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New K-Dramas on Netflix in June 2023 – What's on Netflix

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Here’s your early preview for all the K-dramas coming to Netflix in 2023.

June is already shaping up to be a great month for Netflix. With some impressive weekly titles headed your way, not to mention the return of other weekly dramas, there’s no shortage of K-dramas to watch in June 2023.
In case you missed them, we’ve also kept track of the latest K-drama releases in May 2023.

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Episodes: 8
Genre: Action, Thriller, Crime | Runtime: 60 Minutes
Cast: Woo Do Hwan, Lee Sang Yi, Kim Sae Ron, Park Sung Woong, Heo Joon Ho
Netflix Release Date: Friday, June 9th, 2023
Picture. Bloodhounds – Seed Films / Netflix
What’s in store for subscribers with Bloodhounds has yet to be fully revealed by Netflix. Some of the most exciting dramas coming out of the Korean peninsula for Netflix have been from the action genre, with titles such as My Name, Squid Game, All of Us Are Dead, and Sweet Home paving the way for Bloodhounds.
In order to pay off their debt, three daring youths jump into the money-lending business while confronting the rich and powerful who prey on the weak.
Episodes: 12
Genre: Drama, Thriller | Runtime: 60 Minutes
Cast: Park Gyu Young, Kang Min Hyuk, Lee Chung Ah, Lee Dong Gun, Jeon Hyo Sung
Netflix Release Date: June 30th, 2023
To conclude a busy month of K-dramas on Netflix is Celebrity, starring Sweet Home’s Park Hyu Young, and The Heirs’ Kang Min Hyuk.
Fame. Money. Power. One young woman fights to become the next hottest celebrity in the glamorous yet scandalous world of influencers in Seoul.

Episodes: 16
Genre: Comedy, Romance | Runtime: 80 Minutes
Cast: Lee Jun Ho, Im Yoon Ah, Go Won Hee, Kim Ga Eun, Ahn Se Ha
Netflix Release Date: June 17th, 2023 | New Episodes: Saturday, Sunday
Picture. King the Land – jTBC
Graceful, charismatic, intelligent, and chic, the heir of King Group Goo Won has everything but memories of his mother. In an attempt to recover his memory, he returns to King Hotel. Known as King Hotel’s queen of smiles and hospitality, Cheon Sa-rang worked her way up from the front desk to now work at the glamorous “King the Land” space, where she meets Goo Won.
Episodes: 12
Genre: Drama | Runtime: 70 Minutes
Cast: Shin Hye Sun, Ahn Bo Hyun, Ha Yoon Kyung, Ahn Dong Goo, Kim Shi Ah
Netflix Release Date: June 17th, 2023 | New Episodes: Saturday, Sunday
see you in my 19th life new k dramas on netflix in june 2023
Based on the popular webtoon of the same name, there are a lot of fans who simply can’t wait to see the live-action adaptation come to life. Between King the Land, and See You in My 19th Life, June, and July could be extremely fruitful months for Netflix.
Jieum Ban has an extraordinary ability: she can remember the memories of all her past lives. After her previous life is cut short by a tragic accident, she sets out to reconnect with the people of her past life in her current one. Will memories of her 18th life sabotage romance in her 19th? Or will love endure across different lives?
Episodes: 16
Genre: Comedy, Drama, Medical | Runtime: 60 Minutes
Cast: Uhm Jung Hwa, Kim Byung Chul, Myung Se Bin, Min Woo Hyuk, Song Ji Ho
Netflix Finale Date: June 4th, 2023 | New Episodes: Saturday, Sunday
doctor cha new k dramas on netflix in june 2023
Doctor Cha is doing some incredible numbers, and at the time of writing, there’s still the 2nd half of the season for it to become a record-breaker. Currently sat in 14th as the highest-rated cable drama of all time, just over 1% higher will see the drama pushed into the top ten.
It tells the story of a medical graduate turned housewife but decided to return to the medical field, and a doctor husband who maintains a perfect dual life. He is great at his job and he is also great at cheating on his wife.

