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"Twinkle Twinkle" reveals birth secret... ratings go up 12.8%

2011/02/27 | Permalink | Source

MBC TV drama "Twinkle Twinkle" slightly increased with viewer numbers.

According to AGB Nielsen Media Research, the 6th episode of "Twinkle Twinkle" (written by Bae Yoo-mi and directed by Noh Do-cheol ) on the 27th recorded a national average of 12.8% which is 2.3% more than 10.5% it made on the previous day.

"Twinkle Twinkle" was first broadcast on the 12th and put up with 9.6% and 8.9% respectively on its first and second episodes then broke through two digits on the third episode although it dropped back down to one digit on the fourth. However, it's back to two digits and continuing.

In the drama this day, Hwang Geum-ran (Lee Yoo-ri) confirmed blood relationships with Han Ji-woong using his toothbrush and shaving blade she stole from the vacation home.

Meanwhile, SBS TV "Smile, Mom" recorded 16.7% and KBS 2TV "Believe in Love" recorded 27.2%, making it the lead drama for the weekend.

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