Flex X Cop Ep 14 beats Wonderful World Ep 6 in ratings as it heads towards next week’s finale

I am fascinated by the ratings for Korean dramas Wonderful World and Flex X Cop, which are currently airing in the same time slot on South Korean TV on Friday and Saturday nights.

The two K-dramas have been battling it out for top spot since March 1st when Wonderful World premiered, with one drama beating the other one night, followed by the other beating that one the following evening.

Last week, however, it was Flex X Cop that won over Wonderful World in the ratings both on Friday and Saturday nights.

This week, it looks like the tables were turned slightly as Wonderful World beat Flex X Cop on Friday night while earning its highest rating to-date, but then couldn’t sustain its high ratings on Saturday night.

Flex X Cop Ep 14 beats Wonderful World Ep 6 in both nationwide and Seoul ratings

The latest numbers via Nielsen Korea show Flex X Cop, Episode 14 ratings were quite a bit higher than Wonderful World, Episode 6’s viewership last night.

Both nationwide and in Seoul.

Those Flex X Cop, Episode 14 ratings were 9.8 percent nationwide versus Wonderful World, Episode 6’s audience share of 7.3 percent.

In Seoul, the numbers were Flex X Cop, Episode 14 ratings at 10.6 percent versus Wonderful World, Episode 6’s viewership of 7.3 percent — quite a big difference, isn’t it?

The final two episodes of Flex X Cop will air next weekend, while Wonderful World still has 8 episodes left in its 14-episode season.

My guess is then that Flex X Cop will probably have the higher ratings next weekend as well, as many of its viewers are dying to see how the comedy action drama ends.

Where to watch Flex X Cop and Wonderful World

Flex X Cop stars Ahn Bo Hyun and Park Ji Hyun, and airs on SBS in South Korea every Friday and Saturday night through March 23rd.

Disney Plus is streaming the Korean drama in some international regions.

As for Wonderful World, that drama also airs on the same evenings, in the same time slot, but this time on MBC.

It stars Kim Nam Joo, Cha Eun Woo, Kim Kang Woo, and Im Se Mi, and will air through April 10th, 2024, with Disney Plus also streaming the revenge drama for its viewers.

About Michelle Topham

I'm a Brit-American journalist, former radio DJ at 97X WOXY, and Founder/CEO of Leo Sigh. I'm also obsessed with music, anime, manga, and K-dramas. Help!