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[Spoiler] "Ojak Brothers" feisty walk towards the lead

2012/01/08 | 881 views | Permalink | Source

KBS2 drama "Ojak Brothers" solidified its position as the leading weekend drama.

According to AGB Nielsen Media Research on January 8th, the January 7th episode of "Ojak Brothers" rated a 27.5% viewing percentage. This is 7.2% lower than the 32.7% put up on the January 1st.

However, considering the ever-changing viewing rates of all weekend dramas, "Ojak Brothers"'s January 31st episode of last month rated 25.7% on national average. This is 1.8% higher than last week.

On this day, Park Bok-ja (Kim Ja-ok) hears from Hwang Chang-sik (Baek Il-sub) that it was Baek Ja-eun's (UEE) father who caused the hit-and-run accident that killed Hwang Tae-hee's (Joo Won) father.

Chang-sik said Ja-eun should stay away from Tae-hee and leave the farm. However, Bok-ja decided to forgive her since she had been so nice to the family and herself. She even said she will divorce him if he didn't agree with her, as he wouldn't agree with her.

Meanwhile, MBC's "A Thousand Kisses" rated 13.1% and SBS's "When Tomorrow Comes" rated 12.4%. 

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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