In Photos: New And Upcoming K-Drama Couples For 2020 - 2021
Which couple could be the next OTP (one true pairing) for you?
There's a long list of new and upcoming K-Dramas, which means there are also a lot of K-Drama couples worth looking forward to this 2020 to 2021.
First on our list is Record of Youth, which is set to premiere on September 7 on Netflix; it stars Park Bo-gum (who enlisted in the military last August 31), Park So-dam, and Byeon Woo-seok. There's also Do Do Sol Sol La La Sol, featuring Go Ara, Lee Jae-wook, and Kim Ju-hun; The School Nurse Files with Nam Joo-hyuk and Jung Yu-mi; and Tale of Gumiho with Lee Dong-wook and Jo Bo-ah.
These are just four out of the many dramas coming viewers' way this year till early next year. Although some shows had to halt filming because of the resurgence of COVID-19 in South Korea, there are still some that manage to push through.
JTBC postponed the production of Private Lives and Run On. tvN's Flower of Evil has also been affected and its broadcast schedule may change. The pilot episodes of KBS' Do Do Sol Sol La La Sol and Zombie Detective will premiere later than their original schedule. It's sad to not see the episodes in their initial dates of release, but we're excited about them just the same; after all, it's the safety of the stars and the teams behind the shows that is most important of all.
So, who are the new, upcoming, and rumored K-Drama couples for 2020 to 2021? Check out the gallery below, and consider it your checklist for the shows to catch!
Fresh K-Drama Pairs
Fresh K-Drama Pairs
Ji Soo & Im Soo-Hyang in "When I Was the Most Beautiful"
Photo Credit: Soompi and FN Entertainment
Kim Min-Jae & Park Eun-Bin in "Do You Like Brahms?"
Photo Credit: Yamyam Entertainment and Namoo Actors
Park Bo-Gum & Park So-Dam in "Record of Youth"
Photo Credit: tvN via Allkpop
Nam Joo-Hyuk & Bae Suzy in "Start-Up"
Photo Credit: @skawngur and @skuukzy
Ji Chang-Wook & Kim Ji-Won in "City Couple's Way of Love"
Photo Credit: Glorious Entertainment and The Korea Herald
Gong Yoo & Bae Doona in "Sea of Silence"
Photo Credit: Management SOOP and Netflix
Cha Eun-Woo & Moon Ga-Young in "True Beauty"
Photo Credit: Fantagio and KeyEast
Go Kyung-Pyo & Seohyun in "Private Lives"
Photo Credit: Singles via @kopular and @ seojuhyun_s
Shin Sung-Rok & Lee Se-Young in "Kairos"
Photo Credit: HB Entertainment and Prain TPC
Ong Seong-Wu & Shin Ye-Eun in "More Than Friends"
Photo Credit: Fantagio and AsianWiki
Choi Jin-Hyuk & Park Joo-Hyun in "Zombie Detective"
Photo Credit: G-Tree Creative and AsianWiki
Jang Dong-Yoon & Krystal in "Search"
Photo Credit: post.naver.com and @vousmevoyez
Kim Jung-Hyun & Shin Hye-Sun in "Queen Cheorin"
Photo Credit: Kpop Profiles and Aqutop
Nam Joo-Hyuk & Jung Yu-Mi in "The School Nurse Files"
Photo Credit: Penshoppe and Management Soop
Kim Rae-Won & Lee Da-Hee in "Luca"
Photo Credit: BH Entertainment and Huayi Brothers
Eric Mun & Yoo In-Na in "The Spy Who Loved Me"
Photo Credit: Shinhwa Company and channels.vlive.tv
Lee Dong-Wook & Jo Bo-Ah in "Tale of Gumiho"
Photo Credit: King Kong by Starship and Sidus HQ
Cho Seung-Woo & Park Shin-Hye in "Sisyphus: The Myth"
Photo Credit: JTBC and Bench
Rowoon & Won Jin-Ah in "Sunbae, Don't Put That Lipstick On"
Photo Credit: Klavuu and Elle Korea
Kim Myung-Soo & Kwon Nara in "Blade of the Phantom Master"
Photo Credit: Channel Korea and Fantagio
Jang Ki-Yong & Hyeri in "A Falling Cohabitation"
Photo Credit: YG Stage and Soompi
Ju Ji-Hoon & Jun Ji-Hyun in "Mount Jirisan"
Photo Credit: SM Entertainment and Hera
Ji Jin-Hee & Kim Hyun-Joo in "Undercover"
Photo Credit: tvN and SBS
Lead photos from Netflix (Bae Suzy and Nam Joo-hyuk), The Korea Times (Kim Ji-won), Glorious Entertainment (Ji Chang-wook), and Moose Photos on Pexels