True to Love, Episode 13 ratings still SOLID as drama heads to final episode tonight

True to Love, Episode 13 ratings show core viewers still watching soon-to-end rom com

The ENA drama Bo Ra! Deborah aka True to Love, Episode 13 ratings were released earlier today by Nielsen Korea, with the drama continuing to hold onto its audience before its final episode airs later on tonight.

The True to Love, Episode 13 ratings show the Yoo In Na-led drama earned a 0.87 percent share of the audience nationwide, which is only slightly down from its previous episode’s ratings.

In Seoul, True to Love, Episode 13 fared slightly worse, however, as it earned its lowest rating for an episode of the drama yet with just an 0.89 percent audience share.

That did still place the drama in 10th place in its time slot in Seoul though.

With the final episode of the romantic comedy airing tonight, it appears this is as good as it will get for True to Love.

Something I do not understand, as this rom com has been one of my favorites in the last few years.

Where international viewers can watch True to Love, Episode 13

True to Love (Bo Ra! Deborah) is also airing for international viewers on Amazon Prime Video, although that platform does not share viewer ratings or viewer numbers, so it is impossible to know how it is doing.

Episode 13, however, is already up and streaming there.

On IMDB, where the drama is still known by its Korean title Bo Ra! Deborah thankfully (I really hate the bland English title used on Amazon), True to Love is currently rated with an 8.1 out of 10, showing most viewers on the platform are still enjoying the Korean drama.

The final episode of True to Love (Bo Ra! Deborah) will air tonight on ENA at 21:00 (KST), with Amazon Prime Video streaming it soon after.

Tune in then and, if you haven’t yet started watching Bo Ra! Deborah (yeah, I’m sticking with that) and you love a fun rom com, this one hits all the feels.


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.