Women’s division, mobilization of 150,000 spectators in the first half + 1% audience rating…Proof of the best content in the winter

‘Volleyball Empress’ Kim Yeon-kyung (35, Heungkuk Life Insurance) The effect of returning hit the V-League in the first half. 

According to the first half settlement announced by the Korean Volleyball Federation (KOVO) on the 5th, the women’s division mobilized a total of 149,215 spectators. Heungkuk Life Insurance, where Kim Yeon-kyung returned, ranked all of the top 5 games that mobilized the most spectators in the first half. The largest number of spectators was the IBK IBK exhibition held at Incheon Samsan World Gymnasium on the 24th of last month, and a total of 5,800 seats were sold out. 

The men’s team mobilized 88,869 people. The largest number of spectators was a Woori Card and Samsung Firefighting match held at Jangchung Gymnasium in Seoul on the 17th of last month, with a total of 3112 people. Seoul-based Woori Card took 3 of the top 5 games with the most spectators. The V-League, which mobilized a total of 238,084 men and women, recovered about 82% of the audience compared to the 2019-20 season, which was before the Corona 19 pandemic. 

Ratings went down a bit. The average viewership rating for a total of 126 games was 0.82%, down 0.13% from the previous year. There were variables such as the Qatar World Cup in the first half. The women’s division recorded 1.05%, recording an average viewer rating of 1% for 4 consecutive years, and was recognized as a representative winter sports content. 

The highest audience rating was the KGC Ginseng Corporation-Hyundai Construction Exhibition on the 25th of last month, which recorded 1.61%. In this game, where Hyundai E&C was aiming for a 16-game winning streak, KGC Ginseng Corporation won.  스포츠토토

Hyundai E&C has won 16 consecutive wins, including last season. It was a record for most consecutive wins. The opening 15 consecutive wins and the opening 23 consecutive wins are also the first records. On the other hand, the ‘youngest club’ Pepper Savings Bank set a new record for the most consecutive losses in the opening (17 matches) and a tie record for the most consecutive losses in total (20 matches). 

In terms of individual performance, Park Cheol-woo, a veteran of the men’s division, recorded a total of 6562 points and 351 serve aces, repeatedly breaking his own record. Middle blocker legend Shin Young-seok also recorded 1093 cumulative blocks, ranking first in the career category. 

Leo, a foreign player from OK Financial Group, became the first player in the V-League to win 4 consecutive triple crowns. He became the MVP of the 3rd round and set a new record for the most rounds of MVP in the V-League. Im Myung-ok in the women’s division recorded 5,500 receives for the first time ever. She was also named as the first player to appear in 500 games.