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"Marry Me, Please" finishes run on top of weekly TV charts

2010/12/27 | 2046 views | Permalink | Source

KBS drama "Marry Me, Please" ("All About Marriage") [KBS]

KBS weekend series "Marry Me, Please" ("All About Marriage") finished its run on top of the weekly TV charts during the third week of December, according to major research firms on Monday.

Data by Total National Media Research (TNmS) on Monday revealed that "Marry Me, Please" ("All About Marriage") scored an average viewership rating of 29.2 percent while recording a slightly higher rating of 31.6 percent on AGB Nielsen Media Research's poll.

The weekend drama starring Kim Ji-young and Lee Jong-hyuk had run for over six months starting mid-June.

Meanwhile, KBS' variety show "Happy Sunday" came in second place on TNmS' survey with an average rating of 26.6 percent but AGB reported that KBS' weekly drama "Smile, Dong-hae" was No. 2 with a mark of 28.8 percent.

Landing in third was SBS' romantic comedy "Secret Garden", starring Ha Ji-won and Hyun Bin, with a mean score of 25.5 percent on TNmS' chart while AGB's poll showed that KBS' entertainment program "Happy Sunday" was the third most-watched show with a rating of 27.3 percent.

TV ratings for the week of December 20-26, 2010 [TNmS (Total National Multimedia Statistics)]

Reporter: Heidi Kim heidikim@
Editor : Lucia Hong luciahong@
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