June is a huuuge month for Asian titles 'cause we've got a whole lot of them dropping on Netflix! So what exactly is in store for us next month? Well, we have a slew of local films (Maledicto, Cara X Jagger, The Girl And The Gun, So It's You), an animated adaptation of a cult fave Filipino graphic novel (Trese), highly anticipated Korean titles (Sweet & Sour, Nevertheless, Hospital Playlist Season 2, So Not Worth It), a Japanese animated film that'll bring us back to the '90s (Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon Eternal The Movie), and more titles from Vietnam (Camellia Sisters), Thailand (Let's Eat), and Indonesia (Ali & Ratu Ratu Queens)!
Yup, I wasn't kidding when I said June is a huge month for Asian titles.
Here are the 13 new Asian titles to watch on Netflix this June 2021:
1. Maledicto (June 3)
The plot, according to Netflix: "After a tragic event, a brilliant psychiatrist becomes an exorcist and teams up with a clairvoyant nun to help a possessed teenager."
2. Cara X Jagger (June 3)
The plot, according to Netflix: "With a rare condition that gives her total recall, a woman cares for her ex-boyfriend who has amnesia as they relive their bittersweet love story."
3. The Girl And The Gun (June 3)
The plot, according to Netflix: "Fed up with abuse by those around her, a department store saleswoman finds a weapon in an alleyway and decides to settle scores."
4. So It's You (June 3)
The plot, according to Netflix: "A woman left by her fiancé and a man with baggage bond over heartbreak and past pains. As they enter a fake relationship, real feelings soon emerge."
5. Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon Eternal The Movie Part 1 / Part 2 (June 3)
The plot, according to Netflix: "When a dark power enshrouds the Earth after a total solar eclipse, the scattered Sailor Guardians must reunite to bring light back into the world."
6. Sweet & Sour (June 4)
The plot, according to Netflix: "Faced with real-world opportunities and challenges, a couple endures the highs and lows of trying to make a long-distance relationship survive."
7. Camellia Sisters (June 10)
The plot, according to Netflix: "Tensions rise and untold secrets surface for three royal sisters when a family treasure is stolen the night before an antique auction."
8. Trese (June 11)
The plot, according to Netflix: "Set in a Manila where mythical creatures of Philippine folklore hide amongst humans, Alexandra Trese goes head-to-head with a criminal underworld."
9. Let's Eat (June 15)
The plot, according to Netflix: "A food-blogging insurance agent encounters a friend from elementary school with a vendetta against him—but soon becomes her sidekick."
10. Hospital Playlist Season 2 (June 17)
The plot, according to Netflix: "It's another season of extraordinary days for the doctors and patients inside a hospital, where birth, death, and everything in between coexist."
11. Nevertheless (June 20)
The plot, according to Netflix: "She doesn't believe in love but still wants a relationship. He thinks relationships are a bother but wants to flirt. Can they both get what they want?"
12. So Not Worth It (Coming soon)
The plot, according to Netflix: "After coming to Korea for different purposes, students from all over the world live and learn together as residents of an international dormitory."
13. Ali & Ratu Ratu Queens (Coming soon)
The plot, according to Netflix: "After his father's passing, a teenager sets out for New York in search of his estranged mother and soon finds love and connection in unexpected places."