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"Padam Padam" swings back

2011/12/20 | Permalink | Source

JTBC drama "Padam Padam... The Sound of His and Her Heartbeats", which had the highest ratings over 2% out of all four general service channels, fell back to 1%.

According to AGB Nielsen Media Research on Dcecember 21st, "Padam Padam" rated 1.802%. This is 0.349% lower than the 2.151% it held on December 19th.

However, most are saying the episode on December 19th was most likely affected by the cancellation of other programs and special broadcasts regarding the death of North Korean leader Kim Jong-Il, so the decrease in the percentage on December 20th only meant it was falling back to its normal, expect ratings.

In the same time slot, KBS 1TV's "9 O'clock News" rated 17.7%, KBS 2TV's "1 VS 100" rated 11.9%, MBC TV's "News Desk" rated 10.1% and the SBS TV's "The World Out There" rated 5.7%.

Meanwhile, there was no other general service channel program that went over 1% on this day besides, "Padam Padam... The Sound of His and Her Heartbeats" and "Queen Insoo".

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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