Yeo Jin Goo And Moon Ga Young’s Drama “Link” Sinks To Its Lowest Rating Yet, Becomes Yeo Jin Goo’s Lowest Rated Work Since “My Absolute Boyfriend”

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Yeo Jin Goo And Moon Ga Young’s Drama “Link” ratings have continued to sink, the latest episode’s ratings have become notable for Yeo Jin Goo.

“Link” is a fantasy romance drama about a man who suddenly begins to feel all types of emotions experienced by an unknown woman when the link phenomenon happens again for the first time after 18 years.

Yeo Jin Goo plays the role of Eun Gye Hoon, a restaurant sous-chef whose life changes after he begins to experience all sorts of emotions of an unfamiliar woman. Moon Ga Young takes on the role of Jihwa Western Cuisine Restaurant’s probationary employee Noh Da Hyun. She claims she has no luck with men and struggles often with unfortunate events.

“Link” episode 7 has become notable for scoring the drama’s lowest rating to date. It recorded an average nationwide rating of 1.5%, a dip from its previous episode rating of 2.5%. This is also the drama’s lowest rating to date.

Notably, this has become the lowest rated for Yeo Jin Goo since “My Absolute Boyfriend” which had recorded 1.5% in ratings. The dram aired in 2019.

But why are “Link” ratings dwindling?

Netizens have been discussing the reason behind why the drama failed to live up to expectations. Some say it attempted to portray a complex mix of genres but failed to be able to focus on just one, others point out that the plot development was distracting and became stretched out. Originally, anticipation was high because this drama marked Yeo Jin Goo’s first following the critical acclaim of “Beyond Evil.”

“Link” debuted to 3.1% in ratings but failed to maintain interest since then.

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