According to AGB Nielsen Media Research on April 27th, KBS’s “The Equator Man” received 15.2% in average viewership rating for episode 12, the rating was slightly increased by 0.2% from previous episode. SBS’s “Rooftop Prince” also showed an improvement in its rating when received 11.3% for episode 12, the rating was increased by 0.7% from previous episode. However, MBC’s “The King 2Hearts” unable to score better rating when only received 10.7% for episode 12, the rating was dropped by 0.6% from previous episode.
Rating Rooftop Prince Ep 16
According to AGB Nielsen Media Research on April 25th, KBS’s “The Equator Man” received 15% in average viewership rating for episode 11, the rating continue to climb and soared by 2% from previous episode. MBC’s “The King 2Hearts” broke the deadlock in its rating collection when scored 11.3% for episode 11, the rating increased by 0.8% from previous episode and succeeded in improving its position to second place. Therefore, SBS’s “Rooftop Prince” dropped to third place when scored 10.6% for episode 11, the rating slightly increased by 0.2%.
According to AGB Nielsen Media Research on April 20th, KBS’s “The Equator Man” continued to strengthen its position as the most watched drama of the night when recorded 13% in episode 10, it increase by of 1% from previous episode. SBS’s “Rooftop Prince” also showed an improvement in average viewership rating when recorded 12% in episode 9. However it fell again when only recorded 10.4% in episode 10, a drop of 1.6% from previous episode. Meanwhile the rating for MBC’s “The King 2 Hearts” continued to decline when only recorded 10.5% for episode 10, the rating slightly decline by 0.3% from previous episode.
In the episode, the kiss scene between Park Yoo Chun and Han Ji Min was broadcast for the first time since the kickoff of the series. The kiss scene came when Park Ha has to give breath mouth-to-mouth to Lee Gak, who is throwing up a dish of crabs. Moreover, Park teaches him how to drive and the duo gets even more closer.
According to AGB Nielsen Media Research on April 13th, SBS’s “Rooftop Prince” received 12.5% for episode 7, there is no change in average viewership rating than previous episode but it reclaims the status as the most popular drama once again. MBC’s “The King 2 Hearts” which were aired 2 episodes back to back on April 12th scored 11% for episode 7, the rating dropped by 1.1% from previous episode but it rose back and scored 12.5% for episode 8. Meanwhile KBS’s “The Equator Man” get 10.8% for episode 8, it received a significant drop of 4.1% from previous episode.
According to AGB Nielsen Media Research on April 5th, KBS’s “The Equator Man” the only drama in Wednesday-Thursday time slot that received better rating compared to previous episode. It received 10.2% average viewership rating for episode 5 with 1.7% increment from previous episode. The top position still occupied by MBC’s “The King 2 Hearts” with 13.5%, but the rating was dropped by 1.1% from previous episode. In the meantime, SBS’s “Rooftop Prince” scored 11.2%, slightly decreased by 0.2%.
According to AGB Nielsen Media Research on March 30th, KBS’s “The King 2 Hearts” received 14.6% for episode 4, it slightly increased by 0.1% from previous episode and still standing as the most popular drama for the time slot. MBC’s “Rooftop Prince” at second place with 11.4%, a 0.2% higher than previous episode. While KBS’s “The Equator Man” scored 8.5%, a rose of 0.4% in average viewership rating.
‘The King 2 Hearts’ opens an early door for the rating competition against ‘Rooftop Prince’ and ‘The Equator Man’
Meanwhile, on March 21, the three Korean major TV channels offered new TV series of their own. According to AGB Nielsen Media Research Korea, MBC’s The King 2 Hearts won a landslide victory with the rating of 16.2%, while beating its rivals—Rooftop Prince(9.8%) and The Equator Man(7.7%)—that began to air on the same day.
SBS′ new drama Sense of Men and Woman is being written by Lee Hee Myung, who wrote Rooftop Prince starring Park Yoo Chun and Han Ji Min, as well as Yawang starring Kwon Sang Woo. The drama′s title was recently changed from The Girl Who Sees Smells.
To be broadcast following the conclusion of Hyde, Jekyll, Me, Sense of Men and Women is about a man who loses his sister through a murder case and a woman who miraculously survived the same incident.
Whether as Park Ha or Bu Yong, her brains are always on display. No, not literally! As Bu Yong, she was clearly the smarter of the two sisters who could always answer the Crown Prince’s riddles and playfully banter with him in poetry. She had even saved her sister, Hong Hwa Yong, from shame and embarrassment on multiple occasions by engaging Lee Gak in distracting conversation when it was clear her sister had no idea how to respond to the Crown Prince’s apparent adoration for poetry and literature. In the present day as Park Ha, she has been independent practically her entire life and knows how to take care of herself. If something is fishy, Park Ha can usually tell.
It takes a lot of courage and guts to team up with Lee Gak in order to draw out criminals, Hong Se Na and Yong Tae Mu, but Park Ha does it with fierce determination. She willingly dives into danger to bring justice and help Lee Gak solve the mystery of why he was transported to the modern times and figure out what really happened to Yong Tae Yong, his present day self. As her past self, there is no better sign of inner strength than to willingly eat dried permissions that have been sprinkled with poison, knowing that she’s, not only saving her evil family, but the Crown Prince as well.
How much influential power does it take to make a Crown Prince lose his composure and participate in childish pranks? How much influence must he be under in order to squeal and prance around after realizing how fun the modern times can be? Enough said! Haha.