My Demon Soars in Ratings; The Story of Park’s Marriage Contract Holds Top Position


In the dynamic landscape of Korean dramas, Song Kang’s My Demon is making waves with a significant surge in ratings, while Lee See Young and Bae In Hyuk’s The Story of Park’s Marriage Contract maintains its No. 1 position, despite a slight decrease in ratings.

My Demon’s Captivating Rise

The romantic fantasy drama, My Demon, has entered its second half with a remarkable surge in ratings, leaving viewers eagerly anticipating each episode. The recent intensity created by a memorable kiss sequence on social media sparked increased interest, propelling the drama to new heights. This week’s episode, featuring the lead couple’s first intimate encounter, is poised to further captivate the audience.

Ratings Climbing Charts

According to Nielsen Korea, the SBS K-drama, My Demon, has achieved an average nationwide rating of 4.2 percent for its return in the second half. The anticipation for episode 9 has heightened expectations, and the series is also globally accessible on Netflix, expanding its reach to an international audience.

Steady Reign of The Story of Park’s Marriage Contract

Despite facing a minor dip in ratings, Lee See Young and Bae In Hyuk’s The Story of Park’s Marriage Contract maintains its stronghold as the top Friday-Saturday drama. With the latest episode securing an average nationwide rating of 7.4 percent, the series continues to be the most-watched in its time slot.

Gyeongseong Creature Unveils on Netflix

Adding to the excitement in the K-drama universe, Gyeongseong Creature, featuring Park Seo Joon and Han So Hee, is set to stream on Netflix. The mystery thriller will be released in two parts, with the first seven episodes scheduled for December 22, 2023, and the final three episodes arriving on January 5, 2024. The stellar cast, including Park Seo Joon, Han So Hee, Claudia Kim, Kim Hae Sook, Cho Han Cheul, and Wi Ha Joon, promises an enthralling viewing experience.

The ratings battle unfolds, My Demon’s ascent and The Story of Park’s Marriage Contract’s consistent reign affirm the vibrancy of the Korean drama landscape.


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