“My Only One” Surpasses Personal Viewership Ratings Record Once Again
KBS2’s weekend drama “My Only One” has exceeded its personal viewership ratings record again!
According to Nielsen Korea, “My Only One” recorded nationwide viewership ratings of 41.4 to 46.2 percent, not only breaking its personal record, but also breaking the 45.1 percent ratings set by weekend drama “My Golden Life” last March.
The most recent drama to exceed 50 percent nationwide viewership ratings is KBS2’s 2010 drama “Baker King, Kim Tak Goo” with 50.8 percent, and if “My Only One” breaks this record, it will be the first drama to do so in nine years.
In the Daegu and Gumi areas, “My Only One” achieved 46.6 to 52.4 percent ratings, succeeding in breaking 50 percent regionally.
“My Only One” is a family drama that deviates from the usual unpredictable dramas that keep viewers on their toes. Giving off a nostalgic atmosphere, the drama succeeded in attracting viewers of all ages.
“My Only One” is currently airing its six-episode extension and will end on March 17.
Watch the latest episode below!