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10 New Korean Dramas to Watch in 2018

K- dramas are addictive and can result in serious binge-watching sessions. Here are 10 new k-dramas to watch in 2018.

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Evergreen

Evergreen

Oh Soo (Lee Jong-Hyun) is a man in his 20's and works as a promising engineer in the IT field, a cafe owner and a barista. He is smart and handsome. He plays cupid for you men and women by using a mysterious pollen. Due to the pollen, he falls in love with Seo Yoo-Ri (Kim So-Eun) who is also in her 20's.

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Longing Heart

Longing Heart

My First Love is a 2018 fantasy South Korean television series starring Lee Jung-shin, Seo Ji-hoon and Lee Yeol-eum. It is based on the webcomic by the same title, released in 2015.

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Radio Romance

Radio Romance

An amateur writer, who grew up listening to the radio with her visually-impaired mother, works for a radio programme and faces certain challenges and obstacles in her job.

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Reunited Worlds

Reunited Worlds

Reunited Worlds is about teenage friends that are the same age, but after the man (Yeo Jin Goo) dies in an accident at 19, he mysteriously reappears 12 years later looking the same while the woman (Lee Yeon Hee) is now 31. They rekindle their relationship while he also works to bring healing to his friends and family after the hardships they suffered because of his death.

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Mother

Mother

Hye Na, young girl, is abused by her mother Ja Young. Although she is not okay, she tells other people she is alright. However, Soo Jin, a temporary teacher at Hye Na's elementary school, becomes aware of her situation and makes the impulsive decison to kidnap and become her mother.

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Cross

Cross

Cross is about a man (Go Kyung Pyo) who becomes a doctor in order to get revenge by taking the lives of those responsible for his father’s death, but he slowly grows and learns the true meaning of being a doctor.

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Spring Has Come

Spring Has Come

Spring Has Come is a Japanese television series starring Kai and Kana Kurashina. The series is based on a novel with the same name and is written by Kuniko Mukōda.

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Live

Live

Live is a 2018 South Korean television series Starring Lee Kwang Soo and Jung Yoo Mi, Live tells a story of the police officers.

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Children of a Lesser God

Children of a Lesser God

Children of a Lesser God is a South Korean television series starring Kang Ji-hwan and Kim Ok-bin.

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Manhole

Manhole

For 28 years, Bong Pil (Kim Jae Joong) has loved only one woman: His childhood friend Kang Soo Jin (Uee). But Soo Jin is getting married to a pharmacist fiance in a week, and there seems to be nothing he can do about it. One day, by pure coincidence, Bong Pil slips down a manhole and discovers he can time travel back and forth through it. Could a strange turn of fate bring Bong Pil and Kang Soo Jin together?