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With the new year has come new K-Dramas and so far, 2022 seems to be a very promising year! February of 2022 will be the month when dramas that fans have been waiting for eagerly, featuring the screen comebacks of some incredible actors, will finally air, which is reason enough to be excited for the same.
If you’ve been looking for a comprehensive list of dramas that should be on your watchlist for February, you’re in the right place! Here are our top 5 K-Dramas that we definitely recommend for February of 2022!
Cast: Kim TaeRi, Nam JooHyuk, WJSN’s Bona, Choi HyunWook, and Lee JuMyeong
Summary: “Twenty-Five Twenty-One” is a drama about the romantic story of two people who first met when they were 22 and 18, then again four years later at 25 and 21. The story follows the pure and fierce growth of immature youth and the excitement and difficulties between friendship and love.
Reasons to watch: The playful and innocent story of young people in love as they navigate their formative years in life never gets old. The nostalgic vibes will have you reliving an era you’ve never even seen. “Twenty Five Twenty One” will premiere on February 12, 2022.
Cast: Kim HyeSoo, Kim MuYeol
Summary: “Juvenile Justice” revolves around the juvenile courthouse where a tough judge who despises juvenile delinquents is newly appointed to the juvenile justice department of the Yeonhwa District Court.
Reasons to watch: “Juvenile Justice” explores a side of legal dramas that is very underrated yet extremely interesting at the same time: juvenile offenders, the myriad dilemmas surrounding young people committing crimes, and the importance/scope of reformation. Needless to say, this will be a gripping drama that you do not want to miss. You can watch “Juvenile Justice” on Netflix on and from February 25, 2022.
Cast: Song Kang, Park MinYoung, Yoon Park and Girls’ Day’s YuRa
Summary: “Forecasting Love And Weather” tells the stories of people working at the National Weather Service and how they navigate their professional and personal lives. It depicts the cheerful love story of people who have ups and downs at their workplace.
Reasons to watch: The Queen of office romance dramas Park MinYoung is back with the brightest rising star of the Korean entertainment industry, Song Kang, to give us yet another romance that will most definitely be unforgettable. Get ready for the romance of the year, coming to Netflix on February 12, 2022!
Cast: Son YeJin, Jeon MiDo, Kim JiHyun
Summary: Starring Son YeJin as Cha MiJo, Jeon MiDo as Jeong ChanYoung, and Kim JiHyun as Jang JooHee, this is a drama depicting the real human experience of the friendship, love, and life of three women who are about to reach the age of 40.
Reasons to watch: “Thirty, Nine” is a revolutionary and much-needed story for more reasons than one. Not only is it female-driven but it is also inherently feminist in nature, which enhances its appeal and social import, especially in this day and age. In addition, the realistic story of women in their forties will resonate with a wide audience. “Thirty, Nine” premieres on February 16, 2022!
Cast: Ahn HyoSeop, Kim SeJeong
Summary: An ordinary office worker disguises herself and goes on a blind date with her charming boss in the place of her friend, only to end up being proposed to the day after.
Reasons to watch: A sweet yet chaotic love story that incorporates every trope we love in romantic comedies, from mistaken identity to possible contract marriage and more, “A Business Proposal” will definitely be a feel-good drama that will give you all the butterflies you could have imagined. “A Business Proposal” premieres on February 21, 2022.
Which of these K-Dramas will you be watching? Share your thoughts with Kpopmap in the comments section down below!
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