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“Tell Me What You Saw” + “Beautiful Love Wonderful Life” Both Achieve Their Highest Ratings Yet

OCN’s “Tell Me What You Saw” and KBS’s “Beautiful Love Wonderful Life” are soaring to new heights!

On February 23, both dramas hit their highest viewership ratings to date. According to Nielsen Korea, “Tell Me What You Saw” scored an average nationwide rating of 3.7 percent and a peak of 4 percent for its latest episode, marking a new personal record for the mystery thriller.

“Tell Me What You Saw” also performed well with younger viewers, taking first place in its time slot across all cable channels among the key demographic of viewers ages 25 to 49 (with whom it scored an average rating of 2.7 percent and a peak of 3.0 percent).

Meanwhile, just one week after breaking past the 30 percent barrier for the first time, “Beautiful Love Wonderful Life” outperformed itself to reach a new all-time high. The February 23 broadcast of the popular weekend drama scored average nationwide ratings of 26.4 percent and 30.6 percent for its two parts.

Finally, tvN’s new drama “Hi Bye, Mama!” enjoyed a slight increase in its viewership ratings for its second episode, scoring an average nationwide rating of 6.1 percent and a peak of 7.1 percent for the night. “Hi Bye, Mama!” also remained first place in its time slot across all cable channels among the key demographic of viewers ages 20 to 49, with whom it scored an average rating of 3.9 percent and a peak of 4.4 percent.

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