“Hotel Del Luna” Surpasses 10 Percent Ratings For 1st Time + “Watcher” Also Hits New Personal Best
tvN’s “Hotel Del Luna” continues to enjoy a rise in viewership ratings, surpassing the 10 percent mark for the first time with its latest episode!
According to statistics released by Nielsen Korea, the tenth episode that aired on August 11 scored average nationwide viewership ratings of 10 percent, peaking at 10.8 percent across cable, IPTV, and satellite platforms. This is a new personal best for the drama and the first time they’ve scored double digit ratings. For their target audience of people in the 2049 age bracket, they broke their personal record again at an average of 8.5 percent and peaking at 9.2 percent.
OCN’s “Watcher” also set a new personal best for itself, with episode 12 scoring average ratings of 6.1 percent and peaking at 6.7 percent across cable, IPTV, and satellite platforms. The channel sets their target audience on the 2549 age bracket, and they scored an average of 4 percent and peaked at 4.4 percent with them.
Meanwhile, “Mother of Mine” continues to be the most-watched weekend drama, with the latest episode reaching 26.9 percent and 31.7 percent in ratings across its two parts. This is a rise from the previous episode, which scored at 21.8 percent and 27.7 percent.
Catch up with the latest episode of “Hotel Del Luna” below…
or see what “Watcher” has been up to…
or check out “Mother of Mine”!