The Secret Romantic Guesthouse Ep 17 audience still SOLID before series finale tonight

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With only a small drop in ratings, The Secret Romantic Guesthouse Ep. 17 proves drama can keep its audience throughout

The finale of The Secret Romantic Guesthouse will air later on tonight, after its penultimate episode premiered on SBS TV in South Korea last night.

That episode, The Secret Romantic Guesthouse, Episode 17 ratings are also in today and, while not as high as its previous episode, the drama still held steady with viewers proving, yet again, it has earned a solid and very loyal audience.

Meaning the period drama is now well set up to earn its highest ratings yet for its series finale tonight.

Those ratings for The Secret Romantic Guesthouse, Episode 17 via Nielsen Korea, by the way, were 4.1 percent nationwide, and a slightly higher 4.3 percent in Seoul.

With only a drop of .40 percent nationwide and .30 percent in Seoul then, the audience fall for The Secret Romantic Guesthouse, Episode 17 is negligible.

In other words, my prediction is the series finale will easily garner the drama’s largest audience, and send off actors Shin Ye Eun, Ryeoun, Jung Gun Joo, and Kang Hoon well pleased with the reception to what they helped create.

Where to watch The Secret Romantic Guesthouse finale?

The series finale of The Secret Romantic Guesthouse will air tonight on SBS TV at at 22:00 (KST), with Viki streaming the final episode for international fans soon afterwards.

Meanwhile, if you have not yet begun watching The Secret Romantic Guesthouse, I highly recommend you do.

Especially if you are a fan of Korean period dramas, as this one has been one of the best and most interesting I have watched in a while.

The mystery drama’s cast is superb, the characters and plot are intriguing and interesting, and the cinematography is beautifully done.

Plus, The Secret Romantic Guesthouse is not one of those K-dramas where you guess the mystery two episodes in.

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.