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4 K-Dramas We Can't Wait to Watch This 2020

We can't wait for these new releases!
4 K-Dramas We Can't Wait to Watch This 2020
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We can't wait for these new releases!

Ah, the Korean drama craze. Where do we even begin? It's just the third month of 2020 but so much has already happened in the realm of K-drama, with Crash Landing On You taking the Hallyu world by storm, and Park Seo Joon making it difficult for us to contain our excitement as we wait in anticipation for the newest episodes of Itaewon Class

We totally think that the K-drama gods are not letting us calm down anytime soon, because it looks like we're about to be flooded with new shows to look forward to in the coming months. Prepare to binge these shows soon!

1. Kingdom 2

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Who can forget the heart-stopping zombie chases and intense political clashes in the Netflix original, Kingdom? Starring Ju Ji-hoon, Ryu Seung-ryong, and Bae Doo-na, the zombie thriller series follows the journey of Joseon Dynasty's crown prince to fight for the throne and find a cure to the growing pandemic.

Release date: March 2020

2. 365: A Year Against Destiny

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Set in a world where time travel possible, this adaptation of the Japanese thriller novel entitled Repeat, focuses on the story of ten people who are given the chance to go back in time to fix their mistakes and reset their prior lives. It stars Lee Joon-hyuk and Nam Ji-hyun, who, along with eight others, discover the price that comes with the privilege bestowed to them by the gods of time. 

Release date: March 2020

3. The King: Eternal Monarch 

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From the celebrated screenwriter Kim-Eun-sook comes another fantasy romance masterpiece, The King: Eternal Monarch. Set in a fictional empire and in present-day Korea, Emperor Lee Gon (Lee Min-ho) teams up with modern-day detective Jung Tae-eul (Kim Go-eun) to close the portal between their worlds and protect their people from villains trying to cause havoc.

Release date: April 2020

4. Love Alarm 2

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Love Alarm fans, rejoice! The second season of the sci-fi romantic drama is rumored to take flight this year, and we'll be seeing more of the love triangle between Hwang Sun-oh (Song Kang), Lee Hye-yeong (Jung Ga-ram), and Kim Jojo (Kim So-hyun). Will the Love Alarm app dictate where her heart should belong to? We can't wait to know either! 

Tentative release date: August 2020 

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