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5 New K-Dramas We're Excited to Watch on Netflix This Summer

Done with CLOY, Kingdom, and Itaewon Class? There's more coming soon.
5 New K-Dramas We're Excited to Watch on Netflix This Summer
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Done with CLOY, Kingdom, and Itaewon Class? There's more coming soon.

If, by now, you've exhausted all there is to Netflix's K-drama library (albeit we doubt it), fret not because there's more where that came from. Reeling from the monumental success of Crash Landing on You, Itaewon Class, and Kingdom, the streaming site is amping up its K-content with yet another round of new Korean TV shows to get you hooked on.

Check out their upcoming titles below!

1. Rugal (March 28, 2020)

After the success of Itaewon Class, Netflix is adapting yet another webtoon-based drama in the form of Rugal. The sci-fi action series follows Kang Gi-beom, a promising police detective whose wife is murdered by a terrorist group named ARGOS. When approached by a special organization dedicated to eradicating ARGOS, he agrees to a risky operation that soon turns him into a deadly human weapon.

Starring: Choi Jin Hyuk, Park Sung Woong, Jo Dong Hyuk, Han Ji Wan

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2. Time to Hunt (April 10, 2020)

Set in a dystopian future, this thrilling drama centers on four best friends who hatch a devious casino heist in pursuit of a better life. However, their plan goes haywire when a relentless killer stops at nothing to track them down.

Starring: Lee Je-hoon, Ahn Jae-hong, Choi Woo-shik, Park Jeong-min, Park Hae-soo 

3. Extracurricular (April 29, 2020)

Extracurricular trails the dangerous lives of a group of high school students who fall into a life of crime and violence in order to earn money. 

Starring: Kim Dong-hee, Jung Da-bin, Park Joo-hyun 

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4. The King: Eternal Monarch (April 2020)

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In this romantic fantasy drama, a Korean emperor and a police inspector each hailing from differing parallel universe's cross paths as the former attempts to close the gateway between their dimensions.

Starring: Lee Min-ho, Kim Go-eun, Woo Do-hwan, Kim Kyung-nam, Jung Eun-chae

5. It's Okay Not to Be Okay (June 2020)

It's Okay Not to Be Okay centers on the unusual romance between two polar opposite individuals. Moon Gang-tae is a  jaded and troubled caretaker who refuses to believe in love, while Go Moon-young is a popular yet naive children's book writer. Together, they help each other heal in more ways than one.

Starring: Kim Soo-hyun, Seo Ye-ji

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