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Kim Hee-ae's "A Wife's Credentials" leaps over 1% viewership, shows potential

2012/02/29 | 532 views |  | Permalink | Source

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Can the "Queen of Ratings" Kim Hee-ae bring her power to the new general service channels?

According to AGB Neilsen Media Research, the first episode of "A Wife's Credentials" (written by Jeong Seong-joo, directed by Ahn Pan Seok), aired on February 29th, averaged 1.07% viewership nationally.

Painting a romance between a housewife who is caught up with her children's education and her pure-hearted neighbor, the first broadcast of "A Wife's Credentials" was a success for a general service channel drama. Setting 1% viewership as its standard, it showed great potential.

With Kim Hee-ae transforming into innocent housewife Yoon Seo-rae and robust dialogue that accurately captures Korea's mania regarding education, viewers are paying attention. Like Chae Si-ra on JTBC's "Queen Insoo", Kim Hee-ae is stepping up to save general service channel programming and generate interest in the show.

Airing in the same time slot, Channel A's "Bachelor's Vegetable Store" grabbed 0.504% of viewers, while Yoo Seung-ho and Park Eun-bin's TV Chosun program "Operation Proposal" took in 0.498%.

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