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Yeon Joo goes to his office looking, but a hand from his monitor suddenly pulls her in, and she finds herself on the rooftop of a building, next to a bloodied man. She manages to save the person, only to realize that he is Kang Cheol, the main character of her father's webtoon. Yeon Joo later discovers she can only enter and leave the webtoon depending on Kang Cheol's feelings.

(Source: MyDramaList) Edit Translation • English • 한국어 • Русский • Ελληνικά • Switch On (Thai remake) • Native Title: 더블유 • Also Known As: W – Two WorldsW-두 개의 세계W – Two Worlds Apart • Screenwriter: Song Jae Jung • Director: Jeong Dae Yun • Genres: Thriller, Comedy, Romance, Fantasy • Tags: Parallel Dimension, Gun Violence, Crossworlds Traveler, Steamy Kiss, Serial Killer, Rich Male Lead, Lovers Separated, Attempted Murder, Murder, Fight (Vote or add tags) • Country: South Korea • Type: Drama • Episodes: 16 • Aired: Jul 20, 2016 - Sep 14, 2016 • Aired On: Wednesday, Thursday • Original Network: MBC • Duration: 60 min.

• Score: 8.5 (scored by 71,422 users) • Ranked: #317 • Popularity: #5 • Content Rating: 15+ - Teens 15 or older • Watchers: 133,260 • Favorites: 0 Rewatch Value 7.0 Ah, W.

How I was looking forward to writing this review. W was certainly one of the most anticipated dramas of the season, and for good reason: a creative storyline paired with an exemplary leading cast. I, like many others, was captivated by the idea of a webtoon coming to life.

And Lee Jong Suk? Huehue. Say w tv series more. The writers of the show crafted a plot that is bound to keep you on your toes and send your brain into overdrive. It’s not the most intelligent story I’ve seen. At times it's confusing and borders on being nonsensical, but it’s logical enough to make it worth watching.

W is especially intriguing because of its unpredictability - even if you grow used to the plot, each new problem creates an addicting mystery. You become determined to understand exactly what will happen next. While I enjoyed W and the anxiety its suspense caused me, this drama is not perfect. A show amazing in concept, it fails to deliver in some of the most important aspects.

One thing I found particularly problematic was the romance. Some might disagree, but I found Kang Chul and Yeon Joo’s loveline to be one of the most poorly-written in any K-drama I’ve seen.

I’ll admit that there was incredible potential in their relationship. However, the writers never give you any reason to like this couple except that they just are a couple w tv series it’s the unspoken drama rule that because they’re the main characters, they have to be together.

Fair enough, but that doesn’t get my heart racing.

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Is the romance necessary? Yes - to an extent. Love is the easiest way to connect the two w tv series characters. But trust me; that romance sucks badly. In the beginning episodes, you find it cute. What’s not adorable about a cool guy who’s curious about this ditzy girl? Then, you suddenly hit the point of doubt: but…but why, though? Why are they together? How? Sadly, there is no satisfying answer to these questions. Yet, as much of a letdown as the romance was, what ultimately kept me from giving this show a higher score was its characters.

I have a burning passion for well-written characters, and I thought W would be the perfect drama to see it being done. The idea of the story is that the boundaries between reality and fiction are blurred, causing a mere created character to act and feel as a real human does.

What we viewers deserve out of such a concept are heart-wrenching characters whose personalities you could find within a human in this world; who would persuade you that creations are self-aware. But disappointingly, nearly every single one of W’s characters are dull.

Strangely enough, the best example is Kang Chul. Our main character happens to be perfect. That sounds great! He’s rich, goodlooking, with an incredible sense of justice (this is where I swoon). He wants desperately to live, and you feel for him because…well, he’s not just a webtoon character; he’s a human being goddammit!

Look at his perfect skin. And his eyes (oh his eyes).

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Also his backstory is so sad! But there’s something sadder than his backstory - his personality, which is as two-dimensional as the lines that were drawn to create him.

I’ve seen a lot of people share the w tv series justification for why he has no real flaws: he’s a webtoon character, thus not real, thus does not have to be bound by the unspoken law that all people are imperfect. Fine; that makes sense. But isn’t that ironic? His whole gist is that he’s a human being. Where does he come off claiming such a thing if he’s so flawless? You’ll begrudgingly accept this character because of Lee Jong Suk, but that’ll be the extent of it.

And, the side characters are just that - w tv series characters. Oh, sure, they exist. Yet I never really cared about them. Most of the time, they were convenient plot devices, not people. (I’ll say that I did very much like the role of Yeon Joo’s father - out of everyone, he feels the most realistic.) If this were any other drama, I would let this go.

