“Partners For Justice” Finale Achieves Its Highest Viewership Ratings Yet
MBC’s “Partners for Justice” has ended with a bang!
According to Nielsen Korea, not only did the drama’s July 17 finale take first place in its time slot across all channels, but it also saw the program’s highest viewership ratings yet. The final broadcast of “Partners for Justice” scored average ratings of 7.7 percent and 9.6 percent nationwide for its two parts.
SBS’s “Wok of Love,” which also came to an end on July 17, maintained its position at second place in the same time slot. The drama’s finale scored average ratings of 5.6 percent during its first half and 7.0 percent during its second, marking a slight increase in viewership from the previous episode.
KBS 2TV’s “Are You Human, Too?” continued to take third place with ratings of 4.4 percent and 5.4 percent for its two parts.
Starting next week on July 23, MBC will begin airing its new medical romance drama “Risky Romance” in the time slot previously occupied by “Partners for Justice,” while SBS’s new romantic comedy “30 but 17” will be taking over for “Wok of Love.” Both dramas will be available with English subtitles on Viki.
Watch the finale of “Partners for Justice” below!
Also, check out the first episode of “Wok of Love” below if you haven’t already! Viki is currently offering a 40 percent off sale for early access and ad-free HD viewing of “Wok of Love.” You can learn more here.