“100 Days My Prince” And “Where Stars Land” Maintain Strong Ratings
tvN’s “100 Days My Prince” and SBS’s “Where Stars Land” continue to perform well with viewers!
On October 29, “100 Days My Prince” successfully held onto its No. 1 position at the top of its time slot. According to Nielsen Korea, the latest episode of “100 Days My Prince” scored average viewership ratings of 12.2 percent and a peak of 14.7 percent nationwide, marking the highest ratings of any drama that aired on Monday night.
“100 Days My Prince” was also the most-watched drama among viewers ages 20 to 49, scoring average ratings of 6.8 percent and a peak of 8.6 percent for the night.
Meanwhile, “Where Stars Land” continued to achieve the highest viewership ratings among Monday-Tuesday dramas aired on public broadcast networks. (Viewership ratings for cable network dramas are calculated slightly differently.) The October 29 broadcast of “Where Stars Land” scored average ratings of 6.8 percent during its first half and 8.2 percent during its second.
JTBC’s “The Beauty Inside” came in at third place with average ratings of 3.7 percent for the evening. KBS 2TV’s “Matrimonial Chaos” scored average ratings of 1.9 percent and 2.7 percent for its two parts, while MBC’s “Bad Papa” followed close behind with ratings of 1.9 percent and 2.2 percent.
Which of these dramas are you watching?
Check out the latest episode of “Where Stars Land” below!