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‘Suspicious Housekeeper’ Moves In

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 ‘Suspicious Housekeeper’ Moves In

A new series joins the game as SBS’ Suspicious Housekeeper welcomed itself, replacing The Empire of Gold.

With MBC’s Goddess of Fire Jeongi unfortunately cancelled due to Moon Geun Young’s eye injury, it’s too soon to tell whether or not this new drama will end up being a fierce competitor to either Goddess of Fire Jeongi or KBS’ Good Doctor.

Suspicious Housekeeper already has much burden, as the original Japanese production was well-received with high ratings.

Good Doctor Finally Breaks 20 Percent

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 Good Doctor Finally Breaks 20 Percent

And we let out a breath of Finally.

On Tuesday night, KBS’ Good Doctor accomplished what seemed so close yet so far, especially with the drama dancing around the border of 20 percent for quite some time now.

With four more episodes to go, the drama hit 21.5 percent with its 16th episode.

Now that it’s past 20 percent, the new challenge is to maintain that goal as this week proved to be the best time to achieve the new record with MBC’s Goddess of Fire Jeongi on break and SBS’ Suspicious Housekeeper just kicking off.

Sparks Fly on ‘Good Doctor

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 Sparks Fly on ‘Good Doctor

Spoiler
Scroll fast if you don’t want to be spoiled with lovey dovey goodness.

Finally accepting that heart fluttery feeling in her heart, Cha Yoon Suh (Moon Chae Won) finally took a step forward after making Park Si On (Joo Won) experience a roller coaster ride of emotions.

Cha Yoon Suh accepted her feelings after overhearing Park Si On talking to himself that he’s upset that he’s not a normal person because of her. He begins to sing What If I Was and imagining how things would have been between the two if he was not autistic.

‘Hello’ Takes the Lead with Crazy Brother

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 ‘Hello’ Takes the Lead with Crazy Brother

With Secret’s Han Sunhwa, Song Jieun, Teen Top’s Chunji, and Niel as the guests, KBS’ Hello surpassed the 10 percent mark on Monday night.

While the celebrity guests attracted viewers as well, the main star was a 31 year old woman who came out to say that her older brother was too overprotective of her. She shared that he’s been showering her with kisses on the cheek since she was a little baby until now, and that whenever she and her boyfriend of ten years go on trips, the brother also tags along.

‘Heirs’ and ‘Doctors’ Join Battle with ‘Secret’ On Top

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 ‘Heirs’ and ‘Doctors’ Join Battle with ‘Secret’ On Top

Wednesday kicked off with two nice dramas coming to the ring.

The long awaited SBS The Heirs and MBC’s Top Medical Team began along with KBS’ Secret.

Although Secret came out first in ratings, The Heirs was right behind it with 11.6 percent in numbers. It’s unclear whether Secret will maintain its spot or a new winner will rise to the top.

‘Marry Him If You Dare′ Kicks Off

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 ‘Marry Him If You Dare′ Kicks Off

With a twist in time, KBS’ new drama, Marry Him If You Dare (Future Choice) began its run with a decent beginning and wacky storyline.

The drama marked the comeback for actor Lee Dong Gun after a five year hiatus, as well as for Yun Eun Hye and CN Blue’s Jung Yong Hwa in the drama realm.

The drama is about contracted worker at an electronics company, Na Mirae (Yun Eun Hye), who dreams of becoming a broadcast writer. Life is boring as usual, until a woman claiming to be her future self comes to warn her not to marry Kim Shin (Lee Dong Gun), a famed announcer.

“Future Choice” Begins Airing Tomorrow! Will it be as Successful as “Good Doctor?”

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“Future Choice” Begins Airing Tomorrow! Will it be as Successful as “Good Doctor?”

Will actress Yoon Eun Hye rise to the top again with a role in another romantic comedy?

KBS 2TV’s new Monday-Tuesday drama “Future Choice” begins tomorrow. Much anticipation is being focused on the new series especially since its predecessor, “Good Doctor,” achieved much success bringing in as much as 20% in ratings.

“Future Choice” is about a girl named Na Mi Rae (Yoon Eun Hye), who receives a visit from the future Mi Rae (Choi Myung Gil). The future Mi Rae gives advice to the present Mi Rae in her decision-making in order to redirect her destiny into a different direction.

