7 New Korean Dramas to look out for in July on Viu!

We are about a few weeks into Phase 2 right now and even though we are allowed to go out, we should still try to stay home as much as possible. And what better way to get us to stay home than some Korean dramas. You know, chilling on your bed while staring at Lee Joon-Gi. How great is that? To make things so much easier, Viu is releasing 7 new Korean dramas in July!

Flower of Evil 

Available from 30 July, every Wednesday and Thursday 

Baek Hee-Jung (Lee Joon-Gi), a seemingly devoted husband and father conceals his cruel past by taking on a different identity. Meanwhile Cha Ji-Won (Moon Chae-Won), his wife and a homicide detective, attempts to track down the truth. Watch Lee Joon-Gi and Moon Chae-Won reunite in this suspenseful thriller after starring together in Criminal Minds. This is definitely a Korean Drama pairing we won’t want to miss.

To All The Guys Who Loved Me

Available every Tuesday and Wednesday

Just as Seo Hyun-Joo (Hwang Jung-Eum), the leader of a webcomic planning team, declares her plan to remain single, she receives confessions from not one but two men. Hwang Hi-Woo (Yoon Hyun-Min), the CEO of a pharmaceutical company has a cold personality but excellent business sense. Her other suitor and childhood friend, Park Do-Gyeom (Seo Ji-Hoon), is a sociable and popular webcomic writer who harbours a long time crush on her. Now with two beautiful men chasing after her, will she cave and fall in love? 

Into the Ring

Available every Thursday and Friday

A poor but cheerful young woman who can punch well above her own weight, Too se-Ra (Nana) decides to apply for civil service job when she hears that a district representative position can earn 50 million won a year, aka a chance to a better life. She teams up with Seo Gong-Myung (Park Sung-Hoon), an unfriendly and rigid man, to catch corrupt politicians. These two leads have worked together previously on Justice

The Good Detective 

Available every Tuesday and Wednesday

Experienced detective Kang Do-Chang (Son Hyun-too) works on his cases based on experience and connections while his counterpart Oh Ji-Hyuk (Jang Seung-Jo) approaches his cases through evidence and insight. Follow the duo as they hunt down criminals and uncover the truth behind the crimes. If you loves a good detective series, this is definitely one to follow.

She Knows Everything

Available every Thursday and Friday

Award-winning actress King Sung-Yeon plays Lee Goong-Bok, a real estate agent in this mystery drama. At an apartment complex that is about to undergo reconstruction, many strange things are going on. What happens when she cross paths with In Cheol-Ho (Jo Han-Sun), a veteran detective?


Available every Sunday and Monday

Seo Do-Won (Yoon Shi-Yoon) attempts to discover the truth behind the death of his loved one, Han Seo-Kyung (Kyung Soo-Jin), but finds himself travelling between two parallel universes. He then realises that Seo-Kyung is still alive in the other world, despite being dead in the other. As Do0Won chases down the killer in one universe, he tries to protect her in the other at the same time. But can he do it alone? 

Chip In

Available on 23 July, every Thursday and Friday

Bit Na (Kin Hye-Joon) is the daughter of a famous painter who possesses billions of won worth of property. She soon finds herself embroiled in an intense battle over her father’s assets.In the midst of it all, someone ends up getting murdered. Will she be able to uncover the truth?

Enjoy the best of Asian entertainment on Viu an OTT video service, where you can catch the latest Asian Dramas and variety shows for free or subscribe to premium to enjoy more content such as kids’ animation, award winning movies and other exclusive perks. 

So what are you waiting for get on Viu now! It does not only have Korean dramas but Japanese and Chinese drama series and movies too. As long as it is Asian, it could be on Viu. Your one-stop Asian drama, movie place to be.

Alternatively, Train to Busan: Peninsula and more are showing at the cinemas from July 13 (Singapore).


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