K-dramas releasing in September 2022 on Netflix, prime & Tvn

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Once Upon a small time

The film Once Upon A Small Town is based on Park Ha-web min's novel of the same name. It will be made available to stream on Netflix from September 5

Narco-Saints

An new crime drama on Netflix centres on businessman Kang In-su who unwittingly stumbles into the centre of a Korean-run drug ring. The series will premiere on Netflix

Little women

Little Women, a K-drama based on Louisa May Alcott's book of the same name, premieres on Netflix and tvN on September 3.

The law cafe

The Law Cafe, which debuts on September 5, features Lee Seung-gi and Lee Se-young in the key roles.

Love in contract

Park Min-young is back with yet another romantic comedy after a great run on Forecasting Love and Weather. Premiering on Tvn from september 1

Golden spoon

To premiere on Netflix.Next on the list of upcoming Korean dramas is The Golden Spoon, starring Yook Sung-jae of BTOB and Jung Chae-yeon of DIA.

Mental Coach Jegal

To premiere on Tvn from September 12. In the role of Mental Coach Jegal, Jung Woo from a Model family returns to the back screen Squid Game's Lee Yoo-mi will be joining him on the cast.

Blind

K-pop artists Jung Eun-ji from Apink and Ok Taec-yeon from 2PM play key parts in the upcoming mystery drama Blind. The first episode will premiere on September 16 on The OCN and tvN.

May it please the court

In a brand-new legal drama on Disney+, Jung Ryeo-won plays No Chak-hee, a lawyer at a prestigious firm who is on pace to make a partner.

The Empire of Law

After a three-year absence, veteran actress Kim Sun-a makes a comeback as prosecutor Han Hye-rul. to debut on JTBC on September 16

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