Episodes: 14
Genre: Comedy, Drama, Family | Runtime: 70 Minutes
Cast: Ra Mi Ran, Lee Do Hyun, Ahn Eun Jin, Yoo In Soo, Choi Moo Sung
Netflix Finale Date: June 8th, 2023 | New Episodes: Wednesday, Thursday
The Good Bad Mother is doing great numbers for a drama that has landed the midweek timeslot. While it may not become a record breaker, it’s still one of the most successful mid-week dramas to land on Netflix for some time.
A drama about a mother, Young Soon, who has lived for her child all her life, and her son, prosecutor Kang Ho, who suffers from amnesia in an unexpected accident and goes back to being a child.

Which K-dramas will you be watching on Netflix in June 2023? Let us know in the comments below!
Jacob joined What’s on Netflix in 2018 and serves as one of the lead writers here on What’s on Netflix. Jacob covers all things Netflix movies and TV shows but specializes in covering anime and K-dramas. Resides in the United Kingdom. Contact: [email protected]

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What's happening in entertainment news today – TODAY Show

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We are getting a first look at Zendaya in her new romantic comedy Challengers.
The film sees her play a tennis pro caught up in a steamy love triangle.
The trailer is going to make you blush and you can catch that one in cinemas on October 5.
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It looks like there’s no slowing down for pop sensation Sza, who broke a Spotify music record with her track Kill Bill,
It’s the longest running top 10 hit by a female artist.
It first topped billboards back in January but seems like fans cannot get enough.
And Adele is known for getting personal with fans, but it seems she’s taken that to a whole new level.
She took a moment out of her Vegas show to share she isn’t having the best time wearing Spanx.
Hear the hilarious story she told her audience in the video above.
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Finally, Taylor Swift is bringing her Eras Tour Down Under.
That’s right, the singer has finally announced tour dates, coming to Sydney and Melbourne in February.
There will be two concerts at Melbourne Cricket Ground on February 16 and 17, before the superstar makes her way north to Sydney for gigs at Accor Stadium from February 23 – 25.
Tickets to those gigs will be available from Friday June 30.
Unfortunately, Melbourne and Sydney are so far, the only Aussie tour locations announced at this stage but we will let you know if that changes.
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The perfect pre-running breakfast to keep you fuelled on race day – Runner's World UK

Delicious breakfast ideas to boost your performance and power up your run
Breakfast, so they say, is the most important meal of the day. But what should you eat before a run? And how long should you leave between eating breakfast and heading out the door?
‘Ahead of a run or any workout in the morning, it’s important to consume breakfast in order to fuel the body with energy and increase your glycogen stores,’ explains Lily Chapman, performance coach, and sport and exercise nutritionist at P3RFORM.
In fact, studies have shown that eating easily digestible carbohydrates in the hour before exercise generally enables athletes to work out longer. Eating carbohydrates ‘has been shown to delay fatigue onset, reduce the rate of perceived exertion (how hard you feel your body is working), and increase exercise capacity,’ she adds.
‘You should aim to consume a high-carb snack/meal 1-4 hours before. Opting for foods with minimal fat, fibre, and protein has been shown to suit most, as these have been shown to slow digestion and absorption, leading to gastrointestinal issues.’
Of course, there are no absolutes in what you should and shouldn’t eat – or if you should eat at all – except that you’ll probably want to eat something if you’re going to run for a long time, and that something should be easy on the stomach.
‘Liquid carbohydrates may be a good option for those who struggle with consuming whole food before a training run,’ says Lily. ‘Everyone should incorporate an individual approach to what specific foods they should be consuming, as both preference and tolerance vary.’
The only way to really figure out what works for you? Trial and error. ‘Pre-planning is super important to help with adaptation and optimal performance, too,’ she adds.
If, however, you’re in need of a little inspiration, here are eight delicious – and incredibly simple – breakfast ideas, designed with runners in mind…
The unofficial king of the race day breakfast, oats are healthy, filling and 70 per cent carbohydrate – perfect for running. Stir through honey, maple syrup or fruit compote for a dose of fast-acting sugar, or add raisins or dried fruit – blueberries and cranberries are delicious. Adding sliced banana before heating makes for a sweet, healthy and heartier pre-run breakfast.
Bagels are often the go-to breakfast choice for runners. Why? They’re rich in carbohydrates (so they’ll fuel your run by topping up your glycogen stores), they’re super easy to digest – and don’t sit heavily in your stomach – and they’re great for eating on the go. Our personal favourite topping? Peanut butter or Lotus Biscoff spread. Yum.

