SBS’s Racket Boys will be part of Netflix’s Korean sequence lineup when it premieres this coming May 31.
This was introduced by the drama’s manufacturing firm Pan Entertainment on May 20, confirming that it has signed a contract with Netflix for the drama to stream on the worldwide platform.
Pan Entertainment is the corporate behind many broadly cherished dramas similar to Winter Sonata (2002), The Moon Embracing the Sun (2012), When the Camellia Blooms (2019), and Record of Youth (2020).
Racket Boys is a youth and sports activities drama a few group of younger badminton rookies and their journey within the aggressive sports activities business. Kim Sang-kyung (Miss Lee) and Oh Na-ra (Chip In) tackle the roles of staff coaches, whereas teen stars Tang Jun-sang (Move to Heaven), Son Sang-yeon (Failing in Love), Choi Hyun-wook (Taxi Driver), Kim Kang-hoon (Mouse), Lee Jae-in (Undercover), and Lee Ji-won (The Uncanny Counter) play badminton athletes.
Racket Boys is spearheaded by Prison Playbook (2017–2018) screenwriter Jung Bo-hoon and director Jo Young-kwang of Heart Surgeons (2018).
Watch the drama’s official Netflix trailer under.