I understand that a show can’t have everything, and characters are often the afterthought in the face of such a complex plot. However, I want to make it clear that if the writers are going to create a show based around the idea that these webtoon characters seem human, then they have to create characters that are human, and as a result, elicit my empathy.

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By the end, W tv series should have been setting up a shrine in my house and counting prayer beads in hopes that they all get a happy ending! Uh…maybe that’s an exaggeration. But do you get me? I know this review sounds bad, but I do want to get across that altogether, I did have a good time with W.

Doesn’t sound like it, but it’s true! Its problems may be obvious, yet its strengths are enough to keep you going. Its control over suspense had me hiding behind my hands at certain parts. And the cast itself is great - particularly the actor portraying Yeon Joo’s father; I cried womanly tears for you, sir. I’ve never watched Han Hyo Joo on screen before, but I did enjoy her role and thought she did a pretty good job with her character. I will also again emphasize my love for Lee Jong Suk: those emotive eyes.

Gah. Almost made me like Kang Chul. I recommend you to watch this drama, but simultaneously caution yourself against the blinding hype that it received. The end product of this show was nothing near to the perfection that I expected it to have, but it also wasn’t anything close to being bad.

Don’t expect a masterpiece. Watch it; have fun with it! Read More Rewatch Value 3.0 When I was little, I wished I was born a cartoon character or that I'll magically find myself inside my favorite story under the influence of an uncanny occurrence.

Along came W with the scenario of my dreams and mostly ruined it. But I learned my lesson: "Entering a cartoon is no child play!" It's not a messy writer's mission either. Here's the problem: W aspired to be a lot of things: a mind-blowing, thought-provoking fantasy, a boundary-breaking love story, a thriller and a creeper, and perhaps a journey of finding oneself.

Unfortunately, it failed on most fronts, but I'm not surprised. First and foremost, we have to accredit the writer for tackling such fresh premise and attempting to explore the themes of creator/creation and free-will/predestination in such a creative way. However, unlike her previous works the writer failed to create clear and sound rules governing the travel between these two worlds.

You might scream: "But, it's a FANTASY!" Then, I'll scream back: "Even fantasy has to have solid rules; otherwise, it's magical realism or Deus ex Machina conveniently controlling events." It's hard to highlight this part without giving up the story. One might claim that the rules of entering/leaving the world were clear from the beginning.

It's not true, though! We were never told why and how Yoon Joo was going in when the tablet wasn't involved.

Then, there's the fact that the rules changed over and over again! They worked only when it was appropriate for the narrative. Many times, major dangers could've been avoided by simply using the rules. In all honesty, I have attempted to rationalize the show's plot more than once; I always ended w tv series with a severe headache. It's either the plot is a collection of holes bridged by Deus ex Machina or I'm too stupid to get it.

But I could've w tv series enjoyed the show, lapses of logic and all, had the writer tried to make her characters realistic. Isn't it ironic that the writer who criticized other drama writers for resorting to cliches to move their stories, didn't bother to give her own characters identities of their own?! Take Yoon W tv series for example.

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What is she other than the love interest? What do we know about her other than she'll do anything to be with Chul? For the love of God, the girl had cotton candy for brains and I was supposed to believe that she's a surgical intern.

Yoon Joo was willing to desert her ENTIRE universe so she can play romance of the day with her fictional crush. How am I supposed to respect her? I'm a fangirl, mind you!

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But I still can tell the difference between fangirling and falling in love. The writer and Yoon Joo obviously couldn't. If I were to believe that Yoon Joo fell for Chul because he's her forever crush, why did he fall for her (over and over again)? There was a painful lack of buildup for that romance. The show ended and I was still wondering: Why were those two a couple? Why the hell I'm supposed to root for them? They might've been cute together. But that was all they ever were! Then, there was Chul.

His life, his whole existence was a tragedy but he was a protagonist who had free-will in a predestined world. In his journey of finding himself, Kang Chul was supposed to prove his humanity. Curiously enough, I found his reactions to the world and to everything to be human in the first half of the story. However, the more he approaches the real world, the more he becomes robotic.

Ultimately, he became so bland it was dull to watch him, much less to care for him. (again it's hard to explain without spoiling). The most interesting and the only well-acted character was Oh Song Moon. I want to take a moment to applaud the acting. The levels of darkness and petty he fell into were very well acted. Unfortunately, the depth of this character was never fathomed. He was shoved away in favor of the stupid never-was-romance. His relationship with his daughter, his fears, his failures, his love were all thrown down the drain.