Muesli is a great long-run fuel. It’s whole grains and fruits are packed with slow-burning energy. Take a trip to a health food store to pick out the fruit, nuts and grains you like to make your own personal muesli mix. Bran, barley and oats are especially good wholegrain carbs so be sure to sprinkle some in your bowl.
Or take things to another level with homemade granola. The slow-release grains will keep you feeling full all morning, and the baked-in honey or maple syrup offers fast-release sugar, making granola an excellent breakfast option. Roll 500g of grains, nuts and seeds in two tablespoons each of honey, vegetable oil, and maple or golden syrup. Spread the mixture over baking sheets and bake at low heat (150ºC/gas mark 2) for 15 minutes. If you fancy dried fruit, add it to the granola before baking for a further 15 minutes.
Cakes and Bakes
A little time spent baking makes a much healthier breakfast than grabbing a sugar-packed muffin in a coffee shop.
Banana bread is a great combination of fast-burning carbs for quick energy and –if you use wholemeal flour – slow-burning carbs that’ll fill you up. Line a loaf tin and preheat a medium oven (180ºC/gas mark 4). Mash 4 ripe bananas and mix with 225g self-raising flour, 100g butter, 150g caster sugar, two eggs and a pinch of salt. Bake for 1-1½ hours until the bread is golden on top and a skewer comes out clean.
Fresh muffins are also a great idea. Use wholemeal flour and add some fruit for fast-burning sugar – blueberries, banana and rhubarb are all good sources of energy.
With a little planning, pancakes can be a quick, hot and healthy breakfast. Swap refined white flour for buckwheat to get all of the taste but a more nutritious meal. Make up a simple batter the night before – mix 100g flour, 300 ml milk, two eggs and 1 tbsp vegetable or sunflower oil – and store covered in the fridge in a large jug. Forget sprinkling refined sugar – blueberries and sliced banana are the perfect mix of sweet and healthy.

This bright, tasty breakfast is packed with veggies and makes the perfect decadent weekend breakfast – before or after a long run. Sweetcorn is 86 per cent carbohydrate, low in fat and packed with vitamin C.
For 12 fritters, sift 300g self-raising flour and 1 tsp baking powder into a bowl, season and make a well in the middle. Mix two eggs, 400g sweetcorn kernels, a handful of coriander or parsley, and a generous glug of sweet chilli sauce plus the same amount of water. Put this mixture into the middle of the bowl of flour and combine (make it up the night before and leave it in the fridge). Heat a knob of butter in a frying pan and add 2-3 tbsp of the mixture. Once bubbles begin to form on top of the corn cake, flip it over and cook for a further two minutes.
If you fancy a really indulgent start to the day, serve with bacon, sliced avocado and sour cream.

If you’re too busy to eat a proper breakfast, it’s important not to miss out altogether. Your metabolism is at its most active at the start of the day and just after a run, so make sure you fuel it with some high-quality carbs.
Whip up a stock of homemade energy bars and store in a Tupperware for a stock of quick on-the-run breakfasts that’ll fuel your running. With oats, muesli and dried fruit, you’ll get a fast-acting sweet hit without the refined sugar. Combine 175g oats with 85g muesli in a bowl. Warm 3 tbsp of honey in a small saucepan until it becomes runny, then add it to the oat mix. Stir in 150g dried fruit (raisins, dates, apricots, figs, apple, pineapple etc), two egg whites and 175ml apple juice. Press the mixture into a lightly oiled 18x28cm baking tin. Bake at 180ºC for 20-25 minutes until golden. Allow to cool slightly, then cut into bars.
Eating properly to promote recovery after a run is essential. The first hour after a workout is crucial – during this time, your body replenishes glycogen at three times its normal rate – so try to make time for breakfast straight after a session. The best recovery meals tend to have a 4:1 ratio of carbohydrates and protein that’ll restock your energy stores and help your muscles recover.
The recipe for a healthy and satisfying liquid breakfast is easy – just pop some fruit in the blender.
Make the perfect recovery shake with a mixture of bananas – which weigh in at a whopping 93 per cent carbs – and peanut butter. Peanut butter has the right blend of protein and carbs for that magic 4:1 recovery ratio. Calcium-packed natural yoghurt also makes a substantial shake.
Get inventive with what’s in season, or think ahead and stock up on summer fruits when they’re fresh and cheaper. Freeze berries and chopped fruit (they won’t lose much nutritional value) ready to tip into your blender for a little summer sunshine – and vitamin C – on a dark winter morning.

