Here’s our ultimate list of September 2022 K-dramas and find out where to watch them. Whether you’re looking for slice-of-life, romance, comedy, action or mystery thriller, we’ve got you covered.

Good Job

Who: Jung Il-woo, Kwon Yuri
When: August 24
Where: IQIYI
Plot: Jung Il-woo is Eun Seon-woo, a genius chaebol who lives a double life as a private detective. He gets involved with Don Se-ra, played by Yuri, a woman who has super vision. Together, they investigate cases.

Critical X

Who: Kwon Sang-woo, Sung Dong-il, Im Se-mi
When: September 2
Where: You can watch this on Wavve if you have VPN and can sign up for an account.
Plot: It’s described as a “hyperrealistic comedy drama” based on an essay about the crises of each generation. Kwon Sang-woo is Mr. A, who’s struggling to survive after being urged to resign, losing his wealth and facing the realities of aging.

Little Women

Who: Kim Go-eun, Nam Ji-hyun, Park Ji-hoo, Wi Ha-joon
When: September 3
Where: Netflix
Plot: Kim Go-eun, Nam Ji-hyun, and Park Ji-hoo play three sisters from a poor background in this K-drama loosely based on Louisa May Alcott’s classic “Little Women.” The sisters get involved in a case against Korea’s most influential and richest family.

The Law Cafe

Who: Lee Seung-gi, Lee Se-young
When: September 5
Where: Viu Philippines
Plot: Kim Jeong-ho (Lee Seung-gi) is a former prosecutor who owns a building that houses a cafe that serves coffee and legal advice. He’s friends with Kim Yoo-ri (Lee Se-young), an eccentric lawyer who opens the “Law Cafe.”

Once Upon A Small Town

Who: Park Soo-yeong, Choo Young-woo, Baek Sung-chul
When: September 5
Where: Netflix
Plot: A veterinarian from Seoul is forced to take over his grandfather’s animal clinic in a small town. There he meets a police officer who resolves inconveniences in their village. This plot is seriously giving us “Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha” vibes and we’re all for it.

My Chilling Roommate

Who: Kim So-jeong, Jung Chan-woo/Chanwoo
When: September 6
Where: You can watch this on Viki if you have VPN and set Netherlands as your location.
Plot: Jung Se-ri (Kim So-jeong) is a woman who can see ghosts. Meanwhile, Song Ji-chan (Chanwoo) is a ghost who lost all his memories. Together they uncover the truth about Ji-chan’s death.

Narco-Saints

Who: Ha Jung-woo, Hwang Jung-min, Park Hae-soo, Jo Woo-jin and Yoo Yeon-seok
When: September 9
Where: Netflix
Plot: Kang In-goo (Ha Jung-woo) is a civilian looking to earn money. He goes to Suriname where he is jailed after cocaine was found in his belongings. He later on gets released from prison after agreeing to help the National Intelligence Service in a secret operation to take down a Korean drug king.

Mental Coach Jegal

Who: Jung Woo, Lee Yoo-mi, Kwon Yool, Park Se-young
When: September 12
Where: Viu Philippines
Plot: Jegal Gil (Jung Woo) is a former taekwondo athlete and prodigy who was banned from the national team after a scandal. He returns to the athlete’s village as a mental healthcare coach to help former and current athletes overcome a slump.

Once Again

Who: Lee Hyun-jun, Moon Ji-yong, Kang Woo-jung
When: September 15
Where: iQiyi
Plot: This BL drama tells the story of Shin Jae-woo (Moon Ji-yong), who travels to the past and reunites with his hero Kang Ji-hoon (Lee Hyun-jun).

Blind

Who: Ok Taec-yeon, Ha Seok-jin, Jung Eun-ji
When: September 17
Where: Viu Philippines
Plot: Three individuals become involved in a serial murder case victimizing jury members. Detective Ryu Sung-joon (Ok Taec-yeon), Judge Ryu Sung-hoon (Ha Seok-jin), and a social worker named Jo Eun-gi (Jung Eun-ji) work together to uncover the truth.

Love in Contract

Who: Park Min-young, Go Kyung-pyo, Kim Jae-young
When: September 21
Where: Amazon Prime
Plot: Park Min-young is Choi Sang-eun, a professional wife-for-hire for those looking for partners to bring to social gatherings. While providing service, she gets entangled in a love triangle with her two clients.

May It Please the Court

Who: Jung Ryeo-won, Lee Kyu-hyung
When: September 21
Where: You can watch this on Disney+ if you have VPN and can sign up for an account.
Plot: This legal mystery drama is about two lawyers who are polar opposites. Noh Chak-hee (Jung Ryeo-won) is a cold-blooded ace lawyer who has to defend a murderer. Opposite her is the oddball lawyer Jwa Shi-baek (Lee Kyu-hyung). Each episode is said to be based on real-life cases.

Seasons of Blossom

Who: Seo Ji-hoon, So Ju-yeon, Kim Min-kyu, Kang Hye-won, Yoon Hyun-soo, Oh Yu-jin
When: September 21
Where: TBA
Plot: This is an adaptation of a popular webtoon about the love and friendship of five students from Seoyeon High School. It’s a coming-of-age story that will feature a different main character for each of the four seasons.

The Golden Spoon

Who: Yook Sung-jae, Jung Chae-yeon, Yeonwoo, Lee Jong-won
When: September 23
Where: You can watch this on Disney+ if you have VPN and can sign up for an account.
Plot: This fantasy drama based on a webtoon is about a poor man who exchanges fate with his rich friend after acquiring a golden spoon. A mysterious old lady tells Lee Seung-cheon (Yook Sung-jae) to go to a friend’s house and eat with the magical spoon three times so that his parents will become his parents.

One Dollar Lawyer

Who: Namkoong Min, Kim Ji-eun
When: September 23
Where: TBA
Plot: This is a story about a skilled lawyer named Cheon Ji-hoon (Namkoong Min), who only charges 1000 won for his services. He fights against expensive lawyers representing rich clients who are trying to evade the law.

The Empire of Law’

Who: Kim Sun-ah, Ahn Jae-wook, Lee Mi-sook
When: September 24
Where: Viu Philippines
Plot: Han Hye-rul (Kim Sun-ah) is a prosecutor who comes from a family with wealth and power. She is an ambitious woman who wants to succeed without her family ties. Meanwhile, her family continues to amass wealth by using the law on their side.

Three Siblings Bravely

Who: Lee Ha-na, Im Joo-hwan, Kim So-eun
When: September 24
Where: TBA
Plot: This family drama follows the lives of three siblings and the romance between Lee Sang-joon (Im Joo-hwan) and Kim Tae-joo (Lee Ha-na). Sang-joon is a successful actor who is reunited with his first love Tae-joo after an accident.

Gaus Electronics

Who: Kwak Dong-yeon, Ko Sung-hee, Bae Hyun-sung, Kang Min-ah
When: September 30
Where: TBA
Plot: This office drama follows the lives of employees in a marketing division of a multinational company called Gaus Electronics. It is based on a popular comedy webtoon about the funny daily lives of real-life employees.

We’ll be updating this list as new information comes in about these much-awaited September 2022 K-dramas. Also check out our August 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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