He became a walking plot-device himself. The acting in w tv series show was uneven. Kim Eui Seong did wonders with his characters where Han Hyo Joo moves around with 3 annoying facial expressions (maybe four if you count her sleeping face :P).

W certainly uncovered Lee Jong Suk's acting limitations. He fairs well in cute and playboy, but other than some particular scenes, his acting grew cumbersome to watch, even cringe-worthy at the end. Those crying scenes anyone?! A shout out to Crazy Dog w tv series Soo Bong: those two were my rays of the sunshine in the dark! Crazy Dog spoke my mind and Soo Bong was the only one who played bewilderment and every other shocked emotion well.

In short, visually captivating, definitely mind-boggling and occasionally a bit creepy, W might have started with a promise but ended with a letdown.

Watch it if you're a fan of the actors or of twisty-twisted plots that leave you with more questions than answers, but don't expect any character to come off as human. Read More none
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• W: Two Worlds • W: Two Worlds Apart Genre Fantasy Romance Comedy Thriller Action Written by Song Jae-jung Directed by Jung Dae-yoon Creative directors Kim Seul-ah Kang Hee-ju Jung Yoo-jin Jung Jin-chul Starring Lee Jong-suk Han Hyo-joo Country of origin South Korea Original language Korean No.

of episodes 16 Production Executive producer Son Hyung-suk Producers Oh Min-su Kim Sang-hun Cinematography Jun Byung-mun Min Sung-wook Editor Oh Serena Running time 70 minutes Production company Chorokbaem Media Distributor MBC Release Original network MBC TV Picture format 1080i ( HDTV) W tv series release July 20 ( 2016-07-20) – September 14, 2016 ( 2016-09-14) W ( Korean: 더블유; RR: Deobeuryu) is a 2016 South Korean television series, starring Lee Jong-suk and Han Hyo-joo.

[1] [2] Consisting of 16 episodes, it aired on W tv series and Thursdays at 22:00 ( KST) on MBC from July 20 to September 14, 2016. [3] W centers on the clash between "two worlds": the real w tv series and an alternate universe inside a webtoon, from which the title of the television series was taken. [4] [5] The series received praise for its unique premise and ranked first in Content Power Index in its premiere week. [6] It achieved modest ratings of 11.63%, topping viewership ratings in its time slot for its entire run.

[7] Contents • 1 Plot • 2 Cast • 2.1 Main • 2.2 Supporting • 2.2.1 Characters from the webtoon W • 2.2.2 People around Oh Yeon-joo • 2.3 Extended • 2.4 Special appearances • 3 Production • 4 Original soundtrack • 4.1 Part 1 • 4.2 Part 2 • 4.3 Part 3 • 4.4 Part 4 • 4.5 Part 5 • 4.6 Part 6 • 4.7 Part 7 • 4.8 Part 8 • 4.9 Part 9 • 4.9.1 Charted songs • 4.10 Album charts • 5 Ratings • 6 Other adaptations • 7 Awards and nominations • 8 References • 9 External links Plot [ edit ] The series focuses on the eponymous fictional webtoon entitled W, written and illustrated by its legendary author and illustrator Oh Seong-moo ( Kim Eui-sung) which begins to function on its own, like a distinct reality.

W became so famous in South Korea that even its printed versions became best-sellers there. The storyline of the webtoon W starts with the younger years of its main character Kang Chul ( Lee Jong-suk), a handsome and intelligent boy who is also skilled in shooting. He becomes famous in South Korea for winning the 50-metre pistol shoot at the 2004 Athens Olympics. But this fame is interrupted when the unknown Murderer massacres his family, and he is erroneously accused of the crime.

Another villain, Han Cheol-ho ( Park Won-sang), handles the case to gain political popularity, urging the court to impose the death penalty upon Kang Chul. Despite his efforts, Kang Chul is deemed innocent of the crime. Depressed over losing his family, he attempts suicide over the Han River but stops himself and chooses to search for the real killer instead and devote his life to crime-fighting.

Ten years later, Kang Chul has become a multimillionaire. He starts "Project W" in an effort to catch the real culprit behind his family's death; part of the project is his television broadcasting company dubbed "W," after the initials of the interrogatives w tv series and "why" (hence, the title of the webtoon). One night, he receives a suspicious phone call and is severely injured by the same mysterious Murderer on the rooftop of his penthouse. Then even stranger things happen when the illustrator's daughter Oh Yeon-joo ( Han Hyo-joo) accidentally enters the comic world.

