'Pachinko' to 'Tomorrow': New Korean Shows To Watch In March 2022
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So, Korean fever is all over the place. After the success of Squid Game and Hellbound, there is no stopping K-Dramas. 2022 is going to be a year of Korean movies and shows. More than 100 new movies and Korean originals will debut this year. We have already witnessed a few in All of is are Dead, Snowdrop and Juvenile Justice. In March 2022, some good Korean shows will debut across streaming platforms. Let’s have a look at new Korean shows to watch in March 2022.

Crazy Love (Streaming on Disney Plus on March 7, 2022)

The romantic comedy starring Kim Jae-wook, Krystal Jung, and Ha Jun will premiere on Disney+ on March 7, 2022.

The story revolves around a mathematical genius CEO Noh Go-Jin pretending to have amnesia after receiving death threats from an unknown person. He hatches a plan to track them down. He soon finds an unlikely partner in Lee Shin-a, an introverted, hard-working secretary whose time on earth is running out and who plans to take revenge for her poor treatment at his company.

Soundtrack #1 (Streaming on Disney Plus on March 23, 2022)

Previously titled Why Did You Come To My House, Soundtrack #1 stars Han So-hee and Park Hyung-Sik in lead roles.

The romantic mini-series revolves around two longtime friends who are music lovers. The two end up having to live together for two weeks. Their feelings for one another begin to untangle throughout the time they spend together making music.

Pachinko (Streaming on Apple TV+ on March 25, 2022)

Pachinko is an upcoming American Korean drama series directed and produced by Kogonada and Justin Chon. Starring Youn Yuh-jung, Lee Min-ho, Jin Ha and Kim Minha, the series is an adaptation of the novel of the same name by Min Jin Lee.

The show chronicles the hopes and dreams of a Korean immigrant family across four generations as they leave their homeland in an unstoppable quest to survive and succeed.

Tomorrow (Streaming on Netflix on March 25, 2022) postponed to April 1, 2022

Tomorrow is a South Korean Netflix Original series, directed by Kim Tae Yoon based on the South Korean webtoon of the same by author Llama.

The show is about a man struggling to find a job for himself despite his prestigious background. But things change once he’s hired by a company of grim reapers. The half-human half-spirit is employed in the underworld to carry out special missions.