When I first became a new K-drama fan I wanted to know just one thing: what new Korean drama should I watch next? What are the popular Asian dramas and variety shows that create new addicts and have old fans returning to watch them again and again because they are just that good? Well, I took a look at the top 20 most-viewed shows on DramaFever of all time, and the list was full of surprises! Take a look and see if your favorite dramas made the cut!

1. Heirs

Starring Lee Min Ho (Heirs) and Park Shin Hye

A worthy successor to the international hit Boys Over Flowers , Heirs follows a group of privileged, elite high school students as they are groomed to take over their families' business empires. These wealthy students seem to have everything under control–except their love lives. Kim Tan (Lee Min Ho) is heir to the Empire Group sent to study abroad in the U.S. In reality it's a form of exile, as his elder half-brother back home (Choi Jin Hyuk) schemes to take over the family business. While in the States, Kim Tan bumps into Cha Eun Sang (Park Shin Hye), who's arrived from Korea in search of her older sister. He feels himself falling for her, never realizing that she's the daughter of his family's housekeeper. When his fiancée Rachel Yoo (Kim Ji Won) arrives to bring him back to Korea, his heart is torn between love and duty. Meanwhile, Rachel's half-brother Choi Young Do (Kim Woo Bin) develops his own crush on Eun Sang. Who said being a rich, beautiful high school student was easy?


2. Running Man

Starring Yoo Jae Suk and Song Ji Hyo

Need an introduction to Running Man? Check out this blog post!

Korea's hit variety show comes to DramaFever! Prepare for zany quests, hilarious antics, and insane betrayals. See your favorite stars battle it out and and show their true colors as they fight their way to the finish line. Every week, Running Man tests the strength, endurance, and cunning of Korea’s top entertainers through various missions and races.


3. My Love From Another Star

Starring Kim Soo Hyun and Jeon Ji Hyun

Do Min Joon (Kim Soo Hyun) is an otherworldly beauty, literally. After crash landing on Earth 400 years ago, Min Joon has diligently observed humans for centuries, ultimately coming to cynical conclusions. On top of being a super babe, Min Joon's got enhanced vision, hearing and agility — all the more reason to believe he's superior to everyone on Earth. That is, until he pursues the beautiful actress Cheon Song Yi (Gianna Jun) for a romance out of this world.


4. Roommate

Eleven celebrities live together in close quarters as they share the cooking, cleaning and everyday chores around the house. Will they become close friends? Develop deeper relationships? Or find themselves fighting each other and making enemies? The celebrities include Park Chan Yeol (EXO), Hong Soo Hyun, Jo Se Ho, Lee Dong Wook, Lee So Ra, Nana (After School), Park Bom (2NE1), Park Min Woo, Seo Kang Joon (5urprise), Shin Sung Woo, and Song Ga Yeon.


5. Boys Over Flowers

Starring Gu Hye Sun and Lee Min Ho (Heirs)

At the prestigious Shin Hwa High School in Seoul, four boys comprise the group known as the Flower Four. The crème de la crème of the most powerful families from Korea, these spoiled, rebellious, flirtatious and cruel boys rule the school. Enter Jan Di, a girl of humble upbringing who is accepted into Shin Hwa on a swimming scholarship after accidentally saving the life of a Shin Hwa student. Not one for following the rules blindly, Jan Di faces immediate scrutiny from the entire school and in particular the boys of the Flower Four and their leader, Goo Jun Pyo, who dislikes her instantly. Through her charm and undying optimism, she slowly begins to capture the hearts of those around her, even the icy boys of the F4.


6. Pinocchio

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?


7. Emergency Couple

Starring Choi Jin Hyuk and Song Ji Hyo

Choi Jin Hyuk and Song Ji Hyo star in this playful and sexy drama about a medical school student, Chang Min, and a dietitian, Jin Hee, who fall in love and marry despite his family's strong opposition. When Chang Min marries Jin Hee, he gives up his medical internship to become a pharmaceutical salesman despite the fact that the rest of his family are successful doctors. Their married life is miserable as Chang Min's family looks down on Jin Hee and Chang Min begins to treat her poorly. They finally divorce and go their separate ways until they are suddenly reunited as interns working at the same hospital. Will this couple's tumultuous feelings for each other be rekindled?


8. High School- Love On and Oh My Ghostess (Tied)

High School- Love On

Starring Kim Sae Ron and Nam Woo Hyun

High school may be tough, but Woo Hyun (Nam Woo Hyun) has a guardian angel looking over him — literally. Disguised as a naive high schooler, Lee Seul Bi (Kim Sae Ron) descends from the heavens to protect Woo Hyun's life, but discovers she's got a thing or two to learn about life as a teenager, including the pains of falling in love. Can this cherubic guardian protect the apple of her eye and also manage to survive high school?


Oh My Ghostess

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!


