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‘Once Again’ Breaks Its Own Highest Viewership + ‘It’s Okay to Not Be Okay’ Soars Up to 6.1 Percent Viewership

Credit: KBS2, tvN, TV Chosun, OCN

While Once Again set its all-time high viewership, It’s Okay to Not Be Okay, King Maker: The Change of Destiny, and Train recorded solid viewership.

According to Nielsen Korea, the 63rd and 64th episodes of KBS2’s Once Again, which aired on July 12, recorded 30.3 percent and 33.3 percent viewership. These figures are up 5.7 percent and 3.7 percent recorded in the previous episodes.

On this day, Lee Min Jung and Lee Sang Yeob resolved their misunderstandings and confirmed their love again, drawing attention.

The 8th episode of tvN’s It’s Okay to Not Be Okay garnered 5.6 percent and soared up to 6.1 percent viewership. The 2049 viewership, a key index of competitiveness, recorded 4.6 percent and 5.0 percent, proving its popularity.

During the episode, the heart-fluttering romance and Kim Soo Hyun and Seo Ye Ji began in earnest, receiving enthusiastic responses.

The 17th episode of TV Chosun’s King Maker: The Change of Destiny has proved the potential of a luxury historical drama with a 5 percent viewership. In the episode, the conflict between Park Shi Hoo and Jeon Kwang Ryul reached its peak.

The 2nd episode of OCN’s Train recorded 1.4 percent viewership, which is the same from the previous episode. On this day, Yoon Shi Yoon from the parallel universe appeared, intensifying the atmosphere.

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