The 4 best K-Dramas are coming to Netflix in June 2022

We’re a day away from a new month and we’re so excited for all the new releases due out this June. More specifically, the release of new K-Dramas. As always, we want to be your guide and share some of the best K-Dramas coming to the streamer over the coming month.

In May, K-Drama fans were disappointed when Netflix only released two new Korean original series. We have seen the releases of That sound of magic and Welcome to wedding hell. While fans were excited to see more Korean content on the streamer, they were hoping for more than just two series to be released. Luckily, fans had recurring weekly K-Dramas to look forward to throughout the month morning, Green Mother Club, My Liberation Notes and Our blue. So they weren’t necessarily lacking in fresh content.

Luckily for June, there seems to be more options. Read on for some of the best K-Dramas due out on the streamer in June!

Best K-Dramas is coming to Netflix in June 2022

This June we see the release of four new K-Dramas that we think everyone should definitely check out. The shows all belong to different genres, so there is something for everyone. Now it’s only right that we start the show that a lot of people will see, Money Heist: Korea – Common Economic Space.

Money Heist: Korea – Common Economic Space

Release date: June 24th

Of all the K-Dramas on this list, Money heist: Korea – Common economic space is the show everyone is patiently waiting for and looking forward to the most. It is a South Korean adaptation of the hit Spanish original series money robbery and plays some famous South Korean actors like Yoo Ji-tae, Park Hae soo, Jeon Jong-seo, Lee Won-jong, Park Myung-hoon and many others.

The story takes place at a time when North and South Korea have united and are finally reuniting after a long period of division. With reunification comes a brand new unified currency that a master strategist and his crew of highly skilled thieves are attempting to steal from North and South Korea. If you were a big fan of the Spanish version, we highly recommend checking it out Money Heist: Korea – Common Economic Space. It will likely become very popular when it is released on Netflix.

Cafe Minamdang

Release Date: June 27 (Weekly)

coffee shop Minamdang is a mystery series directed by Go Jae Hyun from scripts by Park Hye Jin. It is based on a web novel entitled Minamdang: case note by Jung Jae-ha. The first episode is scheduled to premiere on Netflix on June 27, with new episodes being released every Monday and Tuesday. There will be 16 episodes in total, with the season finale currently scheduled for August 16.

It follows the life of a former profiler-turned-shaman named Nam Han-joon and his colleagues as they experience mysterious events. It also focuses on the suspicious Minamdang cafe and its customers. Cafe Minamdang Stars former K-pop star Seo In-guk as Nam Han-joon and Oh Yeon-seo as Han Jae-hee. The amazing supporting cast includes Kwak Si-yang, Kang Mi-na, Kwon Soo-hyun, Jung Ha-joon, Jung Man-sik, and others.

Alchemy of Souls

Release Date: June 18 (Weekly)

Alchemy of Souls is a fantasy series directed by Park Joon-hwa and written by the Hong sisters (Hong Jung-eun and Hong Mi-ran). The first episode is due out on Netflix on June 18, with new episodes expected every Saturday and Sunday. There are 16 episodes in the first season, so there’s a lot to look forward to.

The story follows Jang Wook, a man from a noble family who harbors a secret about his birth that the whole country knows about. One day, Jang Wook encounters Mu Deok, a skilled warrior trapped in a physically weak body, and Mu Deok becomes Jang Wook’s servant while secretly teaching him how to fight.

The cast consists of Lee Jae-wook, Jung So-min, Hwang Min-hyun, Shin Seung-ho, Yoo Jun-sang, Oh Na-ra, Jo Jae-yoon and many other great actors.

Associate Attorney Woo

Release Date: June 29 (Weekly)

The last show on our list of the best K-Dramas coming to Netflix this June has to be Associate Attorney Woo. Directed by Yoo In-shik and written by Moon Ji-won comes a legal drama about a 27-year-old lawyer named Woo Young-woo who suffers from an autism spectrum disorder. She has a high IQ score, excellent memory, and a creative thought process, but has poor social skills and problems with social interactions due to her Asperger’s Syndrome.

Park Eun-bin, Kang Tae-oh, Kang Ki-young, Jin Kyung, Jeon Bae-soo, Baek Ji-won and others are the stars of the legal drama series.

The first episode is scheduled to land on Netflix on June 29, with new episodes arriving every Wednesday and Thursday until the season finale. Like most K-Dramas, the first season will consist of 16 episodes, each lasting about an hour.

Make sure you mark your calendars for all of these upcoming K-Dramas. You won’t want to miss a single one! Also, stay tuned to Netflix Life for more K-Drama recommendations. The 4 best K-Dramas are coming to Netflix in June 2022

Aila Slisco

Aila Slisco is a Dailynationtoday U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Aila Slisco joined Dailynationtoday in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing:

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