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[Weekly TV Top 10] Junho & Lee Se Young’s ‘The Red Sleeve’ Achieves All-Kill in Popularity Rankings

Drama Ranking for the 4th Week of November

MBC’s The Red Sleeve maintains its top spot for three consecutive weeks. The drama, in general, is receiving favorable reviews, and especially, the actors’ passionate performances are getting rave reviews. KBS’s The King’s Affection saw a slight dip in popularity but still managed to rank second again. Park Eun Bin’s delicate performance and her chemistry with Rowoon are hot topics. tvN’s Happiness saw a rise for two weeks straight, rising to third place. The directing and story of each episode are gaining explosive responses, and many showed expectations for coming episodes. SBS’s Now, We Are Breaking Up came in fourth, seeing a constant decline since the premiere. Though many expressed disappointments over the old-fashioned and improbable story, praises over Jang Ki Yong and Song Hye Kyo’s looks continued to pour out. KBS’s Young Lady and Gentleman came in fifth, although many showed frustration about the dragging story unfolding after Ji Hyun Woo’s amnesia. tvN’s Jirisan ranked sixth for the third week.

TOP 10 Popular TV Drama Series 

  1. MBC The Red Sleeve (Share of Audience 24.65) ( – )
  2. KBS The King’s Affection (Share of Audience 10.57) ( – )
  3. tvN Happiness (Share of Audience 8.31) (▲2)
  4. SBS Now, We Are Breaking Up (Share of Audience 7.73) (▽1)
  5. KBS Young Lady and Gentleman (Share of Audience 7.44) (▽1)
  6. tvN Jirisan (Share of Audience 5.58) ( – )
  7. JTBC Reflection of You (Share of Audience 4.77) (▲1)
  8. KBS School 2021 (Share of Audience 4.37) NEW
  9. tvN Secret Royal Inspector & Joy (Share of Audience 4.20) (▽2)
  10. tvN Melancholia (Share of Audience 4.02) (▽1)

TOP 10 Popular Casts in TV Drama Series 

  1. Lee Se Young, The Red Sleeve (▲2)
  2. Junho, The Red Sleeve (▲5)
  3. Song Hye Kyo, Now, We Are Breaking Up (▽2)
  4. Park Eun Bin, The King’s Affection (▽2)
  5. Ji Hyun Woo, Young Lady and Gentleman ( – )
  6. Jang Ki Yong, Now, We Are Breaking Up (▽2)
  7. Rowoon, The King’s Affection (▽1)
  8. Go Hyun Jung, Reflection of You ( – )
  9. Han Hyo Joo, Happiness (▲1)
  10. Lee Se Hee, Young Lady and Gentleman (▲1)

Non-Drama Ranking for the 3rd Week of November

Mnet’s Show Me The Money 10 took the top spot for four consecutive weeks. The final four (BE’O, SINCE, Jo Gwangil, Koonta) to advance to the final round were announced, setting an all-time popularity record. Meanwhile, attention focused on the broadcasting accident right after Basick’s performance. JTBC’s Knowing Bros ranked second for the second week. The debate over MONIKA’s “proppin” remark started a debate between dancers over the “correct term” to use, drawing keen attention. Third place went to MBC’s My Teenage Girl, which had its premiere on November 28th. Jeon So Yeon’s stinging comment over a disappointing stage made headlines.

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TOP 10 Popular TV Non-Drama Series 

  1. Mnet Show Me The Money 10 (Share of Audience 16.85) ( – )
  2. JTBC Knowing Bros (Share of Audience 4.19) ( – )
  3. MBC My Teenage Girl (Share of Audience 3.54) NEW
  4. MBC Hangout with Yoo (Share of Audience 2.91) (▲4)
  5. SBS Running Man (Share of Audience 2.69) ( – )
  6. MBN Divorced Singles 2 (Share of Audience 2.65) (▽2)
  7. TV CHOSUN Tomorrow Is the National Singer (Share of Audience 2.62) (▽2)
  8. SBS Kick a Goal (Share of Audience 2.19) (▲5)
  9. MBC I Live Alone (Share of Audience 2.12) (▽2)
  10. tvN DoReMi Market (Share of Audience 1.89) (▽1)

TOP 10 Popular Casts in TV Non-Drama Series 

  1. BE’O, Show Me The Money 10 (▲1)
  2. Sandara Park, I Live Alone NEW
  3. Basick, Show Me The Money 10 (▽2)
  4. Yoo Jae Suk, Hangout with Yoo (▲18)
  5. Koonta, Show Me The Money 10 (▲1)
  6. Yoon Nam Gi, Divorced Singles 2 (▲31)
  7. Jo Gwangil, Show Me The Money 10 (▲19)
  8. Park Chang Geun, Tomorrow Is the National Singer (▲17)
  9. Lee Da Eun, Divorced Singles 2 (▲36)
  10. Jung Dong Won, Radio Star NEW

This survey was released on November 29th by the TV popularity analyst Good Data Corporation after analyzing the internet’s responses generated from news articles, blogs/communities, videos, and SNS. It is in regards to 29 drama series that are either on-air or scheduled to be aired from November 22nd through to November 28th of 2021.

 

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