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7 New Korean Dramas Coming Out In June 2023 To Add To Your Watch List

Which K-drama are you most looking forward to watching?

New Korean Dramas Coming Out In June 2023 To Add To Your Watch List

The past few months of this year have been quite fun and intense thanks to a bunch of Korean dramas that sent us to full throttle!

While a few of them are about to wrap up this coming June, new and exciting K-dramas are going to roll out to replace them and we swear, they are worth anticipating!

NEW K-DRAMAS TO WATCH IN JUNE 2023

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Bloodhounds (Woo Do-Hwan, Park Sung-Woong, Heo Joon-Ho, Kim Sae-Ron, Lee Sang-Yi)

  • Release date: June 9, 2023
  • Runtime: 
  • Network: Netflix
  • Cast: Woo Do-Hwan, Park Sung-Woong, Heo Joon-Ho, Kim Sae-Ron, Lee Sang-Yi
  • Where to watch: Netflix
Bloodhounds (Woo Do-Hwan, Park Sung-Woong, Heo Joon-Ho, Kim Sae-Ron, Lee Sang-Yi)

Ready to start your month with some intense action? ‘Bloodhound’ is a good start as it tells the story of Kim Gun-Woo (played by Woo Do-Hwan), a talented boxer, who sacrifices his career to save his indebted mother from loan shark Kim Myung-Gil (played by Park Sung-Woong). He joins CEO Choi (played by Heo Joon-Ho), who offers interest-free loans to those in need. Gun-Woo teams up with resourceful Kim Hyun-Joo (Kim Sae-Ron) and financial expert Choi Woo-Jin (Lee Sang-Yi) to assist Choi in challenging the loan shark industry. In this gripping tale of redemption and friendship, Gun-Woo, Hyun-Joo, and Woo-Jin face the harsh realities of the money-lending business. They unite to overcome challenges and pave the way for a new paradigm, freeing those trapped in debt and despair.

‘Bloodhounds’ will be available for streaming on Netflix on June 9, 2023.

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King The Land (Lee Jun-Ho, YoonA)

  • Release date: June 17, 2023
  • Runtime: Saturday & Sunday, 22:30
  • Network: JTBC
  • Cast: Lee Jun-Ho, YoonA
  • Where to watch: Netflix
King The Land (Lee Jun-Ho, YoonA)

This is a romance K-drama many are highly anticipating this month! ‘King The Land’ stars Lee Jun-Ho and YoonA.

The plot is about Gu Won (played by Lee Jun-Ho), who has to tackle an inheritance war while still trying his luck in the dating game. Cheerful Cheon Sa-Rang (played by YoonA), with treasured memories of the King Hotel, joins its staff and experiences her own growth journey. When they meet, a real romance blossoms; traveling down a maze of business and personal hurdles, they unlock newfound insights into love, faith, and resilience. Gu Won banishes his trust issues and rethinks how to spot true smiles. For Sa-Rang meanwhile, she uncovers inner grit that brings her joy, fulfillment – and empowerment to take on life’s tests! Ultimately their connection helps them overcome all obstacles in their paths – cupping hands around each other’s battles ’til the end.

‘King The Land’ will air on JTBC every Saturday and Sunday. It will take the time slot of ‘Doctor Cha’.

Read more: ‘King The Land’ Fashion Info

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See You in My 19th Life (Shin Hye-Sun, Ahn Bo-Hyun)

  • Release date: June 17, 2023
  • Runtime: Saturday & Sunday, 21:10
  • Network: tvN
  • Cast: Shin Hye-Sun, Ahn Bo-Hyun
  • Where to watch: Netflix
See You in My 19th Life (Shin Hye-Sun, Ahn Bo-Hyun)

Based on a fantasy webtoon, ‘See You in My 19th Life’ will absolutely send you on a rollercoaster of emotions.

Ban Ji-Eum (played by Shin Hye-Sun) has experienced eighteen lives before – and now, she’s now inhabiting her nineteenth. With each rebirth, all of the memories remain—something she hates with a passion. But in her eighteenth life as Yoon Joo-Won, she made a connection with Moon Seo-Ha (played by Ahn Bo-Hyun) that ran so deep, it transcended time itself. Fast forward to the present day: Ban Ji-Eum remembers their past and reaches out to him with warmth and love. Moon Seo-Ha once lost Yoon Joo-Won, his first love. Since then, he’d held himself back from any emotional ties. But suddenly, fate dealt him a wild card—Ban Ji-Eum! Everything turns upside down and they start questioning if love is even worth it. It changed both their lives forever!

‘See You in My 19th Life’ will air on tvN every Saturday and Sunday, taking the place of ‘Tale of the Nine-Tailed 1938’.

