Top 5 buzzworthy K-Dramas that dominate Twitter Korea in early 2022 

Twitter Korea has unveiled the list of 5 most-talked about Korean dramas on this social media platform in the first quarter of 2022. Accordingly, within the first 3 months of 2022, several buzzworthy dramas entered Twitter’s top trending, mostly during the real-time broadcast as viewers took to Twitter to discuss what happened in each episode. 

Here are the Top 5 trending dramas in the first quarter of 2022, as revealed by Twitter Korea: 

  1. Young Lady And Gentleman
  2. Twenty Five, Twenty One
  3. Girls’ High School Mystery Class
  4. A Business Proposal
  5. Juvenile Justice 

1st place belongs to KBS2’s weekend drama Young Lady And Gentleman, which scored the highest viewership rating of 38.2%. Although Young Lady And Gentleman is not so popular internationally, it was a hit domestically. The characters’ controversial romance, and the numerous difficulties they have to deal with throughout 52 episodes make Young Lady And Gentleman the most-tweeted about drama in Korea in early 2022. 

Young Lady And Gentleman

2nd place goes to tvN’s Twenty Five, Twenty One, a youth romance drama that has received plenty of love from the audience both in Korea and overseas, except for its ending that sparked much debate.

Twenty Five Twenty One

3rd place is the comedy mystery thriller drama Girls’ High School Mystery Class with the participation of BIBI, Park Ji Yoon, Jang Do Yeon, Choi Ye Na and Jaejae.

Girls High School Mystery Class

4th place belongs to the rom-com that has caused craze in many Asian countries – SBS’s A Business Proposal. At the time of airing, the drama received many compliments from viewers for its humorous scenes, as well as the great chemistry between the actors. In particular, a duet by the two main actors, Ahn Hyo Seop and Kim Se Jung, posted by SBS, went viral with more than 10,000 retweets.

Finally, the 5th place belongs to the Netflix original series – Juvenile Justice, which has generated various discussions as it frankly addresses the thorny issues in Korean society.

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