5 New Korean Dramas You Should Watch This November

Before the year comes to an end, there is a new set of Korean dramas that will keep you company until 2019 comes.
Before the year comes to an end, there is a new set of Korean dramas that will keep you company until 2019 comes.
(Photo: Mama Fairy and the Woodcutter/Facebook)

Before the year comes to an end, there is a new set of Korean dramas that will keep you company until 2019 comes. Five new television series will surely make your November worthwhile. Some of the shows already begin while others are just about to start, so keep reading as you may find your new favorite.

'Mama Fairy and the Woodcutter'

"Mama Fairy and the Woodcutter," tells the story of a 699-year-old fairy (Moon Chae Won) who lost her clothes, restricting her to cross the heaven. Based on a webtoon with the same title, she will look for her dead husband's two possible reincarnations to find her clothing.

Here, she will meet a professor played by Yoon Hyun Min. "Mama Fairy and the Woodcutter" already premiered on November 5 on tvN, per Kdrama Kisses.

'Feel Good to Die'

"Feel Good to Die" official poster already gives away the series' plotline. Led by Kang Ji Hwan, Kang Ji Hwan, and Kang Ji Hwan, they all meet in a corporate world, and their journey starts as they start to hate their boss.

Everything will start when the boss' assistant gets so angry at him that she wishes for his death. However, when her wish comes true, she feels the guilt and hopes everything is just a dream. When she wakes up the next morning, her boss is still alive, but her dream is happening in real life. It will then eventually lead to her boss' demise.

She will do everything to stop her wish from coming true and keeping him safe. "Feel Good to Die" began on November 7 on KBS.

'Top Star Yoo Baek'

According to Hellokpop, Kim Ji Suk will lead the role of a top star in "Top Star Yoo Baek." He will get involved in a big accident that will eventually send him to Kangsun, a faraway land that is also known as a slow city.

Here, Kim Ji Suk's role will meet and fall in love with a country girl. Other stars that will join "Top Star Yoo Baek" are Lee Sang Yeob and Jun So Min. It will soon be out on November 16 on tvN.

'Priest'

"Priest" will take the viewers to a different kind of Korean drama viewing. Doctors and exorcists will work here together to protect innocent people's lives.

Yeon Woo Jin will play the role of an exorcist who lost his mother to an evil. Jung Yu Mi, on the other hand, will take an ace surgeon's character at the Emergency Medical Department. The new television series will premiere on November 24 on OCN.

'Clean with Passion for Now'

Another webtoon based Korean drama is "Clean with Passion for Now." Starring Kim Joo Yung and Yoon Kyun San, its story revolves around a happy-go-lucky woman working at a cleaning company and its owner's love story.

Kim Joo Yung will play the role of an untidy woman while Yoon Kyun San will portray the boss' character that has a germaphobia and OCD in cleanliness. "Clean with Passion for Now" will hit the television screens on November 26 on JTBC.

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