Korean Dramas Releasing in April 2024: Lovely Runner, Blood Free, Chief Detective 1958 and More!

Korean Dramas Releasing in April 2024: While people might be fooled everywhere as soon as April begins, Kdrama fans are not included as we are ready for the brand new content to keep us entertained. Thus, turning the fools’ month into a month of fun and entertainment with a whole new list of Kdramas is here for us all!

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Therefore, we bring to you the list of upcoming Kdramas along with details on the upcoming episodes of some of our favourite ongoing shows. And with shows like Wonderful World, The Impossible Heir, Queen of Tears and others coming to an end in April, we surely want to know which Kdramas to add to our list to get over the post-drama depression.

With this, let us begin our list of Korean dramas releasing in April!

List of Korean Dramas Releasing in April 2024!

April 3

The Impossible Heir Episodes 11 and 12

The finale brings the face-off between the two ex-best friends as they move towards their goals and only one can be the winner in this battle. Who will win the final face-off? Directed by Min Yeon-hong, the series stars Lee Jae-wook, Lee Jun-young, Hong Su-zu, Choi Jin-ho, Kim Ho-jung, and other cast members. Watch the drama on Disney+.

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April 12

Wonderful World Episode 11

Following his mother’s death, Seon-yul is hell-bent on going forward with his plan to destroy Soo-hyun; but Soo-hyun has something that may change his mind. Directed by Lee Seung-young, the drama stars Kim Nam-joo, Cha Eun-woo, Kim Kang-woo, Im Se-mi, Won Mi-kyung, and other cast members. Watch the drama on Disney+.

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April 13

Queen of Tears Episode 9

Hae-in’s illness gets worse while Hyun-woo’s situation makes it harder for him to stay by her side. Will he be able to stick to her side until the end or will the villains separate the two and make use of their situation? Directed by Kim Hee-won and Jang Young-woo, the drama stars Kim Soo-hyun, Kim Ji-won, Park Sung-hoon, Kwak Dong-yeon, Lee Joo-bin, and Kim Gab-soo, alongside other cast members. Watch the drama on Netflix.

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April 5

Parasyte The Grey

First on this list is the horror sci-fi that we are excited about as it brings the story of parasites that take over the human brain. However, fighting these parasites is a group of people consisting of a woman who has the parasite cohabitating in her arm, a man out to find his sister and a woman who is part of a special task force that is out to eradicate these parasites.

Directed by Yeon Sang-ho, the drama stars Jeon So-nee, Koo Kyo-hwan, Lee Jung-hyun, Kwon Hae-hyo, and Kim In-kwon, alongside other cast members. The drama is set to release on Netflix.

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April 8

Lovely Runner

Next, we have a fantasy rom-com where a fan goes back in time to save the idol who once offered solace to her when she needed it the most. After the passing away of her idol, the young woman is given a chance to go meet her idol as a high-schooler, and there begins her journey to save the person with everything that she has got.

Directed by Boo Sung-chul, Yoon Jong-ho, and Kim Tae-yeong, the drama stars Byeon Woo-seok, Kim Hye-yoon, Song Geon-hee, Lee Seung-hyub, Jung Young-joo, and Sung Byung-sook, alongside other cast members. The tvN drama will be available for streaming on Viki.

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April 10

Blood Free

This thrilling Sci-Fi brings the story of an organisation that shoots to the top with their genetically engineered cultured meat that sweeps the meat market. However, messing with an industry this big is not something that is welcomed with open arms and brings about a heap of trouble for the founder. But this is not the end, as this organisation has a bigger task hidden behind this front.

Directed by Park Chul-hwan and written by Lee Soo-yeon, the drama stars Ju Ji-hoon, Han Hyo-joo, Lee Hee-joon, Lee Moo-saeng, Park Ji-yeon, and other cast members. The drama is set to stream on Disney+.

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April 13

Missing Crown Prince

This rom-com brings a Joseon-era twist to the story of a crown prince who is kidnapped by his to-be bride before their wedding. While confusion brews everywhere, the story slowly unfolds and romance begins between the two as they run for their lives. This is a drama that is sure to leave you laughing and falling in love with the characters.

Directed by Kim Jin-man, the drama stars Suho, Hong Ye-ji, Myung Se-bin, Kim Min-kyu, Kim Joo-heon, and Yoo Se-rye, alongside other cast members. The drama is set to broadcast on MBN.

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April 19

Chief Detective 1958

Bringing the prequel of the Kdrmaa Chief Detective, this series shines light upon the character Park Young-han from his heydays. The young detective Park is shocked to see the way human lives are treated after his transfer to Seoul and takes it upon himself to fight the corruption spreading everywhere.

Directed by Kim Sung-hoon, the drama stars Lee Je-hoon, Lee Dong-hwi, Choi Woo-sung, Yoon Hyun-soo, Seon Eun-soo, and Choi Deok-moon, alongside other cast members. The drama is set to broadcast on MBC.

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Which of these dramas are you excited about? Let us know in the comments below!

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