“Yumi’s Cells” And “The Veil” Ratings Rise For Their 2nd Episodes; “Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha” Sees Dip
On September 18, MBC’s “The Veil” enjoyed a significant increase in viewership for its second episode. According to Nielsen Korea, the new spy drama starring Namgoong Min rose to an average nationwide rating of 8.0 percent, taking first place in its time slot across all channels.
SBS’s new drama “One the Woman,” which airs in the same time slot and managed to beat the premiere of “The Veil” the night before, fell to an average nationwide rating of 7.1 percent for its second episode.
Meanwhile, Kim Go Eun‘s new romantic comedy “Yumi’s Cells” saw a slight rise in its viewership for its own second episode, which scored an average nationwide rating of 2.3 percent.
For the first time since its premiere, tvN’s “Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha” saw a modest decline in its ratings: the latest episode of the hit drama earned a nationwide average of 9.1 percent.
JTBC’s “Lost,” which has been steadily declining since its premiere, also dipped to an all-time low of 1.7 percent for its fifth episode.
Finally, KBS 2TV’s popular drama “Revolutionary Sisters” ended with an average nationwide rating of 28.9 percent for its series finale.
Which of these dramas are you watching? Are you sad to see “Revolutionary Sisters” come to an end? Let us know in the comments below!
Watch “Yumi’s Cells” with subtitles here…
…”The Veil” here…
…”One the Woman” here…
…and “Revolutionary Sisters” here!