“Suits” Maintains Lead In Its Time Slot As “Switch” Sees Increase In Viewership Ratings
The battle of ratings continues among Wednesday-Thursday dramas!
With many dramas to tune into, many have to make the difficult choice of which one to watch in realtime on television. According to Nielsen Korea, KBS2’s “Suits” once again took the top spot in terms of viewership ratings with its May 4 episode. It recorded an average of 9.7 percent nationwide, its highest rating so far, just like its previous episode.
SBS’s “Switch” took another emotional turn as it explored the complicated familial relationship between Sa Ma Chun (Son Byung Ho) and Sa Do Chan (Jang Geun Suk), and the lengths Sa Ma Chun was willing to go to for his son against the dangers of Geum Tae Woong (Jung Woong In).
It continued in second place, but saw a notable increase with viewership ratings of 6.2 percent and 6.5 percent during its May 4 broadcast. This is 1.4 percent and 0.5 percent higher than its previous May 3 episodes.
MBC’s “Hold Me Tight” rounded out the list in third place, and marked 3.2 percent and 3.4 percent nationwide on May 4.
Catch up with the latest episode of “Switch”!