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"Blue Bird Nest" makes it back to 20%

2015/05/17 | Permalink | Source

KBS 2TV weekend drama "Blue Bird Nest" came in first.

According to Nielsen Korea, "Blue Bird Nest" recorded 23.5%. This is 3.6% more than the previous episode and it came in first out of all weekend dramas.

Han Seon-hee (Choi Myung-gil) told Kim Ji-wan (Lee Joon-hyuk) that Han Eun-soo's (Chae Soo-bin) real father was Jang Tae-soo (Chun Ho-jin).

Kim Ji-wan tried to turn Han Seon-hee's mind around about Han Eun-soo and Jang Hyeon-do's (Lee Sang-yeob) relationship as she was against them. He mentioned that Jang Hyeon-do had changed after meeting Eun-soo but Han Seon-hee was still against them not because of Hyeon-do but Tae-soo.

When she said that, Kim Ji-wan recalled seeing Lee Jeong-ae (Kim Hye-sun) and Jang Tae-soo meeting each other. Kim Ji-wan asked if Eun-soo's father was Jang Tae-soo and Han Seon-hee said yes.

Kim Ji-wan went to Jang Tae-soo himself to confirm that he was Eun-soo's real father.

Meanwhile, MBC drama "Make a Woman Cry" came in second with an increase of 3.2% and recorded 18.2% this weekend, "The Queen's Flower" 14.5%.

KBS 1TV "Jing Bi-rok" recorded 11.7% which is 1.2% more than the previous episode. "Divorce Lawyer in Love" increased by 0.7% to 4.7%.

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