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Hwang Jung-min and Kim Jung-eun up front and center but "Hanbando - Drama" falls

2012/03/05 | 538 views |  | Permalink | Source

"Hanbando - Drama" is being beat by "Syndrome".

According to AGB Nielsen Media Research, the eighth episode of TV Chosun "Hanbando - Drama" rated 0.878%. This is 0.1% lower than JTBC "Syndrome".

The first episode of "Hanbando - Drama" was 1.649% which foresaw a smooth sail but recently it's being beat by "Syndrome". While "Syndrome" is in the 1% to 0.9%, "Hanbando - Drama" is only around 0.8%.

Despite the fact that this drama cost 10 billion won with leading actor Hwang Jung-min and actress Kim Jung-eun, it seems like it's going to be difficult for it to break through 1%.

Not only that, although Hwang Jung-min had a bloody fight with Gwak Hee-seong over Kim Jung-eun, the percentage didn't show any signs of changing.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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