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[Spoiler] "Yong Pal" does it again

2015/08/19 | 1458 views | Permalink | Source

"Yong Pal" maintained 1st place with another increase in percentage.

According to Nielsen Korea, the SBS drama "Yong Pal" recorded 18.0% which is 1.7% more than the fourth episode.

On the fifth episode, Kim Tae-hyun (Joo Won) agreed to wake Han Yeo-jin (Kim Tae-hee) up for two billion won for his sister's medical treatment. Yeo-jin woke up for the first time in 3 years but had nothing but thoughts of revenge.

She said she wanted soy bean paste soup like her mother used to make for her, then Tae-hyeon said, "Why that out of all food? I tell you those who don't have mom's make it so obvious".

Yeo-jin didn't have any friends so Tae-yeon said, "A genie grants three wishes for taking him out of the bottle so here's my second wish. Let's be friends. Yeo-jin said, "You're lucky a poor guy like you has a rich friend like me".

KBS 2TV "Assembly" recorded 6/0% and MBC "Scholar Who Walks the Night" 7.6%.

Source : tvdaily.asiae.co.kr/r...

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