Best Korean dramas airing in September 2021!

In this article we will share to you list of new korean dramas that airing in september to fill your days and your life with tears, joy and happiness. Alright, let’s dive right to it and make sure you watch some of these to keep your soul alive.

Yumi’s Cells

Yumi cells is actually a story about Yu Mi (Kim Go-Eun). She is an ordinary single working woman that is not good at expressing her feelings. Through her romantic relationship and work, she grows as a person and finds happiness in her daily life.

Yu-Mi has cells in her brain that represent different emotions like love, violence, rationality, good, and bad. These tiny cells in her brain work actively for her. They deal with her emotions and troubles. This Kdrama will start airing on September 17, 2021.

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Credit to TVING 

Main cast:

  • Kim Go-eun as Kim Yu-mi
  • Ahn Bo-hyun as Gu Woong
  • Lee Yoo-bi as Ruby
  • Park Ji-hyun as Seo Sae-yi
  • Park Jin-young as Yoo Ba-bi

Genre: Romance, comedy

Squid Game

Squid Game is a story about Ki-Hoon (Lee Jung-Jae) miserable ife. after gets fired from his job. Ki-Hoon hears about a secret survival game, with a 45.6 billion won prize for the winner. He decides to take part in the game. 

Meanwhile, Sang-Woo (Park Hae-Soo), who is like a brother to Ki-Hoon also just facing a crisis due to mismanage the company funds, so he end up decided to take part in the secret survival game with him.

Sang-Woo grew up in the same neighborhood with Ki-Hoon, however, despite his poor family background, Sang-Woo graduated from a prestigious university and found a good job. This kdrama will start airing on September 17, 2021.

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Credit to Netflix Korea

Main cast:

  • Lee Jung-jae as Ki-hun
  • Park Hae-soo as Sang-woo
  • Heo Sung-tae as Duk-su
  • Wi Ha-joon as Joon-ho

Genre: Thriller, mystery, action

The Veil

The Veil is a story about Han Ji-Hyuk (Namkoong Min), the best agent at the National Intelligence Service (NIS). He was admired by his peers, but then he put the NIS in a crisis and went missing.

1 year later, Han Ji-Hyuk returns to the NIS to find the traitor that caused him to fall into the bottomless pit. The veil will start airing on September 17, 2021

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Credit to MBC

Main cast:

  • Nam Goong-min as Han Ji-hyuk
  • Park Ha-sun as Seo Soo-yeon
  • Kim Ji-eun as Yoo Je-yi

Genre: Crime, mystery, action

D.P.

D.P Dog Day is based on a popular webtoon that garnered over 10 million views. The drama will tell the story of Ahn Joon-ho (Jung Hae-in), a private who is tasked with locating and capturing military deserters.

Jung Hae-in, Koo Kyo-hwan, Kim Sung-hyun, and Son Seok-koo have been cast as the main characters who will explore abuse and human rights issues in the military. This movie will start airing on August 27, 2021

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Credit to Netflix Korea 

Main cast:

  • Jung Hae-in as Ahn Joon-ho
  • Koo Kyo-hwan as Han Ho-yul
  • Kim Sung-kyun as Park Bum-goo
  • Son Seok-koo as Im Ji-sub

Genre: Military, drama

Dali and the Cocky Prince

Dali and the Cocky prince korean drama is a story revolves Jin Moo-Hak (Kim Min-Jae) and Kim Dal-Ri ( Park Gyu Young) who end up develop chemistry to one another.

Jin Moo Hak ( Kim Min Jae) is the second son from a family that runs the global restaurant franchise firm Dondon F&B. The company started from a gamjatang (pork bone stew) restaurant. He lacks education, but has an excellent ability to make money.

Meanwhile, Kim Dal-Ri (Park Gyu-Young) is a visiting researcher of an art gallery. She is the only chid of a prestigious family. Kim Dal-Ri can speak 7 different languages and she has a good personality, but she is not very good at doing household chores like cooking. This kdrama will start airing on September 22, 2021.

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Credit to @kbsdrama

Main cast:

  • Park Gyu-young as Kim Dal-ri
  • Kim Min-jae as Jin Moo-hak

Genre: Romance, comedy

High Class

Highclass korean drama is a story of Danny Oh (Ha-Joon) who used to be a promising ice hockey player, but got injured and end up quit ice hockey. Now, he begins work as a teacher at a prestigious international school in Jeju island.

Due to handsome teacher Danny Oh, women at the school, including female teachers, students’ mothers, and female students make a fuss. Yet, Danny Oh is a mysterious person who hides secret. This kdrama aired since September 6, 2021.

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Credit to tvN

Main cast:

  • Cho Yeo-jung as Song Yeo-wool
  • Kim Jee-soo as Nam Ji-sun
  • Park Se-jin as Hwang Na-yoon
  • Ha Joon as Danny Oh
  • Gong Hyun-joo as Cha Do-young

Genre: Suspense, mystery

Hometown

Hometown korean drama set the story in 1999, where Choi Hyung-In (Yoo Jae-Myung) works as a detective. 10 years before, his wife died in a terrorist attack and he still carries guilt over her death. One day, he investigates a murder case that took place in a small town that related to the terrorists who killed his wife. This kdrama will start airing on September 22, 2021.

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Credit to tvN

Main cast:

  • Yoo Jae-myung as Choi Hyung-in
  • Han Ye-ri as Jo Jung-hyun
  • Uhm Tae-goo as Jo Kyung-ho

Genre: Horror, thriller, mystery

Lost

Lost korean drama is a story revolving around a 40-year-old woman and a 27-year-old man. The 40-year-old woman works as a ghost writer that never achieved anything in her life and doesn’t know where to go with her life while the 27-year-old man is afraid that he might end up as a nobody. This kdrama will start airing on September 4, 2021.

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Credit to CJ Entertainment 

Main cast:

  • Jeon Do-yeon as Lee Boo-jung
  • Ryu Joon-yeol as Lee Kang-jae

Genre: Melodrama

How do you think about these new korean drama that airing on september 2021? Are you excited with these korean dramas? Let us know in the comments below!

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