New K-Dramas On Netflix In June 2020: “It’s Okay To Not Be Okay”, “The Tale of Nokdu”, “Doctor Prisoner” & More
Everyone gets to enjoy a variety of K-Drama themes covered for you by Netflix this June!
Eagerly-awaited, the Kim Soo Hyun and Seo Ye Ji, It’s Okay To Not Be Okay, makes its highly-awaited Netflix global premiere beginning June 20. Romance series abound this batch of new titles in urban, historical and fantasy settings.
Netflix neatly balanced its approaching K-Drama treats with a comedy top-billed by Choi Si Won and the profound thrilling drama, Doctor Prisoner, powered by highly-praised actor Nam Goong Min.
Grab your Netflix calendar and mark these three dates for your next scheduled binge!
My Shy Boss
- June 1 | Yeon Woo Jin & Park Hye Su
Life changes for an extreme introvert boss when his company hires a new employee. The cheery extrovert journeys to get closer to her boss because of furtive plans she has in store for him.
The Tale of Nokdu
- June 15 | Jang Dong Yoon & Kim So Hyun
While on the run for his life, a young man discovers that the best place to lie low is in a village of widows — disguised as a woman.
The Tale of Nokdu, armed with the right balance of humor and mystique, is another historical romantic comedy drama that is a good addition to the watch list of sageuk enthusiasts.
- K-Drama Review: “The Tale of Nokdu” Captivates With Lessons About Fulfillment And The Power Of Our Choices
Angel’s Last Mission: Love
- June 15 | Shin Hye Sun & Kim Myung Soo
As a punishment for meddling in human affairs, an angel faces the impossible task of finding a soulmate for a cold-hearted ballerina.
- June 15 | Nam Goong Min & Kwon Na Ra
After his career is sabotaged by the wealthy, a doctor gets a job at a prison seeking vengeance on those who are too powerful to be governed by the law.
Rallied by a brilliant male-dominated cast, Doctor Prisoner has moved to exchanges of ploys and deceptions that keeps you high with its thrill. Providing equally engrossing textures of its protagonists and anti-heroes, the series expertly constructs its vengeance-driven story.
- K-Drama Review: “Doctor Prisoner” Captures Thrilling Pendulum Of Mind Games Spurred By Stellar Dark Hero & Villains
My Fellow Citizens
- June 15 | Choi Si Won, Lee Yoo Young & Kim Min Jung
A talented swindler who’s married to a detective ups his con game to the next level when he runs for political office — and fools an entire nation.
If you are tired of heavy political dramas and just want to watch to be entertained then My Fellow Citizens is meant for you. It is not a light drama that’s all fluff and no substance, but it’s not so heavy that it leaves you dry and depressed.
- June 15 | Park Shi Hoo & Song Ji Hyo
Strange events haunt a charmed actor and an unlucky writer, who unknowingly share one fate, when they begin working on a TV drama together.
It’s Okay To Not Be Okay
- June 20 | Kim Soo Hyun & Seo Ye Ji
In this romantic drama, a health care worker and an author suffering from an antisocial personality disorder end up healing each other’s emotional and psychological wounds.
Portraying Moon Gang-tae is actor Kim Soo-hyun (My Love from the Star, Moon Embracing the Sun). His character is a caretaker working at a psychiatric ward who does not even bother to believe in love. Carrying all the weight and pain in life, he devotes himself only to looking after his disabled older brother.
Go Moon-young, played by Seo Ye-ji (Save Me, Lawless Lawyer), is a children’s book writer who is clueless about love. She is popular among all age groups, yet very antisocial and indifferent to others.
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