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6 K-Dramas Airing In June 2021 To Look Forward To Including The Highly Anticipated "Penthouse" Season 3

6 K-Dramas Airing In June 2021 To Look Forward To Including The Highly Anticipated "Penthouse" Season 3

Lifestyle Movies
By Wei Yin on 25 May 2021
Digital Editor
An INFP who enjoys watching sappy Korean dramas in her free time. Good food and cute dogs are all she needs.

May is coming to an end soon and that means new K-dramas to look forward to in June! Meanwhile, check out the dramas that aired or are currently airing in May if you haven't.


Here are six of the most anticipated K-dramas airing in June 2021 to add to your watchlist.

Read on to find out more!

#1 The Penthouse 3: War in Life (4 June)

The Penthouse 3: War in Life posterPhoto from SBS

The long wait is finally over for all Penthouse fans! The Penthouse 3: War in Life is coming back bigger and better, with an even more riveting storyline. Viewers can also expect to see new faces joining the cast.

Spoilers ahead! Penthouse season 2 left viewers devastated when Logan Lee's car exploded with him standing right next to it, hinting that he died. But fans would know that anything is possible in this series, so the writer might just surprise us with Logan's appearance once again!

Other things to look out for in season 3 includes the Penthouse adults in jail, and the Penthouse kids' battle to see who will emerge champion at the final college entrance competition.


Bonus: check out the still cuts of Penthouse 3 that were recently released.

Penthouse 3 still cutsPhoto from SBS

Penthouse 3 kids still cutsPhoto from SBS

#2 At a Distance, Spring is Green (14 June)

At a Distance, Spring is GreenPhoto from KBS

Adapted from a popular webtoon of the same name, At a Distance, Spring is Green stars former Wanna One member Park Ji Hoon. It's a coming-of-age college romance story focusing on the ups and downs of a group of friends.

Yeo Joon (Park Ji Hoon) is a handsome business student who comes from a wealthy family and seems to have it all, but he hides a painful scar deep down that nobody knows about. He unexpectedly becomes friends with Nam Soo Hyun who is the polar opposite of him and they form an unlikely friendship.

#3 Monthly Magazine Home (16 June)


Monthly Magazine Home posterPhoto from JTBC

Starring Kim Ji Suk and Jung So Min, Monthly Magazine Home is a romcom about a man who thinks houses are for buying, and a woman who thinks they are for living in. It also follows the stories of a home magazine's editors.

Yoo Ja Sung (Kim Ji Suk) went from rags to riches and is now the CEO of a real estate investment company and Monthly House, a home magazine company. Na Young Won (Jung So Min) is a magazine editor with 10 years of experience who has been living alone in a rented home and believes her home is the place she can be herself. The two individuals with opposing opinions cross paths and begin an unexpected romance. 

#4 Hospital Playlist 2 (17 June)

Hospital Playlist 2Photo from tvN

The squad is back in Hospital Playlist 2! The second season of this feel-good drama will continue revolving around the lives of the five doctors who have been BFFs since their university days.

Spoilers ahead! The first season ended with cliffhangers to be resolved, such as the blossoming romance between the two longtime friends Lee Ik Jun and Chae Song Hwa.

Excited is an understatement as we can't wait to see what the five musketeers will be up to in the second season. Viewers can also anticipate watching and hearing the cast sing once again during their band practice sessions in the show.


#5 Voice 4: Judgment Hour (18 June)

Voice 4 posterPhoto from tvN

June is fast becoming the best month in 2021 for K-drama fanatics as some of the most popular series are airing their next season!

Voice 4: Judgment Hour returns with Song Seung Heon this time round as the male lead. He takes on the role of Derek Jo, a unit leader from Los Angeles Police Department who ends up working with the Golden Time Team in Korea. Lee Ha Na reprises her role as the voice profiler Kang Kwon Joo and they work together to bring villains down.

#6 Nevertheless (19 June) 

Nevertheless posterPhoto from JTBC

Nevertheless is another highly anticipated romance drama airing in June based on the webtoon of the same name. It stars Song Kang, the lead of Sweet Home, Love Alarm and Navillera, and Han So Hee, who rose to fame in the drama The World of the Married.

Park Jae Uhn (Song Kang) thinks that dating is a waste of time but likes to flirt. He draws lines between himself and people, and doesn't like revealing his true feelings. Yoo Na Bi (Han So Hee) wants to date but doesn't believe in love after a bitter first love experience. When the two characters meet, he finds himself wanting to cross the lines and she finds it hard to stay aloof when he has such a magical effect on her.

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