There is a return of a long-term favorite to the Top 10. Guess which one! And fans of a uniquely hilarious romantic comedy will be happy to see it move into the Top 10. One of my favorite shows is not on the list, but I'm going to talk about it anyway because it stars hot Seo In Guk, who I think is becoming serious competition to stars like Lee Min Ho and Kim Soo Hyun. The photo here is when a guy explains his love test result from Birth of the Beauty.

The Boys are back!  In case you are new to K-dramas, Boys Over Flowers is a must-watch drama, regardless of whether you'll end up madly in love with it or not. It explains the spectacular fame for Lee Min Ho and the resurgence of Hallyu (Korean wave) dramas and stars.

On the other hand, if Lee Min Ho and Kim Soo Hyun don't hurry back to make new dramas for us K-drama fans and addicts, my heart is going to be occupied by a new group of hot guys. Yes, Lee Jong SukJoo WonSeo In Guk, and even Joo Sang Wook with the goofy smile from Birth of the Beauty are winning my heart's flutters at the moment. 

I told myself that I didn't have time to start another drama. I'm already watching three fantastic shows, but I couldn't resist taking a peek at the hot Seo In Guk in The King's Face. I'm insanely hooked! It's been full of swashbuckling action scenes, particularly with Seo In Guk wearing pretty costumes. (No wonder Seo has been injured twice.) It's also using quick flashbacks instead of the prolonged child segment that usually occurs at the beginning of a historical. Of course there is also romance, palace intrigue, and the mystery with face reading to foretell the fortune of a nation represented by the King's own face. Oh, did I mention Shin Sung Rok in long hair and the soaring music, including a beautiful piano score? Okay, I hope you'll at least watch an episode or two to help move it into the Top 10 for next week. 

In other news:" target="_blank">Mischievous Kiss in Tokyo 2 just premiered on Monday, December 1. It is an all-new episode, and I can't wait to see Furukawa Yuki and the lovable Miki Honoka again.  Have you ever seen their fun interview together? 

A Hong Kong romantic comedy from 2010, Can't Buy Me Love, will air on DramaFever on December 3.

This week's movie, Two Faces Of My Girlfriend, is about a man who is in love with a woman with split personality. It's a romantic comedy! If you are a Premium member, you get to watch it as early as Wednesday.

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

1. Pinocchio

2. Running Man (tied)

2. Birth of a Beauty (tied)

3. Roommate

4. Heirs (tied)

4. Tomorrow's Cantabile (tied)

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5. High School Love On

6. The Greatest Marriage (tied)

6. My Lovable Girl (tied)

7. Mr. Baek

8. Modern Farmer

9. Boys Over Flowers

10. Love Cells

Last week's Top 10: DramaFever Weekly Top 10 for November 17 to November 23, 2014

What do you think of this week's list? Which shows are you watching? Comment below.

Hope you all enjoyed a great Thanksgiving! Did you binge on any dramas aside from edible goodies?