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[Ratings] "Designated Survivor: 60 Days" Ends With Another Record

2019/08/20 | Permalink | Source

"Designated Survivor: 60 Days" broke through 6%.

The last episode of the tvN drama "Designated Survivor: 60 Days" rated 6.2% on the 20th. The existing record was broken by 0.8%.

Ji Jin-hee (Park Moo-jin) revealed that Heo Joon-ho (Han Joo-seung) was the terror accomplice within the Blue House and resigned from presidential candidacy. A few years later, the secretarial staff from when he was acting president came asking him to run for presidency and the drama ended with Ji Jin-hee smiling.

MBC's "Welcome 2 Life" rated 4.3% - 4.5%, having dropped by 0.5% compared to the previous episodes, and KBS 2TV's "I Hear Your Voice" rated 2.4% and 3.2%, which is a 0.1% increase. JTBC's "A Moment at Eighteen" rated 3.4%.

Coming up after "Designated Survivor: 60 Days" is "The Great Show".

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