“What’s With This Family?” Nears 40 Percent in Viewer Ratings
The latest episode of KBS’ weekend drama “What’s With This Family?” has attracted a staggering 37 percent of the Korean national viewing rate, according to figures released by Nielsen Korea, an organization that monitors viewer rates.
According to Nielsen Korea’s report, the episode aired on November 30 managed to attract almost 7 percent more viewers than its previous episode, which attracted 30.2 percent of the viewer share.
The series is currently well ahead of its closest rivals in the battle of the weekend dramas. Nielsen Korea reported that MBC’s “Rosy Lovers” scored a viewer rate of 18.6 percent, while SBS’ series “Modern Farmer” was a distant third with 4 percent.
November 30’s episode marked a record high in viewing rates for “What’s With This Family?” The series’ previous highest score on the ratings was the episode which aired on November 23, which had scored 35.4 percent of the viewer share.