This Saturday’s Kdrama ratings was a very tough and packed competition. With Yumi’s Cells and Hometown Cha Cha Cha maintaining high viewership ratings ever since the first episode, “One The Woman” takes up the number one position. Read on to know more about the ratings and reviews for the latest KDramas the industry came up with.
KDRAMA RATING BATTLE
On September 25, tvN’s newly airing Kdrama “Yumi’s Cells” garnered its highest audience ratings currently in its fourth episode. According to Nielsen Korea, the comedy series starring Kim Go Eun and Ahn Bo Hyun received an average national average of 2.5 per cent, setting a new personal record for the game. “Yumi Cells” has also reached very high rates however among key individuals aged 20 to 49, who also receive an average of 2.4 per cent nationwide. Kim Go Eun was last seen in “The King: The eternal monarch” opposite Lee Min Ho.
Meanwhile, tvN’s “Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha” has enjoyed a significant increase in viewing of its latest episode, which took first place in its time with a nationwide average of 9.1 per cent. Celebrity actor Kim Seon Ho and Shin Min Ah have also reached new all-time highs among the 20- to 49-year-old viewers, who also averaged 5.3 per cent nationally.
SBS’s new drama “One the Woman,” which held a strong national average of 12.6 per cent, not only took first place in its time but also defended its position as the most-watched service throughout the week.
“ONE THE WOMAN” SCORES HIGHEST RATING
The new comedy series starring Honey Lee and Lee Sang Yoon has also reached its highest levels yet among key figures aged 20 to 49, earning an average rating of 5.6 per cent and continuing the most-watched program of any kind broadcast on any channel in the country week.
After hitting something completely new the night before, MBC’s new spy drama “The Veil” – which will coincide with “One the Woman” – dropped nationally by 8.3 per cent in its fourth episode. Meanwhile, the new KBS 2TV weekend drama “Young Lady and Gentleman” got off to a good start as the much-watched program aired on any channel on Saturday, starting at a strong national rating of 22.7 per cent.
Finally, JTBC’s “Lost” dropped to a whole new level of 1.4 per cent of its latest episode.