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"Daemul - Big Thing" leads the primetime lineup for 2nd week

2010/10/15 | 769 views | Permalink | Source

New drama "Daemul - Big Thing" [SBS]

New SBS TV series "Daemul - Big Thing" led the Wednesday and Thursday night lineup once again, taking the No. 1 spot on ratings charts for the second consecutive week.

According to data released by TNmS (Total National Multimedia Statistics) on Friday, "Daemul - Big Thing", into its fourth episode, brought in viewership ratings of 23 percent on October 13 and a 0.4 percent increased mark the following night.

Numbers reported by AGB Nielsen Media Research showed that the Go Hyun-jung starrer scored ratings of 26.4 percent on Wednesday and 26.1 percent on Thursday night.

"Daemul - Big Thing" is about Seo Hae-rim (played by Ko) who enters the world of politics by proposal of Kang Tae-san (played by Cha In-pyo). Seo sets her sights on the position of president with the help of her long-time friend Ha Doya (played by Kwon).

This week's episode focused on how Ha Doya was put into a dangerous situation after being stabbed by a knife in order to save Seo Hae-rim.

Meanwhile, both TV charts revealed that KBS' "The Fugitive Plan B" was the second most-watched show on Wednesday and Thursday night posting ratings in the 12 to 15 percent range, while MBC's "Naughty Kiss" came in third with ratings in the six percent range.

Reporter : Lucia Hong luciahong@
Editor : Jessica Kim jesskim@
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