[News] “7th Grade” Stretches its Winning Streak on Wed-Thurs TV Chart.
The romantic comedy series nabbed its second crown on the chart with an average of 16.0 percent ratings during the week of February 6 and 7, TNmS’ [Total National Multimedia Statistics] data showed on Friday.
The 20-episode drama is grabbing more attention by depicting Gil-ro’s [Joo Won] persistent efforts to win Seo-won`s [Choi Kang-hee] heart, recording its highest percent ratings of 17.1 for the Wednesday’s episode.
The KBS series “Jeon Woochi” ranked at the second spot with its final two episodes, which posted an average of 14.5 percent of total viewers.
The period-set action series concluded with Korean superhero Woochi [Cha Tae-hyun] and his lover Moo-yeon [U-ie] coming back to their dream land and living happily ever after.
KBS will fill its Wednesday and Thursday slot with the much-awaited spy thriller “IRIS 2,” starring Jang Hyuk, Lee Da-hae, BEAST’s Yoon Du-jun and MBLAQ’s Lee Joon.
At the bottom of the chart was the SBS series “The Great Seer,” which wrapped up its 35 episodes with an average of 10.1 percent.
The upcoming SBS series, to air from the second week of February, is Zo In-sung and Song Hye-kyo’s melodrama “That Winter, the Wind Blows.”
Nielsen Korea showed the three dramas in the same older yet slightly different numbers from those of TNmS’ during the first week of February.
While “7th Grade” grabbed the top seed with 15.1 percent ratings, “Jeon Woochi” and “The Great Seer” followed next with 14 and 9.1 percent, respectively.