Well, Sky Castle is only one of the Korean cable tv dramas that exist. There are still many other Korean cable TV dramas that have also managed to get high ratings.
Here are 5 Korean cable TV dramas that get the highest ratings of all time
Several dramas were released on Korean cable TV such as JTBC, TvN to OCN. Want to know what Korean dramas are? Let’s look at 5 Korean TV Cable dramas that get the highest rating.
|Air time||23 November 2018 – 1 February 2019|
The Korean drama cable TV Sky Castle has indeed skyrocketed and became the Korean Drama Cable TV with the highest rating ever achieved. This Korean drama is a drama that tells the story of wealthy housewives and their super luxurious life.
According to Nielson Korea, Sky Castle successfully achieved a rating of 23.2% in episode 19, bringing its own record back to being broken. Previously, Sky Castle won a rating of up to 22,316%, beating the highest rating of Korean drama Gong Yoo, Goblin.
|Air time||November 6, 2015 – 16 January 2016|
Reply 1988 is one of the Korean drama series from tvN cable which is reaping great success. Previously, in 2012 Reply had the Reply 1997 series and the Reply 1994 series in 2013. All three were successful and Reply 1988 received the highest rating of all the series.
Reply 1988 starred several young actors such as Girl’s Day Hyeri, Ryu Joon Yeol, Park Bo Geum, Go Kyung Pyo, and Lee Dong Hwi. All of the stars have reaped fame to this day.
The Korean Drama Reply 1988 tells the story of the friendship between five friends of Choi Taek (Park Bo Gum), Kim Jung Hwan (Ryu Joon Yeol), Sun Woo (Go Kyung Po), Sung Daek Sun (Hyeri) and Ryu Dong Ryong (Lee Dong Hwi. ). Together they went through difficult times such as the drama of friendship, family to romance.
|Air time||2 December 2016 – 21 January 2017|
After the success of his film entitled Train To Busan in July 2016, Gon Yoo returned to the small screen with the TvN cable tv drama titled Guardian: The Lonely and Great God or Goblin. Goblin is played by famous artists and actors such as Gong Yoo, Kim Go Eun, Lee Don Wook, and Yoo In Na.
Goblin tells of a warlord who existed in the past and was cursed to live forever until someone could pull out the sword stuck in his chest. When he reached 939, Kim Shin (Gong Yoo) found Ji Eun Tak (Kim Go Eun) who could break the curse.
Goblin is the work of Kim Eun Seok, screenwriter for the Korean drama hits Descendant of The Sun, Secret Garden, The Heirs, and Mr. Sunshine. So don’t be surprised if the Korean drama Goblin is a hit.
|Air time||7 July 2018 – 30 September 2018|
With the same author as Goblin, it’s no wonder Mr. Sunshine became one of the successful Korean TV cable dramas. The drama, starring Korean Hollywood actor Lee Byun Hun (GI Joe), was successful and became a popular drama in mid-2018.
Mr. story Sunshine takes the background of the 1870s and tells the story of a poor young Korean named Eugene who migrated to the United States. He returned after the Shinmiyangyo incident in 1871. He fell in love with a noble princess who had a big secret.
Mr. Sunshine has many elements of South Korean history in the 1900s. Not only that, the image quality is very capable, making you feel like watching a Hollywood film.
|Air time||10 September – 30 October 2018|
Starring one of the boy band members from SM Entertainment, Do Kyungdoo (DO), 100 Days Prince has indeed promised a good rating. Coupled with their slick stories, making the Korean drama 100 Days My Prince the highest cable TV Korean drama ever.
This Korean drama tells the story of a Joseon crown prince, Lee Yool (DO), who suddenly disappears and has amnesia so that he becomes a commoner who is later called Wondeuk, with an old maid, Hong Sim (Nam Ji Hyun).
100 Days My Prince is DO’s first drama in a historical drama and it manages to fit into the character with ease. DO managed to show the difference between the perfect and charismatic Lee Yool and the clueless Won Deuk.