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“Hierarchy”: New Korean Drama Takes Over Netflix Non-English TV

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Hierarchy New Korean Drama Takes Over Netflix Non English TV

Elite High School Drama Shoots to No. 1 on Streaming Platform

The teen scandal K-drama “Hierarchy” has become a global phenomenon, topping Netflix’s non-English TV chart just two weeks after its release. The show follows Kang Ha (Lee Chae-min), a transfer student with a secret, who disrupts the rigid social order of Jushin High School, a ruthless institution ruled by the top 0.01%.

Impressive Viewing Numbers and Global Recognition

“Hierarchy” has captivated audiences worldwide, amassing a staggering 6.3 million views (viewing time divided by the total running time of the work) from June 10 to 16. This impressive viewership has propelled the drama to the No. 1 spot on Netflix’s global non-English TV chart, solidifying its position as a must-watch series. Furthermore, “Hierarchy” has dominated charts in 9 countries and landed itself on the TOP 10 lists of a remarkable 72 countries, making it a global hot topic.

Cast Expresses Gratitude for Overwhelming Support

The cast of “Hierarchy” is overwhelmed with joy and appreciation for the show’s immense success. Roh Jeong Eui, who delivers a powerful performance as Jung Jae I, the queen of Jushin High School burdened by hidden wounds, expressed her heartfelt gratitude:

“I can’t even think of what to say because I’m so happy. I thank everyone involved in ‘Hierarchy.’ I love the ‘Hierarchy’ kids so much and thank you for being such good friends. I’m really grateful to the viewers who made it possible for me to have a global No. 1 record in my life.”

Lee Chae-min, who brings Kang Ha, the rebellious transfer student, to life, is basking in the outpouring of love:

“I’m so happy these days because I’m receiving so much love. I hope you will remember ‘Kang Ha’ of ‘Hierarchy’ for a long time, and I will try to show you my various sides in the future. Thank you again.”

Kim Jae-won, captivating audiences with his portrayal of the complex character who clashes with Kang Ha and shares a heartbreaking emotional connection with Jung Jae I, shared his emotions:

“First of all, I thank the fans who loved ‘Hierarchy.’ It’s like a miracle that it’s No. 1 in the global TOP 10 non-English series. I will always strive to be a dedicated actor.”

Ji Hye-won, who portrays the envious yet strangely endearing Yoon Hye-ra, reflected on her initial anxieties and overwhelming joy:

“Before the work was released, I had half excitement and half worry. I’m so happy and excited to be No. 1 in the global TOP 10 non-English series that I can’t express it in words.”

Lee Won-jung, who leaves a lasting impression with his role as the enigmatic Lee Woo-jin, expressed his appreciation for the newfound recognition:

“I’m so touched and happy to hear that many people are loving me. Thanks to this, I have many more people who know me. If there are still people who haven’t seen ‘Hierarchy,’ I hope you will watch it, and I will try to be an actor who can bring happiness to your day.”

Director Bae Hyun-jin joined the cast in expressing his gratitude to the global audience:

“Thank you to the people of many countries around the world for loving us.”

“Hierarchy” is currently available to stream on Netflix.

Hi! I'm Lovely Rose, and I'm a huge fan of Korean dramas and K-pop. But my interests go beyond fandom – I also love reading novels and writing. However, here I want to write about dramas and K-pop music, That's what brings me here!


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