You know the drill! We’re back again with another exciting list of new Korean dramas to fill our watch list this coming June 2021. Many of them are going to be new ones while others are going to be the highly-anticipated upcoming seasons for our favorite top-rating K-dramas!
Without further ado, here are 8 of them coming next month.
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Penthouse 3 (Lee Ji-Ah, Kim So-Yeon, Eugene)
- Release Date: June 4, 2021
- Runtime: Friday, 22:00
- Network: SBS
- Cast: Lee Ji-Ah, Kim So-Yeon, Eugene
After Penthouse 2’s major cliffhanger, season 3 is finally here to put an end to this hellish rollercoaster ride in Hera Palace!
‘Penthouse 3’ will be the last season installment of the drama and it will continue the mysteries and revenge that surround the elite families of Hera Palace.
It will air on SBS every Friday, taking the time slot of ‘Taxi Driver’.
To be updated.
Love (ft. Marriage & Divorce) 2
- Release Date: June 12, 2021
- Runtime: Saturday & Sunday, 21:00
- Network: TV Chosun
If you have loved the twisted mess of the first season, then here’s the 2nd season of ‘Love (ft. Marriage & Divorce)’ to satisfy your drama cravings. It tells the story of three wives in their 30s, 40s and 50s respectively and how they deal with misfortunes they faced in their marriages.
The drama will air on TV Chosun every Saturday and Sunday.
At A Distance, Spring Is Green (Park Ji-Hoon, Kang Min-Ah, Lee Shin-Young)
- Release Date: June 14, 2021
- Runtime: Monday & Tuesday, 21:30
- Network: KBS2
- Cast: Park Ji-Hoon, Kang Min-Ah, Lee Shin-Young
Here’s a romance drama with a coming-of-age university setting. The plot revolves around the lives of three university students: Yeo Joon (Park Ji-Hoon), Kim So-Bin (Kang Min-Ah), and Nam Soo Hyun (Lee Shin-Young).
Three of these university students have very different personalities and also live different lives. Yeo Joon is rich and friendly, but his parents don’t have much time for him. So Bin is a sincere person but has a difficult past due to the divorce of her parents. And lastly, Soo Hyun is a perfectionist and he excels academically but is very wary of people due to his difficult and financially challenging situation.
‘At a Distance, Spring is Green’ will air every Monday and Tuesday on KBS2. It will take the time slot of ‘Youth of May’.
To be updated.
Monthly House (Jung So-Min, Kim Ji-Seok)
- Release Date: June 16, 2021
- Runtime: Wednesday & Thursday, 21:00
- Network: JTBC
- Cast: Jung So-Min, Kim Ji-Seok
We’re back at seeing Jung So-Min again in yet another drama about house rentals and we’re not complaining!
The plot of ‘Monthly House’ revolves around the life of one of the editors of Monthly House Magazine, Na Young-Won (Jung So-Min). She’s been with the real estate magazine for 10 years but has yet to purchase her own home. On the other hand, Yoo Ja-Sung (Kim Ji-Seok) is the CEO of Monthly House Magazine. He becomes the new owner of the house which Young-Won rents.
‘Monthly House’ will air on JTBC every Wednesday and Thursday to take the place of ‘Law School’.
Hospital Playlist 2 (Cho Jung-Seok, Yoo Yeon-Seok, Jung Kyung-Ho, Kim Dae-Myung, Jeon Mi-Do)
- Release Date: June 17, 2021
- Runtime: Thursday, 21:00
- Network: tvN
- Cast: Cho Jung-Seok, Yoo Yeon-Seok, Jung Kyung-Ho, Kim Dae-Myung, Jeon Mi-Do
One of the most highly-anticipated K-Drama installments that’ll come next month is ‘Hospital Playlist 2’. It still stars the same main cast Cho Jung-Seok, Yoo Yeon-Seok, Jung Kyung-Ho, Kim Dae-Myung, and Jeon Mi-Do. We’ll surely love the new stories of these 5 medical doctors who work in the same hospital.
‘Hospital Playlist 2’ will take on the slot of ‘Hospital Playlist’ every Thursday on tvN.
Voice 4 (Lee Ha-Na, Song Seung-Heon)
- Release Date: June 18, 2021
- Runtime: Friday & Saturday, 22:50
- Network: tvN
- Cast: Lee Ha-Na, Song Seung-Heon
The 4th installment of the mystery thriller K-Drama ‘Voice’ will tackle the case of a serial killer with enhanced hearing ability. Kang Kwon-Joo (Lee Ha-Na) who possesses the same ability, is now faced with a bigger dilemma so she teams up with LAPD Detective Derek Jo (Song Seung-Heon) to catch the killer.
‘Voice 4’ will air on tvN every Saturday and Sunday to take the place of ‘Dark Hole’.
Nevertheless (Song Kang, Han So-Hee)
- Release Date: June 19, 2021
- Runtime: Saturday, 23:00
- Network: JTBC
- Cast: Song Kang, Han So-Hee
‘Nevertheless’ is an upcoming romantic drama centering on two university students in an art school. With very exciting leads starring Song Kang and Han So-Hee, the drama has been gaining attention even before the script reading.
The plot is about Park Jae-Eon (Song Kang) who seems to have a nice and cheerful personality but is actually hesitant to be in a relationship with anyone. He then meets his fellow art student Yoo Na-Bi (Han So-Hee), who had a hurtful past with her first love.
‘Nevertheless’ will air on JTBC every Saturday, taking the slot of ‘Undercover’.
No One But A Madman (Jung Jae-Young, Moon So-Ri)
- Release Date: June, 2021
- Runtime: Wednesday & Thursday, 21:20
- Network: MBC
- Cast: Jung Jae-Young, Moon So-Ri
‘No One But A Madman’ is a K-Drama that has a relatable plot. It has a more mature genre that tackles struggles in one’s career.
The drama tells the story of veteran engineer Choi Ban-Seok (Jung Jae-Young), who works as a major developer for Hanmyung Electronics. However, in his 22 years in the industry, he suddenly faces a possible dismissal, so in order to prevent this, he was left with no choice but to get transferred to the personnel department. He then meets the personnel department leader Dang Ja-Young (Moon So-Ri). Despite contrasting personalities and career goals, they start working together.
‘No One But A Madman’ will air every Wednesday and Thursday on MBC to take the slot of ‘Here’s My Plan’.
To be updated.
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