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"Yong Pal" first episode a blast, Joo Won and Kim Tae-hee indeed

2015/08/05 | 3703 views | Permalink | Source

 

The first episode of "Yong Pal" came in first place.

According to Nielsen Korea, the new SBS drama "Yong Pal-yi" recorded 11.6%.

This is 2% lesser than the final episode of the previous drama "Mask" but "Yong Pal-yi" had a good start.

Resident doctor Kim Tae-hyun (Joo Won) was seen paying night calls to the gangsters in the hospital. Tae-hyeon is skilled enough to do something even a professor can't do but he needs the money to pay off his sick sister's medical bills. He was treating the gang's boss when the police start a raid. He injected adrenaline and jumped into the Han River.

Heiress Han Yeo-jin (Kim Tae-hee) grieved over her loved one's death and tried to kill herself. Now, she's in a coma. Kim Tae-hee made a short but impressive appearance.

Meanwhile, MBC "Scholar Who Walks the Night" recorded 8.5% and KBS 2TV "Assembly" 5.3%.

Source : stoo.asiae.co.kr/news...

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