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[Spoiler] "The Horse Healer" Cho Seung-woo's counterattack

2013/01/29 | 388 views | Permalink | Source

MBC drama "The Horse Healer" has made a record.

According to Nielsen Korea on the 30th, "The Horse Healer" rated 21.0%. This is 2.6% higher than the previous episode.

"The Horse Healer" broke its record too. It broke through 20.1% on the 21st and the episode on the 22nd rated 20.0%. On the 28th however, it went below 20% with 18.4%.

Gwang-hyeon (Cho Seung-woo) attempted on amputating Oh Kyu-tae's leg as he was suffering from gangrene. Oh Kyu-tae appeared in front of Hyeon Jong slowly recovering.

This was a pleasurable counterattack to Lee Myeong-hwan (Son Chang-min). Oh Kyu-hwan was someone Lee Myeong-hwan gave up treatment on and Gwang-hyeon proved that his surgery wasn't evil.

Gwang-hyeon also said, "I am going to return to my place where my people are. It's time".

Meanwhile, SBS "Yawang" rated 12.3% and KBS2TV "School 2013" rated 11.5%.

Source : www.tvreport.co.kr/?c...

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