Here are 6 More K-Dramas Launching on Netflix This Year

From romcoms to action to political dramas, here are all the dramas to watch out for this year!

K-drama fans, 6 more dramas are coming to Netflix on the second half of the year! So if you are already done binge-watching every K-drama on their current roster – classic and new – or you just want to add new content to watch on your list, Netflix has got you covered in the coming months! 

From romcoms to action to political dramas, here are all the dramas to watch out for this year: 

Svaha: The Sixth Finger
Launches on: May 30

A mystery-thriller which stars veteran actor Lee Jung Jae (Along With the Gods: The Two Worlds, Along With the Gods: The Last 49 Days)Svaha: The Sixth Finger is about Pastor Park who is hired to expose a religious cult. While investigating about the cult, he learns about a young girl's murder following a tunnel accident, and he begins to connect all the puzzle pieces together. The film is written and directed by Jang Jae Hyun who has worked on the hit supernatural thriller The Priest. 

Chief of Staff
Launches on:
June 14

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Chief of Staff centers on the world of political aides, who with a desire that's sometimes stronger than the lawmakers', are said to actually be the real players in politics. Lee Jung Jae plays Jang Tae Jun, the chief-of-staff to a four-term lawmaker, who has bigger dreams behind his small smile. Shin Min Ah, on the other hand, plays Kang Seon Yeong, a lawyer-turned-politician, and is now the spokesperson for her party. The drama is directed by Kwak Jung HWan, who is also the man behind dramas Ms. Hammurabi and The K2. 

Designated Survivor: 60 Days 
Launches on: July 1

Adapted from the American TV series, Designated Survivor: 60 Days has the same storyline as the original show but is focused more on the Korean reality. It tells the story of a scientist-turned-politician who is assigned to be the acting president for 60 days after all the members of the Cabinet die from an explosion at the National Assembly. During the 60-day period, he tries to uncover the truth behind the attack. It stars Ji Jin Hee, Lee Joon Hyuk, Heo Jun Ho, Kang Han Na, and more. 

My First First Love, Season 2
Launches on: July 26

100 days since the first season premiered on Netflix, My First First Love finally returns for its second season! The upcoming season will continue with Tae Oh, Song I, Do Hyeon, Hun, and Ga Rin and their story of friendship, love, career, and dreams. It stars Ji Soo, Jung Chae Yeon, Jinyoung, Kang Tae Oh, and Choi Ri. 

Love Alarm
Launches on: August 22

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Love Alarm Season 1 is a Netflix Original Series about a group of friends who get caught up in a mobile app that sends an "alarm" when someone who has romantic feelings for you is within a 10-meter radius. It stars Kim So Hyun, Song Kang, and Jung Ga Ram. 

Launches on: August 22

Vagabond stars Lee Seung Gi as a stuntman who gets involved in a plane crash and discovers a national corruption scandal in the process. Starring alongside him is Bae Suzy, who works for the National Intelligence Service as a secret ops agent despite wanting to be a simple civil servant to support her mom and siblings. 

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