10 Korean Dramas You Need to Be Watching in June 2024

Summer is in full swing, so maybe you want some new dramas to cool off with on a hot day. Luckily, we have a couple of new dramas as well as plenty ongoing ones to check out! Let’s see what we have to look forward to in this June 2024 edition of “Korean Dramas You Need to Be Watching.”

This monthly series is meant to keep you updated on what’s happening in that amazing world of Korean dramas so that you don’t miss out on anything! Here are the kdramas you should keep an eye out for in June 2024:

My Pick:

1. Miss Night and Day

She's Different Day and Night Korean Drama - Jung Eun Ji, Lee Jung Eum, Choi Jin Hyuk

Miss Night and Day is a romantic comedy about a young woman (Jung Eun Ji) looking for a job who is in her own body during the day but gets trapped in the body of a 50 year old woman (Lee Jung Eun) at night and an intelligent prosecutor (Choi Jin Hyuk) who gets involved with her.

Miss Night and Day is scheduled to premiere June 15 on JTBC.


2. The Player 2: Master of Swindlers

The Player 2: Master of Swindlers Korean Drama - Song Seung Heon

The Player 2: Master of Swindlers is an action crime drama about a group of con artists working for redemption by helping recover goods from other criminals. Starring Song Seung Heon and Oh Yeon Seo

The Player 2: Master of Swindlers is scheduled to premiere June 3 on tvN.

3. My Sweet Mobster

My Sweet Mobster Korean Drama - Uhm Tae Goo and Han Sun Hwa

My Sweet Mobster is a romantic comedy about a kids’ content creator (Han Sun Hwa) and a former gang leader turned CEO (Uhm Tae Goo) who helps gang members released from prison turn their lives around.

My Sweet Mobster is scheduled to premiere June 12 on JTBC.

4. Hierarchy

Hierarchy Korean Drama - Lee Chae Min

Hierarchy follows the dramatic lives of students at the most prestigious high school in Korea after a new student (Lee Chae Min) with a secret transfers to the school.

Hierarchy is scheduled to premiere June 7 on Netflix.


5. Bitter Sweet Hell

Bitter Sweet Hell Korean Drama - Lee Hye Young and Kim Hee Sun

Bitter Sweet Hell is a comedy thriller about the best psychologist in Korea, Young Won (Kim Hee Sun), and her mystery writer mother-in-law (Lee Hye Young) as they team up after being blackmailed, and they learn secrets about the family.

Bitter Sweet Hell airs Friday and Saturday on MBC.

6. Dare to Love Me

Dare to Love Me Korean Drama - Kim Myung Soo and Lee Yoo Young

Dare to Love Me is a romantic comedy about a disciple (Kim Myung Soo) from a village rooted in Confucianism and his art teacher (Lee Yoo Young) who wants be a designer.

Dare to Love Me airs Monday and Tuesday on KBS.

7. Connection

Connection Korean Drama - Ji Sung

Connection is a crime thriller is about a twisted friendship and the investigation involved after a high school friend leaves behind 5 billion won in insurance after their death. Starring Ji Sung

Connection airs Friday and Saturday on SBS.

8. Dreaming of a Freaking Fairytale

Dreaming of Cinde Fxxxing Ella Korean Drama - Lee Jun Young and Pyo Ye Jin

Dreaming of a Freaking Fairytale is a romantic comedy about a struggling woman (Pyo Ye Jin) who dreams of becoming a Cinderella that takes a manager job at a social club and gets involved  with the CEO of the social club (Lee Jun Young) who doesn’t believe in love. The two go on a journey of self-growth and love.

Dreaming of a Freaking Fairytale airs Friday and Saturday on TVING.

9. The Midnight Romance in Hagwon

The Midnight Romance in Hagwon Korean Drama - Wi Ha Joon and Jung Ryeo Won

The Midnight Romance in Hagwon is about an instructor (Jung Ryeo Won) who helps a student get into a prestigious university and then reunites with him many years later where he is now a rookie instructor (Wi Ha Joon) at the same academy.

