“Twenty Five Twenty One” And “Forecasting Love and Weather” Both Hit Their All-Time Highest Ratings Yet For Episode 7

Two new dramas achieved their highest ratings yet last night!

On March 6, tvN’s “Twenty Five Twenty One” continued its upward trend in viewership for its 7th episode as Kim Tae Ri and Nam Joo Hyuk gave a gloomy impression as they grew up together overcoming the controversy over the gold medal stained by Kim Ji Yeon (Bona).

According to Nielsen Korea, the latest broadcast of the new drama starring Kim Tae Ri, Nam Joo Hyuk, WJSN‘s Bona, Choi Hyun Wook and Lee Ju Myoung scored an average nationwide rating of 12.3% percent, marking a new all-time high for the show.

tvN’s “Twenty Five Twenty One” is a drama about the romantic story of two people who first met when they were 22 and 18, then again four years later at 25 and 21. The story follows the pure and fierce growth of immature youth and the excitement and difficulties between friendship and love.

Meanwhile, JTBC’s new drama “Forecasting Love and Weather” also enjoyed a rise in viewership for its 7th episode as Song Kang, Lee Sung Wook, and Moon Tae Yu gathered at the house of Park Min Young along with Park Yoon who came drunk.

With this series of sudden events, the drama climbed to an average nationwide rating of 7.4 percent, marking a modest increase from 6th episode (which averaged 7.3 percent nationwide).

JTBC‘s “Forecasting Love and Weather” tells the work and love stories of people working at the National Weather Service. It depicts the cheerful love story of people who have ups and downs at their workplace.



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