“Mouse” Gets Off To Solid Start As “Sisyphus: The Myth” Sees Drop In Ratings
JTBC’s “Sisyphus: The Myth” held on to its spot at the top of its time slot despite hitting its lowest ratings to date.
According to Nielsen Korea, the March 3 episode of “Sisyphus: The Myth” recorded average nationwide ratings of 5.240 percent. This is a respectable rating for a cable weekday evening mini-series, but it marks a drop from last episode‘s ratings of 6.178 percent. After its premiere at 5.608 percent, the drama had risen to the 6 percent range in its subsequent episodes until now.
On tvN, Lee Seung Gi and Lee Hee Joon‘s new drama “Mouse” got off to a solid start with ratings of 4.948 percent. This is higher than the personal best ratings of its predecessor in this time slot, “True Beauty,” indicating a high level of interest in the new drama.
Meanwhile, KBS’s “Hello, Me!” recorded average nationwide ratings of 3.4 and 3.9 percent, a small increase from last episode.
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