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"My Husband Got a Family" tops weekend dramas

2012/04/08 | 2489 views |  | Permalink | Source

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KBS 2TV's "My Husband Got a Family" beat all competing dramas in its time slot this weekend, showing its strength on TV sets around the country.

Nielsen Media Research's April 9th report reported the April 8th episode of the show averaging 34.3% of viewers nationwide.

Formerly trending downward, the show has recovered to take top spot in the ratings.

"My Husband Got a Family" debuted last February 25th and has since been able to maintain first place among weekend dramas.

On the most recent episode, Kim Won-jun discovered Yang Jeong-ah situation regarding the rooftop house.

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