Must Watch June 2021 Korean Dramas

Must Watch June 2021 Korean Dramas

The season of sequels is upon us for June 2021 Korean dramas! Four dramas return us to their worlds with The Penthouse 3, Love (ft. Marriage and Divorce) 2, Hospital Playlist 2, and Voice 4.

At a Distance, Spring is Green, Monthly Magazine Home, So Not Worth It, Nevertheless, and No One But a Madman fill out the roster of brand new June 2021 Kdramas.

The Penthouse 3: War in Life (June 4th)

Rivalries and schemes explode for the residents of Hera Palace in season 3 of The Penthouse. Shim Su Ryeon (Lee Ji Ah), Oh Yeon Hee (Eugene), and Cheon Seo Jin (Kim So Yeon) go to new lengths to protect their children and many secrets.

Where to Watch: Viki

Love (ft. Marriage and Divorce) 2 (June 12th)

Love (ft. Marriage and Divorce) also returns for another season. Lee Ga Ryeong, Park Joo Mi, and Jeon Soo Kyung reprise their roles as women at a popular radio station balancing work, life, and motherhood while maintaining complicated marriages.

Where to Watch: Netflix

At a Distance, Spring is Green (June 14th)

Adapted from a webtoon of the same name, At a Distance, Spring is Green centers its coming-of-age story on two college students.  Charming Yeo Joon (Park Ji Hoon) appears outgoing but hides deep pain. Nam Soo Hyun (Bae In-hyuk) is a prickly third-year who puts everything into graduating from school and providing for his family. Yeo Joon becomes fond of Soo Hyun and follows him around until a bond develops.

Where to Watch: Viki

Monthly Magazine Home (June 16th)

Yoo Ja Sung (Kim Ji Suk), a self-made real estate developer and owner of a magazine buys the home of magazine editor Na Young Won (Jung So Min), who has rented the house for ten years. Young Won starts searching for a new house and becomes interested in real estate.

Where to Watch: iQiyi

Hospital Playlist 2 (June 17th)

Probably the highlight of the June 2021 Korean dramas, the gang from Hospital Playlist returns for a new season of the heartwarming stories of five long-time friends who treat patients at Yujie Medical Center.

Where to Watch: Netflix

Voice 4: Judgement Hour (June 18th)

Kang Kwon Joon (Lee Ha Na) faces her greatest challenge when a serial killer with similar enhanced hearing abilities outwits Kwon Joon and goes on a killing spree. Kwon Joon cooperates with LAPD detective Derek Jo (Song Seung Hoon) to catch the killer.

Where to Watch: Viki

So Not Worth It (June 18th)

An international group of students at Seoul University learn abou friendship and diversity under the watchful eye of their dorm manager Se Wan (Park Se Wan). Also stars Shin Hyun Seung, Teris Brown, Choi Young Jae, model Han Hyun Min, and Minnie of (g)Idle.

Where to Watch: Netflix

Nevertheless (June 19th)

Song Kang and Han So Hee star in this romance drama about a flirt who avoids serious dating but changes his mind when he meets a cynical woman.

Where to Watch: Netflix

No One But a Madman (June 23rd)

Jung Jae Young takes a rare break from movies to star in this tale of a developer who takes a position in Human Resources to avoid getting laid off from his company. Moon So Ri plays his department director, the first woman executive of the company.

Where to Watch: Viki

No One But a Madman - June 2021 Korean Dramas | KDrama Therapy

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