Happy Leap Day! Today is February 29 — which drama are you watching to celebrate this special day? Cheese in the Trap and Bromance are competing for the lead right now. Which one takes the crown? What about Come Back, Mister, the new romcom from Rain? Here is our new Top 10 list of most popular shows.

Congratulations to Cheese in the Trap for keeping its #1 spot. I can't wait to see the final 2 episodes. Regardless of whether you are in Team Yoo Jung (Park Hae Jin) or Team Baek In Ho (Seo Kang Joon), apparently actress Kim Go Eun, who plays Seol, has someone else in mind for her real-life ideal type.

T-drama romcom Bromance is also concluding with a surprise ending this week, with Ya Nuo (Megan Lai) finally reaching her 26th birthday and revealing her true identity. In the meantime, check out these stunning facts about Baron Chen and other lead actors in Bromance

Come Back, Mister, the new romcom starring RainRain's abs, and Oh Yeon Seo, is hovering just outside the Top 10. The first episodes reminded me, once again, how K-dramas are so good at fusing a serious situation (such as death) with hilarious comedy. We get to laugh with tears. I'm also surprised by how many strong supporting actors are in the cast, such as Choi Won Young from Kill Me, Heal Me. The intricate relationships pose a mystery so far, and there is a lot more substance than a simple romance. This drama has surprised my expectation, and it's a keeper. (By the way, the famous abs start near the end of ep. 1, and you'll see much more in ep 2.) You can also catch up on the recaps here.

Signal continues to deliver a riveting story, and the plot is finally making a full circle to hopefully explain the mystery that started the beginning of the intrigue. I am at heart a sci-fi fan and have always been intrigued by stories that have a time-travel element. In this case, the past and the present are linked and affected by each other. Stay tuned.

In other news:

Bromance is expected to conclude this week with a happy ending! (Dear viewers, please don't post the ending in consideration of others who haven't caught up with the drama.)

Chinese historical drama, Imperial Doctress, starts on Friday, March 4, starring Cecilia Liu, who is romanced by leading men Wallace Huo and Huang Xuan. Check out the colorful and impressive costumes in these initial posters.

Time flies! Did you know the 50-episode Six Flying Dragons has already aired 42 episodes? It's time to catch up on viewing the fantastic historical drama and/or read up on the recaps.

Here are last week's Weekly Top 10 shows in order of popularity:

1. Cheese in the Trap (exclusive)


Cheese in the Trap

Starring Kim Go Eun and Park Hae Jin

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2. Running Man

3. Bromance

4. Moorim School


Moorim School

Starring Lee Hyun Woo and Shin Hyun Joon

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5. Madame Antoine


Madame Antoine

Starring Han Ye Seul and Sung Joon

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6. Heirs (exclusive)



Starring Lee Min Ho (Heirs) and Park Shin Hye

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7. High End Crush


High End Crush

Starring Jung Il Woo and Jin Se Yun

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8. Witch's Romance


Witch's Romance

Starring Uhm Jung Hwa and Park Seo Joon

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9. Oh My Venus (exclusive)

10. Remember


Remember (SBS)

Starring Yoo Seung Ho and Park Min Young

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Previous Top 10: DramaFever Weekly Top 10 for February 22, 2015

I'm watching Cheese in the Trap, Six Flying Dragons, Bromance, Madame Antoine, Signal, Neighborhood Hero, and Come Back, Mister.

I'd love to hear from you! Please share your thoughts in the comments!

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