One more month has zipped!
In March, we were blessed with dramas of varied styles that kept us delighted and also binge-watching on. Without further ado, right here are the K-dramas that were follower faves this month on Viki.
“River Where the Moon Rises”
“River Where the Moon Rises” retells the romance between the classic Goguryeo folktale characters Pyeonggang (Kim So Hyun) as well as On Dal (Na In Woo). Birthed a princess, Pyeonggang doubles as the assassin Yeom Ga Jin and also desires for ending up being the first lady to lead Goguryeo. On Dal is a mild, pure-hearted guy who gives his heart to Pyeonggang as well as even breaks his peace-loving concepts in order to protect her. The drama adheres to Pyeonggang and On Dal’s pure love as well as the princess’s epic trip towards power to recover the kingdom to its previous magnificence.
“The Penthouse 2”
The hit drama has returned with its highly-anticipated 2nd period. Embed in a 100-floor luxury penthouse apartment or condo called Hera Palace, the initial season included 3 females at the heart of the tale: the “queen” of the penthouse Shim Soo Ryeon (Lee Ji Ah), the “prima donna” Cheon Seo Jin (Kim So Yeon) that will certainly stop at nothing to get what she wants, as well as Oh Yoon Hee (Eugene) who will certainly do anything it takes to get involved in the globe of high society. “The Penthouse 2” shocks customers once again as it continues to inform the dramatic as well as extreme story of the Hera Palace citizens.
“Mouse” is the dramatization that marks Lee Seung Gi’s highly-anticipated go back to acting because his 2019 drama “Vagabond.” The dark mystery-thriller tells the tale about an innocent and also upright law enforcement agent called Jung Bachelor’s degree Reum (Lee Seung Gi) and a hard investigative called Go Moo Chi (Lee Hee Joon) who believes in only retribution against the serial killer who killed his parents. The two collaborate to locate an evil crazed serial awesome as well as begin a pursuit to comprehend just how demented behaviors establish.
“How To Be Thirty”
“How To Be Thirty” is a relatable romance drama that complies with the work as well as love lives of females who have actually simply entered their thirties. Jung In Sun stars as successful webtoon author Search engine optimization Ji Won, whose plan to prevent romance goes awry when she satisfies her brand-new publisher Lee Seung Yoo (CNBLUE’s Kang Minutes Hyuk), who also takes place to be her puppy love from middle school. Things get a lot more made complex when Cha Do Hoon (Track Jae Rim), the film director accountable of adjusting Seo Ji Won’s webtoon into a motion picture, appears keen to strike up a close relationship with her.
“Scripting Your Destiny”
“Scripting Your Destiny” is a dream love drama regarding a god called Shin Ho Yoon (Ki Do Hoon), that writes the destinies of human beings. In order to develop the love of the century, he covertly gets ideas from the job of a makjang (extreme) dramatization film writer named Go Che Kyung (Jeon So Nee). In his tale, Shin Ho Yoon pair Go Chae Kyung with the kind-hearted tv manufacturer Jung Bachelor’s degree Reum (Kim Woo Seok), and also he goes undercover as Go Chae Kyung’s property manager to bring the couple together. However his strategies are spoiled by none aside from himself as he finds himself succumbing to his lead character.
“Scripting Your Destiny” is penned by Eun Sun Woo, a junior of the renowned film writer Kim Eun Sook who created “Descendants of the Sun,” “Mr. Sunshine,” and “Goblin.” Eun Sun Woo took advice from Kim Eun Sook while producing “Scripting Your Destiny,” so it’s most likely that you’ll see her influence in the drama!