We're nearing the end of the year, which means it's time to reflect back on all the wonderful dramas we watched in 2015. Which dramas captured DramaFever viewers' hearts the most this year? We'll share a list of the most-watched dramas of the year soon, but most-watched doesn't always mean most-liked. To see which dramas your fellow drama viewers enjoyed best in 2015, we've compiled a list of the dramas with the highest average user scores. Take a look!

First, the rules: These rankings are based on the average star ratings for shows that aired on DramaFever in 2015. All of these shows have a minimum of 100 ratings from DramaFever veiwers. The list also includes shows that aired episodes at any time in 2015, so shows like Pinocchio and Healer that started in 2014 and ended in 2015 still made the cut. Here's the list:

10. She Was Pretty

Number of reviews: 3265

Synopsis:

Starring Park Seo Joon and Hwang Jung Eum

Following the collapse of her family’s publishing business, Kim Hye Jin (Jung Da Bin) lost everything, including her beauty, while her old acquaintance Ji Sung Joon (Yang Han Yeol) transformed from an unattractive geek into a handsome fashion editor. When the former rich girl (Hwang Jung Eum) and late bloomer (Park Seo Joon) are reunited at a fashion powerhouse, their reversed fortunes quickly become more drama than the publication can handle.

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9. Pinocchio

Number of reviews: 5648

Synopsis:

Starring Park Shin Hye and Lee Jong Suk

Amidst a sea of young news reporters competing for the next scoop, Choi In Ha (Park Shin Hye) finds herself in a tricky position, as she cannot tell a lie without a dead giveaway: breaking into a violent hiccup. Meanwhile, first-year reporter Choi Dal Po (Lee Jong Suk) proves his remarkable memory and communication skills by downplaying his good looks with a dumpy veneer of bad hair and clothing. But in a world where hard facts rule, how far can you get by lying?

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8. EXO Next Door

Number of reviews: 4551

Synopsis:

Starring Moon Ga Young and Park Chan Yeol

Ji Yeon Hee (Moon Ga Young) is an offbeat girl living an unremarkable life, but when the K-pop group EXO — (played by EXO members Park Chan Yeol, Do Kyung Soo, Byun Baek Hyun, and Oh Se Hun) — moves in next door, her life suddenly becomes the ultimate "boy next door" fantasy. And to top it off, both Chan Yeol and Kyung Soo develop feelings for their unwitting neighbor. Can Yeon Hee handle a love triangle with two of the hottest boys in the block (and in the world)?

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7. School 2015

Number of Reviews: 7478

Synopsis:

Starring Kim So Hyun and Nam Joo Hyuk

Lee Eun Bi (Kim So Hyun), a student at Gangnam's top high school, suddenly and mysteriously wakes up with total amnesia. However, when she discovers she was once cruelly bullied, Eun Bi becomes determined to right the wrongs of her past by transforming herself into a popular and glamorous girl. But along the way, she begins to recover fragments of her memories that slowly reveal the insidious truths of Segang High School

Han Yi Ahn (Nam Joo Hyuk) is a student at the same school as Lee Eun Bi. In addition, he is also a skilled swimmer and adored by many of the school’s female students. He is portrayed as “cold” on the outside, but is actually a warm and romantic person. His relationship with Lee Eun Bi will be central to the story, as well as her history.

School 2015 is the newest entrant into the KBS School series, which tries to depict the struggles and dreams of Korea’s teenagers. The previous show, School 2013, is well known for introducing audiences to Lee Jong Suk and Kim Woo Bin, two international drama superstars.

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6. Kill Me, Heal Me

Number of reviews: 2507

Synopsis:

Starring Ji Sung and Hwang Jung Eum

Cha Do Hyun (Ji Sung) is a rich heir to a family company with one major problem. Due to suppressed childhood trauma, he suffers from dissociative identity disorder manifested in 7 unique personalities who are out of his control. In order to overcome this disorder in secret, he hires a first year medical resident (Hwang Jung Eum) to help him heal by killing off each personality one by one.

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5. Answer Me 1988

Number of reviews: 1131

Synopsis:

Starring Lee Hye Ri (Hyeri) and Ryu Joon Yul

Centered around the excitement of the 1988 Seoul Olympics, a group of teenagers witness South Korea come of age as it is catapulted into the international spotlight. Set to a soundtrack of pop hits that define the time—including Cho Young Pil and Lee Moon Se—this hopeful group of teenagers quickly discover a whole new world outside of their humble neighborhood alleyway.

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4. Healer

Number of reviews: 5087

Synopsis: 

Kim Moon Ho (Yoo Ji Tae) is a successful reporter at a mainstream news station, but when he pursues a 10-year-old mystery, he's forced to dive into an underground news agency. On his journey to break open the case, Moon Ho teams up with Chae Young Shin (Park Min Young), a second rate tabloid writer, and Healer (Ji Chang Wook), a mysterious "night courier" who goes undercover to investigate on his own.

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3. Cheer Up!

Number of reviews: 3073

Synopsis:

Starring Jung Eun Ji and Lee Won Geun

Set against the backdrop of an incredibly competitive high school, a group of students find solace in cheerleading club. Along with the social and romantic trials of adolescence, this unlikely group of cheerleaders smile in the face of unreasonable academic expectations.

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2. Oh My Ghostess

Number of reviews: 7690

Synopsis: 

Starring Park Bo Young and Jo Jung Suk

Na Bong Sun (Park Bo Young) may be a skilled chef, but she lacks the self-esteem to shine professionally and socially. Beyond her cooking talents, however, is an uncanny ability to communicate with ghosts. One day, her mystic senses go out of control when the seductive ghost of Shin Soon Ae (Kim Seul Gi) possesses her. Imbued with a fiery new "personality," Bong Sun starts turning heads, including that of Kang Sun Woo (Jo Jung Suk), the hottest chef in town and Bong Sun's secret crush!

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1. Oh My Venus

Number of Reviews: 6408

Synopsis:

Starring So Ji Sub and Shin Min Ah

In an effort to support her family, Kang Joo Eun (Shin Min Ah) has become a workaholic lawyer without any regard for her personal well being. Overweight, unattractive and depressed at the prime of her life, Joo Eun comes across Kim Young Ho (So Ji Sub), a renowned personal trainer who considers health a deeply personal calling. Can Young Ho and his stubborn perfectionism whip Joo Eun’s body—and heart—back into shape?

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Here are the top  movies that premiered on DramaFever in 2015, though they may have premiered in Korea several years ago:

5. Ocean Heaven

4. A Werewolf Boy

3. Miss Granny

2. As One

1. Silenced (As of this moment, this devastating and powerful film is DramaFever's best-reviewed movie of all time, but it only premiered last weekend, so the rankings may settle into a different order.)


I'd like to give a special shoutout to one of the most underrated shows of the year, Late Night Restaurant, which ranked just outside of the top 10 at #13 with just over 500 reviews. If you're wondering how non-Korean shows fared, the top contenders were Divorce Lawyers (China) and Wu Xin: The Monster Killer (China), coming in at 18 and 19, respectively.

Are you surprised by the rankings? Did your favorites make the cut? These are the rankings as of publication today, but if you don't like it, you can always leave your own reviews to make your voice heard! The rating spread between the top 10 was actually very tight, as all of them had average ratings over 4.5 stars out of 5. Share your favorite dramas of 2015 in the comments!