“To All The Guys Who Loved Me” And “The Good Detective” Premiere To Modest Ratings

Two new Monday-Tuesday dramas premiered on Monday, July 6: KBS2’s “To All the Guys Who Loved Me” and JTBC’s “The Good Detective.”

Both dramas saw a modest viewer response to their first episodes.

KBS2’s “To All the Guys Who Loved Me,” starring Hwang Jung Eum and Yoon Hyun Min, is a romantic comedy about a woman who has given up on love and marriage after repeated heartbreaks. After deciding that all men are the same, she suddenly gets caught between two completely opposite men vying for her love.

According to Nielsen Korea, the premiere of the drama recorded averages of 2.7 and 3.9 percent viewership.

JTBC’s “The Good Detective,” starring Son Hyun Joo, Jang Seung Jo, and Lee Elijah, is a crime investigation drama about detectives who never give up in their quest to uncover the ugly truth.

The drama also recorded 3.9 percent viewership with its premiere.

Despite the introduction of two new dramas, tvN’s “My Unfamiliar Family” held steady with its ratings, which hit 4.7 percent, for a 0.3 point increase from the previous episode.

MBC’s “Dinner Mate” recorded averages of 2.3 and 3.1 percent viewership, for a 1.3 point dip from last week.

Watch the premiere of “To All the Guys Who Loved Me” here:

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Watch the latest episode of “My Unfamiliar Family”:

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Catch the finale of “Sweet Munchies,” which ended its run last week:

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