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Top Time Travel K-Dramas Of 2023

Embark on a captivating journey through the folds of time as we delve into the mesmerizing realm of Korean dramas that seamlessly blend romance, intrigue, and the boundless possibilities of time travel. In 2023, the small screen is set to transport viewers across temporal landscapes, weaving tales that transcend eras and tug at the heartstrings. Join us as we unveil the most compelling time-traveling narratives that are leaving audiences spellbound and redefining the K-drama experience.

Twinkling Watermelon

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Twinkling Watermelon

In 2023, Eun Gyeol is a CODA (Child of Deaf Adults) high-school student with hearing-impaired parents, but he has a passion for music. During the day, he is a studious model pupil... but at night, he rocks out as a guitarist in a band. But when he stumbles across a strange yet alluring music store, he goes hurtling back in time to 1995.

 

A Chance Encounter

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A Chance Encounter

KBS2’s A Chance Encounter (2023) formerly known as “Run Into You” is the story of two people who meet by chance through time travel and get stuck in 1987. Kim Dong-wook will play a news anchor who travels to the past to dig deep into a series of murders, while Jin Ki-joo will portray an ordinary office worker who travels through time to prevent the wedding of her parents. The 16-episode drama is written by Baek So Yeon, helmed by Kang Soo Yeon.

A Time Called You

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A Time Called You

A Time Called You (2023) follows a woman who can’t seem to forget her boyfriend who died a year ago, so she travels back in time to 1998 and meets a male student who resembles her deceased boyfriend, starring Ahn Hyo-seop and Jeon Yeo-been. It is based on Taiwan’s television series, Someday Or One Day (2019-2020) by Huang Tien-jen. The screenplay is written by Choi Hyo-bi, helmed by Kim Jin-won, and is available on Netflix.

See You in My 19th Life

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 See You in My 19th Life

tvN’s See You in My 19th Life (2023) is a webtoon-based drama of the same name by Lee Hey that follows a woman with an extraordinary ability to recall her past lives. Her 18th life was cut short due to a tragic accident so she sets out to reconnect with a man he met in the past in her 19th life, starring Shin Hye-sun and Ahn Bo-hyun. The 12-episode series is written by Choi Young-lim, helmed by Lee Na Jung, and is available on Netflix.

Tale Of The Nine-Tailed 1938

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Tale Of The Nine-Tailed 1938

Tale Of The Nine-Tailed 1938 (2023) is the second season of the action-fantasy series that tells the story of a gumiho who struggles to return to the present time after getting dragged back to a chaotic era in 1938, starring Lee Dong-wook, Kim So-yeon, Kim Bum, and Ryu Kyung-soo. The second season is written by Han Woo-ri, helmed by Kang Shin-hyo.

The Story of Park’s Marriage Contract

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The Story of Park’s Marriage Contract

MBC’s The Story of Park’s Marriage Contract (2023) is based on a webtoon of the same name about the contractual marriage between a woman from Joseon and a bachelor in the 21st century. Lee Se-young will play Park Yeon-woo, a woman who loses her husband on the first night of their married life and suddenly finds herself traveling to the present time where she meets Kang Tae-ha, a celibate who looks exactly like her late husband, to be played by Bae In-hyuk.