“Our Blues” And “My Liberation Notes” Ratings Rise For 2nd Episodes; “The King Of Tears, Lee Bang Won” Hits New All-Time High

Several dramas soared to their highest ratings yet last night!

On April 10, both tvN’s “Our Blues” and JTBC’s “My Liberation Notes” saw increases in viewership for their second episodes.

According to Nielsen Korea, the latest broadcast of “Our Blues” scored an average nationwide rating of 8.7 percent, taking first place in its time slot across all cable channels. The star-studded new drama also remained first place in its time slot among the key demographic of viewers age 20 to 49, with whom it scored a nationwide average of 4.0 percent.

Meanwhile, the second episode of “My Liberation Notes” earned an average nationwide rating of 3.0 percent, marking a slight rise from its premiere the night prior.

KBS’s “The King of Tears, Lee Bang Won” reached a new all-time high as it jumped to an average nationwide rating of 11.5 percent, while OCN’s “A Superior Day” climbed slightly to an average rating of 1.0 percent.

Finally, KBS 2TV’s “It’s Beautiful Now” rose to an average nationwide rating of 25.3 percent for its fourth episode, setting a new personal record as the most-watched program of the night.

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