The upcoming music drama South Korean TV series ‘Castaway Diva’ revolves around an aspiring singer named Seo Mok-ha who, after remaining stranded for fifteen years on a deserted island, is determined to succeed in her journey to become a diva.
South Korean actress Park Eun-bin has been cast in the role of Seo Mok-ha in the series. Castaway Diva it is set to be released on October 21, 2023, on Netflix.
Following is a list of other South Korean music TV series that you might be interested in Castaway Diva.
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Soundtrack #1 – Number of Seasons: 1
The plot of this romance music South Korean TV series revolves around a man and a woman who have been best friends for twenty years. But when they find themselves staying together in the same house for two consecutive weeks, they begin to really know each other.
Park Hyung-Sik and Han So-hee played the male and female leads of the series Han Seon-woo and Lee Eun-soo respectively. It ran from 23rd March to 13th April 2022 on Disney+.
Dream High – Number of Seasons: 1
This teen music romantic comedy K-drama is centred upon Kirin High School the students who dream of becoming K-pop idols.
The plot focuses on six students who, while learning to develop their skills of singing, dancing, and songwriting, develop personal growth as well as feelings for each other.
Every one of them possesses their own weaknesses and strengths. But they also need each other’s guidance and support to make their debut. Bae Suzy, Kim Soo-Hyun, Ok Taec-yeon, Hahm Eun-Jung, Jang Wooyoung, and Lee Ji-eun are the main cast members of the series playing the six students. It ran from 3rd January to 28th February of 2011.
You’re Beautiful – Number of Seasons: 1
This romance comedy music drama South Korean TV series features a fictional musician band named A.N.JELL.
The plot finds a girl joining the band posing as her twin brother which leads to the alteration of the relationship between the band’s members.
Jang Keun-suk, Park Shin-Hye, Jung Yong-Hwa, and Lee Hong-gi are the main cast members of the series. It ran from 7th October to 26th November 2009.
Do Do Sol Sol La La Sol – Number of Seasons: 1
This romance comedy K-drama revolves around Goo Ra-ra, an energetic and cheerful pianist. The plot finds her rich lucky life falling down which compels her to try to rebuild her new life. At this time she comes across Sunwoo Joon, a warm-hearted mysterious guy.
He built a small place called ‘Lala Land’ for Goo Ra-ra to learn piano lessons. As they begin to get involved together in the countryside of a small city, the painful secret stories behind the thoughtful acts of Sunwoo Jun towards Goo Ra-ra unravel.
Go Ara and Lee Jae-wook played the roles of Goo Ra-ra and Sunwoo Joon respectively in the series. It ran from 7th October to 26th November 2020.
Lovers of Music – Number of Seasons: 1
This romance comedy South Korean TV series chronicles the journey of a girl who wants to gain success in singing in Trot, the old-fashioned musical genre, despite her struggling life.
In her journey, she gets the help of a music producer and songwriter who detests Trot. Jung Eun-ji, Ji Hyun-woo, Shin Sung-rok, and Lee Se-young are the cast members of the series. It ran from 23rd June to 12th August of 2014.
K-POP Extreme Survival – Number of Seasons: 1
The plot follows a woman named Ji Seung Yeon determined to achieve her goal of becoming a Korean pop idol by any means. But the problem is that the band in which she is going to audition for is a boy band. Go Eun-ah played the role of Ji Seung Yeon in the series. It premiered on May 1, 2012.
Heartstrings – Number of Seasons: 1
This melodrama romance musical K-drama navigates love, dreams, and friendship and follows a performing arts college and its students. The series ran from 29th June to 19th August 2011.
Dream High 2 – Number of Seasons: 1
This teen comedy music drama romance South Korean TV series follows Kirin Arts High School again, but this time with a new crop of students, as the school has been taken over by Oz Entertainment. The series ran from 30th January to 20th March 2012.
Top Management – Number of Seasons: 1
This romance fantasy K-drama is adapted from an original novel that chronicles idols dreaming to fi on stage.
The plot follows former girl idol trainee Yoo Eun-sung who has the power of forseeing the future and becomes the manager of “S.O.U.L.”, a struggling but aspiring boy idol group.
Seo Eun-soo played the role of Eun-sung in the series. It ran from 31st October to 16th November of 2018.
When the Devil Calls Your Name – Number of Seasons: 1
This is a supernatural fantasy melodrama South Korean TV series that is inspired by Goethe’s ‘Faust’. The plot follows a composer selling his soul to the devil to obtain fame and fortune. The series ran from 31st July to 19th September 2019.