2020 is coming to an end. There are a lot of the best Korean dramas that have aired since the beginning of this year. Starting from Crash Landing On You, Itaewon Class, The World of The Married, Start-Up,and so on.
This year’s dramas were also recorded as dramas that were able to generate high ratings in the questioning period. For those of you who are looking for a year-end Korean drama spectacle that is no less interesting than previous top dramas, these 3 dramas that are currently airing can be your choice.
The drama, which has become a hot topic for k-drama connoisseurs, cannot be missed. Having aired until episode 15, The Penthouse successfully topped the highest ratings for the airing of the drama slot Monday-Tuesday. The drama received a rating of 23.3%.
The Penthouse tells the life of the residents of a 100-story luxury apartment in Korea that keeps secrets and is very ambitious. The drama focuses on the life and strife between Shim Su Ryeon (Lee Ji Ah), Cheon Seo Jin (Kim So Yeon), and Oh Yoon Hee (Eugene).
The Penthouseis considered a combined drama from SKY Castle’stop Korean drama, The World of Married, as well asClass of Lies because it is able to display conflicts and plot twists that always make viewers curious about the continuation of the story.
This Korean drama based on the popular webtoon of the same name tells the story of a high school girl named Lim Ju Gyeong(Moon Ga Young)who always makeup her face with make-up to cover her real face. She was terrified that anyone would see her real face without makeup.
One day, she meets Lee Su Ho (Cha Eun Woo) who accidentally sees her real face without makeup. Su Ho is a mysterious boy and is well liked by girls in school. The two share secrets and fall in love with each other. Su Ho wants to tell Ju Gyeong about her true beauty.
True Beauty has aired since December 9 and has 16 episodes. Currently, 4 episodes have been aired with a rating of up to 4.71% on tvN television stations.
The Uncanny Counter
The Uncanny Counter became OCN’s first Korean drama to achieve a high rating beating Korean drama Voice by 7.65%. The play has an interesting and unusual storyline. Totaling 16 episodes, Currently The Uncanny Counter has aired 4 episodes.
This Korean drama tells the story of a group of counters (evil spirit hunters) who come down to earth and disguise themselves as noodle restaurant employees. The group of four has their own abilities.
Like So Moon (Jo Byung Kyoo) with tremendous physical strength, Do Ha Na (Kim Se Jeong) is able to accurately detect the presence of evil spirits, Ga Mo Tak (Yoon Joon Sang) the strongest member and team leader, and Choo Mae Ok (Yeom Hye Ran) as the healer in the team.