“At A Distance Spring Is Green” Premieres To Quiet Start + “Racket Boys” Hits New Personal Best In Ratings

KBS 2TV’s newest drama “At a Distance Spring is Green” has joined the Monday-Tuesday drama lineup!

According to Nielsen Korea, “At a Distance Spring is Green” had a quiet start, achieving average nationwide viewership ratings of 2.6 and 2.3 percent for the first episode. Based on a webtoon, “At a Distance Spring Is Green” is a college campus drama about the romantic and nostalgic but also realistic stories of university students and stars Park Ji HoonKang Min Ah, and Bae In Hyuk.

The June 14 episode of SBS’s “Racket Boys” garnered average nationwide ratings of 4.3 and 6.2 percent. This is a new personal best for the drama, beating out its previous personal best of 5.8 percent from last week. The slight increase in ratings may have resulted from a combination of its original competing drama “Youth of May” airing its final episode last week as well as viewers praising the drama for being lighthearted.

tvN’s “Doom at Your Service” earned average nationwide ratings of 2.5 percent, making it the third consecutive episode to maintain around 2.5 percent in viewership ratings.

Watch “Doom at Your Service” here…

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…and catch the premiere of “At a Distance Spring is Green” below:

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