DramaFever Weekly Top 10 for March 7, 2016
Rain's spectacular turn in comedy and his fantastic abs have pushed Come Back, Mister into the Top 10. With Cheese in the Trap and Bromance both reaching the finale last week, which one took the lead? Take a look at our newest top 10 most popular shows!
Cheers to Come Back, Mister for leaping to #7. Aside from Rain's comedic turn, beautiful Oh Yeon Seo is equally impressive and hilarious in playing a macho man in a woman's body, reminding us of Ha Ji Won in Secret Garden. Lee Min Jung is also turning out a very emotional performance in her first acting role after giving birth to her first child last year.
Cheese in the Trap has given us a beautifully filmed romantic drama. As the webtoon is still ongoing, it's acceptable to leave it with an open ending, but I wish they added at least one episode to explore more of Yoo Jung (Park Hae Jin) and Seol (Kim Go Eun) meeting again. (Can we ever get enough of Park Hae Jin?) Bae In Ha, however, turned out to be one of the meanest characters ever with her shrill screams and self-centered behavior. I could actually understand why Yoo Jung wanted to retaliate against people who committed wrongs, even though it's a form of vigilantism. I would have left In Ha in the mental hospital for what she did, and ultimately she got a free pass. Fans also got a special episode 17 to review some memorable moments and see the leads talk about their characters.
Bromance ended with a very romantic and unique happy ending. If you quit episode 18 when the credits rolled, you need to continue to see the passionate embrace outside room 1314, which carries a special meaning. There is also an extra special episode 19 with many behind-the-scenes shots, including how Megan Lai and Baron Chen planned the scene inside and outside room 1314. Let's all say a big "Thanks!" to the production team that knows what "fanservice" is all about!
After a fond farewell to Cheese in the Trap and Bromance, I was able to catch up on some other dramas. I binged through 5 hours of Madame Antoine and can't wait for the grand finale this week. I felt like a fly on the wall when viewers knew what Han Ye Seul and Sung Joon were each thinking when they unleashed strategic moves against each other. It was fun! The side romances are also heartwarming.
In other news:
Lee Seo Jin! Lee Seo Jin! What else can I say about my first love of a Joseon crown prince (Yi San)? I'll watch anything he does. And here comes his Marriage Contract with UEE starting Monday, March 7. I'll sign it if she doesn't.
In case you didn't know, historical romance drama Imperial Doctress has started with 10 episodes and will have 5 episodes uploaded every week to keep you satiated. Here's the historical background and 5 reasons to watch.
At #14, the riveting Signal is also heading to a grand finale to hopefully resolve a deep mystery and give us a satisfying conclusion. The fact that I wasn't familiar with most of the actors actually gave it even more of an authentic feel to me. This show has been the first one I look for on my to-watch list every week.
Here are last week's Weekly Top 10 shows in order of popularity:
1. Cheese in the Trap (exclusive)
3. Running Man
6. Heirs (exclusive)
9. Oh My Venus (exclusive)
10. Witch's Romance
Previous Top 10: DramaFever Weekly Top 10 for February 29, 2015
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