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As Queen Of Divorce Nears Finale, Ratings See Uptick

On February 29, the riveting series, featuring Lee Ji Ah and Kang Ki Young, witnessed a surge in viewership as it approaches its final week.

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NEXT week marks the conclusion of JTBC’s thrilling drama, Queen of Divorce!

On February 29, the riveting series, featuring Lee Ji Ah and Kang Ki Young, witnessed a surge in viewership as it approaches its final week.

Nielsen Korea reported that the most recent episode of Queen of Divorce achieved an average nationwide rating of 5.0 percent, signaling an increase from the previous night.
Don’t miss out on the climax as the last two episodes of Queen of Divorce are scheduled to air on March 6 and 7 at 8:50 p.m. KST.

What’s Queen Of Divorce About?

Kim Sa Ra embodies the essence of a girl crush, devoid of coy pretenses or influential connections. Witnessing her mother’s suffering beside her father, Sa Ra confronts the harsh reality of marriage and chooses to wed the affluent Noh Yul Sung over impoverished Dong Ki Jun. However, her decision leads her down a path of devastation. From being a respected daughter-in-law of the Cha-Yul Law Firm, Sa Ra finds herself a divorcee languishing in jail, stripped of her assets and custody rights. Now, her sole objective is Zero – to reduce Yul Sung’s wealth and influence to nothing or imprison him with unwavering determination, all to regain custody of her child. To Sa Ra, marriage represents the demise of love.
Enter Ki Jun, her former boyfriend, reappearing after eight years. While Ki Jun still believes in marriage as the culmination of love, Sa Ra, who champions justice as the means to hold perpetrators accountable, questions the standards of righteousness. Discovering Yul Sung’s role in Ki Jun’s downfall as a prosecutor, Sa Ra and Ki Jun unite in pursuit of formidable revenge.

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