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6 New Korean Dramas Coming Out In June 2024 To Add To Your Watch List

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

New Korean Dramas Coming Out In June 2024 To Add To Your Watch List

Here we are again with our monthly watch list of the hottest upcoming Korean dramas to reach your screens!

This June 2024, the list may not be that long, but these 6 K-dramas are surely going to send you on a whirlwind of emotions and excitement.

NEW K-DRAMAS TO WATCH IN JUNE 2024

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The Player 2: Master of Swindlers (Song Seung-Heon)

  • Release date: June 3, 2024
  • Runtime: Monday & Tuesday, 20:50
  • Network: tvN
  • Cast: Song Seung-Heon
  • Where to watch: Viki
New Korean Dramas Coming Out In June 2024 To Add To Your Watch List

It follows the plot of the first season ‘The Player‘, which tells about a genius swindler, a skilled fighter, a talented hacker, and a getaway driver teaming up to recover stolen goods from corrupt elites. With their unique skills, they outsmart criminals while evading law enforcement. In ‘The Player 2: Master of Swindlers,‘ the team returns with even higher stakes. This season, expect more mystery and intense action as they face cunning adversaries and unravel deeper conspiracies. Starring Song Seung-Heon, this K-Drama will surely be a blast!

‘The Player 2: Master of Swindlers’ will air on tvN every Monday and Tuesday, taking the slot previously occupied by “Lovely Runner”.

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Hierarchy (Roh Jeong-Eui, Lee Jae-Won, Ji Hye-Won, Lee Won-Jung, Lee Chae-Min)

  • Release date: June 7, 2024
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  • Network: Netflix
  • Cast: Roh Jeong-Eui, Lee Jae-Won, Ji Hye-Won, Lee Won-Jung, Lee Chae-Min
  • Where to watch: Netflix
Hierarchy (Roh Jeong-Eui, Lee Jae-Won, Ji Hye-Won, Lee Won-Jung, Lee Chae-Min)

If you can’t get enough of plots delving into the dark truths of Korea’s most elite, then here’s another K-Drama to watch out for!

The plot centers on Jooshin High School – the top school in South Korea, founded by the Jooshin Group. Only special students, chosen at birth, can attend. These include Jung Jae-Yi (Roh Jeong-Eui), the first daughter of Jaeyool Group; Kim Ri-An (Kim Jae-Won), heir to the Jooshin Group; Yoon He-Ra (Ji Hye-Won), youngest daughter of International Yoon; and Lee Woo-Jin (Lee Won-Jung), the second son of a powerful politician. Kang Ha (Lee Chae-Min) transfers to Jooshin High School with a pure and innocent smile, but he has a secret. His arrival starts to shake the strong foundations of Jooshin High, bringing unexpected changes.

‘Hierarchy’ is going to be available for streaming on Netflix.

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My Sweet Mobster (Uhm Tae-Goo, Han Sun-Hwa)

  • Release date: June 12, 2024
  • Runtime: Wednesday & Thursday, 20:50
  • Network: JTBC
  • Cast: Uhm Tae-Goo, Han Sun-Hwa
  • Where to watch: Viki
My Sweet Mobster (Uhm Tae-Goo, Han Sun-Hwa)

Of course, no K-Drama list is ever complete without our favorite classic rom-coms! For June, we got ‘My Sweet Mobster’, which tells the story of Seo Ji-Hwan (Uhm Tae-Goo), a former gangster who is now a company CEO. He helps ex-gang members start new lives. Meanwhile, Go Eun-Ha (Han Sun-Hwa) runs a YouTube channel for kids called Mini Sister, sharing love and happiness. Her channel isn’t very popular, and she remembers a kind older boy from her childhood. One day, while working a part-time cleaning job, she accidentally hurts Seo Ji-Hwan.

‘My Sweet Mobster’ will be broadcast on JTBC every Wednesday and Thursday. This will take the slot of ‘Frankly Speaking.’

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Miss Night and Day (Lee Jung-Eun, Choi Jin-Hyuk)

  • Release date: June 15, 2024
  • Runtime: Saturday & Sunday, 22:30
  • Network: JTBC
  • Cast: Lee Jung-Eun, Choi Jin-Hyuk
  • Where to watch: Netflix
Miss Night and Day (Lee Jung-Eun, Choi Jin-Hyuk)

Fantasy dramas will never get old and it’s definitely something we’ll never get enough of!

The K-Drama ‘Miss Night and Day‘ follows the life of Lee Mi-Jin (Lee Jung-Eun), a struggling job seeker in her 20s, who mysteriously wakes up one day in the body of a woman in her 50s. By day, she becomes Im Soon, an all-around intern at the Seohan District Public Prosecutors’ Office, working for the perfectionist prosecutor Kye Ji-Woong (Choi Jin-Hyuk). At night, she reverts to her 20s self. Despite the bizarre circumstances, Mi-Jin seizes this chance to prove her abilities. Kye Ji-Woong, who is strict and dedicated to his work, finds himself unexpectedly involved with both versions of Mi-Jin.

‘Miss Night and Day’ will air on JTBC, taking over the Saturday and Sunday 22:30 time slot previously held by ‘The Atypical Family.’

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DNA Lover (Choi Si-Won, Jung In-Sun, Lee Tae-Hwan, Jung Eugene)

  • Release date: June 22, 2024
  • Runtime: Saturday & Sunday, 21:10
  • Network: TV Chosun
  • Cast: Choi Si-Won, Jung In-Sun, Lee Tae-Hwan, Jung Eugene
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DNA Lover (Choi Si-Won, Jung In-Sun, Lee Tae-Hwan, Jung Eugene)

Shim Yeon-Woo (Choi Si-Won), a charming ob/gyn, runs Shim Clinic and effortlessly wins over women’s hearts. However, when he makes one fall in love with him and eventually turns possessive, he swiftly ends things. Han So-Jin (Jung In-Sun), a geeky researcher obsessed with finding her genetic match, crosses paths with Yeon-Woo. Meanwhile, the kind and handsome firefighter Seo Kang-Hoon (Lee Tae-Hwan) provides constant support to So-Jin. Adding to the mix is Jang Mi-Eun (Jung Eugene), a love columnist and Yeon-Woo’s ex-girlfriend. The intertwined lives of these characters promise romance, humor, and unexpected twists.

‘DNA Lover’ will air on TV Chosun’s Saturday and Sunday weekend slot, previously held by ‘My Happy Ending.’

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The Whirlwind (Sol Kyung-Gu, Kim Hee-Ae)

  • Release date: June, 2024
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  • Network: Netflix
  • Cast: Sol Kyung-Gu, Kim Hee-Ae
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The Whirlwind (Sol Kyung-Gu, Kim Hee-Ae)

Sol Kyung-Gu, known for his role in ‘Kill Boksoon,’ and Kim Hee-Ae, famous for her performance in ‘The World of the Married,’ are set to star in this intense political drama on Netflix.

Park Dong-Ho (Sol Kyung-Gu) serves as the prime minister of South Korea. He is determined to hold the corrupt president accountable for colluding with powerful family-owned corporations known as chaebols and to bring about change in the political landscape. Jung Soo-Jin (Kim Hee-Ae) holds the position of deputy prime minister for economic affairs. When she challenges Park Dong-Ho, it leads to intense political conflict.

‘The Whirlwind’ is coming to Netflix this June.

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So, have you found the K-Drama plot that spoke to you? Whether you pick one or decide to watch them all, June 2024 is definitely going to be an exciting time for the K-Drama scene!

Which K-Drama are you most excited about?
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