The K-Dramas in September has a fresh color with a series of works exploiting the theme of youth, notably Park Bo Gum, Ong Seong Woo and Nam Joo Hyuk.

1. Love Revolution

Adapted from the famous webtoon and gathers a cast of beautiful young idols, Love Revolution will open September with a pleasant youth breeze. The story revolves around Gong Joo Young (Park Ji Hoon) – a cute and kind male student who falls in love with his friend Wang Ja Rim (Lee Ruby) at first sight and finds ways to conquer her.



Ji Soo is proving himself a “hardworking bee” with another short film on the shelves in early September while When You Are The Most Beautiful is still on air. He plays Dong Myung, a young man with cancer but still optimistic and calmly accepts his fate.


Meanwhile, Lee Seol plays Min Jung, who is Dong Myung’s girlfriend and always lives with the spirit of “even with 5% hope, we will love each other until the end”. AMANZA promises to be a touching movie about love, life and pain.

3. Lies of Lies

Lee Yoo Ri will return with a shocking “drama” forte. She plays Ji Eun Soo, who is the daughter-in-law of a tycoon but unexpectedly becomes a killer because she murdered her husband. After being released from prison, she tried everything to get her daughter back.


Knowing that Kang Ji Min (Yeon Jeong Hun) has adopted her daughter, Eun Soo approaches and pretends to love him with the goal of becoming her stepmother. A “soulful” story like this promises to blow a new wind into the Korean film industry that is relatively bleak.

4. Record of Youth

As Park Bo Gum’s last pre-enlistment drama, Record of Youth follows a group of young people in the modeling industry on the way to realize their dreams. Sa Hye Joon (Park Bo Gum) and Won Hae Hyo (Byun Woo Seok) are two dreamy young models turned to acting, both rival and mature best friend in the same neighborhood.


Meanwhile, the female lead Ahn Jung Ha (Park So Dam) is an enthusiastic makeup artist, in the process of working with Hye Joon will develop feelings for him.

5. Eighteen again

Based on the American movie Seventeen Again, JTBC will release the movie “Eighteen Again” in the second half of 2020 with the participation of veteran actress Kim Ha Neul and the rising young actor Lee Do Hyun. The film is about a 37-year-old man Hong Dae Young (Yoon Sang Hyun), 18 years old, was a promising basketball player but gave up his career to cultivate a life with his pregnant girlfriend.


Currently, he is just an unemployed person, is being divorced by his wife and alienated by his children. After an accident, Dae Young returned to his 18-year-old form and changed his name to Go Woo Young (Lee Do Hyun) to start a new life.

6. Private life

Private Life revolves around the strange cooperation between three scammers including Cha Joo Eun (Seohyun) who possesses a sweet appearance, “big sister” Jung Bok Ki (Kim Hyo Jin) likes to make it difficult for others and the mystery guy Lee Jung Hwan (Go Kyung Pyo) is ostensibly the director of the plagiarism department who is actually a “genius of deception”.


7. More Than Friends

10 years ago, Woo Yeon (Shin Ye Eun) and Lee Soo (Ong Seong Woo) were two 18-year-old uncles who secretly liked each other, but because of a misunderstanding, no one dared to confess to each other.


10 years later, both are grown, they are still friends, but the relationship between the two has been in a state of friendship for so long that they continue to dare not speak to each other even though their feelings are still for each other.

8. The School Nurse Files

The School Nurse marked the collaboration of Nam Joo Hyuk and talented actor Jung Yu Mi. Eun Young (Jung Yu Mi) is the new nurse at a school with the special ability to see “marshmallow monsters” meanwhile, Chinese teacher Hong In Pyo (Nam Joo Hyuk) possesses an energy source capable of “charging” others. The two decide to work together to protect the school from “marshmallow monsters” and mysterious events of unknown reasons.


9. Love Blooming House

The story of the movie revolves around the people living together in the house named Samkwang Villa of the landlord Lee Soon Jung (Jeon In Hwa). They started out as strangers, but then through many sad and happy stories, they gradually opened up to each other and created a premise for friendship, friendship and lovely relationships to bloom under the cozy shared roof.