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"Scholar Who Walks the Night" Ties with its ratings record, now second place in its timeslot

2015/07/29 | 2725 views | Permalink | Source

"Scholar Who Walks the Night" wins second place in its timeslot.

According to ratings research company Nielsen Korea on the 30th, the 9th episode of MBC's Wednesday-Thursday drama "Scholar Who Walks the Night" recorded a national ratings of 7.9%. This is tie with its previous episode's ratings which was a show's ratings high point at the time.

"Scholar Who Walks the Night" is a fantastic romance between Joseon period vampire Kim Sung-Yeol (Lee Joon-gi), "pretending to be a man" book saleswoman Jo Yang-Sun (Lee Yoo-bi), prince Lee Yoon (Changmin), noble lady Choi Hye-Ryeong (Kim So-eun), and kisaeng Soo-Hyang (Jang Hee-jin).

In the episode, Jo Yang-Sun startled viewers by directly asking Kim Sung-Yeol "I want to know your true feelings?"
In the same timeslot, KBS2' "Assembly" and SBS' "Mask" recorded a ratings 5.0% and 11.5% separately.

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