo Jung) back from her chicken nugget form, the result of a bizarre accident involving a mysterious machine. Joining his quest are Ko Baek Joong (Ahn Jae Hong), a smitten intern, and Hong Cha (Jung Ho Yeon), a renowned food columnist. Catch this quirky adventure on Netflix.

Lastly, “Midnight Studio” caters to fans of the supernatural. The series introduces Seo Ki-joo (Joo Won), the owner of a photography studio that caters exclusively to ghostly clients. When his camera – able to photograph spirits – is at risk of falling into disuse, the spirits’ passage to the afterlife is threatened. Along comes Han Bom (Kwon Na-ra), a justice-driven lawyer who suddenly gains the ability to see ghosts. This eerie yet heartwarming series promises to enchant and entertain in equal measure on Viki.

Each of these five K-dramas brings its own unique flavor to the table, proving once more the expansive range and depth of Korean storytelling. Whether you’re in the mood for touching rom-coms, thrilling mysteries, or supernatural encounters, this March’s fresh lineup is sure to captivate and entertain K-drama enthusiasts across the world.

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