Monday-Tuesday K-Dramas’ ratings are back! Which drama came first in the ratings this week?
Currently airing at the same time and on the main channels are “Item” (MBC), “Haechi” (SBS) and “My Lawyer, Mr. Jo 2” (KBS) at 10 pm KST. On cable channels and at different time, there are “He is Psychometric” (tvN) and “Dazzling” (JTBC) at 9:30 pm KST.
“Dazzling” ended this week. From next week “Welcome To Waikiki” Season 2 will start with Kim SunHo, Lee YiKyung, Shin HyunSoo, Moon GaYoung, Ahn SoHee, and Kim YeWon.
According to Nielsen Korea, the ratings on Mar. 18 are the following. On the main channels at 10 pm, “Haechi” was first with 5.5 and 7% (21-22th episode), “My Lawyer, Mr. Jo 2” was second with 5 and 6% (33-34th episode) and “Item” was third with 2.9 and 3.5 % (21-22th episode). On the cable channels at 9:30 pm, “Dazzling” was first with 8.5% (11th episode) and “He is Psychometric” was second with 1.9% (3rd episode).
According to Nielsen Korea, the ratings on Mar. 19 are the following. On the main channels at 10 pm, “Haechi” was first with 5.7 and 6.7% (23-24th episode), “My Lawyer, Mr. Jo 2” was second with 5.1 and 6% (35-36th episode) and “Item” was third with 2.8 and 3.5 % (23-24th episode). On the cable channels at 9:30 pm, “Dazzling” was first with 9.7% (12th and final episode) and “He is Psychometric” was second with 2.1% (4th episode).
“Dazzling” is actually number one drama in terms of ratings among Monday-Tuesday dramas. It is winning the main channels’ dramas. For the past week, the drama ratings have been rising constantly and significantly. With its final episode, the drama reached its best-ever ratings by almost reaching a two digit number.
“Haechi” was first in terms of ratings among the main channels but the drama continues to lose ratings.
“My Lawyer, Mr. Jo 2” also lost ratings.
“Item” kept its last place in the ratings with decreasing ratings.
“He is Psychometric” decreased of ratings.
You can check last week’s ratings of Monday-Tuesday dramas here.
Did you start “He Is Psychometric”?
Main Channels: Korea’s three major broadcasting networks including KBS, MBC and SBS.
Cable Channels: JTBC, tvN, MBN, Olive, OCN, and others