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[Hot Takes from the Noonas] "Fight My Way" gets huge ratings jump as "My Sassy Girl - Drama" premieres

2017/05/31 | 2682 views | Permalink

The Monday-Tuesday ratings battle is heating up as "Fight My Way" takes the lead over "My Sassy Girl - Drama" and "Lookout".

"Fight My Way" premiered against the final episodes of "Whisper" on May 22nd to mediocre ratings, topping out at 6% in the second episode. Now that "Whisper" is out of the way, the ratings for "Fight My Way" have jumped up to 10.7%, beating out the debut episodes of "My Sassy Girl - Drama". Starring Park Seo-joon and Kim Ji-won, 'Fight My Way" tells the story of ordinary people trying to make their dreams come true.

Meanwhile, the reactions for "My Sassy Girl - Drama" have been mixed, with netizens pointing to the muddled story-telling and confusing concept. Hopefully it evens out later on, because there's no chance the production team will be able to save it by changing things around in later episodes; "My Sassy Girl - Drama" is entirely pre-produced and star Joo Won has already signed on for his mandatory military service.

At this point, it's still anyone's game. "Lookout" is also climbing in the ratings, so who knows? Maybe next week it'll be ahead of the pack.

Love,

Only of Noonas Over Forks

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