7 Brand-New K-Dramas for March to Watch

A multitude of compelling K-dramas greet eager fans as a new month gets underway, providing an abundance of alluring alternatives to add to their list of must-watchs. March promises a wide range of dramas, so viewers can expect to get engrossed in compelling narratives.

Disney+’s The Impossible Heir debuted to great acclaim at the end of February. Following their gripping conclusion to Netflix’s thrilling thriller A Killer Paradox, fans are now relishing a well-earned romantic comedy in Wedding Impossible. March is another month to watch out for because there is a lot of K-dramas scheduled for 2024.

A few much anticipated Netflix series, like Queen of Tears, will debut this month. Not to be overlooked is the K-drama Chicken Nugget, which has garnered interest on a worldwide scale. A K-drama about attempting to get your daughter back from being a tasty nugget would be intriguing to watch for everyone.

Here are all of the upcoming K-dramas for March.

Grabbed by the Collar

Release Date: March 18, 2024

After receiving a murderous accusation, an investigative journalist and broadcaster teams up with a detective to determine the truth.

Kim Ha-neul, as Seo Jung-won, became well-known for her investigative journalism. In addition, she is the host of the Let’s Get Grabbed by the Collar current events series, which reveals the real story behind criminals.

She enjoys a fulfilling work and a comfortable life with her affluent spouse. But when her husband’s mistress passes away unexpectedly, everything is altered. In addition to being upset over the romance, she turns into one of the case’s primary suspects. Detective Kim Tae-heon (Yeon Woo-jin), Jung-won’s buddy, aids her in discovering the truth.

The K-drama will have a total of 16 episodes on KBS2.


Release Date: March 23, 2024

A mystery thriller that centers on a wife who has abruptly vanished and is searching desperately for her spouse.

Before her husband Cha Sung-jae (Lee Moo-saeng) vanishes without a trace, Na Moon-young (Lee Bo-young) leads a regular life. Desperate to know what happened to him, she sets out to find out. However, the solutions could be closer than she thought. The mystery may be solved by her neighbor Ha Yeon-joo (Lee Chung-ah) and an enigmatic man named Do Jin-woo (Lee Min-jae).

Hide will stream on Coupang Play

Midnight Photo Studio

Release Date: March 13, 2024

A lonely photographer who operates a picture studio for the dead meets a lawyer who believes in justice.

The family business has been handled by Seo Ki-joo (Joo Won) for many generations. Appearing normal from the outside, the Ki-joo captures images of spirits stuck between dimensions, unable to transcend. While he hears their experiences, his pictures help them feel at ease.

He soon meets Han Bom (Kwon Na-ra). She’s a devoted lawyer who can’t stand injustice and partners with Ki-joo. Together they find a way to get the trapped ghosts to the other side. The March K-drama also has a flourishing romance.

Midnight Photo Studio will have 16 episodes and premiere on ENA.

Beauty and the Devoted

Release Date: March 23, 2024

Beauty and the Devoted K-drama lead actors.

A fallen from grace actor begins to fall in love with a rookie producer as he helps her regain her fame.

A career-ending catastrophe brought A-list actor Park Do-ra (Im Soo-hyang) to her lowest point. She meets Go Pil-deung, a first-time drama series producer played by Ji Hyun-woo. Pil-deung sets out on a romantic adventure with Do-ra in an attempt to restore her to her former splendor.

With 50 episodes, Beauty and the Devoted is expected to launch on KBS2 and have a lengthy run.

Queen of Tears

Release Date: March 9, 2024

A third-generation chaebol discovers that she has fallen in love with her spouse again—who serves as the company’s legal director.

Prepare yourself for a novel perspective on romance with Queen of Tears on tvN and Netflix. Kim Ji-won, also known as Hong Hae-in, is a third-generation chaebol of Queen’s Group. She is in charge of their family’s department store and is renowned for being haughty. Queen of Tears is more concerned with reigniting romance than it is with renewed love.

Hae-in is wed to the company’s top legal director, Baek Hyun-woo (Kim Soo-hyun). Because of his achievement, his hometown is proud and happy for him. Hae-in experiences a crisis in their marriage as she begins to view her spouse differently.

The K-drama will have a total of 16 episodes.

Wonderful World

Release Date: March 1, 2024

The untimely loss of a prominent psychology professor’s kid causes her life to fall apart. She has caused others to experience the same anguish in her pursuit of justice.

Kim Nam-joo, also known as Eun Soo-hyun, is a well-known author and psychology professor. Her son’s unjustified death and the fact that the perpetrators escape punishment upend her idyllic existence. After deciding to pursue her own justice for losing her kid, she becomes even more dejected.

Somehow, Soo-hyun gets involved with other people who have suffered the same pain and help each other heal. All the while helping solve their mysteries and meeting Kwon Sun-yool (Cha Eun-woo).

Wonderful World will stream on Disney+.

Chicken Nugget

Release Date: March 15, 2024

A father and his employee work diligently to save his daughter who was turned into delicious chicken nuggets.

Netflix’s standout K-drama for March will be Chicken Nugget based on an original webtoon. The K-drama focuses on Choi Sun-man (Ryu Seung-ryong) who runs a small machienry business. One day, an unknown machine arrives at the store. Sun-man’s daughter pays a visit with fried chicken and enters the machine.

She switches it on, thinking it will make her feel less tired, and it transforms into a chicken nugget, magically. Go Baek-joong (Ahn Jae-hong), who harbors a one-sided crush on her, assists his boss in figuring out how to save her.

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