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‘I Live Alone’ Returns to the 10% Viewership Mark After 5 Weeks

Credit: MBC

I Live Alone returned to the 10% viewership mark in five weeks.

According to Nielsen Korea, the recent episode of MBC’s I Live Alone, which aired on Oct. 2, recorded 10.0% viewership and soared up to 11.3% in the second part (Seoul metropolitan area). This is a 2.6% increase from the 7.4% rating recorded in the previous episode. The show has recovered its ratings in the 10 percent range in five weeks since Aug. 28.

The recent episode featured the return of Ha Seok Jin and Kim Kwang Kyu, the past members of “Rainbow.” Their different style of single lives captivated the small screen.

Ha Seok Jin, who is currently starring in the drama When I Was the Most Beautiful, drew attention by unveiling a sophisticated house overlooking the Han River. Kim Kwang Kyu also showed his new urban life in Gangnam, but he lamented his never-changing solo life, making the cast feel sorry for him. Their similar yet different city life added to the joy. Like this, I Live Alone once again filled Friday night with vivid daily life of familiar faces.

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