“Forecasting Love and Weather,” which stars Song Kang and Park Min Young, is a new romance drama about the work and love lives of people who work at Korea’s national weather forecast service. Meanwhile, “Twenty Five, Twenty One,” which is set in 1998, stars Nam Joo Hyuk and Kim Tae Ri as two young people who fall in love amidst the aftermath of the IMF financial crisis.
According to Nielsen Korea, on February 13, the second episode of “Forecasting Love and Weather” scored an average nationwide rating of 5.5 percent—marking a significant increase in viewership from the drama’s premiere the night before.
“Twenty Five, Twenty One” climbed even higher, taking first place in its time slot across all cable channels with an average nationwide rating of 8.0 percent. The new drama also took first place in its time slot among the key demographic of viewers ages 20 to 49, with whom it earned an average rating of 4.2 percent.
KBS 2TV’s “Young Lady and Gentleman,” which normally airs on Saturdays and Sundays, did not air last night due to coverage of the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics.