Weekly Top 10 K-dramas
Lee Joon Ki and Scarlet Heart: Ryeo finally rule in Korean TV ratings, long after international viewers have put the time-travel drama on the throne. Which brand new drama has leaped into our heart? Is your favorite drama among the Top 10? Let's find out.
Scarlet Heart: Ryeo has concluded with a stunning ending. Although I have watched the original Chinese drama, Scarlet Heart, the Korean version surprised me with a new twist. Fans are already hoping for a sequel to see Lee Joon Ki and all the other flower princes again. Even IU posted a photo that suggests an alternate ending.
Jealousy Incarnate and The K2 also continue in their respective spots in #2 and #3. The two gripping dramas will both reach their finale this week. Will it be a happy ending for both dramas? Let's hope so. I'm especially concerned for Je Ha (Ji Chang Wook) who is seriously wounded.
One Percent of Something keeps gaining popularity and has risen to #5, while leading man Ha Suk Jin's prevous romcom Let's Drink (Drinking Solo) continues its hold on #8. Did you know the two dramas are linked by a hilarious cameo appearance when One Percent's leading lady (Jun So Min) shows up in Let's Drink?
Without much fanfare, two unusual detectives from When a Snail Falls in Love have teamed up and won our heart. Wang Kai and Wang Zi Wen star in the suspenseful crime drama with thrilling action and slow-burning romance. The new Chinese drama has surprisingly jumped into #9 in its initial week.
New Drama News
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New Weekly Top 10 in order of popularity:
1. Scarlet Heart: Ryeo (Only on DramaFever)
2. Jealousy Incarnate (Only on DramaFever)
3. The K2 (Only on DramaFever)
4. Running Man
5. One Percent of Something (Only on DramaFever)
6. Cinderella and Four Knights (Only on DramaFever)
7. Love O2O
8. Let's Drink (Drinking Solo) (Only on DramaFever) - tied
8. Boys Over Flowers - tied
9. Doctor Crush - tied
9. When a Snail Falls in Love - tied
10. Go Ho's Starry Night (Only on DramaFever)
A special call out to Minoz: Boys Over Flowers has suddenly jumped back to #8. What do you think the reason is?
Previous Top 10: Weekly Top 10 K-dramas - October 3`, 2016
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