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Continuous broadcast of "That Winter, the Wind Blows"

2013/02/13 | Permalink | Source

SBS drama "That Winter, the Wind Blows" started off easy.

According to AGB Nielsen Media Research, the first episode of "Wind Blows In Winter" rated 11.3% and the second episode, 12.8%.

Previously, the first and second episodes were broadcasted continuously for the reason that the stories were closely related. The second episode had a higher percentage than the first and signaled a successful start off.

"That Winter, the Wind Blows" is slightly ahead of the MBC drama "7th Grade Civil Servant" with 12.7% and completely overcame the low percentage of the previous drama "The Great Seer".

This day's episodes showed the meeting of Oh Soo (Jo In-sung), a man who's been living a meaningless life after his abandonment from his parents when he was young and Oh Yeong (Song Hye-kyo), a woman who lives a hard life after her parents got divorced and she parted from her brother, leaving her to live with her deaf father.

"IRIS 2" was fisrt with 14.4%.

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