6 New Thriller K-Dramas Releasing In 2023
Sadly, The Glory has come to an end, but there are plenty of new K-Dramas to look forward to this year. Here are 6 upcoming thrillers to add to your list!
1. Murder DIEary
If you liked Death Note, you might like Murder DIEary, a thriller based on a webtoon of the same name. It all starts when a university student accidentally kills an unruly drunk while working at a convenience store. It turns out his “victim” was a serial killer on the prowl. Suddenly, our hero doesn’t feel too bad about deleting this guy from life. In fact, he decides to put his newfound superpower (sussing out bad people) to good use…
2. National Death Penalty Vote
This K-Drama explores what can happen when criminal punishments are determined by the public. Citizens over the age of 18 can vote via text for whether or not criminals should receive the death penalty. If “yes” wins, an executioner known as Dog Mask will take action.
3. Duty After School
Thriller meets science fiction in this upcoming K-Drama based on a webtoon by Ikwon Ha. When aliens invade Earth, military might isn’t enough to defend our home planet. Naturally, a dystopian government decides to call in reinforcements by conscripting high school students into an alien-fighting force. The cast includes Shin Hyun Soo, Im Se Mi, Kim Ki Hae, Lee Yeon, Moon Sang Min, Kwon Eun Bin, Kim Su Gyeom, Kim Min Chul, and Lee Soon Won.
5. All Of Us Are Dead 2
In Season 1, a group of students trapped at their high school fought to survive a zombie outbreak. Season 2, expected to air in late 2023 or early 2024, will likely pick up where the first season left off.
6. Squid Game 2
In Season 1, hundreds of indebted players played death games based on children’s games. Only one survived. Will that player take revenge in Season 2? Will there be new games? Season 2, originally scheduled for 2022, is expected to drop in either 2023 or early 2024.
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