The Midnight Romance in Hagwon airs Saturday and Sunday on tvN.

10. Missing Crown Prince

Missing Crown Prince Korean Drama - Suho and Hong Ye Ji

Missing Crown Prince is a historical romantic comedy that tells the story of a crown prince (Suho) who is kidnapped by the woman (Hong Ye Ji) he is supposed to marry, and while on the run, feelings develop between them.

Missing Crown Prince airs Saturday and Sunday on MBN.


Frankly Speaking

Frankly Speaking Korean Drama - Go Kyung Pyo

Frankly Speaking is a romantic comedy about the romance between a variety show writer (Kang Han Na) and a rule-following announcer (Go Kyung Pyo) who suddenly develops a condition that makes him only able to speak the truth.

Frankly Speaking airs Wednesday and Thursday on JTBC.

Chief Detective 1958

Chief Detective 1958 Korean Drama - Lee Je Hoon

Chief Detective 1958 is a prequel to the popular Korean series Chief Inspector. Set during the 1960’s, it follows the story of a chief inspector (Lee Je Hoon) coming to terms with the cruel reality of the world as he forms a team of other detectives.

Chief Detective 1958 airs Friday and Saturday on MBC.

The Atypical Family

The Atypical Family Korean Drama - Jang Ki Yong and Chun Woo Hee

The Atypical Family is a fantasy drama about a family with supernatural abilities who lose their powers due to difficult issues they are each facing. Starring Jang Ki Yong and Chun Woo Hee.

The Atypical Family airs Saturday and Sunday on JTBC.


Crash Korean Drama - Lee Min Ki and Kwak Sun Young

Crash follows the story of the Traffic Crime Investigative Team as they solve various cases. Starring Lee Mi Ki and Kwak Sun Young.

Crash airs Monday and Tuesday on ENA.

Uncle Samsik

Uncle Samsik Korean Drama - Song Kang Ho

Uncle Samsik is about two men (Song Kang Ho and Byun Yo Han) trying to achieve their dreams in the midst of the turbulent 1960’s.

Uncle Samsik airs Wednesday on Disney+.

What dramas are you looking forward to or enjoying in June?

Make sure to get caught up because there are more dramas coming your way in July!

For the latest dramas, check out the
July 2024 Drama Guide

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18 responses to “10 Korean Dramas You Need to Be Watching in June 2024”

  1. Sahara Rahman Avatar
    Sahara Rahman

    omg I haven’t been on your site in so long it’s so different now! I’ve been so busy but I’ve been meaning to look at your 10 drama lists again! Looking forward to watching more on air dramas again ty for your lists as always 🙂

    1. Kay Avatar

      Hi Sahara! Glad to see you back 🙂 Yes, the site actually just recently got a big redesign to improve some things. I hope you find some great dramas to watch on the lists. There have been some really good ones recently 🙂

      1. Sahara Rahman Avatar
        Sahara Rahman

        the website is looking great love it! I watched lovely runner recently and now I’m feeling empty haha it was so good. Need to pick some new ones up

        1. Kay Avatar

          Thank you! Lovely Runner is on my soon to watch list. I’ve been hearing such good things about it, so it’s great that you loved it too. I definitely know the void that can be left behind after watching a good drama. It’s the worst! 😅

  2. Snow Flower Avatar
    Snow Flower

    I am waiting for reviews of The Atypical Family before I commit to watching it. Meanwhile, I started a rewatch of The Tale of Nokdu.

    1. Kay Avatar

      Aww, I loved The Tale of Nokdu! That was such a good drama 🙂

  3. sovietredstar Avatar

    I am waiting 4 days for new episodes to be available on two shows I’m watching. Here’s what I think of them so far.

    Dare to Love Me: The male lead is a member of a village community in or near modern day Seoul that lives as if they are living in the Joseon Dynasty era. Somewhat like the Amish in the USA. I was expecting a lightweight rom/com. But the show is a pleasant surprise. Great chemistry between the leads. The second romance is good. Two seniors discovering each other. You don’t usually see a romance of an older (60?) couple on Kdramas. Light humor but very emotional at times. And overall a very good story about a traditional community trying to live near a major modern city. The show has the potential of being truly outstanding.

