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"The Perfect Wife" starts off with 3.9%

2017/02/27 | 1596 views | Permalink | Source

"The Perfect Wife" started off with 3.9%.

According to Nielsen Korea, the new KBS 2TV drama "The Perfect Wife" rated lower than the final episode of "Hwarang".

"The Perfect Wife" Jae-bok (Ko So-young) was struggling to make it through as an 'ajumma intern' at the law firm. Her husband Jeong-hee (Yoon Sang-hyun) was having an affair with Jeong Na-mi (Im Se-mi). The two work in the same company and they even make out in the parking lot.

Jae-bok was looking around Na-mi's house which had the same password as hers. She found traces of Jeong-hee there. She hid in the closet and witnessed their affair. Then she ran right into Na-mi who opened her closet.

"The Perfect Wife" is a comical drama about the woman power of ajummas (married women).

MBC "Rebel: Thief Who Stole the People" rated 11.7%, and SBS "The Defendant" rated a record breaking 23.3%.

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