“30 But 17” Maintains Lead With Its Personal Best In Viewership Ratings

SBS’s “30 but 17” continues to rise in terms of viewership ratings!

Following its premiere on July 23, the drama has brought in higher ratings with every broadcast. On July 30, it recorded 7.6 percent and 8.8 percent nationwide according to Nielsen Korea, making it first among dramas in its time slot for the third broadcast in a row. Notably, “30 but 17” also hit its highest average viewership ratings yet.

As Woo Seo Ri (played by Shin Hye Sun) continues to come to terms with the world after waking up from a coma years later, Gong Woo Jin (played by Yang Se Jong) quite literally holds her hand.

With just a few episodes left, KBS2’s “Are You Human, Too” maintained its position in second as well. It averaged viewership ratings of 4.7 percent and 5.9 percent during its July 30 broadcast. When Nam Shin (Seo Kang Joon) tried to make things go his way, including the actions of his robot counterpart Namshin III, Kang So Bong (Gong Seung Yeon) causes his plans to backfire.

MBC’s “Risky Romance” saw 2.6 percent and 3.1 percent, making it third in its time slot. During the July 30 broadcast, Joo In Ah (Lee Si Young) and Han Seung Joo (Ji Hyun Woo) faced what could be the most difficult moment of their respective careers: the possibility of having to leave the hospital.

All three dramas air at 10 p.m. KST every Monday and Tuesday. Check out the latest episode of “30 but 17” below!

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