Weekend K-drama “Twenty Five, Twenty One,” which stars Nam Joo Hyuk and Kim Tae Ri’s makes a new record on Netflix’s “Global Top 10 TV Shows” list.
tvN’s ‘Twenty Five, Twenty One’ Dominates Netflix’s Global Top 10 List
tvN is one of the most famous Korean broadcasting companies that consistently produces compelling and most-anticipated dramas that many local and abroad viewers enjoy. Its currently airing weekend series “Twenty Five, Twenty One” continues to receive favorable reviews from viewers and generates buzz on various social media platforms.
The series and its stars consistently topped the most buzzworthy K-dramas and actors for six straight weeks since its premiere. “Twenty Five, Twenty One” made it big time as it entered “Netflix’s Global Top 10 TV Shows” list.
Based on Flix Patrol’s data that was published on March 22, Nam Joo Hyuk’s drama ranked no.8 on Netflix’s daily “Global Top 10 TV Shows” list. Monday-Tuesday series “A Business Proposal” which stars Kim Sejeong and Ahn Hyo Seop made it to the sixth spot.
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Kim Tae Ri’s drama comeback also placed first in more than eight countries including the Philippines, Vietnam, Malaysia, Indonesia, Maldives, Saudi Arabia, and more.
‘Twenty Five, Twenty One’ Remain to Have Double-Digit Ratings
Meanwhile, apart from being crowned as the most buzzworthy drama, tvN’s Saturday-Sunday series also remained superior as it continued to have double-digit ratings.
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According to Nielsen Korea, “2521” episode 12 scored an average rating of 10.7 percent nationwide, while episode 11 recorded an average rating of 10.8 percent.
The coming-of-age drama had its highest viewership ratings during episode 8 with 10.9 percent nationwide.
Furthermore, “Twenty Five, Twenty One” also remained superior and took first place in its time slot across all channels in South Korea. The series is mostly watched by people ages 20 to 49 years old.
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Congratulations to the cast and crew of “Twenty Five, Twenty One!
Catch the remaining four episodes of “Twenty Five, Twenty One” at 10:30 p.m. (KST) on Saturdays and Sundays on tvN and Netflix.
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Written by Shai Collins.