We are in the beginning of the third season of K-dramas for the year. Last month in June, we were able to see which networks were doing well and which ones needed to step up their game. So far, the Orion Cinema Network (OCN) has come out on top especially with "Tunnel" and their first romcom which is also DramaFever's third co-production, "My Secret Romance."

As mentioned above, the third season of K-dramas is starting. With that in mind, which ones should fans look forward to this July? The following are a list of K-dramas concluding and debuting in July.

Which K-dramas are concluding?

"Fight My Way" on July 11, 2017 -- Also known as "Fight for My Way," it is a workplace romance starring Park Seo Joon, Kim Ji Won, Ahn Jae Hong, and Song Ha Yoon.

It follows the story about young adults with third-rate specs struggling to survive. The four main cast members play the "Idiot Fantastic Four." Two of them, Ko Dong Man (Seo Joon) and Choi Ae Ra (Ji Won) have a romance form between them.

The Korean Broadcasting System (KBS) will air the finale on Tuesday the 11th of this month at 9:55 p.m. KST. It can be viewed exclusively on Viki.

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"Lookout" on July 11, 2017 -- Also known as "The Guardians," this action thriller stars Lee Si Young, Kim Young Kwang, Kim Tae Hoon, Kim,Seul Gi, and Key of K-pop boy band Shinee. It tells the story of a group of people who team up to serve justice themselves after losing their loved ones to criminals.

They consist of a lawyer, prosecutor, hacker, and extremely shy person. They serve criminals the justice they deserve as the corrupt justice system in South Korea fails to capture the culprits.

The Munhwa Broadcasting Corporation (MBC) will air the finale on Tuesday the 11th of this month at 9:55 p.m.

KST. It can be viewed on both DramaFever and OnDemandKorea (ODK).

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"Ruler: Master of the Mask" on July 13, 2017 -- Also known as "The Emperor: Owner of the Mask," this is a historical political/romance melodrama starring Yoo Seung Ho, Kim So Hyun, Kim Myung Soo, Yoon So Hee, Heo Joon Ho, and Park Chul Min.

Set in 18th century Joseon, it tells the story of Crown Prince Lee Sun (Seung Ho) and his fight against a powerful and wealthy organization Pyunsoo Hwe. It controls the country behind-the-scenes through a monopoly of the nation's water. With help from the woman he loves Ga Eun (So Hyun), Lee Sun overcomes adverisity and grows as a just ruler.

MBC will air the finale on Thursday the 13th of this month at 9:55 p.m. KST. It can be viewed exclusively on DramaFever.

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"Suspicious Partner" on July 13, 2017 -- Also known as "Love In Trouble," it is a legal/crime romcom starring Ji Chang Wook, Nam Ji Hyun, Choi Tae Joon, and Nara of K-pop girl group Hello Venus. It is about Noh Ji Wook (Chang Wook), a prosecutor and Eun Bong Hee (Ji Hyun), a prosecutor trainee and how they work together on a mysterious case involving a sly psychopath murderer.

The Seoul Broadcasting System (SBS) will air the finale on Thursday the 13th of this month at 9:55 p.m. KST. It can be viewed on DramaFever, Viki, and ODK.

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"My Sassy Girl" on July 18, 2017 -- This K-drama is a historical romcom starring Joo Won, Oh Yeon Seo, Lee Jung Shin, and Kim Yoon Hye. It is a love story of a cold city scholar Gyeon Woo (Joo Won) who is known as "Joseon's national treasure" and the sassy princess Hye Myung (Yeon Seo) in a Joseon Dynasty era.

SBS will air the finale on Tuesday the 18th of the month at 9:55 p.m. KST. It can be viewed exclusively on DramaFever.

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"The Best Hit" on July 22, 2017 -- Also known as "Hit the Top" or "Best Punch," it is a slice-of-life romcom starring Yoon Shi Yoon, Lee Se Young, Kim Min Jae, and Cha Tae Hyun.

It is a about the tumultous lives of contemporary 20 somethings as they worry and learn how to connect with people, how to love, and how to succeed in the world.

KBS will air the finale on Saturday the 22nd of the month at 11 p.m. KST. It can be viewed exclusively on DramaFever.

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"Duel" on July 23, 2017 -- This K-drama is a sci-fi suspense crime thriller starring Jung Jae Young, Kim Jung Eun, Yang Se Jong, and Seo Eun Soo. It is the story about jang Deuk Cheon (Jae Young), a hardened detective whose daughter is kidnapped. He starts to chase down the suspect using the one clue he has: two men with the same face at the crime scene.

OCN will air the finale on Sunday the 23rd of the month at 10 p.m.

KST. It can be viewed on both DramaFever and ODK.

