The Good Bad Mother Ep 13 ratings STRONG as drama finale airs later on tonight

Still from The Good Bad Mother, Ep 14 – courtesy JTBC

The Good Bad Mother, Episode 13 strong nationwide, though falling in Seoul

The penultimate episode of The Good Bad Mother aired on JTBC last night, with the Korean drama’s ratings scoring above 10 percent for the third consecutive week.

Not a surprise, of course, as tonight will see the family drama’s long-awaited finale being aired.

Last night’s The Good Bad Mother, Episode 13 ratings did fall slightly from its previous episode’s, but that is expected to be rectified with the upcoming ratings for tonight’s finale.

According to Nielsen Korea, The Good Bad Mother, Episode 13 earned 10.59 percent of the audience share in its time slot nationwide, which is down 0.4 percent from its previous episode’s all-time high rating.

In Seoul, that drop was slightly larger with The Good Bad Mother, Episode 13 earning 11.09 percent of the rating — a fall of 1.24 percent from Episode 12.

All told, though, the drama has seen phenomenal growth over its last 12 episodes as, remember, the ratings for its first episode were only 3.58 percent nationwide, and only 4.16 percent in Seould.

In other words, the cast and everyone else involved in the writing and production of The Good Bad Mother should be proud of how the drama has captured viewers’ attention and love.


Ra Mi Ran in The Good Bad Mother Episode 14 — courtesy JTBC

Where and when to watch the series finale of The Good Bad Mother?

If you have not yet watched The Good Bad Mother, Episode 13, you can do that now on Netflix. (And get to it fast, as it is a good one!)

The series finale of the Ra Mi Ran, Lee Do Hyun and Ahn Eun Jin-led drama will air on JTBC in South Korea tonight at  22:30 (KST).

Outside Korea, viewers will be able to catch the final episode on Netflix in most regions.

Until then, relive some of the best scenes from the utterly superb The Good Bad Mother via the video from the Netflix K-Content YouTube channel below.


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.