If you have anything on your calendar this month, you're probably going to have to delete a few entries, or maybe even just throw out everything. With at least 17 titles scheduled to premiere over the next 30 days — including highly anticipated ones such as the Korean adaptation of Money Heist and the comebacks of So Ji-sub, Kang Ha-neul, and Seo Yea-ji — the life of a k-drama fan is booked and busy!
June 1: Eve
Seo Yea-ji (It’s Okay to Not Be Okay) comes back to k-drama as the titular Eve who dedicates her life to avenging her slain father in this 16-episode tvN series. She sets her sights on seducing the chaebol Kang Yoon-gyeom (Park Byung-eun, Lost), but eventually divorces him.
What ensues is an expensive lawsuit of makjang proportions. Will Eve’s carefully-plotted revenge plans come to fruition? Or will she cave in and be destroyed in the process?
Where to watch: Viu, Wednesdays and Thursdays
June 3: Doctor Lawyer
So Ji-sub (Oh My Venus) is back in this 16-episode medical legal drama about a genius surgeon, Han Yi-han, who decides to become a medical malpractice lawyer after losing everything from a fabricated surgery.
Lim Soo-hyang (ID: Gangnam Beauty) stars opposite him as a medical crime prosecutor who lost a family member due to a surgery Han Yi-han performed.
Where to watch: Disney+, Fridays and Saturdays
June 3: Why Her?
We’ve got another noona romance, this time with a young Hwang In-yeop (True Beauty) playing a law student who falls in love with the much older Oh Soo-jae (Seo Hyun-jin, Beauty Inside) — a former hotshot lawyer who is now his professor.
Where to watch: Viu, Fridays and Saturdays
June 4: Cleaning Up
Yum Jung-ah (SKY Castle), Jeon So-min (Show Window), and Kim Jae-hwa (Oh My Baby) star in this adaptation of the 2019 British series of the same name.
The trio of cleaning ladies take advantage of their “invisibility” at the securities firm they work at to engage in insider trading — in what looks to be a fun and thrilling 16-episode comedy.
Where to watch: TVING, Saturdays and Sundays
June 5: To My Star Season 2: Our Untold Stories
After becoming a huge hit in East Asia, the 2021 boys’ love (BL) web drama To My Star gets a Netflix movie remake and a second season.
In the first season, actor Kang Seo-joon (Son Woo-hyun, Revolutionary Sisters) and chef Han Ji-woo (Kim Kang-min, Hospital Playlist 1 and 2) treat their individual pains, and eventually discover their love for each other. Season 2 will revolve around the pair's relationship and how they solve their problems together, but will their love last forever?
Where to watch: Viki, Sundays
June 6: Link: Eat, Love, Kill
In this 16-episode romance fantasy from tvN, Chef Eun Gye-hoon (Yeo Jin-goo, Beyond Evil) opens a restaurant in the town where his twin sister disappeared two decades ago. There, he meets a stranger and is bemused to learn that he can feel what she feels, such as joy, sorrow, and pain.
The stranger turns out to be Noh Da-hyun (Moon Ga-young, True Beauty), a woman who believes smiling will bring good fortune, but seems to have bad luck in both life and love.
Where to watch: Disney+, Mondays and Tuesdays