The 7 K-drama Shows That Should Be on Your Watchlist This September

September 8, 2022

Are you in a K-drama slump because Alchemy of Souls ended, and you don’t know what to watch next? Well, here are seven K-drama shows you should catch up on this September. 

The Law Cafe

First of all, it’s a Lee Seung-gi drama. Come on; it’s going to be good. The story follows Jeong Ho, a former genius prosecutor and current owner of the building where Yu Ri, a lawyer who recently quit her job, now runs a cafe. Of course, she just had to be a former friend of his. I’m expecting meddlesome behavior and plenty romanz. 


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Little Women

Forget every other story you know about the famous Little Women story This show is already shaping up to be the next best thing with a storyline completely different from the original Little Women. It’s about three sisters who have formed a close bond while growing up in poverty. No, because these girls from the trenchiest trenches stumble into an incident involving the wealthiest family in the country. Expect drama overdose. 

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Once Upon a Small Town

I just know this K-drama will give an Our Blues vibe but happier abeg. It’s a simple story about a man who moves from Seoul to Heedong Village and meets a countryside policewoman. The show will depict the happiness and sorrows of the people of the Village. If you’re a K-pop fan, you might enjoy seeing Joy from Red Velvet in leading roles.

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Blind 

After seeing Ok Taec-yeon in Vincenzo act as a highly psychopathic wealthy heir to a pharmaceutical company, I know it’ll be nice to see him play a good detective this time. Taec-Yeon plays detective Ryu Sung Joon. With his judge brother Ryu Sung Hoon and Jo Eun Ki, a social worker, he becomes involved in a serial murder case involving jury members as the victims. The three work hard to uncover the truth behind the deaths when it seems like the world is willing to turn a blind eye. Set your reminder cause Blind drops on September 16th.

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Love in Contract

Where are all my romance lovers? This one is for you. Our rom-com queen Park Min Young has done it again. Love in Contract is set to release on September 21st and follows the life of Choi Sang-eun, who helps people by pretending to be their fake wives at social events. What could possibly go wrong?

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One Dollar Lawyer

Don’t overthink which show you’ll have to drop to watch this one, just look at the title. K-dramas keep giving us back-to-back legal dramas, and I can’t even complain. Cheon Ji Hun is a lawyer who charges only 1,000 won ( approximately $1) — for his services which involve helping people fight against rich and powerful people and their expensive lawyers. It can’t get more badass than this. 

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The Golden Spoon

If you were born poor and found a magic golden spoon which could exchange your wretched background with a friend born into a wealthy family, would you use it? That’s what happened to Seung Cheon, a child born into a low-income family. He switches lives with his rich friend and gets a taste of wealth. But will he go back? You’ll have to wait till September 23rd to find out. 

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