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‘I Live Alone’ Faces a Big Drop in Viewership + ‘Voice Trot’ Breaks 10% Mark Amid Continued Trot Boom in Korea

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While I Live Alone saw a significant drop in its viewership, Voice Trot broke its own and the network’s highest viewership, drawing keen attention.

According to Nielsen Korea, the recent episode of MBC’s I Live Alone, which aired on September 4, recorded 7.1% viewership nationwide. This is almost a whole 2% drop from the previous episode (10.1% and 9.5%). The fact that there were no external factors, such as new competition programs, to cause such a fall is drawing keen attention.

The episode showed Girls’ Secret Party (Hwasa, Han Hye Jin, Park Na Rae) team’s noisy hotel vacation, and Henry and Sung Hoon’s day together.

Meanwhile, MBN’s Voice Trot broke its own highest viewership by recording 11.216% and 13.707%. This is not only the all-time record for the show, but also the best viewership that the network had seen in its history.

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