Posted on June 6, 2023 at 8:17 pm

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11 Korean Dramas To Watch This June

This summer one is spoilt for choice, with an  exciting roster of K Drama’s to choose from. Romance to thrillers, comedies to slice of life stories, here is our list of 11  K-dramas you should have on your watch list this June.

“King Of The Land”

King of the Land
Credit: Netflix
King of the Land

One of the most awaited shows of the year, “King Of The Land”, brings back the multi hyphenated Lee Junho back on screens. The actor who won hearts and awards for his stirring performance as King Yi San, in “The Red Sleeve”, returns as the dashing chaebol who is allergic to fake smiles.

Gu Won( Lee Junho) the  heir of The King Group, a luxury hotel conglomerate, has been thrown into an inheritance war. The ever smiling Cheon Sa Rang (YoonA) is an employee at his hotel, and known as the queen of smiles. When these two encounter each other, amidst the smiles and scowls, there are plenty of sparks.

If the initial teasers and posters are to go by,  Lee Junho and YoonA, sizzling onscreen chemistry is going to make this totally worth your while.

Where To Watch : Netflix

Premieres On June 15

“See You In My 19 Th Life”

See you in my 19th Life
Credit: Netflix
See you in my 19th Life

Based on the popular webtoon of the same name, , Studio Dragons”, See You in My 19th Life” tells the story of Ban Ji Eum (Shin Hye Sun) who has been repeatedly reincarnated for over a thousand years, and remembers all of her past lives. But after her her 18th life is tragically cut short, Ban Ji Eum determines that in  her 19th life, she will set out to find a man named Moon Seo Ha (Ahn Bo Hyun) whom she had  met in her 18th life, but will the memories of the past sabotage the romance?

Where To Watch: Netflix

Premieres On June 17


Credit Netflix: Celebrity
Credit Netflix: Celebrity

“Fame is a blank check. If you have it, the world will exalt you, no matter what you do,” is the opening of the promo of Park Gyu Young’s ( Dali & The Cocky Prince) latest drama, “ Celebrity”.

Celebrity follows Seo A Ri ( Park Gyu Young) who enters the world of glamor in her pursuit to be the  next hot celebrity. But, is she prepared to deal with the dark side of fame, money and showbiz.  The series will also star CNBLUE drummer Kang Min-hyuk, Lee Chung-ah, Lee Song-gun and Jun Hyo-seong.

Where To Watch : Netflix

Premiers On June 30



The super versatile Kim Tae Ri is back, this time a a  woman possessed by an evil spirit.

Kim Tae Ri stars as Goo San Young, a part-time worker by day and a civil service exam student by night. Despite her harsh reality, she is determined to meet the many challenges, until the day when she accepts an object. The mysterious object casts a spell and she is consumed by a malevolent energy.

Where To Watch: Disney

Premiers on 23rd June



Sun Woo Hyeok (Taec Yeon) is a half human and half vampire, who wants to become a complete human. However he misses out on the chance to become one.

 He gets involved with Joo In Hae (Won Ji An) a contract nurse-teacher, who also runs a guest house. In Hae has had a tough life and is an aloof person. But when circumstances lead Sun Woo Hyeol and Joo In Haw to share a house together, it is the perfect brew for a hot romance.

Where To Watch: Prime Video

Premiers On June 26th

“Lies Hidden In My Garden”

Studio Dragon’s “Lies Hidden in My Garden” is an adaptation of a novel of the same name. A  suspense thriller about two women who lead entirely different lives. However, a suspicious smell in one of their backyards winds up bringing the two together in ways that they could never have expected.

The drama stars Kim Tae Hee and Lim Ji Yeon.

Where To Watch: Prime Video

Premiers On  June 19



Based on the webtoon of the same name, “Bloodhounds” is an action noir about two young men, who get caught in the murky world of the mafia and loan sharks. 

Woo Do Hwan plays the debt ridden Gun Woo,  a one time rookie boxer, but is lured into the world of gangsters.

Lee Sang Yi plays Woo Jin, Gun Woo’s rival in the boxing ring, but soon starts working with him, as his partner in crime.

Where To Watch : Netflix

Premiers On June 9

“The Villains Of Romance”

The Villains of Romance
The Villains of Romance

A coming-of-age romance about young college “villains” as they learn about love and longing . Kang Hee Jae ( Bato) desperately wants to appear cool to others, but feels inadequate. Struggling  to forgive his girlfriend for her “savage” behavior, he transforms into an obsessive monster of sorts. Meanwhile, Ban Yoo Jin ( Ha Seung Ri) , an intelligent senior at Kang Hee Jae’s college, struggles to keep a relationship.  She accepts Hee Jae’s bold advances, and they start to date. What happens next, will they cement their relationship or get sick of each other?

Where to Watch: Viki

Premiers On June 5


Jang Ho Woo (Kim Myung Soo) works as an accountant at Taeil Accounting Firm, one of the four big accounting firms in South Korea. Jang Ho Woo, though intelligent, is discriminated against for holding just a high school diploma and his lack of a perfect background . Han Seung Jo (Choi Jin Hyuk) the son of the vice president of Taeil Accounting Firm, also works at the same firm. But when Ho Woo comes across the corruption at the firm, will his nemesis Seung Jo help him in dismantling the structure and bring justice?

Where To Watch :Viki

Premiers On June 23

“My Perfect Stranger”

Hae Jun (Kim Dong Wook), is a successful reporter and anchor at a news station. He is cantankerous, cynical and has serious abandonment issues.However, his world is turned upside down when he unexpectedly comes across a time machine. Yoon Young (Jin Ki Joo) leads an ordinary life as an editor at a publishing company until she discovers her mother’s lifeless body by a riverside. One day  when she gets struck by an invisible car, she goes back in time and wakes up in the year 1987. These two characters meet and gradually come to understand that the coincidences between them carry a deeper significance beyond mere chance

Where To Watch: Viki

Premiers on June 21

“Oh! Youngsim”

When she was young, Oh Young Sim (Song Ha Yoon) and Wang Kyung Tae (Donghae) were friends. But while Wang Kyung Tae was attracted to Oh Young Sim, she didn’t quite feel the same way. Twenty years later, Oh Young Sim has become a TV producer who makes variety shows. Although she always tries her hardest to score a ratings hit, her TV shows almost invariably tank and get canceled. Oh Young Sim hopes to turn over a new leaf when she is given the opportunity to create a pilot for a new romance-themed entertainment show. She wants to cast a hot, eligible bachelor in the show. She casts a startup CEO named Mark Wang for the role, but when he arrives for the filming, she suddenly realizes that he is none other than Wang Kyung Tae – all grown up…and exceptionally handsome! What will happen when these childhood friends must reunite after all these years? Does Wang Kyung Tae still feel the same way about Oh Young Sim?

Where To Watch : Viki

Premiers On June 15

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