The story turns on the question whether he will be able to have a happy ending. Cast [ edit ] Main [ edit ] • Lee Jong-suk as Kang Chul The lead character of the popular comic series W. He is the co-CEO of the e-commerce company JN Global, owner of broadcasting channel W and an Olympic gold medalist in shooting in his youth.

His family was murdered by an elusive Murderer, yet W tv series Chul was immediately suspected to be the killer due to his shooting background. After being proven innocent, Kang Chul seeks vengeance on the Murderer through his broadcasting channel W. When he is stabbed on the rooftop of his penthouse by the Murderer, he meets Oh Yeon-joo who saves his life and with whom he falls in love.

• Han Hyo-joo as Oh Yeon-joo • Hyun Seung-min as teenage Yeon-joo • Park Min-ha as child Yeon-joo A second-year resident cardiothoracic surgeon in Myung-sei Hospital. She is the daughter of the Oh Seong-moo, author and illustrator of the famous webtoon W.

A fan of her father's work, she goes to his studio to investigate his sudden disappearance. There, she is pulled into W's alternate universe and meets its protagonist Kang Chul, with whom she eventually falls in love. Supporting [ edit ] Characters from the webtoon W [ edit ] • Kim Eui-sung as Han W tv series The real killer of Kang Chul's family.

His identity is not revealed until much later, and his face resembles the comic series's author Oh Seong-moo. Before Seong-moo gives him a name and face, he mostly appears as a shadowy, faceless human form. • Jung Yoo-jin as Yoon So-hee [8] Kang Chul's long-time secretary and his friend since they were in high school.

Her romantic feelings for Kang Chul are subtly alluded to throughout the series through her actions and behavior around him, which lead to readers’ general expectations of their marriage.

Originally intended to be the main female character, who would later become Kang Chul's love interest, she is replaced by Yeon-joo when Kang Chul falls in love with her. • Lee Tae-hwan as Seo Do-yoon [8] Kang Chul's loyal bodyguard and close friend. Using his knowledge of martial arts, he trained Kang Chul to fight and is always alongside him in beating bad guys.

• Park Won-sang as Han Cheol-ho A secondary antagonist of the webtoon. He is a power-hungry w tv series and a member of Congress who is also the presidential prospect of a new democratic party. To gain political popularity, he becomes the prosecutor in charge of Kang Chul's case when the latter was accused of his family's murder. • Cha Kwang-soo [ ko] as Son Hyun-seok The director of Project W, a program specializing in criminal investigation, and the general manager of the broadcasting channel W.

People around Oh Yeon-joo [ edit ] • Kim Eui-sung as Oh Seong-moo Yeon-joo's father and a famous artist who created the webtoon W. Once a failed webtoon artist, alcoholic and divorcé, he gains popularity from W. However, he notices that his webtoon and its characters have taken on a reality of their own.

As a result, he perceives Kang Chul as a monster and seeks to eliminate him. • Lee Si-eon as Park Soo-bong [9] A disciple of Seong-moo and confidant of Yeon-joo • Nam Gi-ae as Gil Soo-sun Yeon-joo's mother and Seong-moo's ex-wife. • Heo Jung-do [ ko] as Park Min-soo Cardiothoracic surgeon and Professor at Myung-sei Hospital. He is a passionate fan of W • Kang Ki-young as Kang Suk-beom [8] Second-year resident cardiothoracic surgeon at Myung-sei Hospital and Yeon-joo's friend • Lee Se-rang [ ko] as Gil Soo-young Yeon-joo's aunt • Ryu Hye-rin as Sun-mi Sung-moo's disciple • Yang Hye-ji as Yoon-hee Sung-moo's disciple Extended [ edit ] • Kim Ik-tae [ ko] as Assemblyman • Noh Haeng-ha [ ko] as Kim Yoo-ri Nurse at Myung-sei Hospital.

