“Vagabond” Sees Ratings Rise As “Three Meals A Day: Mountain Village” Comes To An End
SBS’s “Vagabond” continues to reign over its time slot as the most-watched drama of Friday night!
According to Nielsen Korea, the October 18 episode of the espionage thriller scored average nationwide ratings of 7.0 percent, 8.6 percent, and 10.6 percent for its three parts, marking an increase in viewership from its previous broadcast. The episode peaked at 11.71 percent in the Seoul metropolitan area.
Not only did “Vagabond” maintain first place in its time slot across all channels, but it claimed No. 1 among the key demographic of viewers ages 20 to 49, with whom it scored average ratings of 3 percent, 3.4 percent, and 3.7 percent for the night.
JTBC’s “My Country,” which aired at a slightly later time, scored an average viewership rating of 4.2 percent, while tvN’s “Pegasus Market” saw a slight increase of 0.1 percent in its viewership for an average rating of 2.9 percent.
Meanwhile, tvN’s “Three Meals a Day: Mountain Village”—the latest season of the popular variety show “Three Meals a Day“—came to an end last night. The October 18 season finale scored an average nationwide rating of 5.3 percent, marking a decrease in viewership from the previous broadcast (which scored an average of 6.9 percent).
JTBC’s “Begin Again 3,” which aired during the same time slot, maintained its average rating of 4.8 percent, while MBC’s “I Live Alone” scored average ratings of 7.7 percent and 9.2 percent for the night.
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You can check out the latest episode of “I Live Alone” here: