Shin Ha Kyun And Jung So Min’s New Drama “Fix You” Premieres To Better Ratings Than Predecessor
The Wednesday night drama time slot saw an improvement for KBS with the premiere of their new drama, “Fix You.”
According to Nielsen Korea, the premiere episode of KBS’s “Fix You,” which aired on May 6, recorded average nationwide ratings of 4.7 and 5.2 percent. This is an improvement from its predecessor, “Meow the Secret Boy,” which premiered to ratings around 3 percent and ended at ratings of 1 percent.
“Fix You” is Shin Ha Kyun’s first medical role in nine years and Jung So Min’s first drama in two years. The drama tells the story of a quirky psychiatrist who is passionate about his patients but unorthodox in his methods (Shin Ha Kyun) and an up-and-coming musical actress who struggles with anger management issues (Jung So Min).
In the same time slot, SBS’s trot variety show “K-Trot in Town” recorded ratings of 7.4 and 9.5 percent. Airing an hour earlier, MBC’s “Find Me in Your Memory” recorded ratings of 3.4 and 4.1 percent.
Check out the first episode of “Fix You” here…
… and the latest episode of “Find Me in Your Memory” here!
Edit: A previous version of this article incorrectly stated Shin Ha Kyun’s drama record.