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• Ri Min [ ko] as Team Leader Park • Seo Gwang-jae [ ko] • Yang Seung-geol [ ko] • Seol Ji-yoon [ ko] • Park Geon-ryool • Lee Yoon-sang • Yeo Woon-bok • Oh Hee-joon as Motel receptionist • Kang Chan-yang • Park Sung-taek [ ko] • Dong Yoon-seok • Hwang Yoon-geol [ ko] • Kim Kwang-hyun [ ko] • Min Joon-ho • Yoo Pil-ran • W tv series Seon-woong [ ko] • Jang Moon-seok [ ko] • Cheon Ye-won [ ko] • Park Geon-rak [ ko] • Jo Sung-hee [ ko] • Joo Dong-hee Special appearances [ edit ] • Park Choong-seon [ ko] as Kang Yoon – Chul's father • Kim Na-woon as Yoon Mi-ho – Chul's mother (episode 1) • Seo Shin-ae as Kang Soo-yeon – Chul's sister (episode 1) • Choi Min-young as Kang Joon-seok – Chul's brother (episode 1) • Hwang Seok-jeong as Webtoon Writer (episode 6) • Ahn Se-ha as Kim Poong-ho – Yeon-joo's blind date (episode 6) • Kim Jung-geun [ ko] as Anchorman (episodes 1, 4) • Heo Il-hoo Production [ edit ] The series is helmed by director Jung Dae-yoon, who directed She Was Pretty w tv series writer Song Jae-jung whose previous works include Nine: Nine Time Travels and Queen In-hyun's Man.

[3] The first script reading of the drama was held in May 2016. [10] The drama is Han Hyo-joo's small screen comeback after six years.

[11] Original soundtrack [ edit ] W : Original Soundtrack Soundtrack album by Various Artists Released 2016 Genre Pop, K-pop, soundtrack Label Sebunguri/Star&Tree/ LOEN L200001314 Producer Son Nak-hee, Kim Young-ho ( both executive) Part 1 [ edit ] No. Title Lyrics Music Artist Length 1. " Where Are U" (내가 너에게 가던 네가 나에게 오던) Seo Dong-sung Park Sung-il (Copykumo) Jung Joon-young 4:19 2. " Where Are U" (Inst.) Park Sung-il (Copykumo) 4:19 Total length: 8:38 Part 2 [ edit ] No.

Title Lyrics Music Artist Length 1. " Please Say Something, Even Though It Is a Lie" (거짓말이라도 해줘요) Red Socks, Choi Jae-woo Red Socks Park Bo-ram 3:33 2. " Please Say Something, Even Though It Is a Lie" (Inst.) Red Socks 3:33 Total length: 7:06 Part 3 [ edit ] No. Title Lyrics Music Artist Length 1. " In the Illusion" (환상 속의 그대) Leah Min-young Park (Hwayobi), Lee Cheol-joo (Basick) Park Sung-il (Copykumo) Basick & Inkii [ ko] 4:09 2. " In the Illusion" (Inst.) Park Sung-il (Copykumo) 4:09 Total length: 8:18 Part 4 [ edit ] No.

Title Lyrics Music Artist Length 1. " Remember" (기억) 5ily, Choi Kang 5ily KCM 4:13 2. " Remember" (Inst.) 5ily 4:13 Total length: 8:26 Part 5 [ edit ] No. Title Lyrics Music Artist Length 1. " Falling" Han Joon, Benjamin K Lee Yoo-jin Jo Hyun-ah ( Urban Zakapa) 3:21 2. " Falling" (Inst.) Lee Yoo-jin w tv series Total length: w tv series Part 6 [ edit ] No. Title Lyrics Music Artist Length 1. " My Heart" (내 맘) Cadence, Seo Jae-ha, Kim Young-sung Cadence, Seo Jae-ha, Kim Young-sung Jeon Woo-sung ( Noel) 3:52 2.

" My Heart" (Inst.) Cadence, Seo Jae-ha, Kim Young-sung 3:52 Total length: 7:44 Part 7 [ edit ] No. Title Lyrics Music Artist Length 1. " You And I" (그대와 나) Shoulder Bully (어깨깡패) Shoulder Bully (어깨깡패) Ahn Hyun-jeong 3:45 2.

" You And I" (Inst.) Shoulder Bully (어깨깡패) 3:45 Total length: 7:30 Part 8 [ edit ] No. Title Lyrics Music Artist Length 1. " Draw a Love" (사랑을 그려요) Han Joon, Benjamin K Tom & Jerry Navi [ ko] 3:59 2.

" Draw a Love" (Inst.) Tom & Jerry 3:59 Total length: 7:58 Part 9 [ edit ] No. Title Lyrics Music Artist Length 1. " Without You" (니가 없는 난) Red Socks Red Socks N ( VIXX) & W tv series ( Melody Day) 4:34 2. " Without You" (Inst.) Red Socks 4:34 Total length: 9:08 Disc 2: No. Title Artist Length 1. "Title of W" (Opening Title) Various Artists 0:44 2. "A New Variable" Various Artists 1:17 3. "Black Shadow" Various Artists 2:44 4.

