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Here are nine K-dramas you should watch in April 2022

10 May 2022, 05:51 GMT+10

K-dramas are still taking the world by storm, and it doesn't seem like they will slow down as we enter the second quarter of 2022. While the first three months served a bevy of future classics, such as Twenty Five Twenty One and Pachinko, April looks set to shake things up with nine varied and intriguing shows, from the omnibus-styled Our Blues to the comedy-mystery-thriller The Killer's Shopping List. You will enjoy all these dramas for free in Hd Quality with subtitles in Espanol en doramasmp4. Doramas Mp4 is one of the best platforms to watch all Asian and Korean dramas in Spanish subtitles.

Melodramatics are not a problem for those who love K-drama. Are you looking for glamor and glitz? Keep an eye out for Shooting Stars. This is a set in the world of celebrities and people who strive to make it big. Green Mothers Club focuses on five mothers living in a small Seoul neighborhood.

In April, a brand new original work, Monstrous by Yeon Sangho, the director of hits such as Train to Busan or Hellbound, will be featured. Not to mention Tomorrow's long-awaited debut, initially scheduled for March.

Here are the top nine K-dramas you should watch in May 2022.

1. Again My Life

Rising prosecutor Kim Heewoo (Lee Joongi) is mysteriously murdered while investigating a corrupt politician. Kim is miraculously given a second chance at making things right after being brought back from the dead.

Again my life is based upon a web novel by Lee Hae Nal. Kim Ji-Eun plays Kim Hee-ah (the genius daughter of a conglomerate), and Jung Sang-hoon is Lee Min-soo (Kim's trusted friend and ally).

My Life will be aired on Fridays and Saturdays on SBS from April onwards. It will also be streamed on Viu in selected regions.

2. Green Mothers' Club

Starring Lee Yo-won (The Running Mates Human Rights), Chu Jahyun (My Unfamiliar Familie), Kim Kyuri (Designated Survivor for 60 Days), Jang Hyejin (The Red Sleeve), and Joo Min Kyung (Jirisan), this series will be about the friendship of five mothers who live in the same neighborhood.

Mothers with very different outlooks and personalities come together through the neighborhood association at their elementary school. They learn the value of friendship through their shared experiences of motherhood.

Starting April 6, Green Mothers' club will be broadcast every Wednesday and Thursday on JTBC. It will also be streamable on Netflix.

3. Love All Play

Love All Play is set in the world of competitive badminton and follows the (romantic!) lives of a mixed doubles pair and their team of teammates.

Star Chae Jong Hyeop leads it. He plays Park Taejoon, a young man that rekindles his passion for the sport to impress a woman. Park Ju-Hyun stars opposite him as Park Taeyang, an aspiring Olympian forced to quit badminton following a bribery controversy.

Beginning on April 20, Love All Play will be broadcast every Wednesday and Thursday on KBS2.

4. Monstrous

Monstrous is a story by train to Busan and by hellbound director Yeon Sangho. It tells the story of Jinyang County's inhabitants, lured into a curse by a mysterious entity. They then become trapped in a trap that leads them to disaster.

It features Koo Kyohwan playing the role of Jung Ki-hoon, an eccentric archaeologist who specializes in supernatural phenomena research and has a YouTube channel about occult topics. Of Hospital Watchlist fame, Shin Hyun-bin portrays Lee Soo-jin, the cryptanalyst who returns home to Jinyang County after she lost her only child.

Every Friday, a new episode of monstrous will air on T.V.

5. My Liberation Notes

D.P. star Son Seok Koo, Arthdal Chronicles actress Kim Jiwon, Lee El of the 2017 fantasy-thriller Black, Lee Min-ki from The Beauty Inside, and Lee El from The 2017 Fantasy-Thriller Black all-star in this K-drama by Park Hae-young, an award-winning screenwriter of My Mister fame.

The series is about three siblings, Ji-won (El) and Min-ki (Min-ki). They want to escape their lives of misery and are shocked when a stranger from the outside named Mr. Gu (Son) arrives.

My Liberation Notes will be broadcast every Saturday and Sunday on JTBC beginning April 9. It will also be streamable on Netflix.

6. Our Blues

This K-drama series, which is omnibus-style in style, tells the stories of its characters. They all hail from Jeju Island in South Korea. Our Blues unfolds slowly with individual episodes that focus on one main character on the island. There are occasional appearances by other characters.

Seung-won, Uhm Junghwa. Noh Shee-Kyung also wrote our Blues. He is the author of several critically acclaimed drama series, including This Winter, The Wind Blows, Dear my Friends, and many others. Star-studded cast members include Lee Byung-hun and Shin Min-a, Han Ji -min, and Han Ji-min.

Starting April 9, Our Blues will be broadcast every Saturday and Sunday on tvN. It will also be streamable on Netflix.

7. Shooting Stars

Shooting Stars shines a light on the people who work behind the scenes of the entertainment industry, specifically those in public relations and support for celebrities. Dr. Romantic 2's Lee Sungkyung plays Oh Han-byul (Kim Young Dae), the head of a PR department. She has a love-hate relationship with Gong Taesung (Kim Young Dae), whom she oversees.

A large cast of supporting characters will be featured in the series, including Yoon Jonghoon ( The Penthouse), Kim Yoonhye ( Vinzo), CNBLUE's Lee Jungshin, and Park Sojin ( The King: Eternal Monarch), and many others. Studio Dragon is producing the series, including hits like Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha and Twenty-Five Twenty One.

Shooting Stars will be broadcast every Friday and Saturday on tvN beginning April 22. It will also be streamable on iQiyi for select regions

8. The Killer's Shopping List

The Killer's Shopping List is a comedy-mystery-thriller set against a seemingly ordinary neighborhood in Seoul, South Korea, based on a novel penned by writer Kang Ji-young. The story begins when a body is found in a particular apartment building. A receipt from a supermarket becomes critical evidence in the pursuit of the killer.

Lee Kwang-soo plays Ahn Daesung, the son of the supermarket owner. Do Ah-hee is a passionate officer and Daesung's long-term girlfriend. His exceptional memory skills made him a genius. However, his life was ruined by an incident at the supermarket when he was 10. Seolhyun, AOA member, stars opposite Lee as Do Ahhee.

The Killer's Shopping List airs every Wednesday and Thursday on tvN beginning April 27. It will also be streamable on iQiyi for select regions.

9. Tomorrow

Tomorrow is based on a webtoon series with the same name. It tells the story of Choi Joonwoong (played in SF9's Rowoon), a man who meets two angels - Goo Ryun (Kim Heesun of Alice) & Kim Ryoong-goo - one fateful night.

The pair then recruit Joon-woong to join their crisis management team, helping to save suicidal people. Tomorrow is directed and produced by Kim Tae-Yoon (Mr. Zoo: The Missing VIP) and is controlled by Kim Tae-Yoon.

Tomorrow will be broadcast every Friday and Saturday on MBC beginning April 1 and available via Netflix.

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