Your transaction size calculation is incorrect. The inputs are 1 byte input count + 36 byte output + 1 byte scriptSig + 4 byte sequence + 1 byte witness stack count + 1 byte signature length + 71 byte signature + 1 byte pubkey length + 33 byte pubkey = 149 bytes for all of the input data. That along with 32 bytes for output, and 10 bytes for the rest of the transaction gives you a transaction 191 bytes in size.
So, blockchain.info correctly calculated the serialized size of your transaction. However that size is not the one that miners use for computing the feerate of a transaction since segwit data is discounted. Rather what they use is the fee per weight unit, which is the 34.526 sat/WU value that blockchain.info displays beneath the fee per byte feerate.
It's likely that whatever wallet you were using was using virtual bytes (vbytes) instead of weight units or actual bytes. Virtual bytes is just the size of the transaction but applying the segwit discount to the segwit data in the transaction. Your transaction is 110 vbytes, which gives you a feerate of 137.16 satoshis/vbyte. It's possible that when you told your wallet to use a 120 sat/byte feerate, it actually used a 120 sat/vbyte. However, when the transaction was actually made, the change that would have been left over from targeting that feerate would create a dust output, so it was rolled into the fee itself thus increasing the feerate that was actually paid.
Do miners take my transaction as I paid 120 sat/b or 78 sat/b?
Your transaction has already been confirmed.