A brand new month brings us more exciting K-content so here’s our list of October 2022 K-dramas to watch.

‘Cheer Up’

Who: Han Ji-hyun, Bae In-hyuk, Kim Hyun-jin, Jang Gyu-ri
When: October 4
Where: Viu Philippines
Plot: Do Hae-yi (Han Ji-hyun) is a student at Yeonhee University who joins a cheerleading squad for the money. It’s a coming-of-age series with Hae-yi and her squad experiencing the joy of campus life and falling in love.

‘Bad Prosecutor’

Who: Doh Kyung-soo, Lee Se-hee, Ha Joon, Joo Bo-young
When: October 5
Where: Viu Philippines
Plot: D.O. returns to the small screen as the delinquent prosecutor Jin Jung. He uses unconventional methods in order to punish the corrupt and greedy who are taking advantage of the underprivileged.

‘Love is for Suckers’

Who: Lee Da-hee, Choi Si-won
When: October 5
Where: You can watch this on Viki if you have a VPN.
Plot: This romantic-comedy series is about two long-time best friends who unexpectedly meet in a reality dating show. While working on the show, they develop romantic feelings for each other.


Who: Jeon Yeo-been, Nana, Lee Dong-hwi, Ryu Kyung-soo
When: October 7
Where: Netflix
Plot: Jeon Yeo-been is Hong Ji-hyo, a woman whose boyfriend disappears one night. She believes he was taken by aliens and so she tries to track him down with the help of a community of UFO watchers.

‘Vengeance of the Bride’/ ‘The Bride of the Typhoon’

Who: Park Ha-na, Kang Ji-seop, Park Yoon-jae, Oh Seung-ah
When: October 10
Where: TBA
Plot: Eun Seo-yeon (Park Ha-na) is a woman determined to take retribution for her parents’ tragedy. She plans the best revenge as she marries the son of her archenemy.

‘The Witch’s Game’/ ‘Game of Witches’

Who: Jang Seo-hee, Oh Chang-seok, Kim Gyu-seon, Han Ji-wan
When: October 11
Where: TBA
Plot: This is a revenge drama about two mothers and their fight against an evil spirit who sacrificed their daughters.


Who: Shin Ha-kyun, Han Ji-min, Lee Jung-eun, Jung Jin-young
When: October 14
Where: You can watch this on TVING if you have a VPN.
Plot: This sci-fi drama is set in the year 2032. Science reporter Jae Hyun (Shin Ha-kyun) is struggling to come to terms with his wife’s death. One day he receives a message from her, telling him to go to Yonder, a mysterious place which exists between life and death.

‘The Queen’s Umbrella’

Who: Kim Hye-soo, Kim Hae-sook, Choi Won-young
When: October 15
Where: Netflix
Plot: Queen Hwaryeong (Kim Hye-soo) abandons grace and dignity as she struggles to groom her troublemaker sons into princes fit for the crown.

‘May I Help You’/ ‘One Hundred Won Butler’

Who: Lee Hyeri, Lee Jun-young
When: October 19
Where: TBA
Plot: Baek Dong-yu (Hyeri) has a special ability that allows her to see and talk to the dead. She grants the dead their last wishes with the help of Kim Jib-sa (Lee Jun-young), who will do any errand for 100 won.


Who: Jin Sun-kyu, Jeon Jong-seo, Chang Ryul
When: October 28
Where: You can watch this on TVING if you have a VPN.
Plot: No Hyung-soo (Jin Sun-kyu) gets a big surprise when he visits a motel to see Park Joo-young (Jeon Jong-seo). He is surrounded by people who have come to buy his organs. While the organ auction is being conducted, an earthquake occurs and they struggle to survive as the building collapses.

‘Curtain Call’

Who: Ha Ji-won, Kang Ha-neul, Go Doo-shim, Sung Dong-il, Kwon Sang-woo
When: October 30
Where: TBA
Plot: Ja Geum-soon (Go Doo-shim) is a hotel chain owner in South Korea who defected from North Korea during the war. Meanwhile, Yoon Jae-heon (Kang Ha-neul) is a theater actor who agrees to act as Geum-soon’s grandson in order to fulfill her last wish to be reunited with her family.

‘Shadow Detective’

Who: Lee Sung-min, Jin Goo, Kyung Soo-jin, Lee Hak-joo
When: TBA
Where: You can watch this on Disney+ if you have a VPN.
Plot: Detective Taek-rok (Lee Sung-min) is about to retire from the police force. When his partner gets into trouble, he comes to his aid but suddenly blacks out. He awakens to discover that he has been framed for a murder and gets blackmailed to reinvestigate his former cases.

Stay tuned for more updates as new information comes in about these much-awaited October 2022 K-dramas. Meanwhile, check out our September 2022 K-dramas list.

Myla writes news stories for a living and watches K-dramas for leisure. She enjoys doing both for Hallyudorama.

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