Most talked-about Korean dramas from March 23 to 29, 2020

The following are the most talked-about Korean dramas from March 23 to 29, 2020. The ranking is based on the frequency by which dramas are mentioned/discussed online in South Korea (Source: Good Data Corporation).

Once Again Korean drama starring Lee Jung-min and Lee Sang-yeob

10. Once Again (KBS2) – 3.84%

Meow The Secret Boy Korean drama starring Kim Myung-soo and Shin Ye-eun

9. Meow: The Secret Boy (KBS2) – 3.97%

When the Weather is Fine

8. When the Weather is Fine (JTBC) – 4.87%

Find Me in Your Memory Korean drama starring Kim Dong-wook and Moon Ga-young

7. Find Me in Your Memory (MBC) – 4.94%

365: Repeat the Year Korean drama starring Lee Joon-hyuk and Nam Ji-hyun

6. 365: Repeat the Year (MBC) – 5.94%

A Piece of Your Mind Korean drama starring Jung Hae-in and Chae Soo-bin

5. A Piece of Your Mind (tvN) – 6.27%

Hyena Korean drama starring Kim Hye-soo and Ju Ji-hoon

4. Hyena (SBS) – 8.28%

Hospital Playlist Korean drama

3. Hospital Playlist (tvN) – 12.06%

Hi Bye, Mama! Korean drama starring Kim Tae-hee and Lee Kyu-hyung

2. Hi Bye, Mama! (tvN) – 12.54%

The World of the Married Korean drama starring Kim Hee-ae and Park Hae-joon

1. The World of the Married (JTBC) – 18.01%

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

  1. Kim Hee-ae (The World of the Married)
  2. Kim Tae-hee (Hi Bye, Mama!)
  3. Park Hae-joon (The World of the Married)
  4. Kim Hye-soo (Hyena)
  5. Lee Kyu-hyung (Hi Bye, Mama!)
  6. Jung Hae-in (A Piece of Your Mind)
  7. Jo Jung-suk (Hospital Playlist)
  8. Go Bo-gyeol (Hi Bye, Mama!)
  9. Ju Ji-hoon (Hyena)
  10. Moon Ga-young (Find Me in Your Memory)

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InternJang

InternJang manages a team of writers to publish and promote content for Kdramapal every day. He began watching Korean dramas in 2014 and fell in love deeply with his all-time favorites Signal, Reply 1988, and Misaeng. His affinity for writing led him to start a blog and, later on, spearhead efforts to establish KDP as one of the most dependable sources of K-drama information online.

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