Wednesday-Thursday K-Dramas’ ratings are back! Which drama would have come first this week?
Currently airing at the same time and on the main channels are “My Absolute Boyfriend” (SBS), “Doctor Prisoner” (KBS) and “The Banker” (MBC) at 10 pm KST. On cable channels and at a different time, there are “Her Private Life” (tvN) at 9:30 pm and “Save Me 2” (OCN) at 11 pm.
“The Banker” on MBC also ended this week. From next week at 9 pm, “One Spring Night” with Han JiMin, Jung HaeIn, and Kim JunHan will start. MBC decided to move their weekday dramas from 10 to 9 pm KST.
According to Nielsen Korea, the ratings on May 15 are the following. On the main channels at 10 pm, “Doctor Prisoner” was first with 13.2 and 15.8% (31-32th and final episode), “The Banker” was second with 3.6 and 4.3% (29-30th episode) and “My Absolute Boyfriend” was third with 2.1 and 2.4% (1-2nd episode). On the cable, “Her Private Life” had 2.7% (11th episode) and “Save Me 2” had 1.3% (3rd episode).
According to Nielsen Korea, the ratings on May 16 are the following. On the main channels at 10 pm, “The Banker” was first with 5.4 and 7% (31-32th and final episode) and “My Absolute Boyfriend” was second with 3.1 and 3.5% (3-4th episode). On the cable, “Her Private Life” had 2.8% (12th episode) and “Save Me 2” had 1.9% (4th episode).
“Doctor Prisoner” ended with a high rating at 15.8%. It mainly maintained its first place in the ranking throughout its broadcast.
“The Banker” had an impressive climb in ratings with the final episodes. It reached its best ever ratings at 7% on the last episode.
“My Absolute Boyfriend” just started with low ratings but it increased on its second episode.
“Her Private Life” ratings are quite constant after its brief increased at 3.1% on May 8.
“Save Me 2” is increasing in ratings. It reached its best-ever ratings at 1.9%.
You can check last week ratings of Wednesday-Thursday dramas here.
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Main Channels: Korea’s three major broadcasting networks including KBS, MBC and SBS.
Cable Channels: JTBC, tvN, MBN, Olive, OCN, and others.