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No competition for "Cinderella's Sister" in TV ratings

2010/04/16 | 4883 views | Permalink | Source

Drama posters of "Cinderella's Sister", "Personal Taste" and "Prosecutor Princess" [KBS2, MBC, SBS]

KBS TV series "Cinderella's Sister" proved it is no competition against other Wednesday and Thursday primetime dramas as it continued to rake in high TV ratings this week.

According to estimates on Friday, "Cinderella" successfully kept its position on top of TV charts with its fifth episode aired on Wednesday recording its highest viewership rating to date with 19.1 percent on TNS Media Korea's poll and 19.7 percent on AGB Nielsen Media Research's survey.

The ratings dropped by 0.9 percent and 1.1 percent, respectively, the following day but maintained its position at No. 1, beating out competitors MBC's "Personal Taste" and SBS' "Prosecutor Princess".

"Personal Taste" has steadily maintained viewership ratings between ten to 13 percent, while "Prosecutor Princess" posted ratings in the low 10 percent range.

"Cinderella's Sister" is about the un-fairytale-like story of Cinderella's Sister, starring Korean actors Moon Geun-young, Chun Jung-myung, Seo Woo, Ok Taecyeon and veteran actress Lee Mi-sook.

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