Korean actor Lee Bo-young poses on the set of SBS "I Can Hear Your Voice." [SBS]

Korean actor Lee Bo-young poses on the set of SBS “I Can Hear Your Voice.” [SBS]

As widely expected, Lee Jong-suk’s SBS series “I Can Hear Your Voice” ended its two-month run at the top of Wednesday and Thursday prime time drama charts, staying the most popular series for eight consecutive weeks.

The show drew in an average viewership rating of 22.7 percent on July 31 and August 1, AGB Nielsen Media Research (Nielsen Korea) showed on Friday.

The drama will be followed by So Ji-sub’s new drama “Sun of the Lord” (translated title) which is set to premiere on August 7.

Next on the chart was Ko Hyun-jung’s MBC drama “Queen’s Classroom” which also ended this week with an average score of 8.1 percent.

Lee Joon-gi’s new drama” Two Weeks” (translated title) will take its slot, also making its premiere next Wednesday.

On the bottom of the chart was Uhm Tae-woong and Kim Ok-vin’s historical martial arts drama “The Blade and Petal” with an average mark of 5.25 percent.

Meanwhile, TNmS (Total National Multimedia Statistic) showed the three programs in the same order for the same time slot.

“Voice” was glued atop the chart with an average rating of 24.95 percent, “Queen’s Classroom” sat on the second spot with an average score of 8.4 percent, and “The Blade and Petal” was at the bottom with an average mark of 4.8 percent.

Reporter. Lee Eun Ah domino@tenasia.co.kr
Editor. Jessica Kim

Courtesy of SBS