"Master - God of Noodles" starts in 2d place

There used to be no hale effect for "Master - God of Noodles" from "Descendants of the Sun".

According to Nielsen Korea, the KBS 2TV drama "Master - God of Noodles" rated 7.6%. Here isnot up tothe primary episode of the former drama, "Descendants of the Sun".

On the 1st episode, the competition between Moo-myeong (Cheon Jeong-myeong) and Kim Gil-do (Jo Jae-hyeon) become depicted.

SBS "Entertainers" rated 7.2% and MBC "Goodbye Mr. Black" 8.7%.


'She used to be Pretty' starts off in final place

'She used to be Pretty' starts off in final place

The new MBC drama "She Was once Pretty" started out with a unmarried digit.

According to Nielsen Korea, the primary episode of "She Become Pretty" recorded 4.8%.

This is 2.9% less than the general episode of "Scholar Who Walks the Night". It"s some of the lowest ratings yet.

The first episode of "She Was Pretty" offered the complex characters of Hye-jin (Hwang Jeong-eum), Seong Joon (Park Seo-joon) and Ha-ri (Ko Joon-hee).

Meanwhile, SBS "Yong Pal" recorded 21.5% and KBS "Assembly" 5.4%.

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'Who Are You - School 2015' Starts In Third Place

'Who Are You - School 2015' Starts In Third Place

Who Are You - School 2015?

The first episode of "Who Are You - School 2015" landed in third place. The high school identity-switching drama, starring Kim So Hyun, Nam Joo Hyuk and BTOB"s Yook Sung Jae only rated 3.8 percent, but it did start at a disadvantage.

The previous drama in that time slot, "Blood" remained in third place for much of its airtime, making it easier for viewers to switch their allegiance to the other drama contenders, the 50-episode historical drama "Hwajung" and the comedy "Heard It Through The Grapevine."

This week "Heard It Through The Grapevine," starring Lee Joon and Go Sung Ah, rated 11.1 percent of the viewers. The drama focuses on the young conscientious son of a privileged family. When he learns that his girlfriend is pregnant, he decides to marry her over his family"s opposition. She is poor and comes from an undistinguished family. His family is so snobby that it is hard for them to value anyone outside of their social standing. True love does persevere and the couple marries anyway, changing the household she marries into. By this point in the drama, the pretentious snobbery of his family may cause them to become the subject of ridicule, making it a satisfying social satire. Seeing snobbery fail is always fun and Lee Joon and Go Seung Ah are a swet couple to cheer for.

In second place is the saeguk "Hwajung," which scored 9.9 percent of the ratings. The drama, also known as "Splendid Politics," stars Cha Seung Won as the tortured Prince Gwanghae, whose life is riddled with poisonous court intrigue. Viewers have yet to see Lee Yeon Hee as the grown-up Princess Jung Myung, his banished half-sister. At this point in the story, she has escaped from the palace disguised as a boy so that she will avoid being implicated in a treasonous plot. "Hwajung" is a very well written drama but fewer k-drama viewers are willing to commit to a 50-episode saeguk. Depending on what replaces "Heard It Through The Grapevine," that might change.

The first episode of "Who Are You - School 2015" was off to a promising start with an unflinching look at school bullying. Some of the scenes evoked and even one-upped Gu Hye Sun"s scenes as the victim of bullying in "Boys Over Flowers." Kim So Hyun plays the leading role in this "Prince and the Pauper" tale of an unhappy girl who swaps places with a popular girl at a private school.


"The Girl Who Sees Smells" starts off in last place

SBS drama "The Girl Who Sees Smells" started off in last place.

According to Nielsen Korea, "The Girl Who Sees Smells" recorded 5.6%. This is still 1.3% more than the final episode of "Hyde, Jekyll and I".

The first episode introduced Sin Se-kyeong and Park Yoo-chun.

"The Girl Who Sees Smells" is a story about a man who doesn"t feel pain after losing his sister to a murder and a woman who sees smell after a similar accident.

