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New drama "Daemul - Big Thing" upholds top spot on TV charts

2010/10/08 | 1167 views | Permalink | Source

"Daemul - Big Thing" (top) and "The Fugitive Plan B" (bottom) [SBS/KBS]

New SBS TV series "Daemul - Big Thing" became the most-watched drama in the primetime slot of Wednesday and Thursday nights.

According to figures released by TNmS (Total National Multimedia Statistics) on Friday, the viewership ratings for "Daemul - Big Thing", which premiered this week, saw ratings of 17.4 percent on October 6 and a 3.8 percent hike the following night.

Data released by AGB Nielsen Media Research reported that the new drama, starring Korean actors Go Hyun-jung and kwon Sang-woo, posted viewership ratings of 18 percent on Wednesday night and 21.5 percent on Thursday.

"Daemul - Big Thing" is about Seo Hae-rim (played by Ko) who enters the world of politics from a proposal by 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).

Meanwhile, both TV charts reported that "The Fugitive Plan B" came in second place with scores in the 15 to 16 percent mark on Wednesday and Thursday nights, a decrease compared to the previous week.

Following behind at No. 3 was MBC's "Naughty Kiss", starring Kim Hyun-joong and Jung So-min, with ratings in the seven percent mark.

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