K-Drama releases in March: Which ones have you started watching?

There’s just so much to stream.. where do we begin!

March is an exciting month for new K-Drama realses, and if nothing else, we can’t watch to reach the end of The Glory 2. It’s been a while since we saw such a riveting show with the female lead as its principal character. With the immense popularity of Descendants of the Sun and the stellar response to The Glory, Song Hye Ko establishes herself as one of K-world’s top tier. That aside, here’s what to stream in the coming days:

Diary of a Prosecutor


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This one’s a bit like Hometown Cha Cha Cha, where the female lead relocates to a small town, leaving behind an active city life. But instead of a romantic life, the drama delves into the hectic lives of prosecutors. All that apart, take our word and watch this series for Lee Sung Jae.. there, we said it!

Kill BokSoon


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This one releases on Mar 31, and we recommend watching this one purely for the acting chops of female lead Jeon Do Yeon. She plays an ordinary single mum who tries to afford the best education for her daughter in the ongoing Crash Course in Romance, and will flip the switch to play an assassin in Kill BokSoon. We’re looking forward to this crime-action film like none other.

Divorce Attorney Shin


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This ongoing drama is a different watch than the usual, as it involves multiple sub plots. As the title suggests, Cho Seung Woo plays a divorce lawyer, and solves different cases as the series progresses, eventually discovering the truth which made him take up law in the first place. It’s just a couple of episodes down and we like it so far.

Unlock My Boss


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Hilarious from the get go, this one is a fantasy Sci-fi premise, where the spirit of a murdered tech company CEO get trapped inside a smartphone. Yes, you read that right. How he teams up with a young stranger to help rescue him and uncover the murder is the basic plot of this Chae Jong Hyeop-starrer. Watch out for references to Oscar winner and one of South Korea’s biggest exports, Parasite, and Vincenzo.


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