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"Three Brothers" stay unbeatable for tenth week

2010/04/25 | 3062 views | Permalink | Source

KBS2 "Three Brothers" stars Ahn Nae-sang, Lee Joon-hyuk and Oh Dae-gyu [KBS2]

KBS TV series "Three Brothers" continued to roll past its competitors to maintain the title of the most-watched television show in the country for the tenth consecutive week.

According to the figures from TNS Korea and AGB Nielsen Media Research on Monday, the family drama brought in viewership ratings of 37.7 and 35.6 percent, respectively, during April 19 to 25.

The weekend series, about the lives of three brothers, has been climbing the ratings chart since it began its run in October 2009, indicating it may soon breach the 40 percent mark.

Meanwhile, MBC's weekly drama "Life is Good" climbed a spot from the previous week to position itself in second place with TV ratings of 20.9 percent on TNS' poll, while AGB indicated SBS' "Definitely Neighbors" was the No. 2 show in the country with ratings of 20.6 percent.

Rounding out the top three shows this week on TNS' chart were SBS' "Definitely Neighbors" and MBC's variety program "World Changing Quiz", both recording ratings of 19.8 percent and AGB's plot revealed that KBS' show "Good Days when the Wind Blows" came in third with a 20.1 percent rating.

TV ratings for the week of April 19-25, 2010 [TNS Media Korea]

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Editor : Jessica Kim jesskim@
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