Comedy-action drama ‘One the Woman’ starring Lee Ha-nee records 12.7% in viewership

연합뉴스 / 2021-09-25 11:15:25
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▲ This photo, provided by SBS, shows scenes from drama “One the Woman.” (PHOTO NOT FOR SALE SALE) (Yonhap)


SEOUL, Sept. 25 (Yonhap) -- SBS TV's latest drama series "One the Woman," which airs every Friday and Saturday, has surpassed 10 percent in viewership after just three episodes, becoming the most popular work out of all the dramas aired during the same period.

The ratings for "One the Woman," which aired at 10 p.m. the previous day, recorded 12.7%, according to recent data from market tracker Nielsen Koreanclick on Saturday.

While "One the Woman" started out as the most viewed drama last week, it seemed to have been deprived of the title to MBC TV's Friday-Saturday drama "The Veil" for a while on the next episode. However, the SBS drama series succeeded in beating the "The Veil" by two percent in viewership.

On Friday's episode, Han Seung-wook (played by actor Lee Sang-yoon) noticed that Cho Yeon-joo (Lee Ha-nee) was not the real Kang Mina (also played by Lee Ha-nee), and made a new plan to protect Mina.

Cho Yeon-joo also realized that she was not Kang Mina by watching her counterattack against the gangsters' surprise attack like an instinct.

"One the Woman," which features Lee Ha-nee's comic acting, captivates viewers with her added unique cheerfulness, especially amid the drama industry, which is full of genre works. The neat and witty directing also adds fun to the drama.

▲ This photo, provided by MBC TV, shows scenes from drama “The Veil.” (PHOTO NOTFOR SALE) (Yonhap)

"The Veil,” which airs at the same time as "One the Woman," recorded a viewer rating of 9.8 percent. Although the action drama is a little behind “One the Woman," it is noteworthy that the TV series is steadily rising in terms of ratings.

In the third episode of "The Veil," which aired the previous day, Han Ji-hyuk (Nam Gung-min) and Yoo Je-yi (Kim Ji-eun) digs behind a “Hwayangpa” member Lee Chun-gil (Lee Jae-kyun) through a full-fledged cooperation.

As a result, Han Ji-hyuk is shocked to realize that the traitor inside the National Intelligence Service (NIS) was nearby and that Lee Chun-gil helped him, but Lee Chun-gil loses his life in the process of trying to prevent the spread of drugs by Hwayangpa.

At the end of the episode, there is another plot twist with a scene that suggests Yoo Je-yi intentionally approached Han Ji-hyuk.

Meanwhile, tvN's Friday-Saturday drama "Yumi's Cells," which aired the previous day, recorded a viewer rating of 2.3%.



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