Watch New K-Dramas On Netflix In June 2022: Check It Out


In June 2022, Netflix will have even more fantastic new k-dramas to enjoy. In June 2022, Money Heist should be the most significant Korean Original release on Netflix. There are also some fresh and returning weekly K-dramas available for streaming in June 2022 on Netflix. Some of the most highly anticipated k-dramas coming to Netflix in June 2022 include.

Money Heist: The Korean Original – This is a new Korean Original series that is a remake of the hugely popular Spanish series. It tells the story of a group of criminals who team up to pull off a heist. New K-Dramas On Netflix In June 2022: Check It Out.

Cleaning Up (JTBC): June 4

Cleaning Up is an upcoming South Korean television series based on the 2019 British series of the same name, starring Yum Jung-ah, Jeon So-min, and Kim Jae-hwa. It is scheduled to premiere on JTBC on June 4, 2022, and will air every Saturday and Sunday at 22:30 (KST).

Moreover, Cleaning Up tells the story of three cleaners: Eo Yong-mi (Yum Jung-ah), Ahn In-kyung (Jeon So-min), and Maeng Soo-ja (Kim Jae-hwa) at an financial company who resorts to insider trading, in order to feed their family and fulfil their dreams, after accidentally overhearing a piece of financial information.

Link: Eat Love Kill (tvN): June 6

Link: Eat, Love, Kill is an upcoming South Korean television series starring Yeo Jin-goo and Moon Ga-young. It is scheduled to premiere on tvN on June 6, 2022, and will air every Monday and Tuesday at 22:30 (KST).

Moreover, Link: Eat, Love, Kill tells a story about a man (Yeo Jin-goo) who suddenly shares a woman’s (Moon Ga-young) feelings and feels all her joys, sorrows, and pains.

Insider (JTBC): June 8

Insider drama is an upcoming South Korean television series with Kang Ha-neul and Lee Yoo-young in the leading roles. It will premiere on JTBC on June 8, 2022, and will air every Wednesday and Thursday at 22:30 (KST).

Moreover, the series revolves around a judicial trainee whose life turns upside down when he goes on an undercover investigation, and ends up struggling to try to recover his normal life.

New Normal Zine: June 10

The series is coming on June 10, New Normal Zine. Cha Ji-Min (Jung Hye-Sung) is a spinster who lives a slow life. She previously worked as a current events reporter for a current affairs magazine, but the publication was shut down. She then begins working as an editor at digital magazine “New Normal Zine” under the same parent company.

In this office, her new boss is Chief Editor Song Ro-Ji (Hwang Seung-Un). Cha Ji-Min and Song Ro-Ji are acquaintances; they both began working for the parent firm in the same year. Song Ro-Ji is a workaholic who is nothing like Cha Ji-Min.

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Jinxed at First (KBS2): June 15

Jinxed at First is an upcoming South Korean television series starring Seohyun, Na In-woo, Jun Kwang-ryul, and Yoon Ji-hye. It will premiere on KBS2 on June 15, 2022, and air every Wednesday and Thursday at 21:50 (KST). iQIYI will also offer Jinxed at First in specific regions.

Jinxed at First is the tale of Gong Soo-kwang (Na In-woo), a poor and unfortunate man, who meets Lee Seul-bi (Seohyun), a member of the chaebol family.

Alchemy of Souls: June 18

Alchemy of Souls is an upcoming South Korean television series starring Lee Jae-wook, Jung So-min, Hwang Min-hyun, Shin Seung-ho, Yoo Jun-sang, Oh Na-ra and Jo Jae-yoon.

It is a fantasy series about young magicians dealing with heaven and earth, written by the Hong sisters. It will premiere on tvN on June 18, 2022, and air every Saturday and Sunday at 21:10 (KST). In certain countries, it will be available for streaming on Netflix.

Money Heist: Korea (Netflix): June 24

Money Heist: Korea – Joint Economic Area is an upcoming South Korean television series based on the Spanish heist crime drama series of the same name. The Korean series directed by Kim Hong-sun and written by Ryu Yong-jae, is an original Netflix series, starring Yoo Ji-tae, Park Hae-soo, Jeon Jong-seo, Lee Won-jong, and Park Myung-hoon.

The forthcoming film is about a hostage situation unfolding in the Korean Peninsula, with a brilliant strategist and people with diverse personalities and talents. It will premiere on Netflix on June 24, 2022.

Ryosangata Riko (TV Tokyo): June 30

Riko Komukai (Yuki Yoda) is a young single woman who works for an event planning firm. She is considered average in terms of personality and appearance. Her co-worker brings up the phrase “person of a mass production model.” Yuki Yoda thinks about whether she could be a mass-produced model, and she answers her own question positively.

Around this time, she sees a plastic model Zaku at a local store. Zaku is a robot from the Gundam anime series. She becomes interested in plastic models and sets out to create her first plastic model as part of her personal development path.

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