The Latest korean drama – There are eight new Korean dramas in May 2021 from various genres that are ready to accompany and entertain when you are bored. Anything? Check out the following list:
1. My Roommate is a Gumiho
My Roommate Is A Gumiho is the first Korean drama produced by iQIYI and marks the collaboration between China and Korea. The latest Korean drama 2021 is adapted from a webtoon with the same title about the love story of gumiho and a human.
Shin Woo Yeo (Jang Ki Yong) is a 999-year-old gumiho (nine-tailed fox) who works as a professor. Lee Dam (Hyeri) accidentally swallowed the beads that Shin Woo Yeo collected and could threaten his life. The two decide to stay together until they find a solution.
My Roommate is a Gumiho is the first Korean drama produced by iQIYI and marks the collaboration between China and Korea. The latest drama in 2021 is adapted from a webtoon with the same title about the love story of a gumiho and a human.
Reminiscent of the drama titled My Girlfriend is a Gumiho which aired several years ago, yes.
Cast: Jang Ki Yong, Hyeri, Bae In Hyuk, Kang Hanna
Showtimes: From May 26, 2021. Every Wednesday and Thursday at 10:30 p.m. KST on tvN.
This latest drama recommendation was adapted from a webtoon with the same title about the lives of KPop idols in the Korean entertainment industry. Imitation also stars many KPop idols, including U-KISS Lee Jun Young, three ATEEZ members Seongha, San, and Jongho, and former PRISTIN member Nayoung.
Ma Ha (Jung Ji So) is a member of the Teaparty group, along with two of his colleagues Ri A (Minseo) and Hyun Ji (Lim Na Young). They haven’t achieved success until their debut. Until finally, Teaparty participated in a reality show and met with members of the group Shax and Sparkling.
Cast: Jung Ji So, Lee Jun Young U-KISS, Yunho ATEEZ, Lim Na Young
Showtimes: May 7, 2021. Every Friday at 11:20 p.m. KST on KBS2.
3. Racket Boys
Directed by director Jo Young Gwang who previously worked on 49 Days and Hyde Jekyll, Me, Korea Racket Boys tells the story of the struggles of sixteen boys and girls to become national badminton players.
Ra Yeong Ja (Oh Na Ra) is a former legendary badminton athlete. He is currently the coach of the rural Haenam Seo Middle School badminton team. Although they are not good at first, the students thrive while participating in junior athletic championships.
Cast: Kim Sang Kyung, Oh Na Ra, Tang Joon Sang
Showtimes: From May 17, 2021. Every Monday and Tuesday at 8 p.m. KST on SBS.
4. Move to Heaven
Move to Heaven will feature another side of Lee Je Hoon who starred in the ongoing drama Taxi Driver. This Korean drama was adapted from an essay entitled ‘Things Left Behind’ by Kim Shae Byeol, which tells the story of her life after her father died.
Geu Roo (Tang Joon Sang) is a young man who suffers from Asperger’s syndrome. He runs his father’s business, ‘Move to Heaven’, and manages items left behind by deceased people. After the death of his father, his uncle Sang Koo (Lee Je Hoon) came and became his guardian.
Cast: Lee Je Hoon, Tang Joon Sang, Hong Seung Hee
Showtimes: From May 14, 2021. Every Friday at 10 p.m. KST on Netflix.
5. Youth of May
Youth of May is a reunion for Lee Do Hyun and Go Min Si who was brought together in the Korean drama Sweet Home. The new 2021 drama will replace the broadcast of River Where the Moon Rises.
The Korean drama Youth of May follows the love story of a medical student and nurse in 1980 during the Gwangju Rebellion.
Hwang Hee Tae (Lee Do Hyun) is a smart medical student who never gives up. Meanwhile, Kim Myung Hee (Go Min Si) is known to be fun and has worked as a nurse for three years.
Cast: Lee Do Hyun, Go Min Si, Lee Sang Yi, Keum Sae Rok
Showtimes: From May 3, 2021. Every Monday and Tuesday at 9:30 p.m. KST on KBS2.
Korean drama this month – This Korean drama will replace the broadcast of the Korean drama Vincenzo. Carrying the thriller genre, the Korean drama Mine tells the story of two women who try to find their identity and free themselves from world prejudice.
Seo Hee-Soo (Lee Bo Young) is a famous actress who gave up her career to marry the second son of a rich family, which runs Hyowon Group. Meanwhile, Jung Seo Hyun (Kim Seo Hyung) married the first son of the same family.
Cast: Lee Bo Young, Kim Seo Hyung, Lee Hyun Wook, Cha Hak Yeon
Showtimes: From May 8, 2021. Every Saturday and Sunday at 19:00 KST on tvN.
7. Doom at Your Service
The new 2021 drama will replace the broadcast of Navillera, starring Song Kang and Park In Hwan. Carrying a fantasy theme, the Korean drama Doom at Your Service tells the story of Tak Dong Kyung (Park Bo Young) meeting Myul Mang (Seo In Guk) and signing a 100-day contract to risk his life.
Tak Dong Kyung (Park Bo Young) is a novel editor who has worked hard since his parents died.
Meanwhile, Myul Myang (Seo In Guk) who suddenly comes into his life is a messenger between gods and humans who follow destiny without intention and passion.
Cast: Park Bo Young, Seo In Guk, Lee Soo Hyuk, Kang Tae Oh
Showtimes: From May 10, 2021. Every Monday and Tuesday at 9 p.m. KST on tvN.
8. Bossam: Steal the Fate
Korean drama this month – Set in the Joseon Dynasty, the Korean drama Bossam: Steal the Fate tells the story of a man’s changing fate when he mistakenly kidnaps a royal princess who is a widow. The latest drama 2021 marks the 10th anniversary of MBN.
Ba Woo (Jung Il Woo) is a man who likes to gamble, steal, and fight. He will do Bossam (the customary remarriage procedure by kidnapping a widow) to get money. Meanwhile, Princess Soo Kyung (Kwon Yuri), who was arranged by her family, became a widow after her husband died.
Cast: Jung Il Woo, Kwon Yuri, Shin Hyun Soo
Showtimes: From May 1, 2021. Every Saturday and Sunday at 9:40 p.m. KST on MBN.
That’s the 8th line of the latest Korean dramas to air in May 2021. Can’t wait? Watch each episode on your favorite official Korean drama streaming service.