Are you looking for your next binge-watch? July 2024 is shaping up to be a fantastic month for Korean Dramas! Korean drama enthusiasts are in for an electrifying treat with a line-up of six diverse and captivating series set to premiere across various streaming platforms. Kicking off the month is “Red Swan,” an adrenaline-fueled action drama following the wild journey of a renowned golfer.

“The Auditors” blends comedy with mystery. If legal battles are your thing, then “Good Partner” will have you on the edge of your seat, while “Serendipity’s Embrace” will leave you wondering if love can truly blossom a second time around. And if you crave a good thriller, “No Way Out: The Roulette” will keep you guessing until the very end. Get ready to immerse yourself in these compelling stories.

Red Swan | July 3| Where to Watch: Disney+

“Red Swan” is an action drama about Oh Wan Soo, a successful golf player who meets and falls in love with the successor of the Hwain Group, Kim Yongguk. Oh Wan Soo starts to have marital problems, but she sticks to her marriage. However, one after the other, the dark secrets about Hwain Group start to unfold. One such incident occurs when Oh Wan Soo barely escapes a gunfire. Thanks to Hwain Group’s bodyguard, Seo Doyoon, Oh Wan Soo was saved. However, Seo Doyoon has his motives to be the bodyguard of the Hwain Group. But without knowing any of this, Oh Wan Soo starts to have feelings for him. The series stars Kim Ha Neul from 18 Again.

The Auditors| July 6 | Where to Watch: TvN

“The Auditors” is a comedy mystery drama with the protagonist Shin Cha Il joining as the leader of the audit team at JU Construction. Shin Cha Il hates corruption and works meticulously. Unfortunately, in JU Construction, corruption is high. A new employee, Gu Han-soo, joins the team hoping to get transferred to a different location through this job. However, Cha Il is a difficult boss to work with, and Han-soo struggles initially. Meanwhile, Hwang Dae Woong is currently the Vice-President of JU Construction. But he has the ambition to become the President one day, even if it means he has to fight his two brothers. Yoon Seo Jin is also a new employee on the audit team. She has known Hwang Dae Woong since she was a child. At work, they pretend not to know each other.

Good Partner| July 12 | Where to Watch: SBS

“Good Partner” is a comedy law drama about two lawyers, Cha Eun Kyung, a veteran lawyer who has a specialty in dealing with divorce cases, and Han Yoo Ri, a newbie lawyer in Daejung Law Firm. The two lawyers have opposite ideas of doing their tasks but they need to work together to solve and fight cases. Eun Kyung believes in the idea that the client’s needs are of utmost importance, even if the client is in the wrong. However, newbie lawyer Yoo Ri believes that justice takes precedence over everything. Because of their difference of opinion, both lawyers often clash. Eun Kyung is faced with a personal tragedy as she may need to deal with her divorce, and Yoo Ri is also faced with a personal crisis. Can this crisis bring the duo together?

Sweet Home 3| July 19 | Where to Watch: Netflix

“Sweet Home” series fans, the last installment of the series is coming to Netflix this July. A webtoon inspires “Sweet Home,” and after a successful two seasons, the third and final season is going to be released. In the first season, we see the residents of Green Home work together to fight off the monsters outside. In season 2, the situation starts to get dire as the remaining residents get outside and fight the monsters. The story will continue in season 3, answering questions of Lee Eun-hyuk’s role in the series. At the same time, in season 3, we may see the ultimate battle between the humans and the monsters.

Serendipity’s Embrace| July 22 | Where to Watch: TvN

“Serendipity’s Embrace” is a romance drama about Lee Hong-joo, who is single and works as an animation producer. When Hong-joo was young, she fell in love with a boy. Unfortunately, that ended badly, and Hong-joo has lost faith in the idea of love since then. After 10 years a financial planner Kang Hu-Young comes to Korea. Kang Hu-Young knew Hong-joo during Hong-joo’s difficult period of life. Hong-joo is Hu-Young’s first love. By chance or fate, they meet again. Bang Joon-Ho is a free-spirited writer who develops a bond with Hong-Joo, who is Joon-Ho’s fan. Is there a chance for love to blossom between the former friends Hong-joo and Hu-Young? The series stars Chae Jong Hyeop from “Castaway Diva” and Yun Ji On from “Tomorrow.”

No Way Out: The Roulette | July 31 | Where to Watch: U+ Mobile TV

“No Way Out: The Roulette” is a thriller mystery drama about a criminal, Kim Kook Ho, who was sent to prison for committing heinous crimes. After 13 years, Kim Kook Ho is released, provoking public outrage. At this point, a mysterious person has put a bounty on Kook Ho, forcing detective Baek Joong-Sik to work with Lawyer Lee Sang-Bong to protect Kook Ho amidst the chaos. A butcher, Yoon Chang-Jae, wants to get back the money he has lost, and Kook Ho’s situation gives him an opportunity to do so. Meanwhile, another person arrives in Korea to kill Kook Ho. On the other hand, Kook Ho’s son is tormented since his father is a criminal. The series stars Yoo Jae Myung from “Itaewon Class” and Yum Jung Ah from “Sky Castle.”

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