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[HanCinema's News] "Home for Summer" Off to a Strong Start

2019/04/30 | 276 views | Permalink

On March 29th KBS1 started its new early evening drama "Home for Summer". The drama did well on its first night, earning a 22% overall viewer rating.

This made "Home for Summer" the most successful program in the 8:30 PM timeslot. However, "Home for Summer" was also the highest rated program for the entire day, across all timeslots.

"Home for Summer" has also improved over the premiere of "Get Out of the Way, Fate", which started on November 5th with a 19.6% rating. "Get Out of the Way, Fate" ended its run on April 26th with a 20.4% rating. It remains to be seen whether "Home for Summer" will have a similar reception.

Written by William Schwartz

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"Home for Summer" is directed by Seong Joon-hae, written by Goo Ji-won, and features Lee Young-eun, Kim Sa-kwon, Lee Chae-young, Kim Hye-ok, Lee Han-wi, Na Hye-mi. Broadcasting information in Korea: 2019/04/29~Now airing, Mon~Fri 20:30 on KBS.

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