From Hospital Playlist Season 2 to Nevertheless, here’s your dose of K-drama for June

Korean drama fans, June is going to be one hell of a treat for you guys. Netflix has promised some new and exciting shows, not to mention some old ones returning, as well as the drama finales that have kept us on our nails. From love blossoming between doctors, romances between two people who seem like the most unlikely of couples, you can pick and choose from what you want to watch on Netflix.

Hospital playlist season 2 on June 17
New episodes: Thursday

The first season was filled with heartwarming friendships and crushes that blossomed into romances as they went through their busy lives as doctors. Fans have been eagerly awaiting a season 2, and their wish has been granted. We can’t wait to see what’s happening now in the love stories, and what’s ahead for Jeong-won (Yoo Yeon-seok) and Gyeo-ul (Shin Hyun-been), who shared a romantic kiss at the end of last season? Will Song-erhwa (Jeon Mi-do) respond favorably to Ik-jun (Cho Jung-Seok) confession?

Anyway on June 19th
New episodes: Saturdays

Carefree Park Jae Uhn (Song Kang) is a flirt, but he has no intention of falling in love. On the other hand, Yoon Na Bi (Han So Hee) loves dating but doesn’t believe in love and fate. Well, fate has something to say about that. When they meet, they have a magical effect on each other and barriers are swept away. K-dramas know how to wring your heart out with the perfect romance, and this one promises to be one of them.

Mad For Each Other, finale airs June 21
New episodes: Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday

This show got the viewers hooked from the start. No Hwi Oh is a detective in the Violent Crime Department of Gangnam Police Station. His life takes a dramatic turn when he meets Lee Min Kyung, a woman with an unnatural ability to make everyone around her extremely angry.

Mine, finale aired on June 27

New episodes: Saturday, Sunday

Mine is currently scaling the ratings, and the sixth episode took the highest score of 8.173% and is now the 35th highest-rated cable K drama in history. Seo Hee-soo’s (Lee Boo-young) career comes to a head after she marries a wealthy family in South Korea. The wives of other such families try to fight the prejudices in society and struggle to find their true selves.

Law School final on June 3 3
New episodes: Wednesday and Thursday

The series has struggled to make the top-rated dramas, and it hasn’t been in vain. The show revolves around Yang Jong Hoon, who is now a criminal justice professor and demands excellence from his juniors when an unusual case is brought before the legal department.

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