KBS’s “To All the Guys Who Loved Me” has seen a boost in ratings with its second episode.
The drama, starring Hwang Jung Eum and Yoon Hyun Min, is a romantic comedy about a woman who has given up on love and marriage after repeated heartbreaks. After deciding that all men are the same, she suddenly gets caught between two completely opposite men vying for her love.
According to Nielsen Korea, the drama recorded averages of 2.7 and 4.4 percent viewership on July 7, for a 0.5 point increase from the previous episode.
JTBC’s “The Good Detective,” which also premiered Monday, saw a minor decrease in ratings Tuesday, recording 3.775 percent viewership. The premiere recorded 3.897 percent. Starring Son Hyun Joo, Jang Seung Jo, and Lee Elijah, “The Good Detective” is a crime investigation drama about detectives who never give up in their quest to uncover the ugly truth.
MBC’s “Dinner Mate” saw an increase in ratings with its latest episode, recording 2.8 and 4.0 percent, for a 0.9 point increase from Monday, while tvN’s “My Unfamiliar Family” recorded 4.3 percent viewership, for a minor dip of 0.1 percent.
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