Park Shin-hye, Kim Woo-bin, Lee Jong-suk: 3  pals dominate weekday dramas

Park Shin-hye, Kim Woo-bin, Lee Jong-suk: 3 pals dominate weekday dramas

Park Shin-hye, Kim Woo-bin, and Lee Jong-suk, the 3buddies of same age are dominating the drama global from Monday to Thursday. Park Shin-hye, Kim Woo-bin, and Lee Jong-suk worked with every other old and still stay their friendship.

Park Shin-hye co-starred with Kim Woo-bin in SBS 'Heirs' and with Lee Jong-suk in SBS "Pinocchio" previously. Kim Woo-bin and Lee Jong-suk also co-starred in KBS 2TV's 'School 2013'. As the 3 friends, who worked in combination in the similar dramas previously, and each one of them headline the latelybegan dramas right through the identical time period, their appearance and the dramas are drawing attention.

The one that went first used to be Park Shin-hye. She conquered the Monday Tuesday dramas with her role Yoo Hye-jeong, in SBS "Doctors", which premiered on June 20th. Here's her drama comeback in twelve months and six months since her appearance in SBS "Pinocchio", She displays off the candy chemistry with Kim Rae-won, which majorly contributed to the dominance a selection of the Monday Tuesday dramas.

Following after the good fortune of Park Shin-hye with her Monday Tuesday drama, Kim Woo-bin and Lee Jong-suk are competing immediatelyat some degree inan identical airtime. As Kim Woo-bin's "Uncontrollably Fond" premiered on July 6th started out at a neaterposition earlier, Lee Jong-suk is chasing heavily later his easiest friend with "W", which started two weeks later.

Park Shin-hye secured the primary place among Monday Tuesday dramas. Lee Jong-suk's "W" is goodat the back of Kim Woo-bin's "Uncontrollably Fond" through the tight 1.6% (Nielsen Korea, nationwide). The maximum productivepals are competing with every other.