Lies Hidden In My Garden, Episode 3 seems to have grabbed viewers’ attention
The ongoing South Korean mini-drama Lies Hidden In My Garden, Episode 3 aired on Genie TV and ENA last night as the drama heads rapidly towards its halfway point later on tonight.
According to Nielsen Korea, the latest episode of the mystery thriller also grabbed viewers’ attention more than its previous two, as Lies Hidden In My Garden, Episode 3 earned the drama its highest rating yet.
Both with nationwide viewers, and with those in Seoul.
Those ratings were 1.94 percent of the audience share nationwide, which is an increase of 0.70 percent from its previous episode and .75 percent higher than its first episode, which earned the drama its lowest rating yet.
Ratings for Lies Hidden In My Garden, Episode 3 in Seoul were even higher with the drama earning 2.41 percent of the audience share.
An increase of 1.23 percent above its previous episode, and 1.18 percent higher than its first episode.
In other words, the drama is on the rise and let’s hope it continues as, with only 8 episodes in total, this one not only has an interesting plot and superb performances, it is also a fast watch.
Where to watch Lies Hidden in My Garden, Episode 3?
The drama stars Kim Tae Hee, Lim Ji Yeon, Kim Sung Oh, and Choi Jae Rim.
It follows two women, one who seems to have a charmed life, until she notices a foul smell coming from her garden, and the other a victim of domestic abuse.
As Joo Ran (played by Kim Tae Hee) becomes more and more convinced the smell comes from a decomposing body, she meets Sang Eun (Lim Ji Yeon), a woman who is desperate to get away from her abusive husband.
As the two women’s lives become more and more intertwined, will they be able to figure out what is causing the smell, and will Joo Ran’s life so-called perfect life hold up to scrutiny?
Lies Hidden in My Garden is an original Genie TV drama, which is also airing on ENA. It airs every Monday and Tuesday at 22:00 (KST).
Outside South Korea, the drama is streaming via Viki, Amazon Prime Video, and Netflix in various regions. Hulu Japan is carrying it in Japan.
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