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8 New Korean Dramas To Watch Out For In July 2020

New K-Dramas To Watch Out For In July 2020

Gearing up the K-Drama lover in you? Well, July is so ready to get your heart racing for 8 awesome Korean dramas that are about to air this month! Thriller, action, classic rom-com, heavy drama – you name it! We’re all highly anticipating the first episodes of these dramas to air.


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Into The Ring/Memorials (Nana, Park Sung-Hoon)

  • Release Date: July 1, 2020
  • Runtime: Wednesday & Thursday 21:30
  • Network: KBS2
  • Cast: Nana, Park Sung-Hoon
Memorials (Nana, Park Sung-Hoon)

This unique rom-com starring Nana and Park Sung-Hoon is already being talked about not only because if its casting, but also because of its fun plot. The story is about Koo Se-Ra (played by Nana) who has a jolly personality despite her difficult background. She constantly looks for part-time jobs and is also famous for always filing civil complaints. She then gets involved with a 5th-grade public officer who’s an absolute opposite of her.

‘Into The Ring’ will air on KBS2 taking the place of ‘Soul Mechanic’.

Read more: ‘Into The Ring’ Fashion Review


The Good Detective (Son Hyun-Joo, Jang Seung-Jo, Lee Elijah)

  • Release Date: July 6, 2020
  • Runtime: Monday & Tuesday 21:30
  • Network: JTBC
  • Cast: Son Hyun-Joo, Jang Seung-Jo, Lee Elijah
Exemplary Detective (Son Hyun-Joo, Jang Seung-Jo, Lee Elijah)

Here’s an intense thriller crime K-Drama in the list! It’s about elite and experienced detectives trying to uncover crimes in Incheon.

Due to the outbreak, filming got delayed. ‘The Good Detective’ will air on JTBC every Monday and Tuesday to take over the slot of the drama ‘Sweet Munchies’.


To All The Guys Who Loved Me (Hwang Jung-Eum, Yoon Hyun-Min, Seo Ji-Hoon)

  • Release Date: July 6, 2020
  • Runtime: Monday & Tuesday 22:00
  • Network: KBS2
  • Cast: Hwang Jung-Eum, Yoon Hyun-Min, Seo Ji-Hoon
That Guy Is The Guy (Hwang Jung-Eum, Yoon Hyun-Min, Seo Ji-Hoon)

Here’s another rom-com K-Drama to look forward to! ‘To All The Guys Who Loved Me’ stars Hwang Jung-Eum, Yoon Hyun-Min, and Seo Ji-Hoon.

The plot tells the story of a successful career woman who works as the team leader of a webcomic company. Because of the heartbreaks, she experienced from previous relationships, she chose to remain single. However, she then receives confessions of love from two men – one who’s a cold-hearted successful businessman and another whom she’s known all her life as a close friend.

To All The Guys Who Loved Me will air every Monday and Tuesday nights on KBS2. It will take the slot of ‘Born Again’.

Read more: ‘To All The Guys Who Loved Me’ Fashion Review


Was It Love (Song Ji-Hyo, Son Ho-Joon, Song Jong-Ho, Kim Min-Joon, Koo Ja-Sung)

  • Release Date: July 8, 2020
  • Runtime: Wednesday & Thursday 21:30
  • Network: JTBS
  • Cast: Song Ji-Hyo, Son Ho-Joon, Song Jong-Ho, Kim Min-Joon, Koo Ja-Sung
Was It Love (Song Ji-Hyo, Son Ho-Joon, Song Jong-Ho, Kim Min-Joon, Koo Ja-Sung)

Aren’t we all super excited to see Song Ji-Hyo in another drama?!  ‘Was It Love’ is the perfect summer romantic drama we all want to see! The plot is about Noh Ae-Jung (played by Song Ji-Hyo) who is a single mother who hasn’t been with a man in 14 years. She then comes across 4 different men of very different backgrounds to make her feel loved again.

‘Was it Love’ will air on  JTBC every Wednesday and Thursday, taking the slot of ‘Mystic Pop-up Bar’.

Read more: ‘Was It Love’ Fashion Review


Graceful Friends (Yu Jun-Sang, Song Yoon-Ah)

  • Release Date: July 10, 2020
  • Runtime: Friday & Saturday 22:50
  • Network: JTBC
  • Cast: Yu Jun-Sang, Song Yoon-Ah
Graceful Friends (Yu Jun-Sang, Song Yoon-Ah)

JTBC has been proving themselves as leaders when it comes to dark, thrilling Korean Dramas. From the cable TV who gave us ‘Sky Castle’ and ‘The World of Married’ comes another dark mystery drama to put us at the edge of our seats!

Starring Yoo Joon Sang, Bae Soo Bin, and Song Yoona, ‘Graceful Friends’ is about a group of couples in their 40s who have been friends for over 20 years. Their friendship is then put on a rough road when a murder involving them takes place.

‘Graceful Friends’ will air on JTBC every Friday and Saturday in the slot previously taken by ‘The World of Married’. Filming got delayed because of the pandemic hence the July release.


Train (Yoon Si-Yoon, Kyung Soo-Jin, Shin So-Yul)

  • Release Date: July 11, 2020
  • Runtime: Saturday & Sunday 22:30
  • Network: OCN
  • Cast: Yoon Si-Yoon, Kyung Soo-Jin, Shin So-Yul
Train (Yoon Si-Yoon, Kyung Soo-Jin, Shin So-Yul)

Cable TV channel OCN is stepping up their game with the release of their recent Korean dramas. For the month of July, action thriller ‘Train’ is something to watch out for. The plot of the story revolves around a detective, prosecutor, and scientific investigator in which lives are connected by a serial killing case.

‘Train’ will air every Saturday and Sunday at 22:30, taking the slot of ‘Team Bulldog: Off Duty Investigation’.


Chip In(Kim Hye-Joon, Oh Na-Ra)

  • Release Date: July 22, 2020
  • Runtime: Wednesday & Thursday 21:30
  • Network: MBC
  • Cast: Kim Hye-Joon, Oh Na-Ra
United Effort To Accomplish One Thing (Kim Hye-Joon, Oh Na-Ra)

Kim Hye-Joon, whom most of us know as the mean queen from Netflix’s Kingdom, is now back in another drama. ‘Chip In’ delves into the story of Bit Na (played by Kim Hye-Joon), the wealthy heiress of a famous painter whose life turns upside down after she uncovers the truth about their billion-dollar wealth.

‘Chip In’ will air every Wednesday and Thursday on MBC in the slot previously taken by ‘She Knows Everything’.


Flower Of Evil (Lee Joon-Gi, Moon Chae-Won)

  • Release Date: July 29, 2020
  • Runtime: Wednesday & Thursday 22:50
  • Network: tvN
  • Cast: Lee Joon-Gi, Moon Chae-Won
Flower Of Evil (Lee Joon-Gi, Moon Chae-Won)

Dark and mysterious– these are just a few words to describe Flower Of Evil’s nerve-wracking plot. The story dives into the lives of married couple Cha Ji-Won (played by Moon Chae-Won) and Baek Hee-Sung (played by Lee Joon-Gi). Baek Hee-Sung is a loving and dedicated husband and father, but as his wife gets deeper into his secrets, it all turns out that everything is just a facade.

This mystery, thriller drama will air on tvN on Wednesdays and Thursdays, taking the place of ‘Oh My Baby’.

Read more: ‘Flower Of Evil’ Fashion Review


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