Korean Dramas Releasing in May 2022: Bloody Heart, Kiss Sixth Sense and More

Korean Dramas Releasing in May 2022: It’s a new month, and binge-watchers are looking forward to new content. In 2022, Kdrama fans will enjoy a lot of new shows. Various shows like Our Beloved Summer, Bulgasal, Twenty Five Twenty One, Business Proposal and many others have left a great impression. It’s now time for some more Kdramas to release soon.

In April, Korean drama lovers were treated with Tomorrow, Green Mothers’ Club, Love All Play, The Killer’s Shopping List, etc. May 2022 also has some exciting releases, and you should note it.

Here’s a list of Korean Dramas Releasing in May 2022

What Are You Doing At The Office? Share?

Also known as Opiseueseo MwohaShare?, the Korean drama is directed by Kim Kang-kyu and written by Choi Bo-Yoon. It stars Ha Yoon-Kyung as Wi Da-In and Lee Hak-Joo as Park Hyun-Woo. The drama will show us what happens when the past meets the present. The first episode is slated to release on May 2 on tvN.

Bloody Heart

Bloody Heart is a period drama written by Park Pil-Joo and directed by Yoo Young-Eun. It stars Lee Joon as Lee Tae, Kang Han-Na as Yoo Jung and Jang Hyuk as Park Gye-Won. The Korean drama will cover the dynamics of power and love. The show will air on KBS 2 from May 2, 2022.

There Is No Goo Pil-Soo

Directed by Choi Do-Hoon and written by Son Geun-Joo and Lee Hae-Ri, the Korean show stars Kwak Do-won as Goo Pil-Soo and Yoon Doon-Joon as Jung Seok. The show focuses on the lost long love of one of the men for boxing. The show’s networks are Olleh TV, Seezn, and Sky TV, and the release date for the first episode is May 4, 2022.

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The Sound of Magic

The magical musical fantasy drama stars Ji Chang-wook as Lee Eul, Choi Sung-eun as Yoon Ah-yi, Nam Da-reum as young Lee Eul, Hwang In-youp as Na Il-deung. The Kdrama will release on Netflix on May 6, 2022.

Rose Mansion

Written by Yoo Kab-Yeol and directed by Chang, the show stars Lim Ji-Yeon as Ji-Na and Yoon Gyun-Sang as Detective Min-Soo. It’s a thriller Kdrama where Ji-Na visits a Rose Mansion to look for her missing sister. But everyone around is not trustworthy. How will she manage to accomplish her mission? You can find it out from May 13 on TVING.

Kiss Sixth Sense

It’s a steamy fantasy romance series starring Seo Ji-Hye as Ye-Sool and Yoon Kye-Sang as Min-Hu. Ye-Sool has an interesting gift where she can see the future whenever her lips touch someone. When her lips touch her boss Min-Hu, she sees something unexpected. Directed by Nam-Ki-Hoon and Gatnyeo, the Korean romantic drama will release on Disney+ on May 25.

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