"Collapsed Dimensions" Various Artists 4:00 5. "Crazy Dog, Professor Park" Various Artists 2:03 6. "Forgotten Memory" Various Artists 2:02 7. "Falsified Incident" Various Artists 2:04 8. "Hidden Content" Various Artists 3:27 9. "I want to erase sadness" Various Artists 3:38 10. "I Love you" Various Artists 1:59 11. "I've changed the heroine" Various Artists 2:17 12. "It is your setting" Various Artists 2:38 13. "Instead of being eaten, I will be eating" Various Artists 2:27 14.

"Key to my life" Various Artists 3:23 15. "Like normal couples" Various Artists 3:02 16. "Lost Time" Various Artists 2:38 17.

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"Moment of Decision" Various Artists 3:08 18. "Meaning of ring" Various Artists 4:19 19. "No Dark Entity" Various Artists 4:51 20.

"Non-existent Existence" Various Artists 1:56 21. "Nice to meet you Kang Chul fan!" Various Artists 2:22 22. "Ordinary Happiness" Various Artists 2:42 23. "Reason w tv series Existence" Lee Yun Ji 2:10 24.

"Real Criminal's Face" Various Artists 2:33 25. "Sour Charm" Various Artists 2:38 26. "Today's Homework" Various Artists 2:14 27. "Two worlds, One heart" Various Artists 3:13 28. "10 years of waiting" Various Artists 2:35 29. "To be continued" Various Artists 3:46 30.

"Twisted Fact" Various Artists 2:07 31. "The strongest type of abnormal" Various Artists 2:07 32. "Win a losing game" Various Artists 2:14 33. "When I feel I'm into you" Various Artists 2:59 34. "Wish to happy ending" Various Artists 3:22 35. "Why did you look at me like this?" Various Artists 2:22 36.

"W (Main Theme)" Various Artists 3:57 37. "Wealthy young man, Kang Chul" Various Artists 2:35 38. "World within webtoon" Various Artists 2:26 Charted songs [ edit ] Title Year W tv series chart positions Sales [12] Remarks KOR Gaon "Where Are U" ( Jung Joon-young) 2016 67 • KOR: 121,780+ Part 1 "Please Say Something Even Though It Is A Lie" ( Park Bo-ram) 30 • KOR: 214,865+ Part 2 w tv series (Jo Hyun-ah ( Urban Zakapa)) 60 • KOR: 60,637+ Part 5 "Without You" ( N ( VIXX) & Yeoeun ( Melody Day)) 98 • KOR: 26,260+ Part 9 Album charts [ edit ] Chart (2016) Peak position South Korea ( Gaon Album Chart) [13] 16 Taiwan (FIVE-MUSIC Album Chart) [14] 17 Ratings [ edit ] In the table below, the blue numbers represent the lowest ratings and the red numbers represent the highest ratings.

Ep. Original broadcast date Average audience share TNmS [15] AGB Nielsen [16] Nationwide Seoul Nationwide Seoul 1 July w tv series, 2016 9.9% (10th) 11.3% (7th) 8.6% (17th) 10.4% (10th) 2 July 21, 2016 10.1% (9th) 11.5% (5th) 9.5% (12th) 10.7% (10th) 3 July 27, 2016 11.6% (7th) 13.7% (4th) 12.9% (4th) 15.0% (4th) 4 July 28, 2016 13.4% (5th) 14.7% (4th) 12.9% (4th) 14.3% (4th) 5 August 3, 2016 15.1% (3rd) 17.8% (1st) 13.5% (3rd) 14.3% (3rd) 6 August 4, 2016 14.2% (5th) 15.9% (2nd) 12.2% (4th) 12.2% (4th) 7 August 10, 2016 15.2% (4th) 17.3% (2nd) 13.8% (4th) 14.7% (3rd) 8 August 17, 2016 13.5% (5th) 15.0% (4th) 12.2% (5th) 13.3% (4th) 9 August 18, 2016 12.7% (4th) 14.7% (3rd) 11.3% (7th) 12.5% (5th) 10 August 24, 2016 13.9% (5th) 15.3% (3rd) 12.3% (6th) 13.7% (4th) 11 August 25, 2016 14.6% (6th) 15.8% (5th) 12.2% (6th) 12.8% (5th) 12 August 31, 2016 13.3% (6th) 15.1% (5th) 11.1% (7th) 12.0% (5th) 13 September 1, 2016 12.9% (6th) 15.0% (3rd) 11.9% (5th) 13.2% (5th) 14 September 7, 2016 13.1% (5th) 15.3% (3rd) 10.9% (5th) 11.8% (4th) 15 September 8, 2016 11.8% (6th) 14.1% (4th) 11.4% (6th) 12.3% (4th) 16 September 14, 2016 10.6% (4th) 10.9% (4th) 9.3% (7th) 9.8% (6th) Average 12.87% 14.59% 11.63% 12.69% *Episode 8 was not aired on Thursday August 11 due to broadcast of the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

This episode was aired on Wednesday August 17, 2016. [17] Other adaptations [ edit ] A Thai remake of the drama, Switch On was aired on Channel 3 on November 19, 2021. [18] An American adaptation, titled Angel City was in development at The CW.

