“Crazy Love” Starring Krystal and Kim Jae Wook Premieres To Promising Viewership Ratings

KBS 2TV‘s new Monday-Tuesday drama “Crazy Love” started with a rating of 3%.

According to Nielsen Korea, a ratings research company on March 8th, the first episode of “Crazy Love“, which aired at 9:30 pm the day before, recorded 3.4% in viewership.

In the broadcast, Lee Shin Ah (Jung Su Jeong), the secretary of Noh Go Jin (Kim Jae Wook), the representative of high-top education, the No. 1 private education industry in Korea, was sentenced to death.

Shin Ah, who has lived with headache medicine for a year under Noh Go Jin, who has a personality and perfectionist tendency, was diagnosed with a brain tumor at a health check-up and went to Noh Go Jin‘s house with a blunt weapon, heralding a reversal.

Crazy Love“, which had a lot of expectations among viewers due to the meeting of Kim Jae Wook and Jung Su Jeong, gave laughter with its comic acting and directing, but also made it more fun to guess who was the person who sent the murder notice to Noh Go Jin for a long time.

With the addition of “Crazy Love“, the Monday-Tuesday drama started a three-way battle with SBS TV‘s “Business Proposal” and tvN‘s “Military Prosecutor Doberman“.

In a situation in which “Business Proposal” and “Military Prosecutor Doberman“, which started broadcasting last week, first gathered viewers, the reaction to the latecomer “Crazy Love” is paying attention.

On March 7th, “Business Proposal” recorded 8.1% and “Military Prosecutor Doberman“‘s ratings were 7.2% (non-terrestrial paid households).

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