Tell Me That You Love Me E9 rating rises as superb drama continues to provide all the feels

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The Korean romance drama Tell Me That You Love Me, Episode 9 ratings are out and, what a nice Christmas gift for the cast and crew, as the Jung Woo Sung and Shin Hyun Been-led drama shot back up in the nationwide ratings in South Korea on Christmas Day.

According to Nielsen Korea, Tell Me That You Love Me, Episode 9 earned 1.90 percent of the audience share, which is almost back to the drama’s all-time high of 1.98 percent that it earned for Episode 4.

With each episode of the year’s best romance drama (yes, it really is) getting more and more attention, that means there is also a good chance the K-drama will get over the 2.0 percent mark soon.

Fingers crossed, eh?

Tell Me That You Love Me international viewers rating it high

While the Korea drama has been difficult to find for many outside South Korea, enough have made an effort that it is currently being rated a high 8.6 out of 10 on My Drama List by almost 9,500 international viewers.

On IMDB, the K-drama is being rated an even higher 9.3 out of 10, and with viewers on both sites commenting on how “comfy”, “satisfying” and “healing” the drama has been so far.

In fact, the only qualm anyone seems to have about Tell Me That You Love Me is that it won’t give Cha Jin Woo and Jung Mo Eun the happy ending all of us want and need for them.

Especially with Jin Woo’s ex-girlfriend being such a pain in the bum.

You can watch Episode 9 of Tell Me That You Love Me on Disney Plus in select regions now.

Episode 10 aired on ENA and Genie TV in South Korea a few hours ago, and can be watched on Disney Plus as well.


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.