What K-dramas are debuting?

"Bride of the Water God" on July 3, 2017 -- Also known as "The Bride of Habaek," it is a fantasy romcom starring Shin Se Kyung, Nam Joo Hyuk, Lim Ju Hwan, Krystal of K-pop girl group f(x), and Gong Myung. It is a K-drama adaption of the sunjung manhwa by Yun Mi Kyung released back in 2006 in which a female doctor named So Ah (Se Kyung) gets offered as a sacrifice to the water god Ha Baek (Joo Hyuk) and becomes his slave.

The Total Variety Network (tvN) will debut the K-drama on Monday the 3rd of this month at 11 p.m. KST. Subsequent episodes will air on Mondays and Tuesdays at the same time for 16 episodes. It can be watched exclusively on DramaFever.

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"School 2017" on July 17, 2017 -- This K-drama is a coming-of-age teen romance starring Sejeong of K-pop girl group Gugudan, Kim Jung Hyun, Jang Dong Yoon, and Seol In Ah. It is a story about the lives of 18-year-old high school students who are valued according to their ranking in school. Despite frustrations, they find how to make their own way in this world that seems to be a stagnant cycle of school and home.

KBS will debut the K-drama on Monday the 11th of this month at 9:55 p.m. KST. Subsequent episodes will air on Mondays and Tuesdays at the same time for 16 episodes. Right now, it is set to air on DramaFever.

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"The King Loves" on July 17, 2017 -- Also known as "The King in Love," it is a historical romantic melodrama starring Siwan of K-pop boy band ZE:A, Yoona of K-pop girl group Girls' Generation, Hong Jong Hyun, and Oh Min Suk.

Based off the novel of the same name, it tells the story of a young and ambitious monarch Won (Siwan) with a desire to conquer, and the two people who shape his destiny. The first is his childhood friend Rin (Jong Hyun) and the second is a beautiful woman named San (Yoona).

MBC will debut the K-drama on Monday the 17th of this month at 9:55 p.m. KST. Subsequent episodes will air on Mondays and Tuesdays at the same time for 40 episodes. It can be watched exclusively on Viki.

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"Man Who Dies to Live" on July 19, 2017 -- The K-drama is a family drama starring Choi Min Soo, Kang Ye Won, Shin Sung Rok, and Lee So Yeon. It is about an earnest worker who earns success in the fictional kingdom of Bodantia, and eventually becomes a count.

He later comes back home to South Korea to see his daughter, and their father-daughter relationship undergoes change in which they learn the true meaning of family.

MBC will debut the K-drama on Wednesday the 19th of this month at 9:55 p.m. KST. Subsequent episodes will air on Wednesdays and Thursdays at the same time for 48 episodes. There is no information on what VOD streaming sites will have it at this moment.

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"Reunited Worlds" on July 19, 2017 -- The K-drama is a fantasy romance starring Yeo Jin Goo, Lee Yeon Hee, and Ahn Jae Hyun. Not much is known about the synopsis of the K-drama right now. We do know it is a story about two childhood friends born in the same year but aged at a different pace.

SBS will debut the K-drama on Wednesday the 19th of this month at 10 p.m. KST. Subsequent episodes will air on Wednesdays and Thursdays at the same time for 40 episodes. There is no information on what VOD streaming site will have it at the moment.

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"Falsify" on July 24, 2017 -- The K-drama is a legal/political thriller starring Namkoong Min, Uhm Ji Won, Yoo Jun Sang, Jeon Hye Bin, and Moon Sung Keun. Not much is known about the synopsis of the K-drama right now. We do know it is a story about reporters who struggle to get to the bottom of the truth of social corruption.

SBS will debut the K-drama on Monday the 24th of this month at 10 p.m. KST. Subsequent episodes will air on Mondays and Tuesdays at the same time for 32 episodes.

There is no information on what VOD streaming sites will have it at this moment.

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"Strongest Deliveryman" on July 28, 2017 -- The K-drama is a slice-of-life romance starring Go Kyung Pyo and Chae Soo Bin. Not much is known about the synopsis of the K-drama right now. We do know it is a story about Choi Kang Soo (Kyung Pyo), a veteran deliveryman who puts his life on the line in whatever he does, who eventually becomes the CEO of a delivery app company. It is the start of achieving money as well as love from Lee Dan Ah (Soo Bin), a delivery woman who is single-minded about making money and escaping from "Hell Joseon" that she turns down all advances from men.

KBS will debut the K-drama on Friday the 28th of this month at 11 p.m. KST. Subsequent episodes will air on Fridays and Saturdays at the same time for 16 episodes. There is no information on what VOD streaming sites will have it at this moment.

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