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[Spoiler] "The Sun and The Moon" rates 42.2% 'happy ending'

2012/03/15 | 904 views | Permalink | Source

MBC "The Sun and the Moon" ended with breaking its own record.

According to AGB Nielson Media Research on the 15th, MBC "The Sun and the Moon" recorded 42.2% on its final episode.

This is 3.5% higher than the 38.7% rated in the nineteenth episode on the 15th. This record also breaks the previous record of 41.2% on the eighteenth episode. It ended in success.

The drama ended just like the original novel. Yang-myeong (Jung Il-woo) who planned a revolt according to a plan preplanned with Lee Hwon (Kim Soo-hyeon), chose death and handed over Yoon Dae-hyeong (Kim Eung-soo) and his hit men under the king Lee Hwon's (Kim Soo-hyun) order. Jang Nok-yeong (Jeon Mi-sun) also died.

Heo Yeon-woo (Han Ga-in) who got married the traditional way with Lee Hwon had a son and lived happily ever after. The drama ended with their kissing scene.

Meanwhile, SBS "Salaryman" and KBS2TV "Drama Special - Hwapyeong Princess's Weight Loss" rated 5.3% and 3%.

Ha Ji-won and Lee Seung-gi's "The King 2 Hearts" will be aired started from the 21st of March.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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