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"The Equator Man" at the top despite fall in percentage

2012/05/17 | 616 views | Permalink | Source

KBS 2TV drama "The Equator Man" remained in first place despite the drop in percentage.

According to AGB Neilsen Media Research on the 17th, "The Equator Man" rated 14.2%. This is 0.9% lower than the previous day.

After stepping into first place on the 18th of April, "The Equator Man" has never once let go of the lead despite the constant drop in viewing rate.

[Spoiler] On this day, Lee Yong-bae (Lee Won-jong) transformed into a murderer for his son Lee Jang-il (Lee Joon-hyuk). Yong-bae asked Kim Seon-woo (Uhm Tae-woong) to make the case look like he did it and not his son then tried to murder Jin Noh-sik (Kim Young-chul) and Choi Gwang-choon (Lee Jae-yong-I) but failed. Then Yong-bae killed himself, leaving behind a letter.

Meanwhile, MBC "The King 2 Hearts" rated 11.2% and SBS "The Rooftop Prince", 12.1%.

Source : www.newsen.com/news_v...

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