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[Spoiler] Today's drama ratings 2011/09/07 : "The Princess' Man" is in first place

2011/09/07 | Permalink | Source

KBS 2TV drama "The Princess' Man" maintained its 20% share of viewers.

According to AGB Nielsen Media Research, on September 8th, "The Princess' Man" on the 8th rated 21.8%.

This is the same as the episode on the 1st. "The Princess' Man" has a wide gap between other dramas on the same time schedule and is holding its position in first place.

The fifteenth episode of "The Princess' Man" is showing the climax of the story, and whether or not it will continue is in question at the moment.

Kim Seung-yoo (Park Si-hoo) saves his life thanks to Lee Se-ryeong (Moon Chae-won) and General Soo Yang is handed the position of King from his nephew Danjong.

Meanwhile, SBS drama "Protect the Boss" scored 15.3%, and MBC's "Can't Lose" got 6.3% of viewers.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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