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‘It’s Okay to Not Be Okay’ + “Backstreet Rookie” Both Saw a Boost in Viewership

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It’s Okay to Not Be Okay and Backstreet Rookie both saw a rise in their viewership amid keen interest in their development.

According to Nielsen Korea, the 9th episode of tvN’s It’s Okay to Not Be Okay, which aired on July 18, recorded an average of 5.8 percent viewership and soared up to 6.2 percent viewership, drawing attention with Moon Sang Tae’s outburst in the ending scene.

The 10th episode of SBS’s Backstreet Rookie, which made headlines with Jung Saet Byul’s heartfelt confession to Choi Dae Hyun, recorded 8.7 percent viewership and peaked up 9.5 percent, solidifying its number one spot among all Saturday mini-series.

The 18th episode of TV Chosun’s King Maker: The Change of Destiny recorded 5.2 percent viewership in the Seoul metropolitan area and 5 percent viewership nationwide, once again proving itself to be an unrivaled historical drama.

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  • jeoneun du gaji meosjin‘gwaenchanh-ado gwaenchanhda’+“Backstreet Rookie”yeonghwaleul joh-ahabnida.

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