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"Three Brothers" tops weekly TV ratings

2010/01/03 | 2153 views | Permalink | Source

Current No. 1 drama in Korea "Three Brothers" [KBS2]

KBS2 TV's weekend drama "Three Brothers" topped the television ratings chart for the first time in its showing.

During the week of December 28 to January 3, "Three Brothers" was the most-watched TV show in the country with a 35.0 percent viewership rating, according to statistics released by TNS Media Korea on Monday.

The family drama had premiered on October 17, debuting at No. 2 on the ratings chart behind MBC's historical drama "Queen Seon-deok". "Three Brothers" has consistently scored solid ratings, although trailing at No. 3 behind "Seon-deok" and blockbuster drama "IRIS" during the two shows' run.

KBS1 TV's daily soap "Jolly Widows" came in second with a rating of 32.4 percent while MBC's "I Love You Ten Million Times" followed behind with a 23.6 percent rating.

Year-end award ceremonies of Korea's three networks drew high ratings in the non-drama category. KBS2 TV's variety show "Happy Sunday" topped the chart with 29.0 percent while the second half of MBC's Acting Awards came in second with a 25.4 percent rating.

Part 2 and Part 1 of MBC Entertainment Awards followed behind with ratings of 24.0 and 23.5 percent, respectively. Part 2 and Part 1 of SBS Entertainment Awards scored viewership ratings of 22.0 and 20.9 percent, respectively.

Reporter : Lynn Kim lynn2878@asiae.co.kr
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