The latest episode of JTBC’s Korean drama “Snowdrop” starring BLACKPINK’s Jung Hae-in and Jisoo has slipped in ratings.
According to Nielsen Korea, episode 10 of “Snowdrop,” which aired on Jan. 15, earned a nationwide rating of 2.6 percent, Korean news outlet Celuv Media reported.
It ranked in the top 10 general programming cable TV shows for the day based on the total number of households subscribed to pay platforms in South Korea.
This is a decrease of 0.464 percentage points from the 3.064% (eighth place) that the drama achieved for episode 9 on January 9, but slightly higher by 0.016% than the 2.584% that it obtained. received for episode 8 on January 8 (Saturday).
Based on viewership, Episode 10 was watched by 660,000 people (fourth place) nationwide, compared to 759,000 people (seventh place) who watched Episode 9.
Oh Jung-se drama “Uncle” ranked first among general lineup cable TV shows on January 15 with 7.279% while MBN’s news program “Daily Economy in the Morning” ranked 10th. with 2.627%.
In the Seoul metropolitan area, episode 10 of “Snowdrop” received a rating of 2.489% to rank 10th overall among general programming cable TV shows.
This is 0.873 percentage points lower than the 3.362% rating for Episode 9, which placed “Snowdrop” in seventh place.
Based on viewership, Episode 10 was watched by 255,000 people (fifth place) in the Seoul metropolitan area. In comparison, episode 9 was watched by 361,000 people (seventh place).
“Snowdrop” is about political conspiracy and espionage against the backdrop of the 1987 Korean presidential election and romance.
In the drama, the South and North Korean governments conspire for political power. Jung Hae-in stars as Im Soo-ho, a 27-year-old graduate student who is a North Korean spy sent to South Korea on an assignment.
Jisoo is Eun Young-ro, 20, a freshman at Hosoo Women’s University. They meet on a group blind date after which Eun Young-ro falls in love with him. In episode 10, the drama continues with the hostage situation at the university dormitory.
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