The project will be produced by CBS Studios with Craig Plestis as executive producer. [19] [20] W: Two Worlds, a webtoon based on the drama was created in 2021. [21] Awards and nominations [ edit ] Year Award Category Recipient Result Ref. 2016 5th APAN Star Awards Top Excellence Award, Actor in a Miniseries Lee Jong-suk Nominated Top Excellence Award, Actress in a Miniseries Han Hyo-joo Won [22] Best Supporting Actor Kim Eui-sung Won Best Couple Award Lee Jong-suk and Han Hyo-joo Nominated 1st Asia Artist Awards Best Artist Award, actor Lee Jong-suk Nominated Best Artist Award, actress Han Hyo-joo Nominated 36th MBC Drama Awards Drama of the Year W Won Grand Prize / Daesang (Determined through fan votes) [23] Lee Jong-suk Won [24] Han Hyo-joo Nominated Top Excellence Award, Actor in a Miniseries Lee Jong-suk Won [24] Top Excellence Award, Actress in a Miniseries Han Hyo-joo Won Golden Acting Award, Actor in a Miniseries Kim Eui-sung Won Writer of the Year Song Jae-jung Won Best New Actor Lee Si-eon Nominated Lee Tae-hwan Nominated Best New Actress Jung Yoo-jin Nominated Best Couple Award Lee Jong-suk and Han Hyo-joo Won [24] Kim Eui-sung and Lee Si-eon Nominated Korea Content Awards Prime Minister Commendation Song Jae-jung Won [25] 2017 Korea Communications Commission Broadcasting Awards Korean Wave Program Excellence Prize W Won [26] 50th WorldFest Houston International Film Festival Special Jury Award Won [27] 53rd Baeksang Arts Awards Best Drama Nominated [28] Best Director Jung Dae-yoon Nominated Best Screenplay Song Jae-jung Nominated [29] Seoul International Drama Awards Outstanding Korean Drama W Won [30] References [ edit ] • ^ Kim, Soo-hyang.

"Lee Jong-suk and Han Hyo-joo in new drama 'W' ". The Korea Herald. Retrieved April 7, 2016. • ^ Jang, Jin-ri (March 29, 2016). ‘더블유’ 이종석-한효주, 7월 안방 특급 커플이 뜬다. TenAsia (in Korean) .

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Retrieved April 7, 2016. • ^ a b "Worlds of reality, fantasy meet in "W" ". The Korea Times. July 19, 2016. • ^ "Cartoon hero meets doctor in new sci-fi drama". Yonhap News Agency.

July w tv series, 2016. • ^ "Two worlds collide in MBC mini-series 'W' ". The Korea Herald. July 19, 2016. • ^ "Reality and webcomic world collide in 'W' ". The Korea Times. August 3, 2016. • ^ "Sci-fi drama 'W' takes top spot on CPI chart". Yonhap News Agency.

August 2, 2016. Retrieved January 12, 2017. • ^ a b c " "W" to feature Lee Tae-hwan, Lee Si-eon, Jung Yoo-jin". Hancinema. edaily. May 12, 2016. • ^ "Lee Si-eon joins Han Hyo-joo and Lee Jong-suk for drama 'W' ".

Hancinema. Star News. May 14, 2016. • ^ " 'W' Han Hyo-joo and Lee Jong-suk join for first script reading session, drama to premiere on July 20". Hancinema. Xports News. May 23, 2016. • ^ "Han Hyo-joo to return to TV after 6 years". The Korea Times. March 29, 2016. Retrieved April 7, 2016.

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• ^ "Gaon Download Chart". Gaon. Archived from the original on March 10, 2017. Retrieved March 3, 2016. • ^ "Gaon Album Chart". Gaon Chart (in Korean). 2016 [September 25 – October 1]. Retrieved October 11, 2016. • ^ "FIVE-MUSIC Korea-Japan Album Chart". FIVE-MUSIC (in Chinese). 2016 [39th Week]. To access, select the indicated week and year in the bottom-left corner • ^ "TNmS Daily Ratings: this links to current day-select the date from drop down menu".

