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"My Husband Got a Family" breaks through 30% in six episodes

2012/03/11 Source

KBS 2TV weekend drama "My Husband Got a Family" is speeding up in viewing rate with a breakthrough of 30%.

According to AGB Nielsen Media Research on the 12th, the sixth episode of "My Husband Got a Family" rated 32.8%. This is the best record since its first broadcast on the 25th of February.

"My Husband Got a Family" is overpowering with a percentage of 30% I just six episodes. The outstanding performances by Kim Nam-joo, Yu Jun-sang, Jo Yoon-hee, Oh Yeon-seo, Lee Hee-joon and others are most of it. In addition, the tasteful script of Park Ji-eun who also wrote "Queen of Reversals" and "My Wife is a Superwoman" just adds more flavor to the drama.

The drama crew are quite surprised at this record. They all say this was more than what they expected. Viewers are showing great interest in the drama "My Husband Got a Family" through the drama bulletin.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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