“Come And Hug Me” Ends On A High Note With Its Personal Best In Ratings
The time to say goodbye to two dramas has come.
Achieving its personal best in ratings once again, “Come and Hug Me” ended on a successful note. The drama recorded 5.1 percent and 5.9 average viewership nationwide during its finale according to Nielsen Korea. This also made it the highest rated drama in its time slot across public broadcasting stations once more on July 19.
KBS2’s “Your House Helper” was in second place, and saw ratings of 3.5 percent and 4.5 percent.
In third place, SBS’s “The Undateables” concluded with average nationwide viewership ratings of 2.6 percent and 2.8 percent.
Both “The Undateables” and “Come and Hug Me” featured happy endings, and hinted at the respective main couples’ futures.
During the final episode of “The Undateables,” Kang Hoon Nam (Namgoong Min) properly confessed his feelings to Yoo Jung Eum (Hwang Jung Eum). Choi Joon Su (Choi Tae Joon) continued his career as a doctor, while Charlie (Jo Dal Hwan) began to write his own column.
“Come and Hug Me” featured a poignant scene of Chae Do Jin (Jang Ki Yong) and Han Jae Yi (Jin Ki Joo) comforting their younger selves from 12 years ago as they moved forward from the phantoms of their shared past.
Check out the final episode of “Come and Hug Me” if you haven’t already! Viki is also offering a 40 percent off sale for early access and ad-free HD viewing of “Come and Hug Me.” You can learn more here.