“Where Stars Land” Wins Its Time Slot in Korean Drama Ratings for Finale Episodes

Fox Bride Star Korean Drama - Lee Je Hoon and Chae Soo Bin Bad Papa Korean Drama - Jang Hyuk Matrimonial Chaos Korean Drama - Cha Tae Hyun

Where Stars Land ended its successful run this week. It remained in the top spot in Nielsen drama ratings during the Monday-Tuesday time slot as it again landed just below 10% for its final episode:
Episode 31 – 9.3%
Episode 32 – 9.7%

Matrimonial Chaos aired extra episodes this week in order to also complete its run:
Episode 27 – 2.2%
Episode 28 – 3.7%
Episode 29 – 3.3%
Episode 30 – 4.0%
Episode 31 – 4.1%
Episode 32 – 4.4%

Another finale was for Bad Papa which remained in last, but it did see increases for its final episodes:
Episode 29 – 2.0%
Episode 30 – 2.3%
Episode 31 – 3.1%
Episode 32 – 3.9%

Where Stars Land airs Monday and Tuesday on SBS.

Bad Papa airs Monday and Tuesday on MBC.

Matrimonial Chaos airs Monday and Tuesday on KBS.

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2 Responses to “Where Stars Land” Wins Its Time Slot in Korean Drama Ratings for Finale Episodes

  1. yumseyo says:

    Why do you think they didn’t show Lee Just Hoon’s face at the last scene when he came back to Korea? It was where Chae Soo Bin finally saw him getting to the airport and they hugged? It kind of took all the excitement out on the ending for me. Did he already move on to another drama?

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    • Kay says:

      That was so strange wasn’t it?! At first, I wondered if Lee Je Hoon wasn’t able to film that scene since they didn’t show his face. But some people posted fan cams from the filming on Youtube and they indicated that Lee Je Hoon was indeed there. So apparently it was an artistic choice to not show his face. I personally really disliked it because like you, it took the excitement out and was just plain odd. I wanted to see his smiling face and didn’t really see a good reason not to.


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