See You In My 19th Life Ep 6 ratings RISE nationwide as drama STILL on Netflix Top 10 list

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See You In My 19th Life, Episode 6 aired on both tvN in South Korea and on Netflix worldwide last night to excellent ratings for both of them.

First in South Korea, according to Nielsen Korea, the ratings for See You In My 19th Life, Episode 6 (Titled “The Spot in One’s Heart from Longing“) were 5.59 percent nationwide, which is an increase of 1.14 percent from Episode 5.

In Seoul, the romantic drama performed even better garnering 5.98 percent of the audience share, which is a big increase from the previous episode’s lowest ever rating of 4.70 percent.

Heading into the final half of the K-drama next week then (yes, See You In My 19th Life is a 12-episode drama), the ratings for Episode 6 bode well for the drama’s remaining run.

See You In My 19th Life ratings on Netflix

The Shin Hye Sun andĀ Ahn Bo Hyun-led drama has performed superbly since it premiered on Netflix on June 17th.

According to Flix Patrol, See You In My 19th Life is currently ranking at #7 on the Netflix Top TV Shows for July 2nd, and has been ranking on that chart consistently almost since the second day of its release.

The drama is also currently being rated an 8.1 out of 10 by viewers on IMDB, which is a high rating for that site.

Similarly on My Drama List, after See You In My 19th Life, Episode 6 aired, the drama is now rated an 8.8 out of 10, which is crazy high for users of that Asian drama-focused website.

In other words, See You In My 19th Life seems to be performing even better outside South Korea than inside the country.

See You In My 19th Life stars Shin Hye Sun and Ahn Bo Hyun, and airs every Saturday and Sunday on tvN in South Korea at 21:20 (KST).

New episodes are uploaded to Netflix for international viewers around the same time they air in South Korea, with the next episode due to release on Saturday, July 8th.


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.