“100 Days My Prince” And “Where Stars Land” Achieve Their Highest Ratings Yet
tvN’s “100 Days My Prince” and SBS’s “Where Stars Land” continue to gain steam!
On October 16, “100 Days My Prince” set a new record for the highest viewership ratings ever achieved by a tvN Monday-Tuesday drama. The episode scored average ratings of 11.2 percent and a peak of 12.7 percent for the night, taking first place in its time slot across all channels.
“100 Days My Prince” was also the most-watched drama among the key demographic of viewers ages 20 to 49, scoring average ratings of 5.7 percent and a peak of 6.9 percent.
“Where Stars Land” also broke its own personal ratings record that same night, with its October 16 episode attracting more viewers than ever before. According to Nielsen Korea, the broadcast scored average nationwide ratings of 7.4 percent and 9.2 percent for its two parts, marking the drama’s highest viewership ratings yet.
“Where Stars Land” also continued to take first place in its time slot across all public broadcast networks. (The viewership ratings for cable network dramas are calculated slightly differently.) KBS 2TV’s “Matrimonial Chaos” scored average ratings of 2.6 percent and 3.7 percent during the same time slot, while MBC’s “Bad Papa” did not air due to sports coverage.
Check out the latest episode of “Where Stars Land” below!