Romantic Doctor Teacher Kim Breaks 20% in Korean Drama Ratings Against The Man Living in Our House and Night Light

The Man Living in Our House Korean Drama - Kim Young Kwang and Soo Ae

 Romantic Doctor Teacher Kim Korean Drama - Yoo Yeon Seok Night Light Korean Drama - Uee, Lee Yo Won, Jin Goo

It finally did it! Romantic Doctor Teacher Kim was able to break the coveted 20% mark this week. It brought in 18.8% for episode 7 on Monday and 21.7% for episode 8 on Tuesday.

The Man Living in Our House saw a slight increase to 4.3% on Monday for episode 11. But it then fell to its lowest yet by bringing in 3.5% for episode 12 on Tuesday.

Night Light saw a decrease from last week too by bringing in 5.5% for episode 3 on Monday. It then brought in 6.2% for episode 4 on Tuesday.

A big congratulations to Romantic Doctor Teacher Kim! It continues to dominate its time slot, and it has plenty of time to rise even higher in ratings.

Romantic Doctor Teacher Kim airs Monday & Tuesday on SBS.

The Man Living in Our House airs Monday & Tuesday on KBS.

Night Light airs Monday & Tuesday on MBC.

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2 Responses to Romantic Doctor Teacher Kim Breaks 20% in Korean Drama Ratings Against The Man Living in Our House and Night Light

  1. raistlin0903 says:

    Really feel bad about The man living in our house. Did not expect it to do this bad.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Kay says:

      Me too. At least it is receiving a pretty positive reception from international fans, but I always want a drama to do well in its home country where it is more beneficial to the actors and crew. I’m still really looking forward to it though 🙂

      Liked by 1 person

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