6 New K-dramas to Watch in May 2023

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When: May 10 | Where: Disney+ Hotstar

Park Yoon-jo (Lee Yeon-hee) is a new employee in the PR department of a large firm. What Yoon-jo lacks in qualifications and experience, she more than makes up for in tenacity and drive.

My Perfect Stranger

When: May 1 | Where: Viki
Calm and sweet, Yoon Hae-joon (Kim Dong-wook) has toiled hard to climb the ladder at his broadcasting company and become the youngest news reporter ever. Baek Yoon-young (Jin Ki-joo) aspires to become a writer but is working at a publishing house to make ends meet.

All That We Loved

When: May 5 | Where: Viki
K-pop group Exo-K’s Sehun and Jo Joon-young play polar opposite best friends, Go Yoo and Go Joon-hee respectively. The two might bicker all day but care for one another deeply, with Go Yoo even donating a kidney to Joon-hee when the latter was in need.

Delightfully Deceitful

When: May 29 | Where: Netflix (select regions)
As Lee Ro-woom, Chun Woo-hee plays a delightfully deceitful scam artist who has wielded her gift of the gab to amass a fortune. An addition to K-dramas’ long line of psychopaths, Ro-woom has no empathy.

Black Knight

When: May 12 | Where: Netflix
With Black Knight, K-dramas take yet another stab at sci-fi – a genre they haven’t quite been successful with. Kim Woo-bin (Our Blues) stars as a deliveryman, Knight 5-8, in a dystopian world where most of South Korea has been reduced to dust by pollution.

Tale of Nine-Tailed 1938

When: May 6 | Where: Amazon Prime Video (select regions)
A follow-up to the popular 2020 series Tale of the Nine-TailedTale of Nine-Tailed 1938 revolves around Lee Yeon (Lee Dong-wook), a mountain spirit who unexpectedly travels back to 1938.

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