K-drama on Amazon Mini TV: the free streaming provision available on the Amazon Shopping app in India, dubs several Korean, Turkish, Mandarin, and Spanish dramas into the Hindi language for local consumption under the MiniTV Smuggled banner. The first set of shows, which streams from July 7, are all Korean and includes “Cheer Up,” “Heart Surgeons,” and “Doctor Detective.”
Amogh Dusad, head of Happy, Amazon miniTV, said: “Recently, the viewing preferences of digital video customers in India have changed significantly. They love diversity in content offerings and are looking for unique stories and charming characters from across the world. We have curated a list of blockbuster shows, from Korean, Turkish, Mandarin, Spanish, and many more languages, that we believe will resonate with Indian viewers.”
K-drama on Amazon Mini TV
Here we present the list of Hindi Dubbed K-drama on Amazon Mini TV in September 2023:-
1. The Law Cafe
KBS2 stands first in the list of K-drama on Amazon Mini TV upcoming permissible drama tells the story of Kim Jeong-ho (Seung-gi), a genius prosecutor before, who now manages a building as its owner, and Kim Yu-ri (Se-young), an eccentric lawyer with uncommon habits.
The drama displays a romantic tale between Jung-ho and Yu-Ri as they begin working together on legal cases.
2. Once Upon a Small Town
Once Upon a Small Town stands second in the list of K-drama on Amazon Mini TV. Starring Red Velvet’s Joy besides Choo Young-woo in the leading roles, Once Upon a Small Town is set to issue on September 5 and has 12 episodes. The Kakao TV drama, set in Heedong Village, has been focused on by Kwon Seon-jang of Bossam: Steal The Fate (2021). The drama will be accessible to a global audience through Netflix as well.
Based on the novel of the identical name, it is a romantic drama between a veterinarian named Han Ji-yool (Choo) who lives in Seoul, and a police officer, Ahn Ja-young (Joy), who resides in the village. After Ji-tool arrives at the village, the two start outlay time together, followed by a sweet relationship that gradually buds between them.
The highly anticipated crime thriller K-drama, through six episodes, will be released on September 9 on Netflix. Showcasing Park Hae-soo, Ha Jung-woo, Hwang Jung-min, Jo Woo-jin, Yoo Yeon-seok, and Choo Ja-hyun in the leading roles, Narco-Saints is on paper and directed by Yoon Jong-bin of The Spy Gone North (2018).
The captivating thriller tells the level of an entrepreneur (Ha) who unwillingly gets involved in a drug smuggling mission worked by the National Intelligence Service. He gets charged for a crime he never did by the Korean drug lord (Hwang) of Suriname in South America.
4. Mental Coach Jegal
Another Squid Game star returning to K-dramas this month is Lee Yoo-mi, who resolved to be seen in the sports drama Mental Coach Jegal with Jung Woo. The TVN show is scheduled to air its first episode on September 12 and will run for 16 episodes.
The story follows Je Gal-gil (Jung), an ex-national Taekwondo contestant who quits his profession after an episode of misconduct. Later, he becomes a mental coach and helps former and current athletes whose abilities have declined due to private issues.
Upcoming mystery drama Blind Landscapes K-pop stars Jung Eun-ji from Apink and Ok Taec-yeon from 2 PM in principal roles. The OCN and TVN drama is helmed by Shin Yong-hwi of Tunnel (2017), and the screenplay is captured by Kwon Ki-kyung of Andante (2017). It is said to have 16 episodes.
The thriller centers around Ryu Sung-jun, Ryu Sung-hoon, and Jo Eun-gi, who get embroiled in a situation related to serial murders that coincidently have the jury members as victims. They work together to uncover the genuineness behind the deaths.
The first episode of Blind premieres on September 16.
6. Love in Contract
Rom-com queen Park Min Young is returning to K-dramas through Love in Contract. She is accompanied by her reel-life grooms Jung Ji-ho (played by Go Kyung-pyo) and Kang Hae-jin (Have Fun by Kim Jae-young).
Slated to release on September 21 on tvN, Love in Contract is directed by Nam Sung-woo, who has previously helmed hit projects like Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok Joo (2016), Because This is My First Life (2017) and 100 Days My Prince (2018).
The new romantic comedy-drama follows the lifecycle of Choi Sang-eun (Park), who helps people by portraying their fake wives at social assemblies and events.
The Golden Spoon
Next on the upcoming Korean dramas list is The Golden Spoon, starring BTOB’s Yook Sung-jae and DIA’s Jung Chae-yeon in the leading roles. The webtoon-based K-drama is directed by Song Hyun-work of The Beauty Inside (2018). Meanwhile, Kim Eun-hee of Ghost Doctor (2022) and Yoon Eun-kyung of My Fair Lady (2009) have written the screenplay.