Who wins this week? Last week Descendants of the Sun surged to become the top K-drama in our Top 10 list. Will it now overtake Running Man to become the leader of the entire pack?

Congratulations to Running Man, the only reality show that has stayed in this list week after week, and lately it has also refused to give up the crown to the hottest K-drama Descendants of the Sun. On the other hand, DOTS is the #1 K-drama! As we mentioned last week, DOTS is showing on DramaFever on a delayed schedule due to licensing arrangement. If you already know what the ending is, please refrain from posting it in consideration of other viewers. Many thanks!

Imperial Doctress continues to rise and is at #6 now. DramaFever has loaded all 50 episodes, so it's time for a marathon. I know it's not easy to watch an epic, but this historical romance is one that can't be missed, and I'd like to reassure you that the ending will be very satisfying. I've probably watched it a dozen times already. You'll enjoy the splendid ending and feel the emotional tug with Wallace Huo.

I've been praising Daebak, and Jang Geun Suk has been giving his all in impressive scenes. Did you know he was not using a stuntman in the stunning snake scene? And the snake was a real poisonous snake? He then jumped into the mud to be buried up to the neck in the phenomenal mud scene. Check out episode 6, especially if you are the adventurous type. Dae Gil, fighting!

Speaking of survival, the current segment in Monster feels like Amazing Race and Survival combined in the corporate jungle. For a revenge drama, it's a lot of fun watching our cute leading men, Kang Ji Hwan and Park Ki Woong, compete and set up a romantic triangle with Sung Yu Ri.

In other news: 

Rain's Please Come Back, Mister reached its touching finale with more revelations and on a high note at #4. 

How many hours are there in a day? I wish there were more than 24, because here comes another hot offering of great new shows: The Entertainer, starring Ji Sung and Lee Hye Ri (Hyeri); Choco Bank, starring Kim Jong In (Kai) and Park Eun Bin; and 2011 2NE1 Concert NOLZA! Find out more HERE.

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

1. Running Man

2. Descendants of the Sun


Descendants of the Sun

Starring Song Joong Ki and Song Hye Gyo

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3. Heirs (Only on DramaFever)



Starring Lee Min Ho (Heirs) and Park Shin Hye

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4. Please Come Back, Mister


Please Come Back, Mister

Starring Rain (Bi) and Oh Yeon Seo

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5. Cheese in the Trap (Only on DramaFever)


Cheese in the Trap

Starring Kim Go Eun and Park Hae Jin

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6. Marriage Contract

7. Imperial Doctress


Imperial Doctress

Starring Cecilia Liu and Wallace Huo

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8. Bromance

9. Boys Over Flowers


Boys Over Flowers

Starring Gu Hye Sun and Lee Min Ho (Heirs)

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10 High End Crush - tied


High End Crush

Starring Jung Il Woo and Jin Se Yun

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10. Daebak - tied

For Lee Min Ho fans, Heirs and Boys Over Flowers aren't going away, and Personal Taste is at #14.

Previous Top 10: Weekly Top 10 K-dramas - April 11, 2016

I'm watching Descendants of the SunMarriage Contract, MonsterDaebak, and Female Assassins in the Palace.

I'd love to hear from you! Please share your thoughts in the comments!

Which new dramas are you watching now?

~ NancyZdramaland