“Suits” Steadily Maintains First Place Position In Ratings Against “Switch” And “Hold Me Tight”
KBS2’s newest drama “Suits” continues its steady position at the top of its time slot!
The April 26 broadcast of “Suits” brought in viewership ratings of 7.4 percent nationwide, the same ratings for its premiere on April 25, according to Nielsen Korea. With this, the show continued to be first place in its Wednesday-Thursday evening time slot.
This episode explored Go Yeon Woo (Park Hyung Sik)’s first case after being hired by legendary attorney Choi Kang Suk (Jang Dong Gun) to work at a law firm despite his lack of credentials. When Choi Kang Suk is forced by his boss Kang Ha Yeon (Jin Hee Kyung) to take a pro bono case as one of the things he must do to keep his impending promotion, the attorney passes the workload onto Go Yeon Woo.
The drama’s competitors also saw similar ratings as those for their respective previous episodes. SBS’s “Switch” also continued in second place with viewership ratings of 5.3 percent and 6.3 percent for its April 26 broadcast, while MBC’s “Hold Me Tight” recorded 3.2 percent and 3.3 percent.
Catch up with the latest episode of “Switch,” available below!