June 2020 Dramas Keeping This Summer Hot
It’s a hot summer, and the June 2020 dramas are even hotter! Whether you’re looking for something intense, romantic, or hilarious, this month’s dramas have it all. From family struggles to unexpected relationships, K-Drama fans are in for a treat.
My Unfamiliar Family
Starring Han Ye Ri, Kim Ji Suk, and Choo Ja Hyun, Kim Eun Hee is the middle child of a family that is beginning to grow apart as her sister, brother, and father become busier in their respective careers. Although Eun Hee desires a close relationship, she chooses to keep her feelings a secret and only divulges them to her best friend Park Chan Hyuk. Feeling that he is more of a brother to her than her own, she consults him for advice about love as she returns to the dating scene. When things go south, will Eun Hee’s family take charge? Or will her friends? My Unfamiliar Family airs on tvN during Mondays and Tuesdays at 9:00 p.m., KST.
Psycho But It’s Okay
Psycho But It’s Okay stars Kim Soo Hyun, Seo Ye Ji, and Oh Jung Se, chronicling the life of a community health worker at a psychiatric ward. She feels that she does not have time for romance, but what will occur when she and a writer who has never known love meet? Will they be able to heal one another? Psycho But It’s Okay airs on tvN during Saturdays and Sundays at 9:00 p.m., KST.
Genre: Romantic Comedy
Ga Doo Ri’s Sushi Restaurant
Starring Lee Joo Bin, Hyuk, and Choi Ji Hee, this drama follows Ga Doo Ri who is known for her expert dating advice. Will romance bud between Ga Doo Ri and her mysterious neighbor, Cha Woo Bin? Ga Doo Ri’s Sushi Restaurant airs on KBS during Tuesdays and Thursdays at 6:00 p.m., KST.
Starring Ji Chang Wook, Kim You Jung, and Do Sang Woo, Backstreet Rookie tells the story of Choi Dae Hyun who is approached by a group of troublemaking female high school students seeking to buy cigarettes. After Choi Dae Hyun does the errand for them, one of the students (Jung Saet Byeol) receives his cellphone number. Years later, Choi Dae Hyun runs a small convenience store and hires Jung Saet Byeol who has unexpectedly appeared. She is now a model university student who follows strong morals. Backstreet Rookie airs on SBS during Fridays and Saturdays at 10:00 p.m., KST.
There’s no better way to spend your summer than binging the June 2020 dramas!