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'Daemul' is expriencing the aftereffect of PD/Writer change...3% lower viewer rating

2010/10/27 | 997 views | Permalink | Source

According to AGB Media Nilson Research, SBS's Wed-Thurs drama 'Daemul – Big Thing' recorded only 25.5% viewer rating on 25.5%; this is 2.8% less than last episode's 28.3%.

On the episode which went air on the 27th, Seo Hye-rim (Go Hyun-jung) attended a discussion as the representative of the ruling party; she met people with tears, then she was able to drew clapping and cheering from the audience. But the setting was too unreal for the viewer; that might be the reason for the decreasing in viewer rating.

On the other hand, 'The Fugitive Plan B' showed gradual increase by recording 12.8%. This is 2-3% higher than the last episode. "Home Sweet Home", the follow-up of 'Naughty Kiss', recorded 6.4%, which is about the same rating as 'Naughty Kiss'. There is a good chance that the missing viewers of 'Daemul - Big Thing' moved to 'The Fugitive Plan B'.

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