Most talked-about Korean dramas from February 3 to 9, 2020

The following are the most talked-about Korean dramas from February 3-9, 2020. The ranking is based on the frequency by which dramas are mentioned/discussed online in South Korea (Source: Good Data Corporation).

Beautiful Love Wonderful Life Korean drama

10. Beautiful Love, Wonderful Life (KBS2) – 1.67%

Tell Me What You Saw Korean drama starring Jang Hyuk and Sooyung

9. Tell Me What You Saw (OCN) – 1.78%

Forest Korean drama starring Park Hae-jin and Jo Bo-ah

8. Forest (KBS2) – 2.03%

7. Diary Of A Prosecutor (JTBC) – 2.07%

6. Selection: The War Between Women (TV Chosun) – 2.65%

Black Dog Korean drama

5. Black Dog (tvN) – 4.09%

4. Dr. Romantic 2 (SBS) – 11.04%

Itaewon Class Korean drama starring Park Seo-joon and Kim Da-mi

3. Itaewon Class (JTBC) – 14.70%

Hot Stove League Korean drama

2. Stove League (SBS) – 16.88%

1. Crash Landing On You (tvN) – 30.74%

Meanwhile, here is the list of the most talked-about Korean drama actors during the same period:

  1. Son Ye-jin (Crash Landing On You)
  2. Hyun Bin (Crash Landing On You)
  3. Park Seo-joon (Itaewon Class)
  4. Namgoong Min (Stove League)
  5. Kim Da-mi (Itaewon Class)
  6. Ahn Hyo-seop (Dr. Romantic 2)
  7. Seo Hyun-jin (Black Dog)
  8. Han Suk-kyu (Dr. Romantic 2)
  9. Park Hae-jin (Forest)
  10. Ha Do-kwon (Stove League)

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