Korean Drama “Flowers that Bloom at Night” Takes Top Spot in Weekend Drama Poll
According to data from the Korean media voting network POLL, the comedy costume drama “Flowers that Bloom at Night,” also known as “Night Blooms,” has taken the top spot as the most popular weekend TV drama among Korean audiences.
Starring Lee Honey and Lee Jong-won, “Flowers that Bloom at Night” received 9,590 votes, accounting for 34% of the total 28,098 votes cast in the poll. The drama tells the story of Zhao Ruhua, portrayed by Lee Honey, who becomes a widow after just marrying into a noble family. She takes on the identity of a masked woman at night, punishing evil and helping the poor, leading to a thrilling tragedy after meeting Park Soo-ho, an officer in the Imperial Guard Battalion.
The humorous themes and performance style of the drama left a deep impression on the audience, with many netizens praising Lee Honey’s work and expressing their enjoyment of the show.
Following closely behind “Flowers that Bloom at Night” is the costume drama “Doctor Low,” starring Park Hyung-sik and Park Shin-hye, which received 7,591 votes (27%) in the poll. The romantic comedy tells the story of two talented doctors who find comfort in each other after facing the worst lows in their lives.
In addition to the top two dramas, “Charming Man” ranked third and the chaebol historical drama “The Goryeo-Khitan War” came in fourth in the poll.
With the popularity of “Flowers that Bloom at Night” and “Doctor Low” among Korean audiences, it is evident that these dramas are capturing the hearts of viewers, offering an entertaining and captivating viewing experience.
As the weekend TV drama landscape continues to evolve, it will be interesting to see how these top-ranked dramas will continue to captivate audiences in the future.
Editor in charge: Luo Ruijun