My Perfect Stranger Ep 4 gets BUMP in ratings – Kim Dong Wook drama heading upwards again

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My Perfect Stranger, Episode 4 ratings close to its all-time high

The Kim Dong Wook-led drama My Perfect Stranger is on the rise after its latest ratings show a larger audience heading back to the fantasy drama in South Korea.

New ratings from Nielsen Korea for My Perfect Stranger, Episode 4 show the KBS2 drama earned 4.3 percent nationwide last night.

That is a bump of .3 percent compared to its previous episode, which had its lowest ratings so far, and only .2 percent away from its highest rating yet, which the drama earned for its first episode.

In Seoul, the audience for My Perfect Stranger, Episode 4 was exactly the same, although only .1 percent above its previous episode.

That means, so far at least, Seoul viewers are not increasing in a higher number than those nationwide.

But, with 12 more episodes of the romantic fantasy drama left to air, there is plenty of time for that to change.

Where to watch My Perfect Stranger

The new Korean romantic fantasy drama My Perfect Stranger (previously known by the title Run Into You, and called 어쩌다 마주친, 그대 in Korea) is currently airing on KBS2 in South Korea.

The drama airs every Monday and Tuesday at 21:50 (KST), with its next episode due to premiere on May 15th, 2023.

For viewers who prefer to watch their entertainment on a streaming service, Kocowa and Viki are also streaming each episode soon after it airs in Korea.

You can also watch the K-drama via Amazon Prime Video.

My Perfect Stranger stars Kim Dong Wook and Jin Ki Joo, and follows two people — a journalist and a publishing company editor — who mysteriously end up back in the past.

He in an effort to solve a murder case, and her to prevent her parents from getting married.

Viewers on Viki are currently rating the drama 9.5 out of 10, so this one is popular and, if the story stays as strong as it has been so far, likely to remain so throughout its entire run.

About Michelle Topham

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.