“Taxi Driver” Ratings Rise For 2nd Episode As “Beyond Evil” Finale Soars To All-Time High
SBS’s new drama “Taxi Driver” is on the rise!
Based on the popular webtoon of the same name, “Taxi Driver” tells the story of a mysterious taxi service that delivers vengeance on behalf of victims who are unable to get justice through the law. Lee Je Hoon stars in the drama as Kim Do Gi, a former special forces officer who works as a driver for the service, while Esom plays passionate prosecutor Kang Ha Na, who begins to grow suspicious of both Kim Do Gi and the unusual taxi service.
On April 10, the new drama enjoyed a significant increase in viewership for its second episode after its premiere received a positive response from viewers. According to Nielsen Korea, the latest broadcast of “Taxi Driver” scored average nationwide ratings of 7.3 percent and 13.5 percent for its two parts.
Meanwhile, JTBC’s “Beyond Evil” ended on a high note, with its series finale achieving the highest viewership ratings of the drama’s entire run. The final episode of the mystery thriller drama starring Yeo Jin Goo and Shin Ha Kyun earned an average rating of 6.0 percent nationwide.
tvN’s “Vincenzo” scored an average nationwide rating of 10.3 percent for the night, while KBS 2TV’s “Revolutionary Sisters” continued its reign as Saturday’s most-watched program with average nationwide ratings of 20.0 percent and 25.2 percent for its two parts.
Are you sad to see “Beyond Evil” come to an end?
If you haven’t seen it yet, check out “Taxi Driver” with subtitles here…
…”Beyond Evil” here…
…and “Revolutionary Sisters” here!