“King The Land,” Lee Junho, And YoonA Continue Reign Over Most Buzzworthy Drama And Actor Rankings
Once again, JTBC’s “King the Land” has swept the top spots on this week’s rankings of the most buzzworthy dramas and cast members!
For the third week in a row, “King the Land” remained No. 1 on Good Data Corporation’s weekly list of the TV dramas that generated the most buzz. The company determines each week’s rankings by collecting data from news articles, blog posts, online communities, videos, and social media about dramas that are either currently airing or set to air soon.
Not only did “King the Land” continue to top the list of most buzzworthy dramas, but its stars 2PM’s Lee Junho and Girls’ Generation’s YoonA also continued their reign over the list of most buzzworthy cast members, where they remained No. 1 and No. 2 respectively.
Meanwhile, tvN’s “The Uncanny Counter 2: Counter Punch” debuted at No. 6 on the drama list ahead of its highly-anticipated premiere.
Finally, while the drama list only includes series airing on broadcast television, the newly integrated actor list includes cast members from OTT shows—and Park Gyu Young made the list at No. 7 for her starring turn in Netflix’s “Celebrity.”
The top 10 dramas that generated the most buzz in the first week of July are as follows:
- JTBC “King the Land”
- SBS “Revenant”
- ENA “Lies Hidden in My Garden”
- tvN “See You in My 19th Life”
- tvN “Delightfully Deceitful”
- tvN “The Uncanny Counter 2: Counter Punch”
- ENA “Battle for Happiness”
- KBS2 “The Real Has Come!”
- MBC “Numbers”
- TV Chosun “Durian’s Affair”
Meanwhile, the top 10 drama actors that generated the most buzz this week are as follows:
- Lee Junho (“King the Land”)
- YoonA (“King the Land”)
- Kim Tae Ri (“Revenant”)
- Shin Hye Sun (“See You in My 19th Life”)
- Oh Jung Se (“Revenant”)
- Chun Woo Hee (“Delightfully Deceitful”)
- Park Gyu Young (“Celebrity”)
- Ahn Bo Hyun (“See You in My 19th Life”)
- Lim Ji Yeon (“Lies Hidden in My Garden”)
- Kim Dong Wook (“Delightfully Deceitful”)
Binge-watch all of “Lies Hidden in My Garden” with subtitles below:
Or catch up on “Numbers” here…
…and “Durian’s Affair” below!