“The Miracle We Met” Marks Its Highest Ratings Yet, “EXIT” Makes Solid Premiere
“The Miracle We Met” has come out on top in terms of viewership ratings in its time slot once again.
According to Nielsen Korea, the April 30 episode of KBS’s “The Miracle We Met” achieved 11.9 percent viewership ratings nationwide. The episode broke the highest ratings record for the drama, which was previously 11.5 percent. This is also a 1.4 percent increase from its April 24 episode. The complicated relationship between Song Hyun Chul (Kim Myung Min), who’s still in the wrong body, and Jo Hyun Hwa (Ra Mi Ran) continued in this broadcast, while Shin Hye Jin (Kim Hyun Joo) and Geum Sung Moo (Joseph Lee) become closer, at first.
Second in this Monday-Tuesday evening time slot was the premiere of SBS’s “EXIT.” It achieved 4.8 percent and 5.2 percent for its first and second halves respectively. The drama is a four-episode special and will be followed by “Wok of Love.” The first broadcast introduced Choi Tae Joon as Do Kang Soo, a man who participates in experiments in his pursuit of happiness.
Third in the time slot were the penultimate episodes of MBC’s “Tempted,” which achieved 1.5 percent and 1.7 percent nationwide in viewership ratings. During the episodes, Eun Tae Hee (Red Velvet’s Joy) finds out that Choi Soo Ji (Moon Ga Young) and Lee Se Joo (Kim Min Jae) had also been playing her the whole time, while Kwon Shi Hyun (Woo Do Hwan) attempts to ask her for forgiveness.
If you haven’t already, watch the latest episode of “EXIT” below!