The highly-anticipated, webtoon-based K-Drama Sweet Home premiered globally as a Netflix original series on December 18…

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… and it is, expectedly, smashing records! Only two days following the premiere, Sweet Home‘s gnarly monster-filled episodes have enchanted viewers around the world.

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According to FlixPatrol‘s rankings as of December 20, Sweet Home placed 8th on the “Top 10 TV Shows on Netflix in the World”…

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… as well as 8th on Netflix’s “Top 10 TV Shows in the U.S. Today”.

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That said, Sweet Home became the first-ever Korean drama to make it on to the U.S. Top 10 — since Netflix introduced the official internal ranking system!

Sweet Home has been at the center of attention since its production announcement — being dubbed the most expensive K-Drama to be made a Netflix original series.

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And thanks to the extravagance in its production, like the three acres of filming set that is the Green Home apartment building where the humans vs. monsters battle it out for survival…

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Sweet Home boasts incredible video and audio quality, which explains the success! While there is a second season for release in 2021 in the talks, nothing has been confirmed as of yet.

Looks like all K-Drama fans, who’ve binged the first 10 episodes in one sitting, will be wishing for the same thing this holiday!