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"Bread, Love and Dreams" places at No. 1 on weekly TV charts for 12th win

2010/09/19 | 2034 views | Permalink | Source

No. 1 drama in the country "Bread, Love and Dreams" [KBS]

KBS' baking drama "Bread, Love and Dreams" held onto the No. 1 spot on weekly TV charts for the 13th consecutive week.

Numbers by TNmS (Total National Multimedia Statistics) and AGB Nielsen Media Research revealed that the No. 1 show in the country scored viewership ratings of 48.7 percent and 47.3 percent, respectively.

"Bread, Love and Dreams", about the success story of a baker, ended its three-month run on the top spot on the Wednesday and Thursday night lineup, breaching the 50 percent mark on its final episode.

TNmS' reported that KBS' variety show "Happy Sunday" placed in second with viewership ratings of 27.5 percent and weekend family series "Marry Me, Please" came in at No. 3 with ratings of 27.4 percent.

However, AGB indicated that KBS' family drama "Marry Me, Please" was the second most-watched show in the country with ratings of 26 percent, followed by variety program "Happy Sunday" with viewership ratings of 25.2 percent.

TV ratings for the week of September 13-19, 2010 [TNmS (Total National Multimedia Statistics)]

Reporter : Lucia Hong luciahong@
Editor : Jessica Kim jesskim@
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