Song Joong Ki Vs. Yoochun, Fall Drama Faceoff
By Staff Writer | October 01, 2012 11:58 AM EDT
Fall is known to be the season for dramas and romance and it's predicted that there will be a new storm on Wednesday and Thursday nights.
KBS drama, "The Innocent Man," stars Song Joong Ki, Moon Chae Won and Park Si Yeon and the main point of the story is the love triangle between the two. Song Joong Gi is serving cold revenge to Park Si Yeon and at the same time he's intentionally approaching Moon Chae Won and recently was shown kissing her, increasing the melodramatic tension.
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"The Nicest Man" is #1 for its timeslot, recording 14% viewer ratings and its competition, MBC drama "Arang and the Magistrate" has gone down to 11.7%, where as SBS drama "To the Beautiful You" is still in last place at 4.4%.
However, Yoochun, who starred next to Song Joong Ki in the KBS drama, "Sungkyunkwan Scandal," will return to a romance drama with MBC's new drama, "I Miss You," aiming to capture the hearts of the female viewers watching.
"I Miss You" is a love story at heart, depicting a man and a woman chasing after one another. It will follow "Arang and the Magistrate," so it will be direct competition for Song Joong Ki and "The Nicest Man" for about a month.
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