Delightfully Deceitful Ep 6 FALLS slightly in ratings but still in FIRST place

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Delightfully Deceitful, Episode 6 still grabs first place in its time slot

With the official audience numbers for Delightfully Deceitful Episode 6 now out via Nielsen Korea, it appears the drama’s audience nationwide fell slightly over that of its previous episode.

Those numbers were 4.03 percent nationwide, which is a drop of .41 percent from the drama’s fifth episode.

In Seoul, the Delightfully Deceitful, Episode 6 ratings fell at a higher rate with the show taking 4.51 percent of the audience last night, which is a drop of 0.71 percent from Monday night’s episode.

That being said, both numbers still placed Delightfully Deceitful in first place in its time slot across all cable channels.

What fans of Delightfully Deceitful are saying?

While the tvN drama Delightfully Deceitful is difficult to find legally outside South Korea (why has tvN done such a dismal job with international distribution for their last couple of dramas?), there are still enough international viewers watching it to get a pretty good picture of their opinions.

On My Drama List, Delightfully Deceitful has over 6,100 international viewers watching the drama, and they are currently rating it an 8.2 out of 10. A score that is quite high for users of the Asian drama-focused website.

Comments too are very positive, with most people enjoying both the story and the performances of leads Kim Dong Wook and Chun Woo Hee.

People also seem to be thrilled with the chemistry between the two, as well as with the continuing plot twists.

If you are inside South Korea, Delightfully Deceitful, Episode 6 is now airing via TVING. Outside Korea, unfortunately your options are quite limited.

The drama’s next episode will air via tvN on Monday, June 19th at 20:50 (KST).

Until then, you can watch the preview for Episode 7 (in Korean) via tvN drama below.


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Brit-American journalist based in Austria, former radio DJ at 97X WOXY, and Founder/CEO of Leo Sigh. I've covered anime, manga, K-drama and music news for over a decade.