Fans are falling head over heels for the sizzling on-screen chemistry between 2PM’s Lee Junho and Girls’ Generation’s YoonA in the rom-com sensation, “King the Land.” With each passing episode, this JTBC drama has been ascending to new heights, and last night’s episode was no exception. Hold onto your crowns, because “King the Land” just achieved its highest ratings yet, solidifying its reign with an average nationwide rating of 9.7 percent.
Last night, the fifth episode of “King the Land” sent shockwaves through the ratings kingdom, skyrocketing to its highest numbers yet. The nation was captivated, with an average rating of 9.7 percent—an impressive feat, fit for royalty. It seems that this regal romance knows no bounds, as it enchants viewers with its charm, wit, and irresistible cast.
While “Durian’s Affair” on TV Chosun managed to sprout its way to a 4.0 percent average nationwide rating for its third episode, it was the majestic reign of “King the Land” that stole the crown. SBS’s “Revenant,” though experiencing a slight dip in ratings, managed to hold onto its throne as the most-watched miniseries of Saturday, commanding a nationwide average of 10.0 percent. Clearly, the undead have their loyal followers too!
As for MBC’s “Numbers,” it seems their equation didn’t quite add up, with a dip in ratings to an average of 3.2 percent for the fourth episode. And over at tvN, “See You in My 19th Life” bid farewell to a 4.9 percent average rating, leaving viewers yearning for more reincarnated romance.