“The Miracle We Met” And “Partners For Justice” Set New Personal Bests In Viewership Ratings
On May 29, Nielsen Korea released the viewership ratings recorded by the shows that aired the day before.
The May 28 episode of KBS’s Monday-Tuesday drama “The Miracle We Met” scored viewership ratings of 12.6 percent nationwide, a 1.1 percent increase from last week’s 11.5 percent. This is also the highest viewership ratings the show has ever recorded in its run and put it first among the dramas in its time slot.
The new personal record for “The Miracle We Met” was likely influenced by the major twist ending that occurred with one of the main characters of the show.
MBC’s “Partners for Justice” also scored a new personal record in viewership ratings with 6.7 nationwide (6.5 and 6.9 percent in the metropolitan area). This put it in second place among the dramas in its time slot.
“Partners for Justice” also saw its ratings spike with a tragic development in the storyline, with one of the characters arrested for suspicion of murder.
The third drama competing in this time slot, SBS’s “Wok of Love,” recorded viewership ratings of 5.5 percent nationwide. “Wok of Love” also saw a major development in its love triangle between 2PM’s Junho, Jang Hyuk, and Jung Ryeo Won, as Jang Hyuk confesses everything to Jung Ryeo Won and locks lips with her for the first time.
You can watch the latest episode of “Wok of Love” on Viki: