The Korean wave has enthralled millennials and Gen-Z all across the world. Korean dramas are admirable because of their unique storylines, amazing music, exploration of a diverse range of genres, appealing presentation, and notable performances.
Now, Zing, the only Hindi-language channel in India that broadcasts all of these popular Korean dramas, has announced Hallyu Time. The channel boasts a new lineup of aired Korean dramas. By launching a dedicated programme for K-Dramas called Hallyu Time, the channel has made a giant step forward in honouring popular aired shows. This drama collection will be updated on a regular basis in response to fan demand. It features appealing slice-of-life love and companionship stories. On weekdays, these shows will air from 6 to 7 p.m. on the channel. Here is a list of upcoming shows, along with their scheduled release months.
Four Upcoming K-Dramas Dubbed In Hindi:
Fight for My Way (June)
Park Seo-joon and Kim Ji-won star in Fight For My Way, which also features Ahn Jae-hong and Song Ha-yoon. The plot revolves around individuals with enormous dreams who are fighting for survival and success in a field in which they are underqualified. A long-standing friendship between two immature friends, Ko Dong-man (Park Seo-joon) and Choi Ae-ra (Kim Ji-won), blossoms into romance. It aired for the first time on May 22, 2017, and was lauded for having a realistic plot and great acting.
Angel’s Last Mission: Love (July)
Kim Myung-soo, Shin Hye-sun, Lee Dong-gun, Kim Bo-mi, Do Ji-won, and Kim In-kwon star in Angel’s Last Mission: Love. Lee Yeon-seo (Shin Hye-sun) is a brilliant and successful ballerina who can say anything she wants when performing with her family’s Fantasia Ballet Company, but she is blinded in a tragic accident while on stage. She is bitter and abusive towards her faithful secretary and butler, as well as her cunning family and everyone else. Dan (Kim Myung-soo) is a happy-go-lucky angel who is constantly getting himself into trouble. He is assigned the seemingly difficult task of finding genuine love for Yeon-Seo in order to return to heaven, but he falls in love with her himself. The series aired from May 22 to July 11, 2019.
Cheer Up (August)
Jung Eun-ji, Lee Won-keun, Cha Hak-yeon, Ji Soo, and Chae Soo-bin star in the drama Cheer Up! The drama, set in Seoul’s renowned Sevit High School, follows the lives of five students as they strive to survive in a hostile environment rife with academic elitism. It first aired on October 5, 2015, and ended on November 10, 2015.
Meow the Secret Boy (September)
Kim Myung-soo, Shin Ye-eun, Seo Ji-hoon, Yoon Ye-joo, and Kang Hoon feature in the drama. Sol Ah (Shin Ye-eun), a graphic designer in her twenties, has always had a love-hate connection with cats and aspires to be a web-based comic creator. However, Sol Ah’s life is turned upside down when she brings home a friendly kitten. But it turns out that this isn’t just any cat. Hong Jo (Kim Myung-soo) is his name, and he has the ability to transform into a human. Hong Jo develops a strong attachment to So Ah and goes to considerable lengths to hide his human identity from her. It aired from March 25 to April 30, 2020.