SBS drama Return and tvN Drama Mr. Sunshine Currently Tops 2018 Drama Ratings for Network and Cable

There is still three months left in 2018 and plenty can change in the drama ratings ranks but so far the tally remains comparatively low ratings for network dramas while cable continues to impress with how strong it is airing on paid channels. Currently the highest rated network prime time drama is SBS scandal-plagued police crime drama Return which switched leading ladies from Go Hyun Jung to Park Jin Hee midway through. Second place is The Miracle We Met with Shall We Kiss First in third. Over on cable the current number 1 which is likely to hold since it’s so far ahead of the second place position is Kim Eun Sook penned period drama Mr. Sunshine. In a rare win for a rom-com genre drama is cable network second place holder Why Secretary Kim followed by Knowing Wife taking third spot. Check out the full top 10 lists below and my thoughts at 100 Days My Prince is likely to move up as it’s in the 6th spot already having aired only 4 episodes, and of the upcoming dramas Memories of Alhambra with Hyun Bin and Park Shin Hye has the high profile to bring in viewers. Continue reading

tvN Drama Hundred Million Stars Falling From the Sky Captures Original J-dorama Moody Vibe

The tears in a melodrama can at times feel forced, or at least contrived due to a wholly unrealistic set of circumstances that all aggregate together to manufacture a tragedy. That’s the narrative premise behind upcoming tvN drama Hundred Million … Continue reading

Third Time’s the Charm as Knowing Wife Wraps Drama Run and Cast Attend Party

The conclusion of tvN time-travel and do-over drama Knowing Wife (Familiar Wife) frees up on Wed-Thurs again after being fairly addicted for the past eight weeks. I tried to watch on the days it aired but wasn’t so engrossed that … Continue reading

Moon Chae Won is Adorable in First Stills for K-drama Tale of the Gyeryong Fairy

The fully pre-produced K-drama Tale of the Gyeryong Goddess (English title Mama Fairy and the Woodcutter) is off to a visually pretty start by showcasing female lead Moon Chae Won‘s ability to believably turn into an immortal fairy stranded in … Continue reading