The most worth-watching Korean dramas will premiere next April.

1. Queenmaker — April 14

Netflix describes the thrilling political drama: “After a tragic accident, a powerful fixer uses her skills to transform a civil rights lawyer into the next mayor—and take down her former employer.

2. Doctor Cha — April 15

In Doctor Cha, also known as Doctor Cha Jung SookCha Jung Sook (played by Uhm Jung Hwa) spent twenty years as a housewife to her chief surgeon husband. She then decides to restart her career as a doctor, picking up where she left off as a medical resident.

3. Decoy Part 2 — April 7

Starring Jang Geun Suk, season two of Decoy continues the journey of the main cast as they hunt down an evil con artist and learn new discoveries about each other.

4. Stealer: The Treasure Keeper — April 12

Joo Won plays a thief in Stealer: The Treasure Keeper, who teams up with an unofficial team called Karma to recover stolen cultural assets and punish those who escape the law.

5. The Fate of Heaven — April 17

The Fate of Heaven lays out the lives of two women who have ended up on different paths since childhood.

6. Bo Ra! Deborah — April 12

Bo Ra! Deborah is a romantic comedy starring Yoo In Na as a best-selling author under the pen name Deborah. Despite gaining fame as a dating coach and offering love advice through her book, Deborah’s reality as her true self Bo Ra is entirely different.

7. Dr. Romantic 3 — April 28

The Dr. Romantic cast returns for season three to give viewers even more of Teacher Kim and the medical staff who support him.

8. The Good Bad Mother — April 26

In The Good Bad Mother, a prosecutor with a cold personality focuses on his career and turns away from his “bad” mother, who raised him strictly. An unfortunate accident leaves him like a child, causing him to return home to his mother and begin a new life.

9. Queen of the Mask — April 24

Queen of the Mask uncovers the events of a murder that involved four friends. Three of them pinned the blame on the fourth, causing her to flee to the U.S. Ten years later, the fourth friend returns and is determined to discover the truth.

10. Paper Moon — April 10

Yoo Yi Hwa plays a bored housewife with an indifferent husband in Paper Moon—before everything takes a significant turn. She takes on a contract job at a bank, boosting her confidence but turning her life upside down when she embezzles money from VIP clients.

11. Family: The Unbreakable Bond — April 17

Starring veteran actors Jang Hyuk and Jang Na RaFamily: The Unbreakable Bond blends drama and comedy with spy action. Jang Hyuk plays a dangerous secret agent undercover as an ordinary office employee. Jang Na Ra plays his wife, who doesn’t know about his double life but will do anything to protect her family.

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