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[Ratings] "Lawless Lawyer" Ends on Ratings High

2018/07/01 | Permalink | Source

tvN drama "Lawless Lawyer" ended successfully.

According to Nielsen Korea nationwide, the final episodes of "Lawless Lawyer" rated 8.9% and 10.2% on all paid platforms including cable, satellite, and IPTV. The tvN target 2049 audience rating recorded an average of 4.7% and a maximum of 5.3%. Both household and target groups topped the chart in the same time zone, including cable.

"Lawless Lawyer" Bong Sang-pil (Lee Joon-gi) and Ha Jae-i (Seo Ye-ji) brought justice to evil Cha Moon-sook (Lee Hye-young-I). Ahn Oh-joo (Choi Min-soo) who lost Seok Gwan-dong (Choi Dae-hoon) and was betrayed by Cha Moon-sook. Therefore, Bong-pil set out as witness while Ha Jae-i's mother, Noh Hyeon-joo (Baek Joo-hee), appeared as well. Cha Moon-sook was cornered. However, Ahn Oh-joo killed himself and Cha Moon-sook was locked up for more questioning. Bong Sang-pil and Ha Jae-i ended up in the Central district public prosecutor's office on Cheon Seung-beom's (Park Ho-san) suggestion.

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