Weekly TV Top10: ‘Our Blues’ Ends in the First Place

Drama Ranking for the 2nd Week of June

tvN’s Our Blues ended in the first place. Though every episode was different, the overall realistic and sympathetic story received favorable reviews throughout the show. In particular, Lee Byung Hun and Kim Hye Ja‘s passionate performances in the last episode garnered rave responses. The appearances of actors with disabilities also drew attention. SBS’s Why Her? kept its place in second place. The swift development and Seo Hyun Jin‘s spiteful acting are drawing positive reviews, but some say that her romance with Hwang In Youp, playing a law school student, was too abrupt and getting in the way. MBC’s Doctor Lawyer, which premiered on the same day, plummeted to tenth place. However, many expressed anticipation for Shin Sung Rok, who appeared for the first time in the third episode. tvN’s Sh**ting Stars ended in third place. Though the series stayed in the 1% ratings in Korea, it successfully gained popularity overseas. tvN’s new drama Link: Eat, Love, Kill debuted at No. 4. Viewers complimented the well-combined genres of mystery, comedy, and romance. JTBC’s new series Insider debuted in eighth place. Some viewers and Buddhists expressed disappointment over the scene in the first episode that showed monks taking part in illegal gambling. The production team edited out the problematic scene and issued an apology.

  1. tvN Our Blues (Share of Audience 19.81) ( – )
  2. SBS Why Her? (Share of Audience 19.49) ( – )
  3. tvN Sh**ting Stars (Share of Audience 6.86) (▲4)
  4. tvN Link: Eat, Love, Kill (Share of Audience 6.58) NEW
  5. tvN Eve (Share of Audience 6.12) (▽2)
  6. KBS Bloody Heart (Share of Audience 5.99) (▽2)
  7. KBS Gold Mask (Share of Audience 4.40) (▲2)
  8. JTBC Insider (Share of Audience 4.09) NEW
  9. JTBC Cleaning Up (Share of Audience 4.02) (▽4)
  10. MBC Doctor Lawyer  (Share of Audience 3.91) (▽4)
  1. Seo Hyun Jin, Why Her? ( – )
  2. Lee Byung Hyun, Our Blues (▲2)
  3. Kim Hye Ja, Our Blues (▲2)
  4. Seo Ye Ji, Eve (▽2)
  5. Park Byung Wun, Eve (▲6)
  6. Moon Ga Young, Link: Eat, Love, Kill NEW
  7. Yeo Jin Goo, Link: Eat, Love, Kill NEW
  8. Hwang In Youp, Why Her? ( – )
  9. Lee Joon, Bloody Heart ( – )
  10. Cha Ye Ryun, Gold Mask (▲9)
Non-Drama Ranking for the 2nd Week of June

KBS’s National Singing Contest took first place. After the news of the death of Song Hae, who was called the “national host,” comments expressing gratitude to the great man who toured around the country for decades for the show poured out. MBC’s I Live Alone ranked second. The get-together of SHINee’s Key and Minho, Highlight’s Son Dong Woon, Jun Hyun Moon, and Code Kunst gained hot responses. tvN’s You Quiz on the Block, which became a hot topic with Davichi’s guest appearance, made a big leap to fourth place.

  1. KBS National Singing Contest (Share of Audience 7.14) (▲60)
  2. MBC I Live Alone (Share of Audience 3.64) (▲1)
  3. MBC Hangout with Yoo (Share of Audience 2.94) (▽1)
  4. tvN You Quiz on the Block (Share of Audience 2.82) (▲21)
  5. SBS Running Man (Share of Audience 2.73) ( – )
  6. JTBC Baseball Monsters (Share of Audience 2.63) NEW
  7. KBS Stars’ Top Recipe at Fun-Staurant (Share of Audience 2.12) (▲2)
  8. SBS Unanswered Questions (Share of Audience 2.00) (▲7)
  9. ENA PLAY/SBS Plus I Am Solo (Share of Audience 1.89) (▲4)
  10. tvN Sixth Sense 3 (Share of Audience 1.75) (▲2)
  1. Song Hae, National Singing Contest (▲75)
  2. Davichi, You Quiz on the Block NEW
  3. Key, I Live Alone (▲59)
  4. Jun Hyun Moo, I Live Alone (▲21)
  5. Im Chang Jung, Same Bed, Different Dreams 2 – You Are My Destiny (▲2)
  6. Kang Min Kyung, You Quiz on the Block NEW
  7. Lee Hae Ri, You Quiz on the Block NEW
  8. Lee Chan Won, Stars’ Top Recipe at Fun-Staurant (▽3)
  9. Minho, I Live Alone NEW
  10. Aiki, The Manager (▲17)

This survey was released by the TV popularity analyst Good Data Corporation after analyzing the internet’s responses generated from news articles, blogs/communities, videos, and SNS in regards to 23 drama series and 191 variety shows that are either on-air or scheduled to be aired from June 6th through June 12th of 2022.

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