5 K-dramas To Watch In February 2023
A king trying to evade a curse, high priest who suddenly turns into a K-pop idol and a girl’s pursuit to avenge the wrongs done to her. February brings a colourful platter of K-dramas from romance to thriller, fantasy to comedy. Here is our list of 5 K dramas to watch this month.
Our Blooming Youth
Park Hyung-Sik is back as Crown Prince ‘Lee Hwan’, who is under a mysterious curse and realizes that all the evil prophecies are coming to fruition. The only one who can save him is genius Min Jaw Yi (Jeon So Nee) a woman on the run for having murdered her own family.
Where To Watch: VIKI
Call It Love
Sim Woo Joo’s (Lee Sung Kyung) troubles start when her father starts dating a woman whom she dislikes. Soon after her father’s death Woo Joo is thrown out from her home by the mistress. Woo Joo swears revenge and tries to get close to the mistress’s son Hang Dong Jin(Kim Young Kwang). Dong Jin is a loner and a workaholic and Woo Joo’s best laid plans go awry when she falls in love with him.
Where to Watch: Disney+
The Heavenly Idol
Kim Min Kyu is the high priest Pontifex Lembrary who is known for his many powers. However, one day he finds himself in the body of Woo Yeon Woo also played by Kim Min Kyu. Yeon Woo is a K pop idol of Wild Animal, one of the least popular groups. But the band’s fortunes change with this sudden body swap.
Where To Watch: Viu
Pan, Priest Yohan and Mi Ho continue in their pursuit to save their island from malevolent forces. But this time they have a strong adversary in Gung Tan ( Sung Joon)
The second instalment of the Kim Nam Gil, Cha Eun Woo and Lee Da Hee fantasy thriller is back this February.
Where to Watch: Prime Video
Taxi Diver 2
Vigilante action drama is back with its second edition. Kim Do Gi (Lee Je Hoon) a one time special forces agent who after the murder of his mother is part of the Rainbow Taxi Team, a vigilante service. As a member of this team he uses his special skills to help people get revenge and serve justice.
Where To Watch: Viki