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Korean Dramas Starting Today 2018/11/21 in Korea

2018/11/21 Source

Korean dramas starting today 2018/11/21 in Korea: "The Last Empress" and "Children of Nobody".

"The Last Empress" (2018)

Directed by Joo Dong-min

Written by Kim Soon-ok

Network : SBS

With Jang Nara, Choi Jin-hyuk, Shin Sung-rok, Lee Elijah, Shin Eun-kyung, Park Won-sook,...

48 episodes - Wed, Thu 22:00 (2x35min episodes per day)
Also known as "An Empress's Dignity"
The drama "The Last Empress" takes place in an alternate reality 2018, where the country is a constitutional monarchy. It tells the story of a cheerful musical actress who becomes the nation's Cinderella overnight after marrying the emperor. The drama follows her efforts to find happiness and true love, while fighting against the palace's absolute power, and trying to find the truth behind the grand royal empress dowager's murder in order to overthrow the imperial rule

"Children of Nobody" (2018)

Directed by Choi Jeong-gyoo

Written by Do Hyeon-jeong

Network : MBC

With Kim Sun-ah, Lee Yi-kyung, Nam Gyu-ri, N, Na Young-hee, Oh Hye-won,...

32 episodes - Wed, Thu 22:00 - (2x35min episodes per day)
It is the story of a woman, whose life suddenly falls apart due to an accident too sudden to prevent, becoming involved in several incidents as she searches for the truth.

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