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JTBC’s ‘Lost’ Ratings Dip Slightly Compared to Its Premiere Episode

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JTBC’s drama Lost saw a slight dip in ratings this week.

According to Nielsen Korea, the latest episode of Lost, which aired on the 5th, scored an average nationwide rating of 3.4 percent, falling 0.4 percent short of its premiere rating of 4.2 percent.

The latest episode revealed the horrible past between Boo Jung (Jeon Do Yeon) and Aran (Park Ji Young). Also, the show gave a glimpse at Kang Jae (Ryu Jun Yeol) who keeps running into Boojung by fate at her most difficult times, building anticipation toward what story will unfold next.

Regarding the new drama, the production team shared, “Amid several strange encounters, Boo Jung and Kang Jae will be getting closer to each other with inexplainable attraction and curiosity. Please keep an eye on the changes in the relationship between Jeong Soo (Park Byung Eun) and Kyung Eun (Kim Hyo Jin) and other people who are starting to get involved.”

Meanwhile, Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha scored an average nationwide rating of 8.7 percent, maintaining its ratings in the 8 percent range.

 

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