“Seo-young, My Daughter” Wears 5th Crown on Weekly Ratings Chart
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KBS’ “Seo-young, My Daughter” has stretched its winning streak for the fifth week in a row on weekly TV ratings chart.
The story about three distinctive families caught the biggest number of viewers for five straight weeks with an average rating of 32.4 percent during the fifth week of October, according to data polled by TNmS [Total National Multimedia Statistics] Monday.
The Lee Sang-yoon and Lee Bo-young starrer has begun going into a transition in the story. The pair's happiness is slowly seeing its end as Seo-young's [played by Lee Bo-young] hiden secret is being disclosed.
Maintaining its position at No. 2 is the same channel’s daily series “Reaching for the Stars." It aired the final episode this week with the message "the good triumphs over the evil" and 29.8 percent of the audience tuned in during the same period.
The follow-up to the hit series is "Cheer Up, Mr. Kim!" starring Shinhwa’s Kim Dong-wan and actress Choi Jung-yoon, which will center around a 32-year-old bachelor named Kim Tae-pyeong [played by Kim] becoming the guardian of four children.
Following the two dominant dramas is KBS comedy show “Gag Concert," which ranked at No. 3 with an average of 21.6 percent rating. “KBS 9 o’clock News,” came next with the supported of 21.1 percent of the viewers.
SBS’ Sunday variety show “I Like Sundays,” consisted of two popular sub-programs “The Laws of the Jungle” and “Running Man,” rounded out the top five by with 19.1 percent rating.
Other popular TV programs in the top ten are MBC weekend series “May Queen,” SBS drama “Still You,” KBS’ multi-cultural program “Love in Asia,” KBS’ hit series “The Innocent Man” and SBS’ info-entertainment show “Wow How.”
Meanwhile, AGB Nielson Media Research’s data showed the programs in the slightly different orders and figures from TNmS’ during the week of October 29 to November 4.
While “Seo-young, My Daughter” grabbed the top seed with the viewership rating of 30.6 percent, “Reaching for the Stars” and “KBS 9 o’clock News” followed next with 29.8 and 21.6 percent, respectively.