9. Birth of a Beauty

Starring Joo Sang Wook and Han Ye Seul

As the heir to a large company, Han Tae Hee (Joo Sang Wook) has everything he could possibly want — except for his long lost love. But instead of nursing his heartache like a sensible person, Tae Hee enlists Sa Geum Ran (Han Ye Seul), whom he transforms from an overweight ugly duckling to a gorgeous bombshell named Sara. In the process of falling in love with his "creation" he discovers that even though it appears that money can buy just about everything, it can't buy love or heal emotional scars.


10. You’re the Best, Lee Soon Shin

Starring Lee Ji Eun (IU) and Jo Jung Suk

Lee Soon Shin (IU) has difficulty living up to the legacy of her name. Despite being named after a powerful general, she's been coddled as the youngest sibling, and is the least successful in her family. When her father passes away suddenly, and the family falls into debt, Soon Shin finds herself desperate to help ease her family's burdens. Her sunny and spirited attitude attracts Shin Joon Ho (Jo Jung Suk), a talent agent banking on a comely return-on-investment. However, both of them get more than they expected when their partnership turns both of their lives around for the better.


11. Personal Taste

Starring Son Ye Jin and Lee Min Ho (Heirs)

Personal Taste, a thoroughly endearing comedy starring two of Korea's brightest stars, tells a story of confused love and sexuality. After being dumped by her long-time boyfriend, Park Kae In, a furniture designer and daughter of a famous architect, is convinced she will never love again. Enter Jeon Jin Ho, a straight-laced (and straight) architect who needs to scout out her house for his latest business deal. After Kae In assumes Jin Ho is gay during an early encounter, Jin Ho capitalizes on the opportunity to pretend to be gay in order to move in with her. Once there, he gradually embarks on a mission to make over the tomboy, but in the mayhem of makeover and hiding his true orientation, he begins to fall for her. What will happen when, despite strange boundaries, these two fall for each other? Lee Min Ho (Boys Over Flowers) finally returns alongside drama staple Son Ye Jin (Summer Scent) in this quirky series.


 12. Bride of the Century and School 2015 (Tied)

Bride of the Century

Starring Lee Hong Ki and Yang Jin Sung

In this fairytale-like melodrama, Choi Kang Ju (Lee Hong Ki) is the cold heir of one of Korea’s most powerful conglomerates, Taeyang Corporation. He is engaged to an eligible young lady named Jang Yi Kyung (Yang Jin Sung), but there’s just one problem: the first bride of the family’s first son is always cursed to die. The curse began 100 years ago when the bride of the family’s first son had a tragic death. Suddenly, before the wedding, Yi Kyung disappears and the company conspires to replace her with a look-alike, Na Doo Rim (also played by Yang Jin Sung), a country girl from a small southern island who has a scheme of her own.


School 2015

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


13. Blood

Starring Ahn Jae Hyun and Gu Hye Sun

Park Ji Sang (Ahn Jae Hyun) is no mere surgeon at the nation's top oncological center: in fact, he's a vampire. Under the watchful eye of hospital director Lee Jae Yook (Ji Jin Hee), Ji Sang manages to stave off his bloodlust, especially when his patients are at their most vulnerable. But when the beautiful surgeon Yoo Ri Ta (Gu Hye Sun) joins the team, Ji Sang discovers a slow-burning desire that could put his whole world at stake. Could there be more than hunger coursing through his veins — perhaps, love?


14. Healer

Starring Ji Chang Wook and Park Min Young

Kim Moon Ho (Yoo Ji Tae) is a successful reporter at a mainstream news station, but when he stumbles upon a 10-year-old mystery, he's forced to dive into a subversive 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 internet-based journalist. With his career and his safety on the line, who can Moon Ho trust in a world full of unreliable sources?


15. The Master's Sun

Starring So Ji Sub and Gong Hyo Jin

The Hong Sisters, famed romantic-comedy screenwriters, flirt with horror in this unique take on opposites. Joo Joong Won (So Ji Sub) is a rapacious CEO who is only concerned about money. His secretary, Tae Gong Sil (Gong Hyo Jin), is a dark and reticent insomniac who is burdened with the ability to see ghosts. Joong Won and Gong Sil are an unlikely duo in every regard, but they share one thing in common: they are both intensely crippled personalities that need a lot of help. Can the money hungry Joong Won recognize priorities beyond the dollar sign, and can the lonely Gong Sil ever live a life without fear? Together, strange as it may be, it’s possible in this unique dance between yin and yang.

16. City Hunter and My Lovable Girl (Tied)

City Hunter

Starring Lee Min Ho (Heirs) and Park Min Young

This intense, beautifully shot romantic thriller loosely based on a manga of the same name by Tsukasa Hojo, is a revenge drama done right. In 1983, 21 South Korean military operatives are sent into North Korea on a secret mission. After completing their mission, they are executed by their own side in a government cover-up. The sole survivor, Lee Jin Pyo, watches as his closest friend dies beside him. Taking his friend's son under his wing, Jin Pyo raises him as his own and trains him with one goal: to take revenge on the men responsible for this massacre. Some twenty years later, a brilliant young man joins the international communications team of the Blue House (Korea's White House). Lee Yoon Sung has but one mission in mind: to find and bring down the five men responsible for the murder of his father. To do so, he must hide his identity and fighting skills to infiltrate the government. During his quest for revenge, however, he also enacts justice, and is given the nickname City Hunter by the populace, who knows only of a shadowy figure exposing corruption in their city. Torn between his surrogate father's drive for vengeance and the innocent girl he loves, Yoon Sung must fight to survive, and choose the path he will take.


