On September 22, two new dramas premiered in the Wednesday-Thursday evening time slot!
According to Nielsen Korea, the premiere of KBS 2TV’s “Dali and Cocky Prince” recorded average nationwide viewership ratings of 4.4 percent. This is KBS 2TV’s first Wednesday-Thursday drama in three months and has many people curious about its potential.
“Dali and Cocky Prince” is a romantic comedy starring Kim Min Jae as Jin Mu Hak, a man who lacks schooling and book smarts but is extremely resourceful and talented at making a living, and Park Gyu Young as Kim Dal Li, a woman who is intellectually polished and comes from an elite background but doesn’t know how to take care of herself.
tvN’s “Hometown” also garnered average nationwide viewership ratings of 2.827 percent for its premiere episode.
A mystery thriller drama set in a rural town in 1999, “Hometown” follows a detective named Choi Hyung In (Yoo Jae Myung), who is investigating a series of strange murders, and a woman named Jo Jung Hyun (Han Ye Ri), who is searching for her kidnapped niece. Entangled in their lives is the terrorist Jo Kyung Ho, Jo Jung Hyun’s brother, who is serving a life sentence in prison for a gas attack in 1987, in which Choi Hyung In lost his wife.