We are back with yet another edition of the most promising dramas for the month. September seems to be a truly promising month for K-drama fans as there is an array of dramas lined up for the month apart from the ongoing ones. Lee Jong Hyun and Bona starrer Lingerie Girls' Generation premiered on September 11 on KBS. Set in the 70s, the series is based on a novel that revolves around a young girl from Seoul who goes to live in a rural town.

Kim Joo-hyuk and Chun Woo-hee starrer Argon is currently aired on tvN and narrates the troubles faced by truthful reporters who still believe in delivering good journalism. My Golden Life is a perfect family drama with Park Si-hoo, Shin Hye-sun, Lee Tae-hwan, and Seo Eun-soo in lead roles. The series is aired on KBS2. Apart from these interesting ones, here we bring you a list of upcoming dramas that every k-drama fan shouldn't miss.

1. While You Were Sleeping

Date: September 27

Genre: Drama, Romance

Episodes: 32

Cast: Lee Jong Suk, Suzy

Network: SBS

And of course, topping the list is the Lee Jong Suk-Suzy starred While You Were Sleeping. The drama has already set the expectation sky high. The latest still released by the makers—that shows the sizzling chemistry between the lead pairs—have further raised the excitement of fans. The drama narrates the story of a 29-year-old unemployed ex-journalist, Hong-joo (Bae Suzy), who can see unfortunate events in her dreams, and her relationship with a prosecutor, Jae-chan (Lee Jong-suk) who does everything he can to prevent the woman's dreams from coming true.

2. Andante

Date: September 24

Genre: Coming-of-age, Romance

Episodes: 16

Cast: Kai, Baek Chul-min, Lee Ye-hyun, Kim Jin-kyung

Network: KBS1

Andante has been hitting the headlines ever since it has been announced. The drama marks the debut of Exo's Kai in a full-fledged role. It is a coming-of-age story of high schooler Lee Shi-kyung (Kai) who moves to the countryside with his family and discovers a real live ecosystem.

3. Temperature of Love

Date: September 18

Genre: Comedy, Romance

Episodes: 40

Cast: Yong Se Jong, Seo Hyun Jin

Network: SBS

As the name symbolises, the drama is a family drama with parallel stories intertwined with each other. The plot revolves around an aspiring screenwriter (Seo Hyun Jin) who develops an online relationship with a chef (Yang Se Jong).

4. The Man Who Sets the Table

Genre: Drama, Family

Episodes: 50

Cast: Choi Soo-young, On Joo-wan, Seo Hyo-rim, Park Jin-woo

Network: MBC

This family drama is been aired every Saturday and Sunday from 8:45 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. KST. It revolves around a not-so-talented girl Lee Roo-Ri (Sooyoung), who tries to get a job at big companies, but fails every time. Her life takes a twist when she meets the Jung Tae-Yang (On Joo-Wan).

5. 20th Century Boy and Girl

Date: September 25

Genre: Drama, Romance

Episodes: 32

Cast: Kim Ji Suk, Han Ye Seul

Network: MBC

With a working title no sex and the city, 20th Century Boy and Girl revolves around live of three women in their mid-thirties—their love lives, friendships, and familial ties. The series will replace The King loves and will be aired every Monday and Tuesday at 22:00 KST.