6 Upcoming K-Drama Premieres To Fill Up Your June

One of the factors that amplifies the excitement of viewers when watching a drama is the visual chemistry between the actors who lead the play.

Actors who create vicarious excitement just by standing next to each other in a suitable harmony with a similar dew or opposite style. It seems that the male and female actors who meet in the drama ahead of the first broadcast in June will satisfy this part of the prospective viewers well.

The combination of the extraordinary production team added to this is enough to raise the expectations for the work to the maximum.

As a result, we provide 6 highly anticipated dramas that are set to be aired in June, which appears to be lacking in the word of all-time.

Why Her – Seo Hyun Jin, Hwang In Yeop

SBS‘s “Why Her” is a painful yet fascinating drama of a cold lawyer Oh Soo Jae (Seo Hyun Jin), who is empty inside after pursuing only success, and Gong Chan (Hwang In Yeop), a law student who is willing to go to any length to protect her.

Expectations are high for solid actors like Seo Hyun Jin and Hwang In Yeop, who will gently unravel the fateful narrative of two men and women, as well as Heo Jun Ho, Bae In Hyuk, Kim Chang Wan, Lee Kyung Young, and Bae Hae Seon.

With the preview stills revealed before the first airing, the visual combination of Seo Hyun Jin and Hwang In Yeop, who have sharp yet warm images, is enough to increase the excitement.

Park Soo Jin, who was praised for his detailed and sensual direction in “Why Her,” a collaboration between “Praise of Death” and rookie writer Kim Ji Eun, will air on June 3rd.

Link: Eat, Love, Kill – Yeo Jin Goo, Moon Ga Young

Link: Eat, Love, Kill” is an 18-year-old link phenomenon that is a fantasy romance drama in which a guy experiences all of the feelings of an unfamiliar woman.

In the drama, Moon Ga Young plays Noh Da Hyeon, a “trainee.” Yeo Jin Goo plays Eun Gye Hoon, a chef at a Michelin-starred restaurant who is a flawless man with exceptional cooking skills and lovely visuals.

Prospective viewers of “Link: Eat, Love, Kill” are excited about the synergy impact that Yeo Jin Goo, who succeeds in performing transformation in each work, and Moon Ga Young, who has doll-like features and no gaps in acting, will have.

The first episode will air on Monday, June 6th at 10:30 p.m.

Alchemy of Souls – Lee Jae Wook, Jung So Min

The fantasy romance drama “Alchemy of Souls,” which will premiere on tvN in June, is set in a great country that does not exist in history or maps, which is about protagonists whose fates are twisted due to the “remembrance of souls” that change their souls, and how they overcome this and grow.

Writers Hong Jeong Eun and Hong Mi Ran of “Hotel Del Luna,” as well as director Park Jun Hwa of “What’s Wrong with Secretary Kim” and “Touch Your Heart,” are gaining attention.

In particular, Lee Jae Wook and Jung So Min met through this work. Lee Jae Wook takes on the role of Jang Wook, a noble but badass mastermind in “The Jang Family“, and Jung So Min plays the world’s best seller, Moo Deok, who finds herself in the ice while resolving life’s dissatisfaction.

The visual combination of the two people who are similar in their eyes and overall atmosphere is raising expectations for “remarried” even before the first broadcast. 

Café Minamdang – Seo In Guk, Oh Yeon Seo

KBS2’s “Café Minamdang,” which will air after “Bloody Heart,” is a mystery-comic investigation drama about a former profiler and present shaman Park Soo Min.

Café Minamdang” is based on the popular book “Handsome Party – Incident Handbook,” which has 150,000 subscribers on Kakao Page, and provides an exhilarating catharsis to the small screen through the stories of young people who realize powerful justice in an unusual place.

It’s also worth mentioning the appearances of Seo In Guk and Oh Yeon Seo, who met through this project. Seo In Guk plays Nam Han Joon, a former profiler and current Park Soo Moodang, and Oh Yeon Seo plays Han Jae Hee, a detective in the third year of the violent crime unit who is not afraid to pursue justice.

Insider  – Kang Ha Neul, Lee Yoo Young

Insider” is a JTBC action suspense drama in which a judicial trainee named Kim Yo Han (Kang Ha Neul) falls into the abyss during an undercover investigation and strives to reclaim the hand of fate that was taken away. A man fighting against the world that has lead him to ruin is going to take his vengeance.

Min Yeon Hong, who demonstrated deft directing skills in “Missing: The Other Side,” and writer Moon Man Se, who had sensuous literary talents in “The Priest,” teamed. Above all, anticipation is focused on the collaboration of performers like Kang Ha Neul, Lee Yoo Young, and Heo Seong Tae, who trust and watch.

Kang Ha Neul plays Kim Yo Han, a senior judicial trainee whose fate has been changed by an undercover investigation. Lee Yoo Young, known for her vibrant colors, plays Oh Soo Yeon, a businessman with a keen knife hidden behind her lovely smile.

Jinx’s Lover – Seohyun, Na In Woo

Jinx’s Lover,” which will premiere on KBS2 in June, is the most recent work to be introduced as a drama, with visual chemistry between the actors anticipated.

Jinx’s Lover” is a fantasy romance drama about the goddess Seulbi (Seohyun) breaking the curse in front of Gong Soo Gwang (Na In Woo), a human guy who lives with his terrible life.

With the meeting of Seohyun and Na In Woo, who feature a unique and engaging storyline and a large number of trusted actors, as well as the strongest visual chemistry, it is expected to portray an unusual romance.

Na In Woo plays Gong Soo Wang, a fishmonger in the Seodong market with a specific jinx, in the drama. In the play, Seohyun played Seulbi, who possesses the enigmatic power to know the future of anybody she touches.



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