DramaFever Weekly Top 10 for February 9 to February 15, 2015
Ji Sung and his 7 fascinating personas in Kill Me, Heal Me have moved into our neighborhood. Will it be a battle between him and Hyun Bin? Check out what the new Top 10 Most Watched Dramas are. Also, did Healer keep its crown?
Healer reached a happy ending and continues its reign at the top of our list. To those of you who have been waiting before you marathon: Yes, it is safe to start, and the only risk is that you might not want to stop. The show was compared to Lee Min Ho's City Hunter when it began, but it has its unique twists and turns with a more romantic ending because we see the couple having a definite future together. The only flaw, and I'm being picky here, is that I would have loved to see more of what the team of crime-fighting heroes and heroines will do next. So maybe a spinoff? I certainly miss the Ahjumma! Here are 7 suggestions to heal your Healer withdrawal.
So glad to see both Hyde, Jekyll, and I and Kill Me, Heal Me in the Top 10. If you haven't watched either of the multiple-personality dramas, just pick one. Both are captivating dramas. I am enjoying both of them, and each drama has its distinct vibe despite similar medical conditions. If you are confused about Ji Sung's 7 multiple personas in Kill Me, Heal Me, check out this awesome article that shows you the line-up, and each one even has his or her own emoticon!
I previously watched the first episode of Shine or Go Crazy but decided to set it aside until I finished The King's Face. So over the weekend I binged and caught up on all of the episodes, and I'm crazy for the show. It is a perfect blend of swashbuckling romance and comedy with suspense thrown in while it tells the story of Goryeo prince Wang So's romance with a lost princess from another kingdom. At this point in the drama, the prince (Jang Hyuk) is actually still bewildered by his feelings for his friend and drinking buddy, who is actually the beautiful Oh Yeon Seo dressed as a man. The running joke is that everyone else besides him has figured out who she really is. There is also a serious back-story that is based on Goryeo history, but the drama starts with a warning at the beginning of each episode that the story is fictional. Cool. I want fiction, fantasy, and a happy ending. Hopefully that's not too much to ask from the drama that is based on a popular web novel and directed by the director of Two Weeks and Personal Taste.
In other news:
The highly anticipated Gu Hye Sun and Ahn Jae Hyun vampire drama, Blood, comes out today with the first 2 episodes. Gu Hye Sun has mentioned that Ahn reminds her of Lee Min Ho. That sounds intriguing. I recall that the actors went to somewhere in Europe, perhaps Romania, for location shooting. That sounds positively chilling.
Here are last week's Weekly Top 10 shows in order of most popular:
1. Healer (exclusive)
2. Running Man (tied)
2. Pinocchio (tied)
Last week's Top 10: DramaFever Weekly Top 10 for February 2 to February 8, 2015
What do you think of this week's list? Which shows are you watching?
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