6 K dramas premiering in June 2021

Hospital Playlist 2

Here are some K-dramas that will be making its premiere in the transiting season. All the new dramas will be happening almost consecutively in Mid-June starting from a light-hearted youth drama, At a Distance, Spring is Green.

The ever-popular series coming back with a new season, Hospital Playlist 2 and Voice 4 are all making their debut in June 2021.

Excited? Here’s the list of K-dramas.
Status: coming very soon.

At a Distance, Spring is Green

At a Distance, Spring is Green

No. of episodes: 12
Genre: Romance, Friendship, Youth, School
Native title: 멀리서 보면 푸른 봄
Original network: KBS, Viki

Premiere: 14 June, every Monday and Tuesday

Adapted from a webtoon, the coming of age story is about a group of young adults in their early twenties. The problem they face as a college student. A school project brought two individuals with contrasting personalities together.

Monthly Magazine Home

Monthly Magazine House - JTBC Kdrama 2021
Monthly Magazine House – JTBC Kdrama 2021

No. of episodes: 16
Genre: Business, Romance, Contract Relationship, Comedy
Native title: 월간 집
Original network: JTBC

Premiere: 16 June, every Wednesday and Thursday

The drama is about a romance story between a self-made CEO Yoo Ja Sung (Kim Ji Suk) and his housemate Na Young Won (Jung So Min). The story unfolds while we follow the editors of a house magazine company.

Hospital Playlist 2

Hospital Playlist 2

No. of episodes: 12
Genre: Friendship, Medical, Comedy
Native title: 슬기로운 의사생활++
Original network: tvN, Netflix

Premiere: 17 June 2021

The second sequel of the Hospital Playlist is here. We continue to follow the footsteps of five close doctor friends in their daily life as a doctor and bandmates. Starring Jo Jung Suk, Yoo Yeon Seok, Jung Kyung Ho, Kim Dae Myung, and Jeon Mi Do.

So Not Worth It

Netflix's So Not Worth It
Netflix’s So Not Worth It

No. of episodes: 10
Genre: School, Youth, Comedy, Romance, Friendship
Native Title: 내일 지구가 망해버렸으면 좋겠어
Original network: Netflix

The sitcom drama is about a group of multinational students living in the college dorm together. Filled with love, fun, and chaos as well.

The group of students includes the teacher assistant Se Wan (Park Se Wan) who is in charge of managing the dorm, Jamie (Shin Hyun Seung) is a new transfer student from America, the son of the president of tteokbokki food empire Sam (GOT7’s Choi Youngjae) from Australia, Minnie ((G)I-DLE’s Minnie) from Thailand who is living in the K-drama world.

Voice 4: Judgment Hour

Voice 4 Judgment Hour
Voice 4 – Judgment Hour

No. of episodes: 14
Genre: Crime, Investigation, Thriller, Mystery, Action
Native title: 보이스4: 심판의 시간
Original network: tvN

tvN is back with another season of the ever-popular thriller series, Voice. The drama is set in an emergency call center and the staff who attempt to crack crime using the limited information from the callers. Starring Lee Ha Na, Song Seung Heon, and more.


Nevertheless - JTBC 2021 Drama
Nevertheless – JTBC 2021 Drama

No. of episodes: 10
Genre: Romance, Drama
Native title: 알고있지만
Original network: JTBC

Premiere: 19 June, every Saturday

Adapted from a webtoon of the same name, the story is about the romance between Park Jae Uhn (Song Kang) and Yoo Na Bi (Han So Hee). Park Hae Uhn is a flirt but finds dating is a waste of time. Yoo Na Bi, someone who does not trust ‘love’ but wants to date. Her first love really hit her badly and ever since, she no longer believes in love, destiny, and sworn not to get swept up by love again.

Which are the South Korean dramas you are looking forward to in June? Comment down below! If binge-watching is your game, do check out the dramas that were aired in March and April 2021

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