Viewership ratings hit a personal low for Sisyphus: The Myth; Hello, Me! records steady increase
Viewership ratings take an interesting turn this week in the world of K-Dramas.
According to Nielsen Korea, the fifth episode of JTBC's "Sisyphus: The Myth" hit a personal low in ratings. In the last week's episode, which aired on February 25, the series enjoyed an average nationwide rating of 6.2 percent which dropped to 5.2 percent for the episode broadcast on March 3. Though it enjoyed the highest ratings among dramas in that particular time slot, it was a personal low for Sisyphus: The Myth. After an average rating of 5.6 percent for its premiere, the average ratings have always been above 6 percent for the drama. It recorded its personal best for its second episode, broadcasted on February 18.
Meanwhile, the fifth episode of KBS2's drama "Hello, Me!", broadcasted on March 3, recorded an average rating of 3.9 percent. This is a small increase from the ratings of its last episode, 3.1 percent; its personal best being 5.1 percent for the broadcast of its third episode on February 24.
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