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10 Shows We’re Excited to Binge (and Re-Binge) in September 2020

Updated: Sep 24, 2020

By Rachael Lovette

Let’s be honest. We’ve got a lot of time on our hands right now. While some of us are baking our way through our Pinterest boards, others (myself included) are binging any and everything (remember Tiger King?). Here are all the K-Dramas we can’t wait to watch (or rewatch) on streaming services in September 2020.

It’s Okay to Not Be Okay

An extraordinary road to emotional healing emerges when an antisocial children's book writer (Seo Ye-ji) and a selfless psych ward caretaker (Kim Soo-hyun) cross paths. [Available now on Netflix]

Record of Youth

Two actors (Park Bo Gum & Byun Woo Suk) and a makeup artist (Park So-Dam) fight to make their own way in a world that weighs the backgrounds they were born into more than their dreams. [Two new episodes weekly starting Sept 7th on Netflix]

Crash Landing on You

The absolute top secret love story of a chaebol heiress (Son Ye-jin) who made an emergency landing in North Korea because of a paragliding accident and a North Korean special officer (Hyun Bin) who hides and protects her. [Available now on Netflix]

More Than Friends

Due to a misunderstanding, Lee Soo (Ong Seong-Wu) and Kyung Woo-Yeon (Sin Ye-Eun) have had a crush on each other for over 10 years. [Debuts on Viki on September 18th]

Love Alarm

In a world where an app alerts people if someone in the vicinity likes them, Kim Jojo (Kim So-hyun) experiences young love (Song Kang & Jung Ga-ram) while coping with personal adversities. [Season 2 drops on Netflix in 2021]

Love Revolution

Gong Ju Young (Park Ji Hoon) is a 17-year-old high school student who thinks he has found love at school when he falls for Wang Ja Rim (Lee Ruby) at first sight. But winning her heart won’t be easy. [Debuts on Viki on September 1st]

The School Nurse Files

Wielding a glowing sword through the dark corners of a high school, a nurse (Ahn Eun-young) with an unusual gift protects students and teachers (Nam Joo-hyuk) from monsters only she can see. [Two new episodes weekly starting Sept 25th on Netflix]

Do You Like Brahms?

Follow the dreams and love of classical music students (Park Eun Bin, Kim Min Jae, & Park Ji Hyun) who find their own happiness while perfecting their craft. [New episodes every Monday and Tuesday starting August 31st on Viki]

Do Do Sol Sol La La Sol

A romantic comedy about an energetic pianist named Goo Ra-ra (Go Ara) and part-time employee at multiple jobs Seon Woo-joon (Lee Jae-wook) and those who gather in Lala Land; a small piano institute in the countryside with its own secrets and pain. [New episodes every Wednesday and Thursday starting August 26th on Netflix]

When I was the Most Beautiful

Oh Ye-Ji (Lim Soo-Hyang) is a ceramic artist. She dreams of finding ordinary happiness, but life throws her for a loop when she falls in love with brothers Seo Hwan (Ji Soo) and Seo Jin (Ha Seok-Jin). [New episodes every Monday and Tuesday starting August 19th on Viki]

Rachael Lovette is an accounts executive specializing in no-BS articles for creatives, an advocate for model safety, and a pop culture buff. Check out her Instagram.

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