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Lee Honey’s Drama ‘Flowers that Bloom at Night’ Tops Korean TV Ratings

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Lee Honey’s Drama ‘Flowers that Bloom at Night’ Tops Korean TV Ratings

Popular Korean Actress Lee Honey’s Drama “Flowers that Bloom at Night” Tops Weekly TV Drama Rankings
By Epoch Times Reporter Le Huixuan

Seoul, South Korea – As of 4 p.m. on February 8, Korean audiences have voted the comedy costume drama “Flowers that Bloom at Night” as the most popular weekend TV drama, according to data from the Korean media voting network POLL. The drama stars beloved actress Lee Honey and actor Lee Jong-won and has garnered a loyal following among viewers.

Out of 28,098 netizens who participated in the voting, “Flowers that Bloom at Night” came out on top with 9,590 votes and 34%. The show tells the story of a widow who takes on a secret identity at night to help the less fortunate, and the humorous themes and performances have resonated with the audience.

Netizens shared their thoughts on the drama, with one saying, “It’s so interesting that Lee Honey stars in ‘Flowers that Bloom at Night’, and the funny jokes make people laugh. Her expression is so beautiful and cute, I really want to imitate her.” Another viewer commented, “Lee Honey’s work did not disappoint me. Every episode of ‘Flowers that Bloom at Night’ I watched while waiting was very interesting. Park Soo-ho’s character seems to be… It’s the first time I’ve seen him, and he performed very well.”

In second place was “Doctor Low,” a romantic comedy series starring Park Hyung-sik and Park Shin-hye. The show also received praise from viewers, with many expressing their delight in watching the drama after a long absence.

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Other popular dramas included “Charming Man,” “The Goryeo-Khitan War,” and “My Happy Ending,” demonstrating the diverse range of TV shows that captivate Korean audiences.

The success of “Flowers that Bloom at Night” and “Doctor Low” signifies the continual appeal of Korean dramas and the talent of the actors that bring these stories to life.

The Epoch Times will continue to monitor the rankings of Korean TV dramas and provide updates on the latest developments in the entertainment industry.
Editor in charge: Luo Ruijun

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