These are the stars who dominated the small screen these days
“My Demon” is a fantasy romantic comedy about a demonic chaebol heiress Do Do-hee and a demon, Jung Gu-won, who has lost his ability to her, getting married under contract. This romantic comedy, starring “Visual Queen and King” Kim Yoo-jung and Song Kang, drew a lot of attention. Its viewership of the first episode averaged 5.1% and instantaneous maximum 6.5%, signaling a good start.
Following “My Demon,” in Netflix’s original series “Sweet Home Season 2,” the actor plays the role of Hyun-soo, who sacrifices himself to protect his friends from monsters. “Sweet Home 2” will tell the story of Hyun-soo and survivors of Green Home after leaving Green Home and fighting their own battles to survive in a new place.
Meanwhile, Cha Eun-woo is acting in a series of webtoon-turned-dramas. In MBC’s “A Good Day To Be A Dog,” he played Jin Seo-won, the most popular teacher with a handsome appearance and cool charisma at Garam High School. Through this work, the actor is attracting attention by portraying his eyes and voices in a delicate manner on screen.
Rowoon plays Jang Jin-yu in KBS 2TV’s “The Matchmakers.” “The Matchmakers” is a comic melodramatic historical drama about two widows working together to become the best matchmakers in Joseon. Shim Jung-woo, played by Ro-woon, has a brilliant brain and outstanding appearance, but the princess who he was going to marry suddenly died during the wedding, which made him a “widow.”
The eighth episode, which aired on Noveamber 27th, accounted for 4.1% of viewership ratings the capital area, according to Nielsen Korea. Its highest ratings moment soared to 4.7%, ranking first among Monday and Tuesday dramas.
Netizens are leaving comments such as “How can they look so perfect,” “Are their faces CG?” complementing their visuals. Attention is being paid to the next moves of Song Kang, Cha Eun-woo and Rowoon.