According to a South Korean ratings firm, an viewers ranking analysis firm, the tenth episode of JTBC’s Saturday drama ‘Doctor Cha’, which aired on May 14, recorded 17.958% viewership ratings primarily based on pay-TV households nationwide. This is a file that exceeds the earlier highest viewership ranking of 16.181% recorded by the eighth episode. In explicit, ‘Doctor Cha’ surpassed the 16.5% viewership ranking of ‘Itaewon Class‘, which was the 4th highest ranking of JTBC’s all-time drama, and have become the brand new 4th place drama.
‘Doctor Cha’, starring Uhm Jung Hwa and Kim Byeong Cheol, is a drama depicting the story of Cha Jeong Suk, who turned a housewife for 20 years and have become a resident for 1 yr. In the tenth episode, Cha Jeong Suk (Um Jung Hwa) and her husband Seo In Ho (Kim Byung Cheol) and Choi Seung Hee (Myung Se Bin) discovered that they’d a daughter. Following her husband’s double life, Cha Jeong Suk discovered concerning the existence of his daughter, Choi Eun Seo (So Ah Rin). While consideration was targeted on what alternative he would make in the longer term, the change of Choi Seung Hee and Roy Kim (performed by Min Woo Hyuk) additional heightened curiosity. Cha Jeong Suk’s worries deepened. Cha Jeong Suk’s anger surged once more when she noticed Seo In Ho calling Choi Seung Hee drunk late at evening. As her mom Oh Deok Rye (performed by Kim Mi Kyung) mentioned, she considered her youngsters and tried exhausting to maintain on to her coronary heart, however her plain fact ultimately hit her Cha Jeong Suk.
Tale of Nine-Tailed 1938:
Meanwhile, In the 4th episode of tvN’s Saturday and Sunday drama ‘Tale of Nine-Tailed 1938’, which aired on May 14th, the explanation why Lee Yeon (Lee Dong Wook) made an emergency touchdown in 1938 was revealed. The 4th episode recorded a median of seven.6% and a most of 9.0% for households in the metropolitan space, and a median of 6.7% and a most of seven.8% for households nationwide, rating first in the identical time slot together with cable and complete channels.