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"Five Children" stands firm in first place, "The Second Last Love" makes it to 11.8%

2016/08/14 | 1095 views | Permalink | Source

"The Second Last Love" broke through 10%.

According to Nielsen Korea, the SBS weekend drama "The Second Last Love" rated 11.8%. This is 1.9% more than the previous episode.

The reason it made it that high was because it was the only one that played on schedule. The Rio Olympics took the place of the MBC "The Flower in Prison" and KBS 2TV "Gag Concert". Meanwhile, even the SBS drama "Doctors" achieved good results for airing on its own.

On the episode of "The Second Last Love", Park Joon-woo (Kwak Si-yang) confessed his love to Kang Min-joo (Kim Hee-ae) but Ko Sang-sik (Ji Jin-hee) was jealous of them.

Meanwhile, KBS "Five Children" still holds first place and rated 28.6%, MBC "Happy Home" rated 17.6%, MBC "The Flower in Prison" rated 9.9% and SBS "Yeah, That's How It Is" rated 9.7%.

Source : www.asiatoday.co.kr/v...

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