Upcoming Disney Korean Drama Series 2022 | K Drama on Disney Plus

Upcoming Disney Korean Drama Series 2022
The Top Upcoming Disney Korean Drama Series. The 2-year-old streaming platform Disney plus announced details about the Korean content that it will be releasing in 2022. The video-on-demand streaming service has been in the market for almost two years. However, it is now preparing to expand its content in the Korean language. Korean dramas or popularly known as K- dramas have acquired a massive audience across the world with their distinct storylines and quality. Disney plus previously said it would release over 20 Korean titles this year with at least 12 originals.
Newly announced K-dramas to be expected from Disney+ include King Of Savvy, Crazy Love, Big Mouth, Soundtrack, and The Zone: Survival Mission, and many more. Here is the list of the upcoming Korean drama series at Disney

Top Upcoming Disney Korean Drama Series 2022

Upcoming Disney Korean Drama Series 2022
Upcoming Disney Korean Drama Series 2022
1) The Zone: Endure To Survive
The Zone: Endure to Survive is a new show by Disney+. It is a Variety show and Variety shows are top-rated in Korea with a massive fan following. The Zone: Endure To Survive will become one of the Variety shows to entertain the audience with the tagline “Survive, no matter what.” The cast has to enter a virtual reality environment through a secret door for each task and has to endure and survive the challenges. Famous host Yoo Jae Suk, actor Lee Kwang Soo and Yuri will join as regular members. The plot of the show looks refreshing and exciting, but the release date is yet to be announced.
2) Big Mouth
Big Mouth is one of the most anticipated shows among K-drama lovers. The story will revolve around a third-rate lawyer who ends up in a complex situation after taking up a murder case and will track his journey to justice. Directed by Oh Choong-hwan, written by Haram, in collaboration with creator Jang Young-Chul and Jung Kyung-soon, Big Mouth stars Lee Jong-suk and Lim Yoon-a in lead roles and is expected to release in May 2022.
3) Soundtrack #1
The next big Korean drama coming very soon is Soundtrack #1. The fans are very excited about the Park Hyung Sik and Han So Hee starrer romantic drama due to its plot and cast. A short drama with only four episodes will revolve around Seo Eun Soo (Han So Hee), a lyricist, and Han Sun Woo (Park Hyung Sik), a handsome photographer who have been best friends for over two decades. But after living together for two weeks, their relationship begins to change and will be released on March 23, 2022, on Disney.
4) Moving
A superhero-oriented drama Moving is all ready to entertain the viewers on  Disney+. The drama will follow the lives of three high-school students with extraordinary capabilities. The three students Kim Bong Seok, Jang Hee Soo, and Lee Kang Hoon are studying together and possess superpowers. Bong Seok has the ability to fly, Jang Hee Soo has incredible athletic skills and Lee Kang Hoon has power and speed. Moving stars Lee Jung Ha, Go Yoon Jung, Kim Do Hoon along with Ryu Seong Ryong, Han Hyo Joo, and Jo In Sung in leading roles. It is anticipated to release in the second half of 2022.
5) Crazy Love
Crazy Love is a dark comedy, romance drama bankrolled by Arc Media. It is the story of Noh Go Jin (Kim Jae Wook) and his assistant Lee Shin Ah (Krystal Jung).  Noh Go-jin is a mathematical genius and the CEO of GOTOP is pretending to have amnesia after receiving death threats, and Lee Shin-ah, his introvert, and quiet secretary, who doesn’t have much time left. The two will help each other solve their difficult life problems. It premiered on March 7, 2022.
In the past few months, Disney has already released a few Korean shows. Some of them are Rookie Cops, Outrun by Running Man, and Blackpink: The Movie, Grid, and Snowdrop. Disney is ready to cater to all Kdrama needs of the audiences.

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