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[Ratings: Sat & Sun 05.11-12.13] ‘One Hundred Years’ Legacy Breaks 30 Percent Barrier

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2013.05.13 09:50 CJ E&M enewsWorld Grace Danbi Hong

It took 38 episodes to do it, but MBC’s One Hundred Years’ Legacy finally broke through the 30 percent barrier on Sunday night.

The feat comes after surpassing KBS’ You’re the Best, Lee Soon Shin, which has been the highest rated weekend drama for quite some time now.

Meanwhile, variety shows have been suffering with continually decreasing ratings.

[Ratings: Sat & Sun 05.11-12.13] ‘One Hundred Years’ Legacy Breaks 30 Percent Barrier

Saturday, May 11, 2013

Dramas

8:00 PM

1. KBS You’re the Best Lee Soon Shin 22.0


10:00 PM

1. MBC One Hundred Years’ Legacy 26.2

2. SBS The Secret of Birth 7.5


Variety

1. MBC Infinity Challenge 13.4

2. SBS Star King 8.5

3. MBC The Quiz to Change the World 9.5

4. KBS Immortal Song 6.3

5. MBC We Got Married 6.2


Cable

tvN Saturday Night Live 1.479


Sunday, May 12, 2013

Dramas

8:00 PM

1. KBS You’re the Best Lee Soon Shin 27.6

10:00 PM

1. MBC One Hundred Years’ Legacy 30.3

2. SBS The Secret of Birth 6.9


Variety

5:00 PM

1. SBS Running Man 14.6

2. MBC Dad! Where Are We Going? 13.6

3. KBS 1 Night 2 Days 12.8

4. MBC Real Man 9.5

5. KBS Mamma Mia 5.8

6. SBS Barefooted Friends 4.7


9:00 PM

KBS Gag Concert 15.5


Cable

jTBC Shinhwa Broadcast 0.697


*All ratings are based on AGB Nielson Media Research

Photo Credit: MBC

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