K-drama Doctor Stranger, starring Park of My Love From The Star, is popular in China too

Doctor Stranger stars Lee Jong Suk as a surgical genius who flees from North Korea to the South and Jin Se Yeon as his first love. Korean drama Doctor Stranger has gained popularity throughout China, with the number of hits surpassing over 100 m
Doctor Stranger stars Lee Jong Suk as a surgical genius who flees from North Korea to the South and Jin Se Yeon as his first love. Korean drama Doctor Stranger has gained popularity throughout China, with the number of hits surpassing over 100 million as of today, May 30, 2014, Chinese video outlet Youku Tudou revealed. -- PHOTO: ONE

Seoul (The Korea Herald/Asia News Network) - Korean drama Doctor Stranger has gained popularity throughout China, with the number of hits surpassing over 100 million as of today, Chinese video outlets Youku and Tudou revealed.

The success of the SBS drama has mainly been attributed to the star power of the two male leads, Park Hae Jin and Lee Jong Suk.

Park gained stardom in China with the success of SBS drama My Love From The Star. He played Lee Hwi Kyung, the son of a business tycoon with innocent and pure feelings of love for Chun Song Yi, the actress played by Gianna Jun.

Park has starred in four Chinese dramas including Duo Duo's Marriage (2011) and Another Brilliant Life (2012). He is also expected to participate in another Chinese drama, Men 2, this year.

Doctor Stranger also revealed Park's excellent Chinese skills in the eighth episode, with Chinese actor Zhang Liang appearing in a cameo.

Lee is beloved by many Chinese fans for his latest works School 2013 and I Hear Your Voice, that hit the jackpot in the ratings at home and overseas.