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[Spoiler] "The Horse Healer" still in top ranking

2012/12/04 | 464 views | Permalink | Source

"The Horse Healer" stayed in its first place ranking.

According to AGB Nielsen Media Research on the 5th, the twentieth episode of MBC drama "The Horse Healer" rated 17.8%. This is 0.2% lower than the previous episode.

Baek Gwang-hyeon (Cho Seung-woo) fought against Lee Myeong-hwan's (Son Chang-min) plot and saved Hyeon-jong (Han Sang-jin).

Myeong-hwan was scared that Gwang-hyeon and Ko Joo-man (Lee Soon-jae) who knew what Hyeon-jong's illness was, were going to take away everything he had done until now. In the end, Myeong-hwan fed Joo-man a poison that would numb his arm so that acupuncture couldn't be done and Joo-man passed out with shaking hands.

However, Gwang-hyeon acupunctured Joo-man and got rid of the poison. Joo-man was then able to save the King.

Meanwhile, KBS 2TV "School 2013" and SBS "The King of Dramas" rated 8.2% and 8.9%.

Source : tvdaily.mk.co.kr/read...

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