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[Weekly TV Top 10] ‘It’s Okay to Not Be Okay’ Dominates the Popularity Chart for 6 Consecutive Weeks

Amid the trot and retro craze, the new projects are failing to grab the attention. It’s Okay to Not Be Okay, which now only has four episodes to go, is dominating the popularity chart without a hitch. Let’s check out which programs have made headlines over the past week.

 

The Dramas on the 4th week of July 2020

It’s Okay to Not Be Okay has been at the top of the drama category for 6 consecutive weeks. Especially, Kim Soo Hyun’s perfect visuals in the latest episode and Oh Jung Se’s heartwarming fan meeting with an intellectually handicapped fan have become the hot topics. Once Again, in which Lee Min Jung-Lee Sang Yeob and Lee Cho Hee-Lee Sang Yi formed the “secret dating” alliance, has maintained their second place, consistently recording high viewership. MBC’s new mini-series Chip In came in sixth, receiving favorable reviews for its fresh setting and speedy development.

Top 10 Popularity of TV Dramas

  1. tvN It’s Okay to Not Be Okay (Share of Audience: 35.32) (-)
  2. KS2 Once Again (Share of Audience: 16.31) (-)
  3. SBS Backstreet Rookie (Share of Audience: 9.15) (-)
  4. tvN My Unfamiliar Family (Share of Audience: 6.3) (-)
  5. JTBC Was It Love? (Share of Audience: 3.95) (▲2)
  6. MBC Chip In (Share of Audience: 3.92) NEW
  7. JTBC Graceful Friends (Share of Audience: 3.48) (▽2)
  8. tvN Flower of Evil (Share of Audience: 3.12) NEW
  9. KBS To All The Guys Who Loved Me (Share of Audience: 3.03) (▽1)
  10. JTBC The Good Detective (Share of Audience: 2.72) (▽12)

 

Top 10 Popularity of the Cast in TV Dramas

  1. Kim Soo Hyun, It’s Okay to Not Be Okay (-)
  2. Seo Ye Ji, It’s Okay to Not Be Okay (-)
  3. Oh Jung Se, It’s Okay to Not Be Okay (-)
  4. Kim Yoo Jung, Backstreet Rookie (-)
  5. Ji Chang Wook, Backstreet Rookie (-)
  6. Jo Mi Ryung, Once Again (▲17)
  7. Lee Min Jung, Once Again (-)
  8. Lee Sang Yeob, Once Again (▽2)
  9. Lee Sang Yi, Once Again (▲1)
  10. Lee Cho Hee, Once Again (▲9)

 

The Non-Dramas on the 4th week of July 2020

As for the non-drama category, the “one top” system disappeared after Heart Singal 3 ended. Call Center of Love, which continued to soar in terms of viewership, topped the chart, and Running Man, How Do You Play?, and I Live Alone ranked in the upper rank one after another. House on Wheels made headlines with IU’s guest appearance and rose to the sixth place, whereas I-LAND failed to captivate the Korean fans though it has surpassed 11 million cumulative views by the fifth episode.

The Top 10 Popularity of TV Non-Dramas

  1. TV CHOSUN We Will Sing Your Requests – Call Center of Love (Share of Audience: 5.37) (▲2)
  2. SBS Running Man (Share of Audience: 4.5) (▲4)
  3. MBC How Do You Play? (Share of Audience: 4.25) (▲1)
  4. MBC I Live Alone (Share of Audience: 4.09) (▲1)
  5. tvN Amazing Saturday (Share of Audience: 3.05) (▲8)
  6. tvN House on Wheels (Share of Audience: 2.85) (▲18)
  7. Mnet I-LAND (Share of Audience: 2.74) (▽5)
  8. JTBC Knowing Bros (Share of Audience: 2.31) (▽1)
  9. TV Chosun Mulberry School (Share of Audience: 2.28) (▽1)
  10. MBC The Masked Singer (Share of Audience: 2.04) (▲2)

 

The Top 10 Popularity of the Cast in TV Non-Dramas

  1. SSAK3, How Do You Play? NEW
  2. IU, House on Wheels NEW
  3. Lim Young Woong, We Will Sing Your Requests – Call Center of Love (▲10)
  4. Yeo Jin Goo, House on Wheels (▲18)
  5. Lee Kyu Hyung, I Live Alone NEW
  6. Jung Joo Ri, The House Detox NEW
  7. Yang Joon Hyuk, Soccer Adventure (▲88)
  8. Jeon So Mi, Radio Star NEW
  9. Lee Hyori, How Do You Play? (▽1)
  10. Rain, How Do You Play? (▲4)

 

This survey was released on July 27 by the TV popularity analysis agency Good Data Corporation after analyzing netizens’ responses, which were generated from news articles, blogs/communities, videos and SNSs for the 19 dramas and the 176 non-dramas that are on air or scheduled to air from July 20 through July 26.

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  • Its Okay Not To Be Okay deserve all the attentions, so as the casts and crew of the show. Great job ya’all 👍👍👍👏👏👏 it will go down in history as one of the best Kdramas.

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