DramaFever Weekly Top 10 for February 23 to March 1, 2015
Are you ready? There's a shocking surprise this week for the new Top 10 Most Watched Dramas! Guess who's the new #1? Did all the unusual cliffhangers last week affect the ratings? Check out the new Weekly Top 10 and see if your favorite shows are still on the list.
Last week, Blood leaped into #6 during its opening week. This week, it has even wrested the crown away from Healer. I mean, I like Blood, but I luuuv Healer. This is shocking news! Healer fans, what're you going to do?
To Blood's credit, it isn't just a simple vampire story. It's got romance, action, and intrigue. It's got cool young doctors and Ji Jin Hee as a handsome villain. And, it's also got a cute robot named Luuvy and an even cuter and hotter techie genius who is a friend of Dr. Young Vampire. Read the hilarious recaps from our Drama Club fangirls HERE.
There's an unexpected new crisis in Hyde, Jekyll, and I: As Seo Jin becomes more self-confident and determined to become a whole person again, Robin is feeling the scare of losing his own identity. So who does Ha Na choose? It's actually a tough decision even though these two inhabit the same awesome heavenly body called Hyun Bin. And, let's not forget another handsome villain, Sung Joon, who has been manipulating everyone from behind the scenes. But the real surprise is that there is a third and dangerous persona.
Kill Me, Heal Me, in the meantime, had Se Ki deliver a soaring and comedic impersonation at a South Korean chaebol headquarters, but he then got angry when he realized Ri Jin is in love with Do Hyun. Ji Sung and Hwang Jung Eum's chemistry continues to be out of this world. You can hardly blink while watching this fantastic drama, or you'll miss some significant detail.
Shine or Go Crazy's cliffhanger reminds me of The Moon that Embraces the Sun. Evidently royal couples throughout the eons needed the horoscope to tell them when to sleep together. Fans of The Moon know what happened to Kim Soo Hyun on his night of marital bliss, so what will happen to Jang Hyuk on this scary night when he's supposed to mate with his scheming wife, especially after he's learned who Shin Yool really is? (I can't wait!!!)
Although I was busy staying on top of these developments last week, I also made progress with Mischievous Kiss 2 (a delight to watch anytime) and The Virtuous Queen of Han (which just concluded with a happy ending for those of you who were waiting on the side.)
In other news:
A brand new family drama, Unkind Women, starts this Friday, March 6. Starring Kim Hye Ja and Chae Si Ra, the story is about the lives and loves of three generations of women. Sign up for new episode alerts HERE.
Catch Me Now, starring Damian Lau and Joe Ma, starts Friday, March 6. But you really need to know that its Chinese title is So I Fell in Love with a Thief. Doesn't that reveal more about the fun romance in this Hong Kong action drama?
Here are last week's Weekly Top 10 shows in order of most popular:
1. Blood (exclusive)
2. Running Man
4. Healer (exclusive)
5. Heirs (exclusive)
6. Roommate (exclusive)
10. Maids (exclusive)
Last week's Top 10: DramaFever Weekly Top 10 for February 16 to February 22, 2015
What do you think of this week's list? Which shows are you watching?
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