K dramas have become a major source of entertainment for the masses all over the world. It seems like Korean TV shows have a way of captivating the audience with their lovely narratives and charismatic actors, so here’s the good news for all the fans who are eagerly waiting for new K dramas as Netflix will be releasing a bunch of the latest shows in May that might interest you all. Have a look at the list.
1. Black Knight
Black Knight is the upcoming K drama starring Kim Woo-bin, Song Seung-heon, Kang Yoo-seok and Esom in lead roles. Based on an action-thriller theme, the serial is set in a dystopian world wherein air pollution has destroyed major parts of the earth and only 1% of the people are surviving on delivery drivers for existence. An incredible knight 5-8 meets a young boy Sa-Wol, who dreams of becoming a knight and 5-8 trains him so that he can fulfil his destiny.
Release date: 12th May
2. When the Weather is Fine
This romantic drama will be the nicest pick to watch this summer and dwell into a cheerful mood all while long. The story focuses on Hae Won, who is a fellow cellist by profession but due to certain unfateful events, she quit playing the cello and moved to her hometown Bookhyun. There she meets Eun Soeb, who was also her former classmate and now owns a shop called Goodnight Bookstore. As the course of circumstances might transpire they both will undergo a severe change that might bring a new difference in their lives. The show was initially released in 2020.
Release date: 1st May
3. Doctor Cha
Doctor Cha is an ongoing show telecasting on JTBC since 12th April 2023. The show features Uhm Jung-Hwa as the main lead and depicts Cha Jung Sook, who has been a full-time housewife for almost 20 years after she took a break from studying as a doctor. After a much longer period, she decides on resuming her studies. This is a comedy-drama filled with loads of humour and fun.
4. The Good Bad Mother
Released on the 26th of April, this particular K drama has made a vital place in everyone’s hearts so far. The show airs every Thursday and Wednesday on South Korea’s standard time. Centralizing on a mother-son relationship rightfully showcases Young-Soon (mother), who owns a pig farm and has done everything in her power to provide for her son and in that process she had been hard on Kang-Ho (son). Her son has now outgrown a cold-hearted adult and as an unfortunate event would occur, both will restart a journey to come closer as a family.