The Real Has Come Ep 30 ratings 21 PERCENT of audience share – drama STILL in 1st PLACE

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The Real Has Come, Ep 30 shows no signs of slowing down in the ratings

The KBS2 drama The Real Has Come, Episode 30 hit last night in South Korea with the family drama showing no sign of slowing down in the ratings.

According to Nielsen Korea, the latest episode of The Real Has Come earned 21.00 percent of the audience share.

That rating is up from the previous episode’s 18.10 percent, and keeps the drama firmly in first place nationwide, where it has been for most of its now-30-episode run.

In Seoul, the drama saw similar results with The Real Has Come, Episode 30 garnering 19.5 percent of the audience, which is an increase of 2.20 percent from its previous episode’s ratings.

Since its premiere on March 25th, The Real Has Come ratings have been incredibly solid and, with 20 more episodes of the melo-drama still to go, it is looking highly likely they will only remain the same or even increase.

The Real Has Come and international viewers

Meanwhile, international viewers of The Real Has Come are also loving the Korean soap opera.

On the Asian drama focused website My Drama List, viewers are currently rating it an 8.1 out of 10 (a high rating for users of that site), and commenting obsessively about what might happen next.

Over on Viki, where The Real Has Come is being streamed for many international viewers, the drama is also earning a 9.0 out of 10 and, with the number of people rating it, seems to be one of the most-watched dramas on the platform.

The Real Has Come stars Baek Jin Hee, Ahn Jae Hyun, Cha Joo Young, and Jung Eui Jae.

The drama airs every Saturday and Sunday at 19:55 (KST) on KBS2 in Korea, with international viewers getting access to the latest episode soon after via Viki and Kocowa.

The next The Real Has Come episode will air 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.