“100 Days My Prince” Concludes With Personal Best + 4th Highest Viewership Ratings In tvN History
tvN’s “100 Days My Prince” concluded with great success!
On October 30, “100 Days My Prince” aired its final episode and achieved its highest average viewership ratings yet of 14.1 percent and a peak of 16.7 percent.
According to Nielsen Korea, while ratings for cable programs are aggregated slightly differently, “100 Days My Prince” remained as the top drama of Monday-Tuesday nights until the end, and became the drama with the fourth highest viewership ratings in tvN history. It also achieved the highest ratings among viewers aged 20 to 49 with a national average of 7.1 percent and a peak of 8.8 percent, topping all major public broadcasting and cable dramas.
SBS’s “Where Stars Land” remained strong as well and recorded national averages of 6.7 percent during episode 17 and 8.6 percent during episode 18. It recorded peak ratings of 12.3 percent during the broadcast when Lee Je Hoon found himself in an unexpected situation due to his wearable device.
The ratings for October 30 were a bit higher than previous night’s, and the drama achieved the highest ratings out of other major public broadcasting dramas.
KBS 2TV’s “Matrimonial Chaos” recorded 2.3 percent during episode 15 and 3.1 percent during episode 16. This is a 0.6 percent and 0.4 percent increase, respectively, compared to its previous broadcast.
JTBC’s “The Beauty Inside” saw a slight dip in viewership ratings. Its latest episode received 3.552 percent in viewership ratings, which is 0.262 percent lower than its previous episode.
MBC’s “Bad Papa” did not air due to coverage of a baseball game.
Check out the latest episode of “Where Stars Land” now!