5 K-dramas releasing in February 2022 that are must-watch

Forecasting Love and Weather

K-drama lovers are in for a treat. As another amazing month of new releases awaits them. With January being a banger with dramas like Snowdrop, avid watchers are all set to embrace new dramas in the month of February which will promise the same amount of entertainment, if not more.

K-dramas tend to give many an adrenaline boost with plot twists, love triangles, and amazing stories. Not to mention, they are cute too, as long as they are not having any zombie virus outbreak. With a growing fanbase all over the world, upcoming K-dramas have a lot to offer and a high bar to cross.

Listed below are 5 k-dramas releasing this February that you must watch.

Twenty Five Twenty One

Release date: February 12, 2022

Where to watch: tvN and Netflix

Twenty Five Twenty One | Official Teaser | Netflix

The series, directed by Jung Ji-hyun and starring Kim Tae-ri, Nam Joo-hyuk, Bona, and Lee Joo-myung, spans the years 1998 to 2021 and chronicles the romantic lives of five individuals. It will premiere on tvN and will air every Saturday and Sunday at 21:00. (KST). It will also be accessible for Netflix viewing.

Forecasting Love and Weather

Release date:  February 12, 2022

Where to watch: JTBC


Park Min-young, Song Kang, Yoon Park, and Yura are about to feature in Cha Young- hoon’s upcoming drama. This series tells the happy love story of people working at the Korea Meteorological Administration who break, fall, and rise again, as well as their day-to-day office life. It will debut on JTBC and will air every Saturday and Sunday at 22:30 a.m. (KST). It will also be available for Netflix viewing.

Crazy Love

Release date: February 14, 2022

Where to watch: KBS


The story of the drama revolves around a guy who when informed he will be killed, claims to have amnesia, and when a woman is told she doesn’t have much time to live, she pretends to be his fiancée. Noh Go Jin is the CEO of GOTOP and the country’s top maths educator. Noh Go Jin’s secretary, Lee Shin Ah, has no presence. When it comes to honesty and duty, she is at the top of the company, but she is so quiet, introverted, and inept at bragging that she appears to be non-existent. The drama, reportedly, originally aired back in April 2013.

Thirty Nine

Release date: February 16, 2022

Where to watch: JTBC and Netflix


On the verge of approaching 40, a trio of closest friends lean on each other through thick and thin as they navigate life, love, and tragedy.

Cha Mi Jo is the director of a Gangnam dermatology clinic. She is a charming lady who grew up in a privileged household with a loving family and all she could desire.

Jung Chan Young aspired to be an actor but instead chose to work as an acting coach. Despite the fact that she speaks in a rough and abrasive manner, the sincerity with which she expresses herself makes her a difficult character to dislike.

Jang Joo Hee works as a cosmetics manager in a department store. She has yet to have a romantic connection because of her shy attitude.

Kill Heel

Release date: February 23, 2022,

Where to watch: tvN

Korean drama

Kim Sung-ryung, Kim Ha-neul, and Lee Hye-young are all set to feature in the forthcoming South Korean television series Kill Heel, which is directed by Noh Do-cheol . The show follows the lives of three ladies who have a tremendous ambition to succeed in the home shopping business. It will debut on tvN and will air every Wednesday and Thursday at 22:30 a.m. (KST).