See You In My 19th Life Ep 3 has slight DROP in ratings but still HIGHER than first episode

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The South Korean drama See You In My 19th Life, Episode 3 aired on tvN in Korea last night and saw a slight drop in its ratings compared to its previous episode.

The drop was on a Saturday night though, which is notorious for drama’s earning lower ratings than previous episodes.

Even with the slight drop, See You In My 19th Life, Episode 3 still garnered a higher audience rating than its first episode, which also aired on a Saturday night.

According to Nielsen Korea, Episode 3 of the drama earned 4.94 percent of the audience share nationwide, with a higher 5.3 percent in Seoul.

Both ratings are a drop of 0.54 percent (nationwide) and 0.68 percent (Seoul) respectively from Episode 2, which saw the drama earn its highest rating in the season so far.

International viewers and See You In My 19th Life

International viewers of See You In My 19th Life are watching the romantic drama via Netflix where, according to Flix Patrol, it was in the Top 10 most-watched TV shows in 24 countries up until earlier today.

On My Drama List, See You In My 19th Life is currently rated an 8.7 out of 10, which is a very high rating for users of that site and indicative of most people watching the drama enjoying what they are viewing.

See You In My 19th Life is based on the webtoon by Lee Hey (read it, it is excellent), and stars Shin Hye Sun, Ahn Bo Hyun, Ha Yoon Kyung, and Ahn Dong Goo.

The drama airs every Saturday and Sunday night on tvN in South Korea at at 21:20 (KST), with Netflix uploading new episodes around the same time.

Now re-watch the lovely scene from Episode 2 below, and then tune in for Episode 4, which will be airing/streaming in just a few hours.

Fingers crossed its ratings will also be higher than last night’s. It being a Sunday night, they should be.

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About Michelle Topham

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