Koreans Choose Which TV Shows They Are Enjoying The Most In June

Gallup Korea has revealed their latest monthly survey results for Koreans’ favorite television programs!

Gallup Korea conducted a survey from June 19 to 21 asking 1,003 Koreans aged 19 years and above which TV show they enjoy the most these days. Each participant could choose up to two shows.

“I Live Alone” came out on top once again with votes from 5 percent of the participants, marking its third month in a row to be ranked as the most popular TV show. Having begun in March 2013, “I Live Alone” is a variety show that shows the honest lives of celebrities who live by themselves. The show first entered the chart in August 2017 and has been slowly making its way up, finally topping the list in April 2018. It has been keeping its No. 1 spot since.

Ranking second was JTBC’s “Ssulzun” with 4.8 percent of the votes, having come up three spots since being the fifth most popular show in May. KBS2’s “Marry Me Now” earned third place with 3.8 percent of the votes.

Besides the World Cup coverage, new entries in the top 20 included tvN drama “What’s Wrong with Secretary Kim” at No. 6, JTBC drama “Miss Hammurabi” at No. 13, and KBS1 drama “Sunny Again Tomorrow” at No. 17.

Check out the full list of the top 20 below:

1. MBC’s “I Live Alone” (5.0 percent)
2. JTBC’s “Ssulzun” (4.8 percent)
3. KBS2’s “Marry Me Now” (3.8 percent)
4. JTBC’s “Ask Us Anything” (3.7 percent)
5. SBS’s “My Ugly Duckling” (3.4 percent)
6. tvN’s “What’s Wrong with Secretary Kim” (3.2 percent)
7. SBS’s “Running Man” (2.6 percent)
8. MBN’s “I Am a Person of Nature” (2.1 percent)
9. KBS2’s “2 Days & 1 Night” (1.9 percent)
10. KBS’s World Cup Coverage (1.7 percent)
11. MBC’s World Cup Coverage (1.4 percent)
11. KBS2’s “Mysterious Personal Shopper” (1.4 percent)
13. EBS’s “World Theme Travel” (1.1 percent)
13. SBS’s “Law of the Jungle” (1.1 percent)
13. MBC Every1’s “Welcome, First Time in Korea?” (1.1 percent)
13. JTBC’s “Miss Hammurabi” (1.1 percent)
17. KBS1’s “Sunny Again Tomorrow” (1.0 percent)
18. SBS’s World Cup Coverage (0.9 percent)
18. Channel A’s “Trust Me and Follow, City Fisherman” (0.9 percent)
18. SBS’s “Same Bed Different Dreams 2” (0.9 percent)

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