Roommate has maintained its #2 position on DramaFever's Weekly Top 10 list, which is really the new #1 since Heirs appears to be occupying the top spot forever, or at least until Lee Min Ho comes out with another drama. Let's see what the rest of the Top 10 tells us and whether or not you agree.

I think I know why Roommate is popular. I tend to watch romance dramas but quite a few of them are going through the necessary sad or introspective segment, which understandably is the mountain we climb before we see the happy sunrise. Roommate, however, brings us happiness with its zany situations and hilarious dialogues. And the 11 roommates are so much fun. If you haven't watched it, read the excellent recap and go for it.

I mentioned Roommate because it gave me the excuse to talk about one of my favorite actors...

On episode 5, Se Ho and Nana visited roommate Lee Dong Wook on the set of his on-air drama, Hotel King. However, the best way ever to really appreciate Lee Dong Wook, in my view, is to watch him and his co-star, Kim Sun Ah, in Scent of a Woman. Remember when he rolled up his sleeves and started the sizzling tango with her as if it were a mating dance?

Wild Chives and Soybean Soup is one of those shows that I started watching without much expectation because it's 50 episodes long, and you know that means everything will move very, very slowly. However, I've been charmed by the likable cast, and the story is now going to move faster because it's just been announced that the show is cut to 26 episodes. It's one of those good and bad news circumstances where it's good that it's shorter, but it's bad because the writer will be altering the original plot. Hopefully it's a happy ending, considering my other favorite shows are going through sadness right now.

Another good and bad news circumstance is happening to Aaron Yan in Fall In Love With Me. The good news is that his leading lady loves him, but the bad news is she loves the wrong 'him'. So now he has a difficult decision to make. The emotions that Aaron is going through have really impressed me. Sure, I've liked his songs and other dramas, but my heart is really feeling it for him now.

An even harder to accept good and bad situation is occurring in Doctor Stranger. Frankly, I was really confused by the recent development. I'm hoping, no, I'm praying, that the scriptwriter will have a heart and give Park Hoon and us a happy ending.

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

1. Heirs

2. Roommate

3. Running Man

4. Angel Eyes

5. You Are All Surrounded

6. We Got Married, Global Edition Season 2 and My Love From Another Star (tied)

7. Fall In Love With Me

8. Doctor Stranger

9. Boys Over Flowers

10. Wild Chives and Soybean Soup

Wishing you all another wonderful week of drama watching!

Last week's Top 10: Dramafever Weekly Top 10 for May 26th to June 1st.