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'Five Enough’ surpasses 30 percent viewership

  • Published : May 16, 2016 - 15:11
  • Updated : May 16, 2016 - 15:11

Poster of "Five Enough" (KBS)

The KBS 2TV drama series “Five Enough” surpasses the dream viewership of 30 percent on Sunday, according to Neilsen Korea.

Compared to its previous viewership ratings of 24.3 percent, the drama saw a 6.7 percentage-point increase in popularity. As a result, episode 26 reached a viewership of 31 percent, beating other Saturday-Sunday dramas in the same time slot as well as all other dramas broadcast throughout the week.

“Five Enough” revolves around various families, with the two main characters Lee Sang-tae (Ahn Jae-wook) and Ahn Mi-jung (So Yoo-jin) -- a widower and a wife whose husband cheated on her three years ago -- falling in love. In recent episodes, the story also featured more of the new couple, Lee Yeon-tae and Kim Sang-min, who flaunted a lovely chemistry.

Lee Yeon-tae(Shin Hye-sun) and Kim Sang-min(Sung Hoon) in "Five Enough" (KBS)

Penned by Jung Hyun-jung and Jung Ha-na, “Five Enough” hits the airwaves every Saturday and Sunday at 7:55 p.m. on KBS 2TV.

By Kim Ji-young (christinekim@heraldcorp.com)

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