    The Midnight Romance in Hagwon: The show is about a teacher at an academy (tutoring school.) and her former student, who is now a teacher at the same academy. There is an age difference of about 10 years. She is worried about the perceptions of society on an older woman dating a younger man, a man who was her student.

    So far the show is good. Good chemistry. Second romance is okay. Well worth watching.

    1. Kay Avatar

      Both sound promising. I definitely want to check out Dare to Love Me. I like both of the leads. Midnight Romance is on the maybe list until it’ completed. I hope they both stay good for you 🙂

  4. Elle Avatar

    Hi ! Not sure if it’s okay to ask here but I’m watching Crash and I’m sad it’s almost over soon 😭 I love the dynamic between the characters (the partnership and potential subtle romance) as well as the crime solving so I was wondering if you knew any dramas like that ? I’ve watched lawless lawyer and catch the ghost before ! I’ve been reading your blog for years now so thank you for the effort you put into it !

    1. Kay Avatar

      Thank you for saying that, and for reading the blog for so many years 🙂

      While I haven’t seen Crash, there are a few that come to mind when you mention good dynamics between the characters, partnership, and crime solving:

      Police Unit 38 (Squad 38) – fun crime solving with dynamic partners/ensemble and good bromance (not much romance)
      Lookout – good crime solving ensemble
      You’re All Surrounded – comedy crime solving with good ensemble
      He is Psychometric – this one leans supernatural romance with mystery/crime solving

      I’ve heard good things about Player and Leverage but haven’t seen those myself. Hopefully, you haven’t seen all of those and a few might sound appealing 🙂

      1. Kate Avatar

        Taxi Driver with Lee Je Hoon is really good as well. And I believe some of the stories are ripped from the headlines so has some elements of truth from current events in S. Korea. I haven’t watched part 2 yet though.

    2. sovietredstar Avatar

      The Good Detective is excellent.

  5. Kate Avatar

    I’ve added Miss Night and Day, DNA Lover, My Sweet Mobster, Hierarchy and Dreaming of a Freaking Fairytale to my list. I started Dare to Love Me and Midnight Romance in Hagwon but on the fence about if I’ll finish them. Already dropped Missing Crown Prince and Frankly Speaking.

    They Atypical Family has been a surprising and odd drama. Definitely worth watching but don’t know what about it is drawing me in. Love the main leads but enjoying the youngest cast member and her story the most. Wishing there was more of her. Fairly compelling story overall.

    1. Kay Avatar

      You have a lot to add to your list! hehe

      Miss Night and Day, DNA Lover, Frankly Speaking, Missing Crown Prince, and Dare to Love Me are on the list. Still considering Midnight Romance and My Sweet Mobster.

      Lots of dramas to choose from!

  6. sovietredstar Avatar

    To fill in the time waiting for new episodes of two new Kdarmas I’m watching,I watched for the second time one of the first Chinese rom/coms I ever watched “My Little Happiness”. This show is as close to rom/com perfection as it gets. I highly recommend it. If you can’t fit in another show right now then watch the last episode. This is how it should be done. The last episode should be mandatory watching for every Asian script writer.

    1. Kay Avatar

      My Little Happiness does look super fun and is on my list 🙂 It’s great you were able to get in a nice rewatch of it 🙂

  7. Thomas J Vaughn Avatar
    Thomas J Vaughn

    While waiting for more episodes on other shows to be available I started watching My Sweet Mobster. I watched 2 episodes (now I have yet another show with delayed episodes) and it is very good. The male lead Um Tae Goo seems to be basing his character on Don Vito Corleone. Marlon Brando’s role in The Godfather. The deep sinister voice and facial expressions. Brando won an Oscar for his role, so we’ll see how good Um Tae Goo is.

    1. Kay Avatar

      My Sweet Mobster in on my maybe list, so I’m keeping an eye on that one. It looks like it could be pretty fun from the trailers. Definitely let me know how it goes 🙂

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