Top Korean Dramas (2020 Ratings)

Korean Dramas are turning out to be increasingly more famous over the world as the distribution for them has extended to web-based features to let considerably more individuals access. Probably the best K-Dramas are more than a couple of years old yet are staples for everybody turning out to be contributed inside the media form. 

Classic K-Dramas such as The Heirs and Boys Over Flowers are must-see for everybody who just enters in the world of K-Dramas, except that rundown of “must-see” drama is gradually developing after some time dependent on new dramatizations that have caused a ripple effect all through the nationally high ratings on cable television.

Here is the list of ongoing TOP KOREAN DRAMAS that are definitely a must-see and be added to your list for binge-watching.

Flower of Evil

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This is definitely another must-watch drama. 

Flower of Evil — saw a peak of 6.2%, it’s personal best rate as per a report in Nielsen Korea.

The story revolves around the life of a suspected murderer who has an antisocial personality disorder. He took a new identity and then married a cop. When the time he thought he had finally settled into the new chapter of his life, a murder happens and it is exactly the same as the series of murder what had happened to his late father who was responsible for the said murder case.

Aside from the fact that Lee Jun Ki’s acting is so stellar, the plot of the drama is totally gripping and whenever every episode ends, you’ll find yourself anticipating the next one.


The tvN’s “Start-Up”— a new drama that revolves the story about four youthful heroes who dream of chasing success in the world of the start-up.

It recently scored an average country rating of 4.4% and a peak of 5.0 %  for its debut. The new drama additionally scored an average rating of 2.9% nationwide as well as a peak of 3.3 % among the key segment of viewers ranging from ages of 20 to 49. 

Starring Bae Suzy as Seo Dal-mi, a determined worker who’s sadly incapable to find full-time work, and keeps dreaming about being Korea’s next Steve Jobs. Nam Joo Hyuk takes the role of Nam Do San being a founder of Samsan Tech and having a genius mind when it comes to Math when he was still a child.

In addition to the fact that it delves into the world of start-ups, it likewise follows the characters’ good and bad times, battles, and life lessons, including such a progressing rivalry between Dal-mi and In-Jae, who are really sisters however they grew up under altogether different circumstances. 

Besides, there’s the on-screen chemistry between Bae Suzy and Nam Noo-hyuk, which according to the drama’s director Oh Choong Hwan, is definitely lovely to watch. 

Furthermore, who knows upon watching this new Kdrama, you may get enlivened to transform your vision into the following enormous thing, as well.

Tale of the Nine-Tailed 

The tvN’s  “Story of the Nine-Tailed— a new drama that revolves the story about a TV producer who is fixated  to discover the otherworldly powers that run over a nine-tailed fox who could be identified as well that it’s related to her in a past life.

This tvN’s “Story of the Nine-Tailed” keeps on remaining strong when it comes to its viewership ratings. As per Nielsen Korea, the October 14 scene of “Story of the Nine-Tailed” recorded an average of  5.588 % nationwide rating. 

Truth to be told, a few people may disagree that it’s quite the same with the Goblin story, not for the fact that it’s Lee Dong Wook who plays the role, but it got so much Goblin vibes. 

Nevertheless, it is still one of the must-watch new dramas added to your list. Especially with the part that you simply want to discover what truly happened to the character’s parents.

Record of Youth 

The ongoing 16-episode series is all about Park Bo-gum, Park So-dam, and Byeon Woo-Seok, who play 20-something hopefuls from different cultural backgrounds as they search for fame  in the cutthroat entertainment industry.

Starring male lead Sa Hye-jun (Park Bo-gum) and his childhood friend Won Hae-Hyo (Byeon Woo-Seok) are models who are looking forward to being an artist, while Park So-dam’s character A Jung Ha is a makeup artist who’s likewise a long-term fangirl of Hye Jun. The two later build up an exceptional friendship.

Other than offering a realistic look at the apparently spectacular world of showbiz, the Record of Youth additionally recounts the relatable story of youths looking for success and achievements in life, while at the same time being unsupported and feeling defeated inside.  It’ll definitely make certain to pull at your heartstrings. 

As per Nielsen Korea, the September 29 scene of “Record of Youth” recorded an average of 7.7 % nationwide rating. The most elevated evaluations were recorded among the shows in its schedule opening, including link and public transmission channels. 9.0% — the highest nationwide rating of its most-watched moment in the episode. Plus, among the drama in its time slot, it was recorded as the highest. So, why not browse this new-drama and add it to your binge-watching list.

Do Do Sol Sol La La Sol 

“Do Do Sol Sol La La Sol”— a new must-watch drama that can be added to your binge-watching list. This is actually a lighthearted comedy story that revolves in the life of a musician named Goo Ra who winds up at the bottom after her family’s unexpected downfall. After she discovers her way to a piano academy named La Land that is located in a little town, she winds up running into paths and experiencing passionate feelings for Sun Woo Joon, a mysterious, tough, and who is by all accounts hiding so many secrets.

As per Nielsen Korea this new drama of KBS entitled “Do Do Sol Sol La La Sol” recorded an area of 2.1 and 2.9 % nationwide rating. 

One of the newly K-dramas that will bring so much fun as well as another life lesson, indeed, another must-watch drama for you.

Private Lives

Set in the general public with little “genuine” privacy, the plot follows a group of con artists who reveal a vile observation conspiracy headed by the government and a malicious company. What’s more, the characters must meddle so as to protect their lives from flipping around. 

The primary cast sees previous Girls Generation artist Seohyun as Cha Joo-eun as Cha Joo-eun, while actor Go Kyung-Pyo acts as Lee Jung-hwan, a clever con artist who has a place with the tip-top. 

It’s a must-watch drama not just the fact that it’s the first-ever role of actor Go Kyung-Pyo after his military service. Additionally, if genres such as mystery and portraying crimes are on your top list binge-watch, then this is definitely for you. Based on its trailer, it would seem that there’ll be a large number of unforeseen exciting bends in the road that will get you snared. This new drama of JTBC entitled “Private Lives,” premiered on October 7, and received a recorded rating of 2.522% nationwide.

“Private Lives” stars Girls’ Generation’s Seohyun and Go Kyung Pyo is a dramatization about being con artists who assemble their abilities to steal the country’s “private life.”


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