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Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha, DP to Lovers of the Red Sky: K-dramas which will soon be your new favourites this August

Nothing beats the feeling of being rolled up in bed and watching your favourite Korean drama. From laughing hard to crying like a Baby for the second lead now comes naturally to us. While we love the classic list of K-dramas that we run back to, there are some new and amazing dramas soon to drop this month which will be your new favourites this August. The shows are full of romance, period drama, comedy and tragedy something that everyone likes.

From Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha, DP, Lovers of the Red Sky and much more here are the Korean dramas to look out for this much and add to your watch list.

Korean Dramas to watch in August

Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha

After gaining a plethora of fan following in 2020 with Start-Up, Kim Seon Ho is all set to make his comeback with Hometown Cha Cha Cha. Seon Ho fans are waiting to see if he will get his girl this time. Playing his leading lady is the gorgeous Shin Min Ah wh we loved in Oh My Venus, My Girlfriend Is a Gumiho, Tomorrow With You and many more K-Dramas. The teaser of the show was recently dropped and while we didn’t get to see much, we could still make out the fun chemistry between Seon Ho and Min Ah. Hometown ChaChaCha is a romance between a realist dentist Yoon Hye-jin and all-around handyman Hong Doo Shik. The show will release on Netflix on August 28.

Lovers of the Red Sky

Lovers of the Red Sky takes us back to the historic era as it is a period romance between Kim Yoo-Jung who plays a painter named Hong Cheon-ki and Ha Ram (Ahn Hyo-seop). Based in the Joseon dynasty era, the show will premiere on August 26.

Police University

Police University is an upcoming k-drama that revolves around the life of a police officer named Yoo Dong-Man (Cha Tae-Hyun) who is training rookies at the uni. The show also stars B1A4 member Jung Jin-young (also known as Jinyoung) and f(x) star Krystal. The show will premier on August 9.


DP aka Deserter Pursuit is a Netflix original whiich is based on a webtoon. Jung Hae-in plays Ahn Jun-ho who is part of the military but he gets recruited by Sergeant Park Bum-goo (Kim Sung Kyun) into DP. DP will steam from August 27.

The Road: Tragedy of One

Another tvN drama, that will drop this month is The Road: Tragedy of One. The show will revolve around the affluent family in the complex Royal Hills, Ji Jin-hee essays the role of Baek Soo-Hyun who is an announcer with much influence and is married to a powerful man’s daughter with quite the rule over the political world in South Korea. The show will premiere on August 4.

Stay tuned to this space for more updates.

Also Read: Hometown ChaChaCha Teaser: Kim Seon Ho and Shin Min Ah are all set for a heartwarming romance