KBS2 TV's family drama "Three Brothers" has claimed the title as the most-watched television show in Korea for the sixth straight week, according to statistics on Monday.
Figures by TNS Korea and AGB Nielsen Media Research showed that the series brought in viewership ratings of 36.9 percent and 36 percent, respectively, for the week of March 22 to 28.
The weekend drama is about the lives of three brothers, played by Korean actors Ahn Nae-sang, Oh Dae-gyu and Lee Joon-hyuk. It has been continuously gaining popularity since it first aired in October 2009.
Meanwhile, KBS2's historical drama "The Slave Hunters" successfully ended its run on the small screen, bowing out at second place with ratings of 34.3 percent and 31.6 percent on both charts.
Rounding off the top three shows was variety program "Happy Sunday" with ratings of 26.7 percent on TNS' polls and 24.8 percent on AGB's survey, respectively.
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