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‘Barbenheimer’: Hollywood movies rake in moolah at the box office on opening day – BusinessLine

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By Meenakshi Verma Ambwani

The ‘Barbenheimer’phenomenon has taken over the domestic box office this weekend as Hollywood movies Oppenheimer and Barbie set the cash registers ringing. As per early estimates, the two movies raked in about ₹18-20 crore in net collections at the Indian box office on Friday.
Analysts said that this was a very good opening-day collection for Hollywood flicks in the country. Oppenheimer has also become this year’s highest grossing Hollywood movie in terms of opening-day collections in India.
Christospher Nolan’s Oppenheimer is estimated to have garnered ₹13.5-14.5 crore on Friday as per trade analysts, crossing the first-day collection of other major Hollywood flicks Fast X and Mission Impossible: Dead Reckoning.
Unlike the US, Oppenheimer is much ahead of Barbie in box office collections in India.
Indian movie buffs gear up for Oppenheimer-Barbie clash at box office
Barbie is estimated to have earned between ₹4.5-6 crore on the opening day. Oppenheimer has trumped Barbie owing to the fact that Nolan’s blockbuster film has had a wider release in India, compared to the Margot Robbie-starrer. According to Box Office India, Oppenheimer has been released on about 1,900 screens while Barbie has been released on over 850 screens in India.
Trade Analyst Ramesh Bala tweeted that the Day 1 collections for Oppenheimer are estimated at ₹14.50 crore, while Barbie drew ₹6 crore net.
Producer and film business expert Girish Johar said that Oppenheimer garnered about ₹13.75 crore on Friday, which is more than Fast X, while Barbie has got a “very impressive” collection of about ₹4.5 crore.
In an earlier interaction, PVR Inox Co-CEO Gautam Dutta had told businessline thatshows for Oppenheimer on formats such as IMAX and 4DX were sold out.
As per estimates by Ormax Media, Hollywood movies’ contribution to Indian box office collections was estimated at about ₹585 crore in January-June period. This is estimated to be about a 12 per cent contribution to cumulative gross box office collections of ₹4,868 crore in the first six months of the year. Fast X with gross collections of ₹135 crore was the only Hollywood film to feature in the top ten movies in the first half of the year, it added.
Interestingly, the two films had contrasting opening day figures in the US. While Barbie collected $22.3 million in ticket sales on day one, Oppenheimer managed only $10.5 million.


The Devil's Plan on Netflix: Cast, expected release date, and more – Sportskeeda

Adding to Netflix’s new embarkation of Korean-based reality survival shows, The Devil’s Plan continues to intrigue viewers, as they eagerly look forward to watching it. The show gathers twelve contestants coming from various different fields such as the K-drama actor Ha Seok-jin, K-pop idol SEVENTEEN’s Seungkwan, American-based lawyer So Dong-joo, and more.
The crux of the reality show, The Devil’s Plan, is to put the twelve differently talented individuals through a series of mind games that they must pass within in a span of one week. The ultimate goal is to identify the smartest or wittiest contestant who can successfully pass these challenges. The winner of the show will be awarded a massive cash prize of 500 million Korean won.
Directed and produced by the well-known reality show producer, Jung Jong-yeon, the show’s expectations are raised even further, creating an increased sense of anticipation among viewers.
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When Netflix initially announced its latest reality survival show, fans were thrilled and excited for the same, given the plot’s similarities to the famous K-drama series that took over the world, Squid Game. This excitement only grows as the streaming platform reveals the contestants who will be participating in the show.
On July 26, 2023, Netflix uploaded a list of twelve contestants coming from different fields to compete against each other in their upcoming mind-bending survival game.
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Check out all the twelve contestants of The Devil’s Plan and their occupations.
In addition to the minimal information we’ve been revealed about the contestants, the show’s director gives his own perspectives on the participants of The Devil’s Plan. Upon his observation of the contestants and their performance through the week-long camp, where they had to engage in mind-bending games, Jung Jong-yeon picked out the strengths of each player.
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The Devil’s Plan‘s director continued,
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Adding about the charms of the non-celebrity players on The Devil’s Plan, he said,
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While there’s still no official date announced for the release of The Devil’s Plan, it’s expected to roll out in the coming months, before the end of 2023. Fans are quite excited about the show, and given the promising cast and the reputation of Jung Jong-yeon’s reality shows, people can hardly wait for it to hit the screens.
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The social media marketing goldmine: TikTok advertising revenue … – Startups.co.uk

