Weekly Top 10 K-dramas
Who's the new winner this week? Will it be the reigning King Running Man, "Big Boss" Descendants of the Sun, or even Lee Min Ho in the resurging Heirs? What about any unexpected newcomers making an entry? Take a look at our brand new Top 10 list of most popular shows, and find your favorites.
As many of the the fans afflicted with DOTS fever know, we are showing the thrilling drama on a delayed schedule due to licensing arrangement, therefore, it is even more amazing that it has jumped to this top position. Is anyone really surprised? The drama's perfect casting with Song Joong Ki, Song Hye Gyo, Jin Goo and Kim Ji Won, accompanied by perfect cliffhangers with tension-filled execution, has helped it set record-breaking ratings everywhere. A plea to our viewers: In case you know the ending, please refrain from posting it in consideration of other viewers. Many thanks!
Romantic epic Imperial Doctress has joined the Top 10. This drama has so much going for it, as it follows the life of a young woman (Cecilia Liu) who aspired to be a doctor during a time when women were restricted in what they could study and do. She also becomes entangled with 3 formidable men, one of which is her one true love! Would you guess it's Wallace Huo?
I'd like to give a plug to a couple of new dramas that are so captivating that I couldn't resist adding them to my already busy list of dramas to track. Monster, starring Kang Ji Hwan, Sung Yu Ri, and Park Ki Woong, is a revenge and romance drama about a man who battles Big Evils while searching for his long-lost love. I finished the first 4 episodes in one binge, and it was worth it. Look for Gu Jun Pyo's mansion from Boys Over Flowers.
May I also recommend Daebak, starring Jang Geun Suk and Yeo Jin Goo? I enthused about Daebak last week, and just want to add how incredibly stirring the music is. This unusual historical enters the Top 10 at #10 this week.
Last but not the least, Marriage Contract moved up again! Experience the feeling of your romantic heart being filled by this splendid romance, which is also a visual feast with every frame a lovingly crafted collage. And, that passionate kiss!!!
In other news:
Please Come Back, Mister ends this week. Aren't you touched by the complex relationship that's been revealed to show the secret connections between our leading characters? I bet the grand finale will be phenomenal.
Here are last week's Weekly Top 10 shows in order of popularity:
1. Running Man
3. Heirs (Only on DramaFever)
5. Cheese in the Trap (Only on DramaFever)
Previous Top 10: Weekly Top 10 K-dramas - April 4, 2016
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