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10 Hottest upcoming Korean drama in September 2021

10 Hottest upcoming Korean drama in September 2021.  If you haven’t already been stunk into the Korean drama craze, what have you even been doing? As of September 2021 is as good a time as ever to get started.
K-pop has become a rage everywhere in the world, including India. And with that influence, Korean dramas have also increased. People are going gaga over it. That explains the higher viewership of K-dramas on streaming services, such as Netflix. These are some of the most anticipated Korean Dramas of 2021. So without much delay, let’s track down all the upcoming K dramas that are about to air in September.

Number 1: Gentleman and Young Lady
Lee Young-Kook (Ji Hyun-Woo) is a widower with three children. He still hasn’t gotten over the death of his wife. He decides to hire Park Dan-Dan (Lee Se-Hee) as a live-in tutor for his kids and he becomes attracted to her. Meanwhile, Park Dan-Dan has a bright and positive personality despite her harsh situation.

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Ji Hyun-Woo and Lee Se-Hee


Airs: Sep 25, 2021 – Mar 13, 2022
Airs On: Saturday, Sunday
Episodes: 50
Original Network: KBS2
Duration: 1 hr. 10 min.

Number 2: Lost
Lost will tells the story of ordinary people who have worked hard all their lives to see the spotlight, but suddenly realize that “nothing has happened” in the middle of the downhill road of life.
A 40-year-old woman works as a ghostwriter. She hasn’t achieved anything in her life and she doesn’t know where to go with her life. The 27-year-old man is afraid that he might end up as a nobody.


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Jeon Do Yeon and Ryu Joon Yeol

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Airs: Sep 4, 2021 – Oct 24, 2021
Airs On: Saturday, Sunday
Original Network: jTBC iQiyi iQiyi
Duration: 1 hr. 10 min
Episodes: 16

Number 3: The Veil
A Korean-style spy investigation show with a story about a top National Intelligence Service (NIS) agent. In his endeavor to uncover the internal traitor that brought him to his downfall, he confronts a much bigger enemy behind the organization.
Han Ji-Hyuk (Namkoong Min) was the best agent at the National Intelligence Service (NIS). He was admired by his peers, but he put the NIS in a crisis. He then went missing, and later, Han Ji-Hyuk returns to the NIS to find the traitor that caused him to fall into the bottomless pit.
Seo Soo Yeon is the head of team 4 of the Crime Information Center who is excellent at performing her duties and solving cases. She has great affection for people, and she especially cares for her teammates.


Main Cast


Namgoong Min, Park Ha Sun and Kim Ji Eun

Airs: Sep 17, 2021 – Oct 23, 2021
Airs On: Friday, Saturday
Original Network: MBC
Duration: 1 hr. 20 min
Episodes: 12.


Number 4: High Class
A mystery suspense drama about the dangerous lies and hypocrisies hidden behind the perfect lives of the women who live in the top 0.1 percent of society.
Song Yeo Wool, who loses everything when she is framed for her husband’s murder. Nam Ji Sun, the “queen bee” among the mothers at the international school where Song Yeo Wool’s son attends. Danny Oh, a teacher at the school and a former ice hockey player. Hwang Na Yoon, a single mother who is the only one who is friendly to Song Yeo Wool. Cha Do Young, a former actress who follows Nam Ji Sun around because she wants to be back in the spotlight.

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High-class 2021

Cho Yeo Jung, Kim Jee Soo, Park Se Jin, Ha Joon, and Gong Hyun Joo.

Airs: Sep 6, 2021 – Oct 26, 2021
Airs On: Monday, Tuesday
Original Network: tvN
Duration: 1 hr. 10 min
Episodes: 16.

Number 5: One the Woman
A comic drama depicting the story of a daughter-in-law who looks just like a chaebol, who looks just like her due to memory loss, and the story of a rogue sponsor, a corrupt prosecutor who accidentally changes her life.
Jo Yeon-Joo (Lee Ha-Nee) is a corrupt prosecutor. Due to a case, she loses her memory. She begins to live as daughter-in-law Kang Mi-Na (Lee Ha-Nee) of a chaebol family, who looks just like Jo Yeon-Joo.

Meanwhile, Han Seung-Wook (Lee Sang-Yoon) is the son of a chaebol family. He hasn’t gotten over his first love. He gets involved with Jo Yeon-Joo, who lost her memory.

