We already have a number of great shows in stock like My ID is Gangnam Beauty, Thirty but Seventeen, and Are You Human Too. But what other K-dramas are on the horizon? Scroll down to find out! (This is an update to 15 K-dramas we can’t wait to watch in 2018 published in January.)

1. Wife I Know

Starring: Ji Sung (Kill Me, Heal Me) and Han Ji Min (Rooftop Prince)

Premiered on DramaFever: August 1

A bank employee feels stuck in a rut with his prickly wife and unfulfilling job. But when everything suddenly changes, he must navigate his unfamiliar surroundings to find his path to happiness.

This Ji Sung show premiered yesterday. Go watch it if you haven’t already!

2. Voice 2

Starring: Lee Jin Wook and Lee Ha Na

Premieres on DramaFever: August 11

3. Lovely Horribly

Starring: Song Ji Hyo, Park Shi Hoo, Highlight’s Lee Gi Kwang, and more

Release date: August 13 (KBS2)

Lovely Horribly is about a top star and a screenwriter who “share a destiny,” and is a romantic comedy on the verge of horror. Running Man’s Haha is to make a cameo appearance. It premieres after the Are You Human Too finale.

4. The Third Charm

Starring: Seo Kang Joon, Lee Som, Min Woo Hyuk, and more

Release date: September

When in love, we look through rose-colored glasses. The title, ‘The Third Charm,’ refers to this tendency to see things about one’s partner in a positive light. It takes us to On Joon Young (Seo Kang Joon) and Lee Young Jae’s (Lee Som) love life through four seasons, time lapsing 12 years: Spring of the year they turn 20, summer of the year they turn 27, fall and winter of their year 32. ‘The Third Charm’ will be produced by prolific director Pyo Min Soo of ‘Full House,’ ‘The World That They Live In,’ ‘Iris 2,’ ‘Ho Goo's Love,’ and ‘Producer.’ ‘The Third Charm’ is scheduled to premiere in September.

5. Son the Guest

Starring: Kim Jae Wook and Kim Dong Wook of Coffee Prince, Jung Eun Chae, and Park Ho San

Release date: September

An exorcist, a priest, and a detective collaborate to get rid of the evils of the world. Exorcist priest Choi Yoon (Kim Jae Wook) is an introverted individualist, and shaman Kang Shin Moo (Kim Dong Wook) is a free-spirited wanderlust. Add overachieving detective Kang Gil Young (Jung Eun Chae) into the mix, and the three are determined to get their job done.

6. Memories of Alhambra

Starring: Park Shin Hye and Hyun Bin

Release date: November 19 (tvN)

Venture capitalist Yoo Jin Woo (Hyun Bin) travels to Granada, Spain, and spends a night in an old hostel run by Jung Hee Joo (Park Shin Hye).

7. Boyfriend

Starring: Song Hye Kyo and Park Bo Gum

Release date: December

Cha Soo Hyun (Song Hye Kyo) has an arranged marriage that ends in divorce. Still from a rich, prestigious family, she seems to have everything but is restless inside. As for Kim Jin Hyuk (Park Bo Gum), there’s nothing extraordinary about him. He works temp jobs for a year, travels abroad with the savings, and meets a woman in a foreign country. Will she turn out to be the love of his life?

8. Beauty Inside

Starring: Seo Hyun Jin and Lee Min Ki

Release date: TBD, in 2018

Actress Han Se Gye (Seo Hyun Jin) may lead a scandalous private life. But she has a knack for acting, and her fans say she has a hundred faces. She keeps a secret from the rest of the world, though, which is that her body transforms into a stranger’s once a month. Seo Do Jae (Lee Min Ki) is a managing director at an airline company. He’s good looking and smart, but unable to recognize faces. To make up for the face blindness, he memorizes people’s gestures and trivial habits to remember who they are. When Han Se Gye and Seo Do Jae cross paths in life, unexpected things are about to happen.

9. Vagabond

Starring: Lee Seung Gi and Bae Suzy

Release date: TBD, possibly in 2019

stuntman Cha Gun (Lee Seung Gi) and Go Hye Ri (Bae Suzy), a black agent from the National Intelligence Service, are the vagabonds who unravel a corruption scandal after a plane crash. 'Vagabond' cast also includes actor Shin Sung Rok, who’ll take up the role of Ki Tae Woong, a team leader from the National Intelligence Service.

10. Asadal Chronicles

Starring: Song Joong Ki, Jang Dong Geun, and Kim Ji Won

Release date: TBD, possibly in 2019

In Asadal Chronicles, Song Joong Ki plays Eunsum from the disastrous blue planet. His mother loses her life to save Eunsum, and he grows to become a threat to the Asadal Empire. Tagon (Jang Dong Gun) is a war hero who contributes to the civilization of the Asadal Empire. He gradually rises to top of the chain of command, and dreams of crowning himself an emperor. Lastly, Kim Ji Won plays Tanya from the Wahan tribe. This perceptive woman realizes her destiny that’s been pre-planned for hundreds of years, and becomes the first female politician in the Asadal Empire. And, as you can imagine, she’s the love interest of both Eunsum and Tagon.

Which of the ten are you looking forward to the most? Please comment below!

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Voice 2 (OCN)

Starring Lee Ha Na and Lee Jin Wook

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