Time passes so fast and now, another month will begin and new Korean dramas will be added to our watch list!
The online streaming platform, Netflix aired various Korean dramas and they have something new to watch out in the month of October.
Check out the three highly-anticipated K-dramas below:
Private Lives starring Go Kyung Pyo and Girls’ Generation’s Seohyun will air this coming October 7 at 10 PM PST.
This Wednesday-Thursday drama delves into the private lives of public figures in a society where there is a little ‘real’ privacy within.
Cha Joo Eun (Seohyun), Jeong Bok Gi (Kim Hyo Jin), and Kim Jae Wook (Kim Young Min) are con artists that seek to reveal the private lives of the people.
Go Kyung Pyo, on the other hand, plays the character of Lee Jeong Hwan who is a mysterious manager at a large company compelling a secret identity.
Do Do Sol Sol La La Sol
Do Do Sol Sol La La Sol starring Go Ara and Lee Jae Wook is a drama with a touch of music that revolves around a bubbly pianist named Rara who faces great misfortune.
Despite the mishap, she manages to positively look forward in life and meets the mysterious guy named Sunwoo Jun (Lee Jae Wook) who is running away from his past.
The two will help each other in building and molding their different lives as Jun lends money and help Rara to be financially stable while Rara helps Jun to open up and express his feelings.
Do Do Sol Sol La La Sol is a Wednesday-Thursday drama premieres on October 7 at 10 PM PST.
Start-Up starring Bae Suzy and Nam Joo Hyuk depicts the life of the young people who passionately pursuing their dreams in the world of start-up companies.
Bae Suzy plays the character of Seo Dal Mi, who dreams of becoming Korea’s Steve Jobs.
Along with her is Nam Joo Hyuk playing the role of Nam Do San, a former kid math whiz and now a founder of a struggling company, Samsan Tech.
Both of them share a connection from the past and seek success as they work hard to achieve their goals in this start-up settings.
Start-Up is a Saturday-Sunday drama set to air this October 17 at 10 PM PST.
Watch Start-Up’s trailer below: