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"My Husband Got a Family" races on its own to 34.9%

2012/05/13 | 479 views |  | Permalink | Source

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"My Husband Got a Family" races off in a cloud of dust.

According to AGB Nielsen Media Research, KBS 2TV weekend drama "My Husband Got a Family" on the 13th of May rated 34.9%.

This is 5.6% more than the previous day's record. This drama is currently in the lead with no other competing dramas.

Meanwhile, "Feast of the Gods" landed in high ranking with 20.4% amongst the night time dramas. MBC "God of War" rated 13.1%. The finish of the KBS 1TV historical drama "Gwanggaeto the Great" seems to have an influence.

SBS "Tasty Life" rated 8.7% and SBS "Dummy Mommy" rated 11.1%.

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