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[Spoiler] "The Duo" chases right after 1st place "Dream High"

2011/02/15 | 896 views | Permalink | Source

In the midst of KBC 2TV Monday Tuesday drama "Dream High" standing in the first place of the competition, "The Duo" is fiercely chasing after it.

According to AGB Nielson Media Research, "Dream High" recorded 17.9% on the 16th of February. This was the same as the 8th and 1.2 higher than the twelfth episode on the 14th at 16.7%.

"The Duo" which airs at the same time increased 0.9% from 13.3% in the third episode to 14.2% in the fourth episode. It's drawing interest especially because it has been constantly on the rise from 10.2% in the first episode and 12.8% in the second.

In contrast, the twentieth episode of SBS "ATHENA" spared its long time position of second place at 14% to "The Duo".

Meanwhile, in the 13th episode of "Dream High" Kim Soo-hyun overcomes hearing decrease with relative pitch. His natural born pitch overcomes the buzzing and learns how to sing.

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