How Did the Premiere of Yoo Eun Hye’s “Future Choice” Fare in Ratings?

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How Did the Premiere of Yoo Eun Hye’s “Future Choice” Fare in Ratings?

The new KBS drama “Future Choice” (also known as “Mi Rae’s Choice” or “Marry Him If You Dare“) finally premiered yesterday with critics and audiences keeping an eye out on the ratings. The results are in, and it seems “Future Choice” is off to a decent start.

The ratings for first episode of “Future Choice” were 9.7%, according to Nielsen Korea. This is comparable to its competition; SBS’ “Suspicious Housekeeper” scored 10.6%, and MBC’s “Goddess of Fire, Jung-yi” did not air yesterday due to the live broadcast of a baseball game.

How Did the Premiere of Yoon Eun Hye’s “Future Choice” Fare in Ratings?

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How Did the Premiere of Yoon Eun Hye’s “Future Choice” Fare in Ratings?

The new KBS drama “Future Choice” (also known as “Mi Rae’s Choice” or “Marry Him If You Dare“) finally premiered yesterday with critics and audiences keeping an eye out on the ratings. The results are in, and it seems “Future Choice” is off to a decent start.

The ratings for first episode of “Future Choice” were 9.7%, according to Nielsen Korea. This is comparable to its competition; SBS’ “Suspicious Housekeeper” scored 10.6%, and MBC’s “Goddess of Fire, Jung-yi” did not air yesterday due to the live broadcast of a baseball game.

“Future Choice” Falls to No. 3 in Ratings for 2nd Episode

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“Future Choice” Falls to No. 3 in Ratings for 2nd Episode

KBS 2TV’s new Monday-Tuesday drama “Future Choice” has fallen to third place in ratings amongst shows in the same time slot. The drama saw a smooth start, placing second in the ratings race on Monday with ratings of 9.7%.

The second episode of “Future Choice” broadcast on October 15 had a nationwide rating of 8.6%, according to a Nielsen Korea ratings report on October 16. This was a slight drop of 1.1% points from the first broadcast, causing the drama to drop to third place.

Kim So Hyun and Seo Kang Jun Smile for the Camera

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Kim So Hyun and Seo Kang Jun Smile for the Camera

On October 14, actress Kim So Hyun tweeted a photo of herself and co-star Seo Kang Jun with the caption, “I predict a twist between Han Gyul and Soo Hyuk’s relationship. ‘The Suspicious Housekeeper’ tonight at 10 P.M. Please!!! Watch it.”

In the photo, the two are dressed in school uniforms posing a “V” sign and looking friendly. Seo Kang Jun’s sharp features and Kim So Hyun’s cute facial expression is attracting attention from many people.

Kim So Hyun and Seo Kang Jun are co-starring in SBS’ Monday –Tuesday drama, “The Suspicious Housekeeper” as Eun Han Gyul and Choi Soo Hyuk.

The Mysterious Past Revealed for the ‘Housekeeper’

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 The Mysterious Past Revealed for the ‘Housekeeper’

SPOILER ALERT

SBS’ Suspicious Housekeeper kept its number one spot and even rose in ratings with Park Bok Nyuh finally unveiling her mysterious past.

After making a deal with the Eun Family, Park Bok Nyuh (Choi Ji Woo) shared the reason why she cannot smile anymore, revealing her dark past filled with deaths in the family and a pestering stalker who caused it all.

As she finished her story, Park Bok Nyuh left the household as promised by the family. However, another twist occurs when a man appears, claiming to be her past stalker.

Empress Ki Climbs to the Top with Debut Episode

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 Empress Ki Climbs to the Top with Debut Episode

With the exit of Goddess of Fire Jeongi, we thought SBS’ Suspicious Housekeeper and KBS’ Marry Him If You Dare would catch a break, but boy, were we wrong.

On Monday night, MBC’s Empress Ki starring Ha Ji Won, Joo Jin Mo, and Ji Chang Wook, kicked up strong, earning 11.1 percent in ratings and taking over the top spot.

With just the first episode, Empress Ki was able to steal the attention from its competitors with realistic action, affection romance, and hilarious scenes.

