February 2023 Teaser Roundup

Think you’re gonna get a drama break now that it’s February, drama fans? Think again! February’s drama list is small but mighty. Come see what historical shenanigans and romcom loves you’ll have to choose from in the coming weeks.

(As always, our information come from MyDramaList.com, and is subject to change according to the whims of the drama gods. Go make your sacrifices now if there’s something on this list you really want to see, and maybe it’ll show up on a streaming service near you.)

Our Blooming Youth

February 6, Viki, starring Park Hyung Sik (Happiness), Jeon So Nee (Scripting Your Destiny), Pyo Ye Jin (Taxi Driver)

Quiet and gentle, Min Jae Yi is everything a good daughter of a prominent family should be. Engaged to the son of the Second State Councillor, Jae Yi knows that the only way to bring herself and her family honor is to accept her fate, which she does with grace and charm. Devoting herself to learning everything she needs to know to become a good wife and mother, Jae Yi dutifully prepares for the future. Sadly, destiny has other plans for her future.

Four days before her wedding, Jae Yi’s family is murdered. With no one else to blame for the unexpected tragedy, Jae Yi soon finds herself the object of baseless and horrifying accusations. Blamed for the death of her family, Jae Yi might not have had much of a future at all, if fate hadn’t decided to intervene. Bringing the lonely crown prince, Lee Hwan into her life at just the right moment, Jae Yi is saved from a dismal fate, but her salvation comes at a price.

Plagued by a mysterious curse, Lee Hwan agrees to help Jae Yi, but only if she agrees to help him break his curse in return. Unable to refuse such an offer, Jae Yi agrees to the prince’s terms, setting them both on an unexpected path toward love. But what chance does their love have of surviving when one of them is a former murder suspect and the other is a cursed prince?

Love to Hate You

February 10, Netflix, starring Kim Ok Bin (Dark Hole), Yoo Teo (Dr. Brain), Kim Ji Hoon (Money Heist), Go Won Hee (Revolutionary Sisters)

Yeo Mi Ran is a rookie attorney at Gilmu Law Firm, which works primarily with the entertainment industry. She is not interested in having a romantic relationship and she hates to lose to a man in anything.

Nam Kang Ho is a top actor in the entertainment industry. He is the most popular actor in South Korea due to his handsome appearance, intelligence, and kindness. He is sought after to work in romantic movies, but he doesn’t actually trust women.

Yeo Mi Ran and Nam Kang Ho, who both don’t believe in love, fall into a love battle.

Doctor Cha Jung Sook

February 15, starring Uhm Jung Hwa (Our Blues), Kim Byung Chul (Sisyphus: The Myth)

It tells the story of a medical graduate turned housewife but decided to return to the medical field, and a doctor husband who maintains a perfect dual life. He is great at his job and he is also great at cheating on his wife.

(No promotional materials available at this time.)

The Heavenly Idol

February 15, starring Kim Min Gue (A Business Proposal), Go Bo Gyeol (Hi Bye, Mama!), Lee Jang Woo (Homemade Love Story), Ye Ji Won (Brain Works)

Rembrary is a high priest from another world who came to this one to fight the demon king. 

When he awakens he finds himself in the body of the handsome, but unknown idol Woo Yeon Woo.

Taxi Driver season 2

February 17, KOCOWA, starring Lee Je Hoon (Move to Heaven), Kim Eui Sung (Under the Queen’s Umbrella), Pyo Ye Jin (Our Blooming Youth)

The taxi out for revenge continues righting wrongs and beating down bad guys.

Call It Love

February 22, Disney+/Hulu (?), starring Kim Young Kwang (Somebody), Lee Sung Kyung (Sh**ting Stars), Sung Joon (Island), Ahn Hee Yeon (Hit the Spot)

A romantic melodrama that depicts the story of a man and a woman who, exhausted from their harsh reality, begin to understand each other with new emotions and find themselves gradually changing.


Casino/Big Bet: February 15, Disney+/Hulu

Island: February 24, Amazon Prime


A Shoulder to Cry On

February, Viki, starring Kim Jae Han (OmegaX), Shin Ye Chan (OmegaX)

Dayeol hears two guys fooling around in the nurse’s office and accidentally knocks over the curtain rod. When the nurse walks in on the scene, devilishly handsome Taehyun tells her that Dayeol tried to make out with him. Before Dayeol can correct the misunderstanding, the rumor spreads and his archery scholarship is in jeopardy. To make matters worse, Taehyun doesn’t show the slightest bit of remorse; in fact, he shamelessly begins hanging around Dayeol. It’s not long before the two begin walking the thin line between hate and love.

(No promotional materials available at this time.)


February, Netflix, starring Woo Do Hwan (The King: Eternal Monarch), Lee Sang Yi (Hometown Cha Cha Cha), Kim Sae Ron (The Great Shaman Ga Doo Shim), Park Sung Woong (Unlock My Boss), Heo Joon Ho (Missing: The Other Side)

A noir action drama about three men who become entangled in debt but attempt to escape it in any way they can.

(No promotional materials available at this time.)

All righty, drama fans, what did you just add to your drama lists? Drop down in the comments below and let us know! Also, stay tuned for our weekly teaser posts, which will have the most up-to-date airing information.

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