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"Marry Me, Please" becomes No. 1 show on weekly chart

2010/10/04 | 1424 views | Permalink | Source

Weekend family drama "Marry Me, Please [KBS]

KBS' weekend drama "Marry Me, Please" ("All About Marriage") became the most-watched show in the country last week for the first time in its showing.

Figures by TNmS (Total National Multimedia Statistics) on Monday revealed that "Marry Me, Please" topped television charts with a viewership rating of 25.3 percent.

"Marry Me, Please", starring Kim Ji-young and Lee Jong-hyuk, is about modern married life in Korea featuring four couples dealing with their problems and finding out what true love is.

Coming in at No. 2 was MBC's historical drama "Dong Yi" with a rating of 24.6 percent and rounding out the top three on TNmS' chart was KBS' daily series "Good Days when the Wind Blows" with ratings of 24.3 percent.

Meanwhile, AGB Nielsen Media Research reported that KBS' weekly and weekend dramas "Good Days when the Wind Blows" and "Marry Me, Please" were the most-watched shows in the country, both seeing ratings of 26.8 percent, while MBC's Wednesday and Thursday series "Dong Yi" placed in third with a rating of 24.4 percent.

TV ratings for the week of September 27-October 3, 2010 [TNmS (Total National Multimedia Statistics)]

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