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"A Thousand Days' Promise" hits first place in just two episodes

2011/10/18 | 1390 views | Permalink | Source

Shocking the nation with its bed scene from the first episode, "A Thousand Days' Promise" rose to first place in just the second episode.

According to AGB Neilsen Media Research, SBS's "A Thousand Days' Promise" on October 18th scored 13.5% of viewers.

After starting off with a two-digit viewer percentage of 12.8% on October 17th, it rose 0.7% on the second episode and jumped to first place.

On the other hand, MBC's "Gyebaek" fell 1.1% from 13.5% to 12.4% and gave up its leading rank. KBS 2TV's "Poseidon" also fell 0.2% to 7.7% from 7.9%. Only "A Thousand Days' Promise" rose in numbers.

"A Thousand Days' Promise" gathered lots of interest even before its broadcast for the reason that it was written by Kim Su-hyun. This episode of the drama showed Soo Ae understanding that she had dementia.

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