“Thirty-Nine” Remains No. 1 In Ratings Despite Overall Dips In Viewership

The Wednesday-Thursday evening dramas experienced slight dips in ratings last night.

According to Nielsen Korea, the March 23 broadcast of JTBC’s “Thirty-Nine” garnered an average nationwide rating of 6.545 percent, which is a slight decline in ratings from the previous episode’s score of 7.2 percent.

tvN’s “Kill Heel” achieved an average nationwide rating of 2.3 percent, also marking a small decrease in ratings from last week’s record of 3.5 percent.

Finally, IHQ and MBN’s “Sponsor” recorded an average nationwide rating of 0.541 percent, which is also a dip in ratings from the previous episode’s score of 0.875 percent.

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