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Ryu Si-won's "Goodbye Dear Wife" plummets down in just 2 episodes

2012/05/08 Source

Actor Ryu Si-won's Channel A drama "Goodbye Dear Wife" plummeted down in just two episodes.

According to AGB Nielson Media Research on the 9th, the second episode of "Goodbye Dear Wife" rated 0.375%. This is 0.465% lower than the previous episode.

Having shown unsteadiness from the first episode, the second episode fell to 0.3%. this is similar to the average number rated by the previous drama "KPOP: The Ultimate Survival".

The cast of "Goodbye Dear Wife" is made up of Ryu Si-won, Hong Soo-hyun, Park Ji-yoon and more but the results are just not following.

On this day's episode, Cha Seung-hyeok (Ryu Si-won) and Kang Seon-ah (Chunja), a married couple is approached by Oh Hyang-gi (Park Ji-yoon) and Kim Hyeon-cheol (Kim Min-soo) and creates a four-way love connection. Although they have succeeded in the legendary marriage of a fighter and a nun, this couple had come to a risk of 3 years.

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