TNmS Ratings (in Korean). Archived from the original on November 28, 2013. Retrieved July 21, 2016. • ^ "AGB Daily Ratings: this links to current day-select the date from drop down menu". AGB Nielsen Media Research (in Korean). Archived from the original on March 17, 2017. Retrieved July 21, 2016. • ^ "The MBC broadcasting schedule on August 11, 2016" (in Korean).

Retrieved August 10, 2016. • ^ Magazine, Adobo (November 5, 2021). "Entertainment: TrueID streams Thai remake of K-Drama 'W' called 'Switch On' this November".

adobo Magazine Online. Retrieved February w tv series, 2022. • ^ White, Peter (April 1, 2021). " 'The Masked Singer' EP Craig Plestis Moves Into Scripted With Korean Supernatural Format 'W: Two Worlds' For CBS Studios". Deadline Hollywood. Retrieved April 1, 2021. • ^ White, Peter (November 4, 2021). "Genre-Bending Drama 'Angel City' In The Works At The CW From Craig Plestis, Damon Wayans Jr., Corinne Brinkerhoff, Jen Braeden & Heather Thomason".

Deadline. • ^ "W: Two Worlds". Retrieved December 9, 2021. • ^ "[2016 APAN] 송중기, 생애 첫 대상 해냈다…조진웅 최우수상 (종합)". My Daily (in Korean). October 2, 2016. • ^ "Winner Of Grand W tv series For 2016 MBC Drama Awards Determined By Viewer Votes". MBC. • ^ a b c "[MBC 연기대상] 맥락 있는 시청자 선택=이종석…안방점령 'W' 7관왕(종합)". JoongAng Ilbo (in Korean). December 31, 2016. • ^ "2016 대한민국 콘텐츠대상에 김은희 작가·이완희 PD(종합)" (in Korean). Yonhap News Agency. December 6, 2016. • ^ 방통위, '2017 방송통신위원회 방송대상' 시상식 개최.

ET News (in Korean). July 30, 2017. Archived from the original on May 27, 2017. • ^ " 'W' wins Special Jury award at WorldFest-Houston film fest". The Korea Herald. April 30, 2017. • ^ "공유·박보검·남궁민·한석규…백상예술대상 男TV연기상 4파전". Star News (in Korean). April 7, 2017.

• ^ " '도봉순' 2개 노미네이트…박보검·박보영 참석 확정 [SDA 2017 종합]". August 17, 2017. Retrieved August 18, 2017. • ^ "[SDA2017] '구르미', 한류드라마 최우수상…우수상은 'W'·'닥터스' ". My Daily (in Korean). September 7, 2017. Retrieved September 7, 2017. External links [ edit ] • W at HanCinema • W at IMDb • W at Daum (in Korean) • W at Naver Movies (in Korean) • The Slave Hunters • Ojakgyo Family • High Kick: Revenge of the Short Legged • Salamander Guru and The Shadows • Standby • Queen and I • Jeon Woo-chi • Nine • Potato Star 2013QR3 • Say I Love You • High School King of Savvy • The Three Musketeers • Heart to Heart • The Producers • Oh My Ghost • Another Miss Oh • W • Our Gap-soon • Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok-joo • Duel • Hit the Top • My Mister • Mistress • Familiar Wife • Memories of the Alhambra • Liver or Die • Rookie Historian Goo Hae-ryung 2020s Hidden categories: • CS1 uses Korean-language script (ko) • CS1 Korean-language sources (ko) • CS1 Chinese-language sources (zh) • Articles with short description • Short description matches Wikidata • Use mdy dates from February 2020 • Articles containing Korean-language text • Interlanguage link template existing link • Articles with hAudio microformats • Album infoboxes lacking a cover • Album articles lacking alt w tv series for covers • HanCinema drama ID same as Wikidata • Articles with Korean-language sources (ko) • العربية • Azərbaycanca • Български • Brezhoneg • Català • Čeština • Dansk • Deutsch • Eesti • Ελληνικά • Español • Euskara • فارسی • Français • 한국어 • Հայերեն • Bahasa Indonesia • Italiano • Kreyòl ayisyen • Magyar • Bahasa Melayu • 日本語 • Polski • Português • Română • Русский • Suomi • Svenska • ไทย • Türkçe • Українська • Tiếng Việt • 中文 Edit links • This page was last edited on 15 April 2022, at 14:41 (UTC).

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