CJ E&M’s “What’s Wrong with Secretary Kim” secures high ratings
SEOUL – One of CJ E&M’s most anticipated dramas of the second quarter, What’s Wrong with Secretary Kim, has achieved a peak viewership rate of 7.4% only in its fourth episode, recording the highest among all cable programs in the same time-slot.
According to CJ E&M’s CPI rankings, the romantic-comedy drama debuted second place on the chart with a score of 260.
What’s Wrong with Secretary Kim features a star studded cast with Park Seo-joon playing the role of a narcissistic boss, and Park Min-young who plays his talented, but romantically unlucky secretary.
A cinematic remake of a widely popular comic series, the drama is driven by the romantic chemistry between the two different, but both equally attractive characters.
The series revolves around the arrogant vice president of a major corporation, Lee Young-joon, and his highly capable secretary. Misunderstandings arise when she announces that she will resign from her position, after working for Lee Young-joon for nine years.
The production team of What’s Wrong with Secretary Kim said: “From this week, the two characters will start to realize their loving feelings for each other. Stay tuned to catch the unanticipated conflicts and twists that stand behind their relationship.”
Meanwhile, What’s Wrong with Secretary Kim airs on CJ E&M’s channel tvN in Korea every Wednesday and Thursday 21:30 KST, and on tvN Asia every Wednesdays and Thursday 21:45 SGT.
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