There are just two more September dramas headed our way, drama fans! Do you want a romcom set in a museum or a hard-hitting mystery drama set in 1999? What says “fall tv” to you?
Dali and Cocky Prince
September 22, KOCOWA
As a young boy, Moo Hak (Kim Min Jae, Do You Like Brahms?) grew up in the market as a peddler. Although he is ignorant, he is strong-willed and knows how to make money. He is now the managing director of Dondon F and B, a global restaurant chain that his family started as a small gamjatang diner. However, he isn’t dignified and only cares about money. He meets Da Li (Park Gyu Young, The Devil Judge), the only daughter and child of an upper-class family who runs an art gallery. She has a profound deep knowledge of things. She gets faced with bankruptcy due to her father’s sudden death and begins a hard life. Moo Hak and Da Li start a relationship as a creditor and debtor over the art gallery. Will these two polar opposites understand each other and fall in love? (via KOCOWA)
In 1989, terrorist Jo Kyung Ho came back to South Korea after studying in Japan and released sarin gas at a train station in his hometown, killing passengers and subsequently being sentenced to life in prison after turning himself in. His daughter, Jo Jae Young, is sent to live with her aunt, Kyung Ho’s younger sister, Jo Jung Hyun (Han Ye Ri, My Unfamiliar Family).
Ten years later, a murder case takes place in the small town with Detective Choi Hyung being put in charge. Suspecting that the case is somehow related to the terrorists, Choi Hyung (Yoo Jae Myung, Itaewon Class), who is consumed with the guilt of failing to prevent his wife’s death 10 years ago in the terrorist attack, begins investigating when Jung Hyun’s niece suddenly goes missing. Jung Hyun now must come face to face with tragedy once again and she teams up with Choi Hyung to discover the truth and find her niece. (via MyDramaList)
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