The month of scorching heat; June is nearby, and the people have started doing preparations from now. No one will ever like to let their steps outside in that excessive hot summer, rare are the cases when they have to. Something interesting and exciting should be done, better than being bored in your home. Watching K dramas and web shows will take you to a different level of imagination, and for the lovers of K drama, it is going to be a piece of interesting and exciting news. There are many of the K dramas that are going to release in June, so tight pack your schedule to make your time for them. Here are some shows provided for the recommendation for the viewers.
1 ) Weird Lawyer, Woo Young Woo
Written by Moon Ji Won under the direction of Yoo In Shik, Weird Lawyer, Woo Young Woo is the next upcoming K drama series on the list. Starring Park Eun Bin as Woo Young Woo, Kang Tae Oh as Lee Joon Ho, Joo Hyun Young in the main role with Kang Ki Young as Jung Myung Seo, the drama focuses on a smart and an intelligent lawyer whose IQ level is said to be more than 160 and is suffering from the Asperger’s syndrome. Despite her intelligence, she lacks social skills and finds it difficult for her. The exact release date of the drama series is not been officially announced till now but, it will release somewhere around June. Season 1 will release with a total of 16 episodes an hour.
Where to watch Weird Lawyer, Woo Young Woo: The series is said to be released on Netflix and SBS network.
2 ) Why Her?
Starring Sep Hyun-jin in the role of Oh Soo-Jae along with Hwang In-youp and Heo Joon-ho, Why Her? is written by Kim Ji-eun in the directed by Park Soo-jin. Released under the production of Studio S and VO Media, the series is a romantic and legal drama series, that focuses on the love of a cold-hearted lawyer and a law school student. The long 16 episodes of the duration of 70 minutes each tell the story of love between the opposite poles. As the audience has always loved K dramas of any genre, this series would do its best. Get ready to set your reminders for June 3, 2022.
Where to Watch Why Her?: The drama series will originally get released on SBS, and it will also stream on Viki and ViuTV.
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3 ) The Golden Spoon
The Golden Spoon is an upcoming South Korean television series that is written by Kim Eun-hee and Yoon Eun-Kyung, directed by Song Hyun-Wook, and starring Yook Sung-Jae, Jung Chae-Yeon, Yeonwoo, and Lee Jon-won. The series is based on a hit Naver webtoon by HD3 that was published in 2016. Releasing under the production of Samhwa Networks, the premise revolves around a life adventure of a child, Lee Seung-Cheon, who became an acquired gold spoon by changing his fate with a wealthy friend. As of now, the makers and the network have not confirmed the exact release date of the series, but the chances are that it will soon release after May.
Where to Watch The Golden Spoon: The series is slated to release on NBC.
4 ) Little Women
Based on the 1868 novel of the same name by Louisa May Alcott, Little Women is an upcoming South Korean television series written by Chung Seo-Kyung, directed by Kim Hee-won, and starring Kim Go-eun, Nam Ji-Hyun, Park Ji-hu, and Wi Ha-Joon. The audience does not know the release date of the series, but the probability of its release is scheduled by June or further. Released under the production of Studio Dragon, the series depicts the story of three poor sisters who are close, and how they bravely face Korea’s richest family. As the cast of this series is amazing, the viewers must add this to their wishlist.
Where to Watch Little Women: It is stated to premiere on tvN.
5 ) Link: Eat, Love, Kill
An upcoming South Korean television series starring Yeo Jin-goo and Moon Ga-young, is written by Kwon Yi-youn and Kwon Do-hwan and directed by Hong Jong-chan. The series got released under the production of Arc Media and C-JeS Entertainment and revolves around the story of a man, Yeo Jin-goo, who suddenly shares a woman’s, Moon Ga-young, feelings and feels all her joys, sorrows, and pains. The series is said to be released on June 6, 2022, and from the views and the likes its trailer got, it is pretty sure that it will just touch the hearts of the audience.
Where to Watch Link: Eat, Love, Kill: The series is scheduled to release on tvN
6 ) Insider
Written by Moon Man-se and directed by Min Yeon-hong, Insider is an upcoming South Korean television action, thriller, and suspenseful drama series that got released under the production of Ace Factory and SLL. Starring Kang Ha-neul and Lee Yoo-young, the series revolves around a judicial trainee whose life turns upside down when he goes on an undercover investigation and ends up struggling to try to recover his normal life. The series is full of mysteries, thrills, and action drama that will take you to a new venture. The series was first scheduled to be released in 2021, but then it was pushed further. Till now, there is no exact release date of the same, but the probability is that it will release nearly in June.
Where to Watch Insider: The series will release on JTBC, so make your schedule now.
7 ) Island
Starring Kim NamGil, Lee DaHee, Sung Joon, and Cha EunWoo, Island is an upcoming fantasy and mystery drama based on the manga and webtoon of the same title by Yoon In-wan and Yang Kyung-il. Written and directed by Jang Yoon-mi and Bae Jong, the series got released under the production of Studio Dragon and YLab. The series is set on Jeju Island showing the story of three people who fight against an evil that is trying to destroy the world. There is no exact date for the series, but the probability that it will release near June.
Where to Watch Island: The drama is scheduled to premiere on the OCN network.
8 ) Yumi’s Cells 2
Based on the webtoon Yumi’s Cells by Lee Dong-gun, the psychological and romantic drama is written by Kim Kyung-ran with Kim Yoon-Joo in the direction of Lee Sang-yeob. Season 1 of the series ran from September 17, 2021, to October 30, 2021, and got released under the production of Studio Dragon and Merrycow Creative. The drama revolves around an office worker, Yumi, whose feelings, emotions, and thoughts are controlled by some brain, while she lacks the love cells. Season 2 of the drama series is scheduled to be released in June this year. Although there is no exact release date of the same, it will be released soon with the love story of Yumi.
Where to Watch Yumi’s Cells 2: The drama series was originally released on the network. Along with it, it also premiered on iQIVI and TVING.
9 ) Love To Hate You
Screenplay by Choi Soo Young in the direction of Kim Jung Kwon, Love To Hate You is an upcoming 2022 romantic and comedy-drama serial that stars Yoo Teo and Kim Ok Bin in the main roles with the supporting cast of Go Won Hee, Kim Ji Hoon, Lee Joo Bin and Yeon Jung Hoon. The drama series comes with the love story of two opposite pairs who do not believe in love but, fall for each other, and made their thinking false for love. The romantic genre will make the viewers fall for this drama series until they know that someone special is waiting for them too. Well, there is no exact release date for the drama but, it will land somewhere around June.
Where to watch Love To Hate You: The drama series is scheduled to be released on Netflix.
10 ) My Man Is Cupid
Written by Heo Sung-Hee, and directed by Nam Tae-Jin, My Man Is Cupid stars Jang Dong-Yoon as Cheon Sang-Hyeok with Nana as Oh Baek-Ryun. A cute fairy love story between Cheon and Nana, this romantic drama series would be one of the best on the list. A veterinary by profession, Nana is missing love and the man in her life, while Cheon is a fairy who makes women fall for him. Due to her bad luck, Nana and any men who come near to her have a near-death experience, she is wanting a man who can love her badly. From here, the meeting and the love story of Cheon and Nana get started. There is no confirmed release date for the drama series but, it will somewhere land in June.
Where to Watch My Man Is Cupid: As of now, the makers have not announced the platform on which the drama series will release.
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