DramaFever Weekly Top 10 for July 27, 2015
When people discover Oh My Ghostess, they are easily possessed by the addicting drama that combines paranormal activity and romance in the kitchen. It sure doesn't hurt to have at least 7 reasons to love this drama, among which is the cute Park Bo Young, who not only gets to play a girl taken over by a lusty spirit but also gets to kiss handsome Jo Jung Suk from King 2 Hearts. (Check their First Kiss and follow recaps HERE.)
Yes, there is blood in the vampire drama, Scholar Who Walks the Night, but I'm also impressed with how it manages to include hilarious (and even sensual) interactions between Lee Joon Ki and Lee Yoo Bi among the dangerous intrigue in a time when vampires seemed to roam the streets of the Joseon kingdom. I'm making room to watch how Lee Joon Ki will vanquish the evil Gwi while I admire how gorgeous he looks with eyeliner and those red lips. No wonder Lee Yoo Bi's cross-dressing bookseller exclaimed to him about how handsome he is.
One of the most thrilling and awesome shows, Mask, will reach its ending this week. Will it be a happy ending? But first, our hero Joo Ji Hoon needs to find a way to save the heroine Soo Ae from a blazing fire. I can't wait!
For those of you who've been waiting, Orange Marmalade finishes with a sweet, happy ending. Time to binge!
Will Murphy's Law of Love end with a happy ending in episode 19? You really have to watch it to enjoy another surprise kiss from Danson Tang and Li Jia Ying. They've had so many great kisses in this drama, including their breathless 2-minute-long kiss. It's time to go shopping in the mall, especially one with a long escalator.
In other news:
It's almost unbelievable how many new shows recently started and will start on DramaFever.
New thrilling drama Last starts on Monday, July 27. I've always recalled with fondness Yoon Kye Sang as the gentle Eastern medicine doctor in the Greatest Love. It's going to be really cool to see him in a very different character in the action noir facing off against the crime lord played by a veteran actor, the great Lee Bum Soo.
Assembly is a new political drama about a humble shipyard welder (Jung Jae Young) who is unexpectedly elected as a member of the National Assembly. The drama also stars Song Yoon Ah (Hotelier) and 2PM's Taecyeon (Who Are You). Check it out starting Wednesday, July 29.
Award-winning Heart of Greed will start on Friday, July 31. It is a famous Hong Kong drama about power struggles within a wealthy family. The compelling story with a strong ensemble cast made the series one of the all-time most popular dramas. In the center of the storm is the love between the characters played by Moses Chan and Linda Chun.
DramaFever is adding to its collection of British period dramas with another Jane Austen classic, Sense and Sensibility, starring Hattie Morahan and Charity Wakefield. Another addition is Lark Rise to Candleford, based on novelist and poet Flora Jane Thompson's semi-autobiographical novel about the English countryside at the turn of 20th century.
Here are last week's Weekly Top 10 shows in order of most popular:
1. Oh My Ghostess (exclusive)
2. Running Man
3. Heirs (exclusive)
5. The Time That I Loved You, 7000 Days (aka The Time I Loved You)
8. School 2015
Last week's Top 10: DramaFever Weekly Top 10 for July 20, 2015
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