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Go Hyun-jung's 'Daemul - Big Thing' took number 1 title from 'The Fugitive Plan B'

2010/10/07 | 866 views | Permalink | Source

Go Hyun-jung's 'Daemul - Big Thing' became number 1 Wed-Thurs drama.

According to AGB Nelson Media Research, the first episode of 'Daemul - Big Thing' that was played on October 6th, reached 21.5% national viewer rating.

'Daemul - Big Thing' caught everybody's attention by a quick story unfolding and easy scene transition.

Starring kwon Sang-woo and Go Hyun-jung, the drama 'Daemul - Big Thing is about announcer 'Hye-rim' who becomes the first female Korean president and finds the truth about her husband's death.

On the other hand, 'The Fugitive Plan B' recorded 16.2% viewer's rating. 'The Fugitive Plan B' was on a downtrend after it recorded over 20% viewer rating on the first episode, and finally it gave out its number 1 title to 'Daemul - Big Thing'.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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