Read more: ‘See You In My 19th Life’ Fashion Info

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Lies Hidden in My Garden (Kim Tae-Hee, Im Ji-Yeon, Choi Jae-Rim)

  • Release date: June 19, 2023
  • Runtime: Monday & Tuesday, 22:00
  • Network: ENA, Genie TV
  • Cast: Kim Tae-Hee, Im Ji-Yeon, Choi Jae-Rim
  • Where to watch:
Lies Hidden in My Garden (Kim Tae-Hee, Im Ji-Yeon, Choi Jae-Rim)

Aren’t we all so hyped to see Kim Tae-Hee again in a drama? This time, she’ll serve us a suspense thriller, along with a stunning cast.

It dives into the story of Moon Joo-Ran (Kim Tae-Hee), a contented housewife from a wealthy family, who had her world thrown into disarray when an unfamiliar scent invaded her backyard. When she began nosing around for answers, she encountered Chu Sang-Eun (Im Ji-Yeon), living the opposite life of destitution with an abusive husband; Kim Yoon-Beom (Choi Jae-Rim). Suddenly, word came in of his sudden demise and Joo-Ran found herself drawn toward this woman’s struggles. As these disparate lives collided and intertwined, deepening connections revealed unknown realities beneath their seemingly separate existences—all pivoted on Yoon-Beom’s death; changing both their paths forever.

‘Lies Hidden in My Garden’ will be available on ENA and Genie TV starting June 19, 2023.

Read more: ‘Lies Hidden In My Garden’ Fashion Info

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Numbers (Kim Myung-Soo, Choi Jin-Hyuk)

  • Release date: June 23, 2023
  • Runtime: Friday & Saturday, 22:00
  • Network: MBC
  • Cast: Kim Myung-Soo, Choi Jin-Hyuk
  • Where to watch:
Numbers (Kim Myung-Soo, Choi Jin-Hyuk)

Next on the list is another K-Drama to put you on the edge of your seat. If you’re up for some intense corporate politics and conflict, ‘Numbers’ is something you should check out.

It’s about Jang Ho-Woo (Kim Myung-Soo), an extraordinarily intelligent high school grad, who toils away as the sole salaried employee at South Korea’s leading accounting company, Taeil Accounting Firm – despite having to deal with ludicrous office antics. In contrast, Han Seung-Jo (Choi Jin-Hyuk) strolls in with a powerful and family man background. The clash between Jang Ho-Woo’s doggedness and Han Seung-Jo’s entitlement sparks a compelling tale about ambition and integrity set in the cutthroat corporate world – where truth comes at a price.

‘Numbers’ will air on MBC every Friday and Saturday, taking the slot of ‘Joseon Attorney: A Morality’.

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Revenant (Kim Tae-Ri, Oh Jung-Se, Hong Kyung)

  • Release date: June 23, 2023
  • Runtime: Friday & Saturday, 22:00
  • Network: SBS
  • Cast: Kim Tae-Ri, Oh Jung-Se, Hong Kyung
  • Where to watch: Disney+
Revenant (Kim Tae-Ri, Oh Jung-Se, Hong Kyung)

Can’t get enough of fantasy dramas? Well, there’s another one on this list for those of you who like dark and mysterious fantasy K-dramas.

‘Revenant’ revolves around Ku San-Young (Kim Tae-Ri), a real go-getter working hard to become a public officer, who is suddenly possessed by a devil from another world. Yeom Hae-Sang (Oh Jung-Se), able to perceive demons, comes into contact with San-Young and attempts to get to the bottom of the mysterious deaths associated with five sacred objects. As unexplainable fatalities start happening around her, San-Young later finds papers left behind by her late dad that result in strange changes for her. Lieutenant Lee Hong-Sae (Hong Kyung) puts career ambitions first and soon gets caught up in all these puzzling cases due to San-Young’s and Hae-Sang’s involvement. In this demon realm, they explore, uncovering secrets along the way as their personal inner demons are faced in pursuit of truth and justice.

‘Revenant’ will air on SBS every Friday and Saturday to take the time slot of ‘Dr. Romantic 3’.

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Heartbeat (Taecyeon, Won Ji-An)

  • Release date: June 26, 2023
  • Runtime: Monday & Tuesday, 21:50
  • Network: KBS2
  • Cast: Taecyeon, Won Ji-An
  • Where to watch:
Heartbeat (Taecyeon, Won Ji-An)

Love and vampires – themes we’ll never ever get tired of!

Taecyeon stars in ‘Heartbeat’ and he plays Sun Woo-Hyeol, a hybrid of human and vampire, who is determined to become completely human. Always eager to try new things, he’s ahead of the trends for his own special reason. When fate introduces him to Joo In-Hae (Won Ji-An), a contract nurse-teacher drowning in money troubles and her reputation as a heartless person, they end up living together, and their relationship blooms delicately. While facing unique struggles, Sun Woo-Hyeol and Joo In-Hae venture on an expedition through self-exploration and love. 

‘Heartbeat’ will air on KBS2 every Monday and Tuesday. This will take the spot of ‘My Perfect Stranger’.

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Don’t these all sound exciting to you?! We can’t wait to finally start watching these K-Dramas to see how they’ll make us all swoon once again!

Which K-Drama are you most excited about?
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