“Empress Ki” Takes Top Spot in Ratings with Premiere Episode

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“Empress Ki” Takes Top Spot in Ratings with Premiere Episode

MBC’s newly minted Monday-Tuesday drama “Empress Ki” is off to a good start.

The premiere episode of “Empress Ki” recorded 11.1% ratings, according to Nielsen Korea. This was 1.8% higher than its SBS competition, “Suspicious Housekeeper,” which gathered 9.3%. KBS’ “Future Choice” placed third with 6.5% in ratings.

The first episode of “Empress Ki” drew surprise and praise for its mix of action, romance, and comedy, as well as skipping over the childhood backstory that is often expected from a 50-episode sageuk. It delved straight into the tumultuous life of its main characters, kicking the drama off with high energy.

‘Marry Him If You Dare’ Continues Roller Coaster Ride

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 ‘Marry Him If You Dare’ Continues Roller Coaster Ride

Every Monday and Tuesday is a roller coaster ride for KBS’ Marry Him If You Dare as ratings continue to rise and then fall.

Marry Him If You Dare recorded a 6.5 percent,close to a 1 percent fall from 7.4 in the previous episode. With such a predictable story, it seems that viewers are growing a bit impatient as the plot is slowly rolling out.

Will Marry Him If You Dare go uphill in the next episode, or continue trailing down?

Empress Ki Looks to Higher Places

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 Empress Ki Looks to Higher Places

And MBC’s Empress Ki does it again.

Not only did the drama come out as the top rated drama on Tuesday night, but Empress Ki recorded a 14.5 percent in rating, its highest thus far.

The kicker is that it’s only on its fourth episode.

The drama has been praised for its exceptional acting, realistic action scenes, and the fast-paced but detailed storyline. Now that romance is kicking in, the numbers are expected to rise gradually.

Casting for New Drama “Kind Words” Complete

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Casting for New Drama “Kind Words” Complete

New SBS Monday-Tuesday drama “Kind Words” has finished casting its main leads.

Actresses Han Hye Jin, Kim Ji Soo, actor Ji Jin Hee and rising stars Park Seo Joon and Han Groo had been cast earlier, and with the addition of actor Lee Sang Woo, the casting for the leads had been confirmed. The drama will now move onto the pre-production stage.

“Kind Words” is about two couples who tread a dangerous line in order to protect their families. This sensitive thriller-drama will explore how familial and marital problems are handled and the realities of complex, delicate married life. The drama hopes to portray things realistically enough for viewers to be able to identify with the issues at hand.

Running Man Episode 170 Recap

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Running Man Episode 170 Recap

Running Man Episode 170 Recap By DramaBeans

Running Man EPISODE 170. Broadcast on November 3, 2013.

A cyclone descends on the land of Oz, leaving behind two bewildered visitors: co-stars of the spy movie Alumni, Kim Yoo-jung and TOP. I have a feeling you’re not at the Busan International Film Festival anymore.

Still, the My Sassy Girl tree is a familiar site, and when TOP asks if she recognizes it, he gives us our first corny joke of the day with the answer: “It’s a pine tree.” Lol.

Actress Kim So Hyun shares her childhood photos

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Actress Kim So Hyun shares her childhood photos

Actress Kim So Hyun, who”s currently starring in the drama “Suspicious Housekeeper“, revealed a couple of her adorable childhood photos on Twitter, showing people that her natural beauty had matured but not changed much since her younger days.

She wrote, “The pictures that were used as props for [my character] Han Gyul”s childhood pictures in “Suspicious Housekeeper”. There are even pictures from when I was really young and when I was a bit older. I am wearing a crown and even a headband with fake hair attached–how fun!

Drama Ratings Continue Along

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 Drama Ratings Continue Along

Not much has happened since the last time Monday/Tuesday dramas were recorded.

MBC’s Empress Ki continues to lead. There was no gain or decrease.

SBS’ Suspicious Housekeeper fell exactly one percent from its previous ratings.

The sad story for Monday’s ratings is that KBS’ Marry Him If You Dare continues its roller coaster ride of up and down. For Monday, Marry Him If You Dare managed to climb a little slope of 0.5 percent, coming out to 5.9 compared to last episode’s 5.4 percent.