Meanwhile, KBS 2TV "Unkind Women" recorded 11.9% and MBC "Angry Mom" 8.4%.



"Heard It Through the Grapevine" starts off in 2nd place

The new SBS drama "Heard It Through the Grapevine" came in second.

According to Nielsen Korea, "Heard It Through the Grapevine" rated 7.2%.

Han In-sang (Lee Joon), the son of one of the most royal families in Korea and high school student, spends a night with fellow student Seo-bom (Ko Ah-seong) and gets out of reach with her until he finds out she"s pregnant.

Meanwhile, MBC "Shine or Go Crazy" came in first with 13.1% and KBS 2TV "Blood" rated 6%.



"My Love, My Bride - 2014" starts off in first place

"My Love, My Bride - 2014" made it to the top of the box office on the day of release.

According to the Korean Film Council, "My Love, My Bride - 2014" rounded up 88,408 audiences on the 8th. The accumulated number of audiences including the charged preview is 101,307, which puts it at the top of the box office.

With the Hangeul Day coming up on the 9th, the results are expected to be higher. The morning alone rated 22%. "Dracula Untold" came in second with 15.1%.

"My Love, My Bride - 2014" is a real comedy about a honeymoon couple starring Sin Min-ah and Jo Jeong-seok.

Meanwhile, "Dracula Untold" came in second with 74,586 audiences and in third place is "Whistle Blower" with 63,068.



"My Lovely Girl" starts off in second place

"My Lovely Girl" started off in second place.

According to Nielsen Korea, the first episode of the new SBS drama "My Lovely Girl" recorded 8.2%.

This is 4.7% lower than the final episode of "It"s Okay, That"s Love" and 1.1% lower than the first.

The third episode of MBC drama "My Spring Days" recorded 9.5% and came in first place. The first episode of this drama rated 8.1% on the first episode and 8.7% on the second episode.

The third episode of KBS 2TV "Blade Man" rated 5.6% and came in last. The first episode recorded 6.6% and the second recorded 5.7% and it has slowly been decreasing.

Meanwhile, in "My Lovely Girl", Lee Hyeon-wook (Rain) learned about his dead lover"s sister Yoon Sena (Krystal).



New Drama, Temptation Starts Off in Third Place in Viewer Ratings

New Drama, Temptation Starts Off in Third Place in Viewer Ratings

New Drama, “Temptation” Starts Off in Third Place in Viewer Ratings SBS’s new Monday-Tuesday drama “Temptation” started off with a 7.6% rating, starting off in third place among the other Monday-Tuesday dramas.

Among the dramas that aired around the same time as “Temptation,” it had the lowest rating. However, since it’s only the first episode and the difference in ratings isn’t that big, it’s not a bad start.

“Temptation” aired its first episode after “Doctor Stranger” finished. The drama is about a man that accepts a tempting offer and makes a decision he cannot take back. Kwon Sang Woo plays the character Cha Suk Hoon who is pushed to the limits and Choi Ji Woo plays the character Yoo Sae Young that tempts him through a secretive offer. “Tempation” aired its first episode on July 14 where it revealed the tense relationship between Cha Suk Hoon and Yoo Sae Young.

Meanwhile, the rating for MBC’s “Triangle” is 9.1%, placing it in first place. KBS 2TV’s “Trot Lovers” had a rating of 8.3%.

New Drama, “Temptation” Starts Off in Third Place in Viewer Ratings


"Temptation" starts off in last place

New SBS drama "Temptation" started off last in the rankings.

According to Nielsen Korea, the viewing percentage recorded 7.6%.

Although it came in last, it's too soon to say anything. All the Monday and Tuesday dramas on air currently have single digit percentages.

Also, kwon Sang-woo and Choi Ji-woo's reunion has been a hot topic since before the making of the drama, so there is always a chance that this drama could rise to the top.

MBC "Triangle - Drama" rated 9.1% and KBS 2TV "Trot Romance" rated 8.3%.

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