Monday-Tuesday 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 “Risky Romance” (MBC), “Still 17” (SBS) and “Lovely Horribly” (KBS) at 10 pm KST. On cable channels and at different time, there are “100 Days My Prince” (tvN) 9:30 pm and “Ping Pong Ball” (JTBC) 11 pm.
“Ping Pong Ball” started this week. It is a 2 episodes drama based on a webtoon with JiSoo. “Still 17”, “Risky Romance”, and “Ping Pong Ball” finished this week.
The next JTBC drama to take the time slot is “The Beauty Inside” with Lee MinKi and Ahn JaeHyun, the premiere broadcast is on October 1st. The next SBS drama is “Where Stars Land” with Lee JeHoon and Chae SooBin, the premiere broadcast is on October 1st. The next MBC drama is “Bad Papa” with Jang Hyuk and Son YeoEun, the premiere broadcast is on October 1st too.
According to Nielsen Korea, on September 17th, “Still 17” was first with 9.8 and 10.7% (29-30th episode), “Lovely Horribly” was second with 2.4 and 2.7% (21-22th episode), and “Risky Romance” was third with 2.3, 2.9, 2.2 and 2.5% (29-30-31-32th (final) episode). “Ping Pong Ball” had 1.5% for its 1st episode. “100 Days My Prince” had 6% for its 3rd episode.
According to Nielsen Korea, on September 18th, “Still 17” was first with 9.2 and 11% (31-32th (final) episode), “Lovely Horribly” was second with 2.6 and 2.9% (23-24th episode). “Ping Pong Ball” had 1% for its 2nd and last episode. “100 Days My Prince” had 7.3% for its 4th episode.
“Still 17” is still in the first place and reached its best ever ratings on the final episode with 11%. The drama was surely popular with ratings at two digits.
“Lovely Horribly” decreased significantly in the ratings. The ratings were very similar to “Risky Romance”. Its second place among the main channels’ dramas was in danger.
“Risky Romance” finished the drama with similar ratings from last week, the drama from the beginning to the end did not show much change.
As we mentioned earlier, “Ping Pong Ball” is airing at 11 pm and “100 Days My Prince” at 9:30 pm while the main channels’ drama air at 10 pm. Their airing time is different. If we consider that the cable dramas air at the same time as the main channels’ ones, “100 Days My Prince” should be second and “Ping Pong Ball” last in terms of ratings.
“Ping Pong Ball” had only two episodes and had quite low ratings, on the second day it even dropped.
“100 Days My Prince” continues with impressive ratings. The drama is already at 7.3%. It increased significantly from last week amazing high starts. The drama is very much popular.
You can check last week’s ratings of Monday-Tuesday dramas here.
Which new drama are you excited about? Did you like the ending of these dramas?