Monday and Tuesday evening dramas are all succeeding in various ways!

On May 16, Nielsen Korea revealed how KBS2’s “The Miracle We Met,” SBS’s “Wok of Love,” and MBC’s “Partners for Justice” fared in terms of ratings during their respective May 15 broadcasts.

“The Miracle We Met” continued both its double-digit ratings streak and first place streak with an average 10.9 percent viewership nationwide. Out of the 14 episodes that have aired so far, 11 of them have recorded over 10 percent in ratings, and this drama has been first place in its time slot for the last six weeks.

SBS’s “Wok of Love” was in second place overall with average nationwide ratings of 5.1 percent and 6.8 percent, the latter being a personal best for this drama. Notably, out of these three dramas, “Wok of Love” recorded the highest average rating among those in the 20-49 age group, often referred to as the target audience for broadcasters, with a viewership of 4.5 percent. In comparison, “The Miracle We Met” recorded 3.6 percent and “Partners for Justice” recorded 3.0 percent in this 20-49 age group.

While in third place, “Partners for Justice” saw the biggest increase in ratings, seeing a viewership of 4.7 percent and 6.5 percent nationwide. This is 0.2 percent and 1.6 percent more than ratings for its premiere, causing the gap between “Partners for Justice” and “Wok of Love” to tighten significantly.

Check out the latest episode of “Wok of Love” below!

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