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SBS "Sign" 17.6% takes the lead on Wednesdays and Thursdays

2011/01/26 | Permalink | Source

SBS drama series "Sign" takes the lead in the competition between Wednesday and Thursday dramas.

According to AGB Neilson Media Research, "Sign" made 17.6% on the 26th which is 1.9% more than competing MBC drama series "My Princess" which recorded 15.7%. Since its previous broadcast on the 20th, "Sign" has dropped 0.1%, but "My Princess" dropped 3.1% and took the lead of Wednesday and Thursday dramas.

It looks like forensic drama "Sign" is drawing more interest in viewers with all its thrilling tension and the enthusiasm from the lead actors Park Shin-yang, Jun Kwang-ryul and more, while "My Princess" doesn't show a clear drama point besides Kim Tae-hee's act in the very beginning.

Meanwhile, KBS 2TV "President" another Wednesday and Thursday drama, stood by 7.6% in ratings.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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