TikTok was the company with the fastest-growing digital advertising revenues in 2022 with a 155% growth rate – four times more than Apple and seven times more than Amazon.
With the potential to reach millions of people practically overnight, marketers have spent billions on TikTok promotions over the past years.
Last year alone brought $9.9bn in ad revenue, which is expected to rise to around $13.5bn in 2023, according to predictions by OnlyAccounts.io.
Thanks to its impressive growth, TikTok ranked as the company with the fastest-growing digital ad revenue in the world, and the only social media platform on the list made of tech and retail giants.
One recognised as a digital space colonised by TikTok dances and short comedic video material, TikTok has now become an obligatory ingredient of the social media strategy of SMEs.
This is despite recent scandals surrounding data privacy that have drawn a question mark around the stability and reliability of the social media platform.
TikTok was the most downloaded app in 2022 and the current number of TikTok users in the UK is 23.38 million per month. This degree of exposure is vital for SMEs that want to source new customers through social media.
In fact, some 47% of users say TikTok is the platform they use most to engage with SMEs. 77% also noted they came across a small business on TikTok before discovering them anywhere else.
The exposure TikTok offers is unparalleled by other platforms. According to statistics from a Nielsen Survey, TikTok provides Return on Advertising Spending (ROAS) that is 3.5 times higher than any other media.
Moreover, businesses employing multiple TIkTok ad formats generate 10% more ROAS than other brands that focus only on one type of ad format.
The goldmine that TikTok embodies has been widely recognised by SMEs. 73% say TikTok has helped them reach new customers and 78% saw a positive ROI after integrating the platform into their strategy.
55% of businesses say TikTok ads are important for their company’s overall marketing performance and 52% of SME owners plan to increase their TikTok marketing budgets.
The numbers clearly point to how invaluable TikTok has become for marketing teams, and for those not yet on the platform, the question is not if but when they’ll join the other SMEs marketing on the social media giant.
Crafting the correct strategy on TikTok can be the make or break between going viral and between getting stuck at a stalin 300 views per video.
Kim Innes is chef and founder of the world’s first Crumble bakery, Humble Crumble. Between user generated content (UGC) and Humble Crumble’s own accounts, the crumble maker has gathered millions of views and nearly 200,000 followers across Instagram and TikTok.
According to Innes, the key to TikTok success is to find ways to make products organically shareable.
“I can only speak for us, but anytime we’ve done anything like professional photos or videos, they do not share as well as user generated content,” she explains. .
“And I think it’s just more personable and a nice relatable thing for our followers, that they feel ‘I could take this video and post it on my Instagram or TikTok and it will look great.”
Besides making a personable product experience, Kim also recommends finding the right influencers, which TikTok has no shortage of.
“I would say find influencers that are within your market. We’ve actually had experiences where celebrities will post about our crumbles and it’s just not the right demographic.”
Those seeking to foster TikTok fame will need to find a marketing strategy that is personable to audiences and that uses the right promoters and tools.
Fernanda is a Mexican-born Startups Writer. Specialising in the Marketing & Finding Customers pillar, she’s always on the lookout for how startups can leverage tools, software, and insights to help solidify their brand, retain clients, and find new areas for growth. Having grown up in Mexico City and Abu Dhabi, Fernanda is passionate about how businesses can adapt to new challenges in different economic environments to grow and find creative ways to engage with new and existing customers. With a background in journalism, politics, and international relations, Fernanda has written for a multitude of online magazines about topics ranging from Latin American politics to how businesses can retain staff during a recession. She is currently strengthening her journalistic muscle by studying for a part-time multimedia journalism degree from the National Council of Training for Journalists (NCTJ).

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