Are you a big fan of Asian dramas and anime? Then you should subscribe to iQiyi, one of the biggest streaming service platforms delivering Asian entertainment to international viewers. And this November, they’ve got a lot of exciting titles coming soon to the platform. Check them out here:
Math teacher Ji Yoon-soo (Im Soo-jung) works at a prestigious private high school, which is a hotbed of corruption. She’s good-natured and caring, especially about her students, and she’s passionate about her subject matter. In one of her classes is troubled student Baek Seung-yoo (Lee Do-hyun), who is quiet and always at the bottom of his class. However, when she notices his potential in math, she helps him study and bring his grades up. They get along well, but become embroiled in a scandal that tears them apart. Four years later, now both adults, they meet again.
Available on iQiyi starting November 4. Watch the trailer here:
Set in a world where infectious diseases are the new norm, a newly built apartment has been built, where the higher floors are sold to rich residents while the lower floors are rented out. Police officer Yoon Sae-bom (Han Hyo-joo) is excited to move into her new apartment, but she gets stuck inside when a new type of deadly virus spread throughout the city and the apartment building is sealed off to prevent further infections. Sae-bom, along with her long-time friend and fellow police officer Jung Yi-hyun and health service command lieutenant colonel Han Tae-seok, attempts to find a cure to the outbreak, all while trying to survive the psychological battle and class discrimination between the residents.
Available on iQiyi starting November 6.Watch the trailer here:
Let Me Be Your Knight
Popular idol band Luna is seeing great success, but not all is as rosy as it seems. Leader Yoon Tae-in (Lee Jun-young) is suffering from sleepwalking and in need of medical help. He commissions someone to stay with him and his group members as a live-in doctor. But plot twist: the doctor he hired is In Yoon-jo (Jung In-sun), who has no medical background and is actually a tour guide.
Available on iQiyi starting November 7.Watch the trailer here:
IDOL: The Coup
On the verge of disbandment, idol group Cotton Candy is struggling to find success. They just need a one-time hit to be able to survive. But most of their company’s efforts are going to the more popular idol group Mas from the same company. The members of Cotton Candy start giving up on their dreams and yet grow through their failures and take courageous steps towards their new goals in life.
Available on iQiyi starting November 8. Watch the trailer here:
Secret Royal Inspector & Joy
In the Joseon era, Ra Yi-eon (Ok Taecyeon) dreams of a simple, easy-going life running a small dumpling restaurant. But due to his high intelligence, he passes the state examination and begins working as a secret royal inspector. But since he just wants a simple life, he does his work lazily. Things change when he meets Kim Jo-yi (Kim Hye-yoon), a woman with beliefs way ahead of her times, seeking to get out of her unhappy marriage and search for her happiness.
Available on iQiyi starting November 9. Watch the trailer here:
My Little Monster
High school student Shizuku Mizutani could care less about her classmates, with only her grades in mind. But her cold view of life changes when she meets troublemaker Haru Yoshida. Like Shizuku, he doesn’t really have any friends. But she’s surprised when Haru proclaims that she will be his friend and immediately confesses his feelings for her.
Available on iQiyi. Watch the trailer here:
Your Lie in April
After his mother passes away, piano prodigy Kosei Arima loses his will to play the instrument. Now, he sees the world in monochrome and simply lets the days go by. But when he meets the free-spirited violinist Kaori Miyazono, color comes back into his life.
Available on iQiyi. Watch the trailer here:
I Left My Heart in Sorsogon
When she was young, Celeste Estrellado headed to Manila and reinvented herself as a fashion socialite dating the most eligible bachelor in Manila. During her visit to her hometown, she unexpectedly rediscovers her roots and rekindles her love for family, community and an ex-flame that just won’t leave her heart.
Available on iQiyi in the second half of November. Watch the trailer here: