June seems to be the season for bringing back well loved k-dramas! This month will see four popular titles return for new seasons, including one of the most highly anticipated shows of the year — the second season of Hospital Playlist. We’ve also got the third season of the ratings monster Penthouse, the second season of Love (ft. Marriage and Divorce), and the fourth season of the crime thriller Voice.
Brand new romance and slice-of-life dramas are also in the line-up for this jam-packed month. So much to choose from! Which ones are you planning to watch?
What happens to the Hera Palace Club now that our cast of colorful characters are behind bars? The third season of this makjang promises more unpredictable twists and turns, as Cheon Seo-jin (Kim So-yeon), Oh Yoon-hee (Eugene), and Joo Dan-tae (Uhm Ki-joon) seek revenge. The “final war” begins on June 4. (Don't know what a makjang is? Read our awesome primer.)
Sweet & Sour
This isn't really a k-drama, but we know you won't mind. Love can be both sweet and bitter in this movie featuring some of our favorite actors. Chae Soo-bin (I’m Not a Robot) and Jang Ki-yong (Search: WWW) think they’re on their way to happily ever after, but they’re about to find out that with distractions, temptations, and an unexpected spark with someone new — Jung Soo-jung (Prison Playbook) — even the sweetest love can turn sour. Streaming on Netflix on June 4. Love (ft. Marriage and Divorce) 2
The first season of this makjang introduced us to three women in their 30s, 40s, and 50s who had their marriages fall apart because of their husbands’ infidelity. Now in the second season, we’ll see Boo Hye- ryung (Lee Ga-ryung), Sa Pi-young (Park Joo-mi), and Lee Si-eun (Jeon Soo-kyeong) try to either save their marriage or seek revenge. The drama starts streaming on June 12.
At a Distance, Spring is Green
“Life is a tragedy when seen in close-up, but a comedy in long-shot.” This Charlie Chaplin quote opens the teaser for this coming-of-age drama, which will portray the real-life struggles of college students. Based on a popular webtoon, the story will follow wealthy and handsome freshman Yeo Joon (Park Ji-hoon), who hides his pain underneath a bright and cheerful personality; Nam Soo-hyun (Bae In-hyuk), a straight-A student and perfectionist who struggles with financial difficulties; and Kim So-bin (Kang Min-ah), a timid and mediocre student who befriends Yeo Joon. Get to know them starting June 14. Monthly Magazine Home
Jung So-min (Because This Is My First Life) is back in another rom-com that revolves around a house. In this k-drama, she plays Na Young-won, a lifestyle magazine editor who thinks houses are for living, as opposed to Yoo Ja-sung (Kim Ji-suk), an investment expert who thinks houses are for buying. Stream this on iQiyi starting June 16. Hospital Playlist Season 2
Our favorite gang of doctors is finally back! Jo Jung-suk, Jung Kyung-ho, Yoo Yeon-seok, Jeon Mi-do, and Kim Dae-myung are out to make us laugh and cry again in the second season of this well-loved k-drama. As with the first season, we can expect heartwarming stories, goofing around, enviable meals, jamming sessions — and maybe more romance? — as we follow the ordinary days of these not-so-ordinary doctors. Mark June 17th on your calendar! (If you're as excited as we are, get reacquainted with the gang here) Voice 4
Now on its fourth season, this crime thriller promises a new twist to keep viewers at the edge of their seats. Voice profiler Kang Kwon-joo (Lee Ha-na) and the Golden Time Team are back, but this time they will face a murderer with extraordinary hearing abilities that rival their own, and who can perfectly imitate Kwon-joo's voice. The chase begins on June 18. So Not Worth It
If you’ve ever wondered what it would be like to study in South Korea as a foreign student, then this one is for you. This Netflix sitcom will feature Park Se-wan, Shin Hyun-seung, GOT7’s Youngjae, (G)I-DLE’s Minnie, and Han Hyun-min as college students from around the world living together in the same dorm. What ensues is comedic chaos that you can watch starting on June 18. Nevertheless
If you’re looking for romantic, heart-fluttering scenes, then mark your calendars for June 19. Based on the webtoon of the same name, this kdrama stars Han So-hee (The World of the Married) as Yoo Na-bi, a woman who doesn’t believe in love but still wants to date, and Song Kang (Navillera) as Park Jae-uhn, a man who doesn’t want to date but still wants to have flings.