“Mr. Sunshine” Tops List of Most Buzzworthy Dramas For 1st Time

“Mr. Sunshine” has topped the list of Most Buzzworthy Dramas of the week for the first time!

The list was revealed on July 23 and showed that “Mr. Sunshine” had broken the six-week streak set by “What’s Wrong with Secretary Kim” to be on top this week. There is only a one percent gap between the two dramas. A lot of buzz was created around “Mr. Sunshine” this week, with many people discussing the petition that was created addressing the historical inaccuracies in the drama.

In third place came tvN’s new Monday-Tuesday drama “Let’s Eat 3.” The fate of Seo Hyun Jin, the lead character from season two, in the second episode of the show became a hot topic amongst viewers.

Check out the full list below:

1. tvN’s “Mr. Sunshine” (16.18 percent)
2. tvN’s “What’s Wrong with Secretary Kim” (15.18 percent)
3. tvN’s “Let’s Eat 3: Begins” (7.41 percent)
4. OCN’s “Life on Mars” (6.86 percent)
5. KBS2’s “Are You Human, Too?” (4.52 percent)
6. MBC’s “Come and Hug Me” (4.3 percent)
7. JTBC’s “Miss Hammurabi” (3.72 percent)
8. SBS’s “Wok of Love” (3.61 percent)
9. KBS2’s “Marry Me Now” (3.37 percent)
10. MBC’s “Partners for Justice” (3.29 percent)

tvN has been enjoying a strong showing, with the top three most buzzworthy dramas being tvN dramas. Not only this, but the top nine most buzzworthy actors were also from tvN productions. From “What’s Wrong with Secretary Kim,” Park Seo Joon and Park Min Young maintained their first and second place positions, while Lee Tae Hwan dropped slightly to sixth place. Kim Tae Ri (third), Lee Byung Hun (fourth), Yoo Yeon Seok (sixth), and Byun Yo Han (ninth) made it on the list from “Mr. Sunshine.” Fifth and eighth place went to Yoon Doojoon and Baek Jin Hee from “Let’s Eat 3,” and tenth place went to Jung Kyung Ho from “Life on Mars.”

Good Data Corporation collected data from 31 dramas that are airing or are set to air. They analyzed responses from online news articles, blog posts, online communities, social media, and video comments, with data being collected from July 16 to July 22.

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