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Lee Ha Nee, Jin Seo Yun, Lee Won Keun, Lee Sang Yoon

Airs: Sep 17, 2021 – Nov 6, 2021
Airs On: Friday, Saturday
Original Network: SBS
Duration: 1 hr. 10 min.
Episodes: 16

Number 6: Squid Game
Round Six literary called “Squid Game” depicts a story of people who decide to become the players of a mysterious survival game that has a whopping 40-million-dollar prize at stake. Gi-hun, played by Lee Jung-Jae, seems defeated by life after being fired from his job. He decides to join the survival game to win prize money. Sang-woo, played by Park Hae-soo, is Gi-hun’s childhood friend and he also joins the game as he gets in trouble at work despite all the hard work he has done to be where he is at now.

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Lee Jung Jae, Park Hae Soo, Heo Sung Tae, Wi Ha Joon

Airs: Sep 17, 2021
Airs On: Friday
Original Network: Netflix Netflix Netflix Netflix
Duration: 50 min
Episodes: 8.

Number 7: Yumi’s Cells
Controlled by a complex network of cells, every human on the planet is kept running by an unseen operating system that is, for the most part, completely ignored.
Yu-Mi, an ordinary single working woman. She is not good at expressing her feelings. Through her romantic relationship and work, she grows as a person and finds happiness in her daily life. Yu-Mi has cells in her brain that represent different emotions like love, violence, rationality, good, and bad. These tiny cells in her brain work actively for her. They deal with her emotions and troubles.


Main Cast


Kim Go-Eun, Ahn Bo-Hyun, Lee Yoo-Bi, Jin Young, Park Ji-Hyun

Airs: Sep 17, 2021 – Oct 30, 2021
Airs On: Friday, Saturday
Original Network: tvN iQiyi iQiyi
Duration: 1 hr. 10 min
Episodes: 14


Number 8: Dali and the Cocky Prince
About the unexpected romance that occurs as Jin Moo Hak tries to steal an art museum from Kim Dal Ri. this drama is one best upcoming kdrama in September 2021.
Jin Moo-Hak (Kim Min-Jae) is the second son of a family that runs the global restaurant franchise firm Dondon F&B. The company started from a gamjatang (pork bone stew) restaurant. He lacks education but has an excellent ability to make money.

Meanwhile, Kim Dal-Ri (Park Gyu-Young) is a visiting researcher of an art gallery. She is the only child of a prestigious family. Kim Dal-Ri can speak 7 different languages and she has a good personality, but she is not very good at doing household chores like cooking.

Jin Moo-Hak and Kim Dal-Ri happen to meet without knowing about each other’s backgrounds and they develop good feelings for each other. Due to an art gallery that is going bankrupt, they meet again as the son of a rich, uneducated family and the daughter of a prestigious family.


Main Cast

Dali and the Cocky Prince

Kim Min-Jae and Park Gyu-Young

Airs: Sep 22, 2021 – Nov 11, 2021
Airs On: Wednesday, Thursday
Original Network: KBS2
Duration: 1 hr. 10 min
Episodes: 16

Number 9: Hometown
Set in a small rural town in 1999 where a recording tape containing a mysterious serial murder and an unidentified bizarre sound is discovered.
Set in 1999, Choi Hyung-In (Yoo Jae-Myung) works as a detective. 10 years earlier, his wife died in a terrorist attack. He still has not gotten over his wife’s death and he carries guilt over her death. One day, he investigates a murder case that took place in a small town. He begins to suspect that the murder case is somehow related to the terrorists, who took his wife’s life.

About 10 years ago, Jo Jung-Hyun’s (Han Ye-Ri) older brother took part in a terrorist attack. After that, her life collapsed. She was then labeled as a member of a terrorist’s family. Yet, Jo Jung-Hyun was able to rebuild her life thanks to her niece, who is the daughter of her older brother. Her niece suddenly goes missing and Jo Jung-Hyun struggles to find her.

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Yoo Jae-Myung, Han Ye-Ri, Um Tae-Goo

Airs: Sep 22, 2021 – Oct 7, 2021
Airs On: Wednesday, Thursday
Original Network: tvN
Duration: 60 min
Episodes: 6.

Number 10: Snowdrop

In 1987, Im Soo Ho and Eun Young Cho are students at a prestigious university in Seoul. Im Soo Ho, who grew up in Germany, has a gentle charm but gives off an air of secrecy.  Eun Young Cho, who is lively, lovable, and cheerful, fell in love with him at first sight at a social gathering. One day, Soo Ho suddenly rushes into a female dormitory covered in blood, and Eun Young Cho hides him and tends to his wounds despite facing danger under close surveillance. Snowdrop has no specific date but is expected to air in September.

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upcoming kdrama september 2021

Jung Hae-In, Kim Ji-Soo, Jang Seung-Jo, Yoo In-Na, Kim Hye Yoon, Yoon Se Ah

Airs: Sep 2021 -?
Airs On: Saturday, Sunday
Original Network: jTBC
Duration: 1 hr. 10 min
Episodes: 16.


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