Wednesday-Thursday K-Dramas’ ratings are back! Which drama would have come first this week?
“Miss Lee” started with Girl’s Day’s HyeRi, Kim SangKyung, Uhm HyunKyung, and Cha SeoWon.
“Rookie Historian Goo Hae Ryung” ended. From next week on the same time slot on MBC “Extraordinary You” with Kim HyeYoon, SF9‘s RoWoon, APRIL‘s NaEun, Lee JaeWook, Kim YoungDae, Jung GunJoo, Lee TaeRi and more will premiere.
|Sept. 25 (Wednesday)|
|When the Camellia Blooms Ep. 6||KBS||10.0%|
|When the Camellia Blooms Ep. 5||KBS||8.6%|
|Rookie Historian Goo Hae Ryung Ep. 38||MBC||6.2%|
|Rookie Historian Goo Hae Ryung Ep. 37||MBC||4.0%|
|The Running Mates: Human Rights||OCN||1.2%|
|Sept. 26 (Thursday)|
|When the Camellia Blooms Ep. 8||KBS||10.0%|
|When the Camellia Blooms Ep. 7||KBS||7.7%|
|Rookie Historian Goo Hae Ryung Ep. 40||MBC||6.6%|
|Rookie Historian Goo Hae Ryung Ep. 39||MBC||4.5%|
|The Running Mates: Human Rights||OCN||1.1%|
“Rookie Historian Goo Hae Ryung” ended and ratings increased from last week. The drama ended at 6.6%
“Graceful Family” ratings significantly increased from last week.
“The Running Mates: Human Rights” ratings decreased from last week.
“When the Camellia Blooms” ratings increased significantly. The drama is popular and reached its best-ever ratings at 10%.
“Secret Boutique” ratings increased from last week and reached its best-ever ratings at 5.0%.
“Miss Lee” started and increased on its second day.
You can check last week ratings of Wednesday-Thursday dramas here.
Do you like “Rookie Historian Goo Hae Ryung” ending?
? Don’t forget to check Monday-Tuesday Korean Drama Ratings | 4th Week of September. “Welcome 2 Life”, “The Great Show”, “Let Me Hear Your Song”, and “Flower Crew: Joseon Marriage Agency” aired this week.
? Don’t forget to check Friday-Saturday-Sunday | 3rd Week Of September. “Mother of Mine”, “The Golden Garden”, “Arthdal Chronicles”, “Hell is Other People”, “Be Melodramatic”, “Pegasus Market”, and “Vagabond” aired this week.
You can check Wednesday-Thursday dramas pictures below.
Main Channels: Korea’s three major broadcasting networks including KBS, MBC and SBS.
Cable Channels: JTBC, tvN, MBN, Olive, OCN, and others.