World Cup terrestrial broadcast viewer ratings on MBC overwhelming… 1st place in all 4 matches against Korea

Ahn Jung-hwan-Kim Seong-joo’s ‘Tiki-taka’ received favorable reviews… The combined viewership rating for the Korea-Brazil match was 19.2%

MBC TV won a resounding victory in the terrestrial broadcast of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.

According to Nielsen Korea, an audience rating research company, on the 7th, MBC TV ranked first in viewership ratings in all four matches of the Korean national soccer team held at the Qatar World Cup.

In the first match held on the 24th of last month, Korea-Uruguay, MBC TV recorded an audience rating of 18.2%, surpassing SBS TV’s 15.8% and KBS 2TV’s 7.7%.

In the second match, Korea-Ghana on the 28th, 20.0%, widening the gap with SBS TV 12.8% and KBS 2TV’s 6.3% It surpassed KBS 2TV’s 4.4%.

The Korea-Brazil match on 6th, the round of 16, also recorded an audience rating of 10.7%, well ahead of SBS TV’s 5.8% and KBS 2TV’s 2.7%.

The three terrestrial broadcasters participated in a rating war with Ahn Jung-hwan, Park Ji-seong, and Koo Ja-cheol, who came from ‘Taegeuk Warriors’, as commentators for this World Cup broadcast.

Based on a Korean team match, MBC TV was conveyed by commentators Ahn Jung-hwan and Seo Hyeong-wook and caster Kim Seong-joo, SBS TV was conveyed by commentators Park Ji-seong and Lee Seung-woo and Bae Seong-jae, and KBS 2TV was conveyed by commentators Koo Ja-cheol and Han Jun-hee and caster Lee Gwang-yong.

MBC TV, which had a resounding victory in viewership ratings, received favorable reviews for ‘Tiki-taka’ from commentator Ahn Jung-hwan and caster Kim Seong-joo, who worked together several times in various shows.

When Ahn Jung-hwan, who led the ‘mythic final four’ in the 2002 Korea-Japan World Cup, suddenly analyzes the flow of the game and the main skills of the players, it is evaluated that Kim Seong-ju has ‘to explain easily. at the viewer’s eye level.

Many responded that they both have a clean voice and speech, and that they can watch the game comfortably by not overdoing the exclamation marks and cheers mixed with emotions that represent the heart of the people.

Short video of commentator Ahn Jung-hwan’s ‘cool’ reaction to coach Paulo Bento receiving a yellow card in the match between Korea and Uruguay, saying, “Take one, what do you think?”

Meanwhile, between 2:54 am and 6:59 am the previous day, the combined viewership ratings for the Korea-Brazil match broadcast by KBS 2TV, MBC TV, and SBS TV increased by 19.2%.

The combined viewership ratings for the earlier group stage matches were 41.7% for the match between Korea and Uruguay, 39.1% for the match between Korea and Ghana, and 32.5% for the match between Korea and Portugal.

The Korean national soccer team ended this World Cup with a 1-4 loss against Brazil.

/happy news

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