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"Babyfaced Beauty" unsteady first place with 0.9% gap with "Miss. Ripley"

2011/06/28 | 876 views | Permalink | Source

"Babyfaced Beauty" is being followed fast by "Miss. Ripley".

According to the AGB Nielsen Media Research on the 28th of June, KBS 2TV "Babyfaced Beauty" 18th episode rated 15.1%. This is 1.1% more than the 14.0% on the previous episode, still keeping its first ranking position.

However, "Babyfaced Beauty" is not so stable. MBC drama "Miss. Ripley" aired at the same time is catching up fast. "Miss. Ripley" showed 14.2% on the same day. This is only a 0.9% difference to "Babyfaced Beauty".

The analysis is that "Babyfaced Beauty" is quite disappointing with its slow progress with the end coming near. It confirmed 2 extension episodes and hinting a sad ending with the mixed feelings of Jang Nara and Choi Daniel's love.

Meanwhile, SBS drama "Lie to Me" rated 9.2%.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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