My Lovable Girl

Starring Rain (Bi) and Krystal Jung

Lee Hyun Wook (Rain) is a brilliant music producer, but due to a traumatic accident that took the life of his girlfriend, his heart has never been able to recover. Since then, each day has been a struggle to keep up appearances as the CEO of a top talent agency, until Yoon Se Na (Krystal Jung)—his beloved girlfriend’s little sister—moves to Seoul with hopes of making it big as a songwriter. As music soothes their shared wounds, both Hyun Wook and Se Na also discover the inspiration to fall in love with one another. Also starring Cha Ye Ryun, Krystal from Heirs, and Infinite's L and Hoya!


17. Prince of Lan Ling and Flower Boy Next Door (Tied)

Prince of Lan Ling

Starring Feng Shao Feng and Ariel Lin

Gao Chang Gong, better known as Prince Lan Ling, is a celebrated hero of ancient China—one recorded to have met an untimely fate in his prime. In this vibrant adaptation, Yang Xue Wu (Ariel Lin), the only remaining priestess of her clan, foresees a tragic fate for the chivalrous Lan Ling Wang (Feng Shao Feng), but nonetheless falls for him as the two become embroiled in a war against the Northern Zhou faction, led by Emperor Yuwen Yong (Daniel Chan). As Xue Wu grows closer to Prince Lan Ling, she unwittingly fulfills a foretold prophecy that victory goes to he who possesses the priestess’ blessing. But victory has its price in the spoils of love and war, and it’s Lan Ling’s head. Can Xue Wu protect her one true leader—and her one true love?


Flower Boy Next Door

Starring Park Shin Hye and Yoon Si Yoon

Go Dok Mi (Park Shin Hye) doesn’t spend all day dreaming about her knight in shining armor — she’s too busy spying on her neighbors who all happen to be hot, "flower-boy" types, including cartoon artist Oh Jin Rak (Kim Ji Hoon). But when Enrique Geum (Yoon Si Yoon), the new pretty boy next door, catches her, Dok Mi is finally forced to face the consequences - without the safety of binoculars and curtains. Will he be able to convince this “urban Rapunzel” to let her hair down? Whether you’re a lover or a fighter, this sensitive man will captivate your sensibilities.


18. Angel Eyes

Starring Lee Sang Yoon and Gu Hye Sun

As a teenager, young Park Dong Joo (Lee Sang Yoon) fell in love with a beautiful blind girl named Yoon Soo Wan (Gu Hye Sun), but due to tragic family circumstances the two were torn apart. Yoon Soo Wan eventually received her sight through an eye transplant surgery, vowing to live a passionate life of service by becoming an emergency worker. In the meantime, Park Dong Joo became a successful surgeon. When their paths cross twelve years later, will they recognize their first love and have a second chance at happiness?


19. Heartstrings

Starring Jung Yong Hwa and Park Shin Hye

Real-life rocker Jung Yong Hwa from Korean rock band CNBLUE plays Lee Shin, a college student majoring in modern music. A talented singer and guitarist, he is known for his good looks and passion for music. With a cold personality, he only cares about his music, uninterested in a traditional career or future. Shin is infatuated with a dance professor at his university, but this all changes when he meets Lee Kyu Won, a bright, outgoing student born into a prestigious family and majoring in traditional Korean instruments. Kyu Won's grandfather is one of the top traditional musicians of his age whose only wish is that his granddaughter will become a traditional music prodigy. Trying to live up to her grandfather's expectations, Kyu Won immerses herself in training and knows nothing besides traditional music. One day, Kyu Won's friends drag her to a concert to watch Lee Shin’s band, and she is instantly captivated by the man she sees on stage...


20. To the Beautiful You 

Starring Choi Min Ho and Choi Seol Ri (Sulli)

This perennially favorite series finds itself in its third incarnation with an all-star cast of South Korean pop stars. Sulli stars as Gu Jae Hee, a love struck high schooler who’s hell bent on transferring to an all-male prep school. Disguised as a boy, Jae Hee infiltrates the campus and finds herself thwarted by lovable goofballs and heartthrobs, but she never loses aim of her mission to rehabilitate the elusive Kang Tae Joon (Choi Minho), a promising young athlete who abruptly and mysteriously retreated from his beloved sport. Will Jae Hee heal Tae Joon’s wounds without blowing her cover?

Are you surprised some dramas did or didn't make it to the list? I'm impressed that Oh My Ghostess was #8 considering that it only recently aired and is competing with dramas that have been on DramaFever for 6 years. Does this give you inspiration for what to marathon next? You can now stream DramaFever to your TV with a whole new host of devices, including our new PlayStation 4 and Xbox 360 apps! Visit HERE to see all the new ways to marathon!