"I Can Hear Your Voice"

Actor Lee Jong-suk and actress Lee Bo-young pose during a press event for SBS TV series “I Can Hear Your Voice” held in Seoul, Korea on May 29, 2013. [SBS]

SBS fantasy thriller drama “I Can Hear Your Voice” continued its win atop the Wednesday and Thursday prime time TV charts.

The show drew in an average viewership rating of 16.95 percent on June 19 and 20, according to AGB Nielsen Media Research (Nielsen Korea) on Friday, making it the show’s second week in a row in first place.

KBS’s historical drama “The Fugitive of Joseon,” with just two episodes left, stayed at No. 2 as well after drawing an average mark of 8.85 percent, which is higher than last week.

At the bottom of the chart was the MBC drama “Queen’s Classroom” with an average score of 7.9 percent despite its strong cast of top actress Ko Hyun-jung and the most well-known child actors.

Meanwhile, TNmS’s [Total National Multimedia Statistic] survey showed the programs in same order. “I Can Hear Your Voice” drew in an average mark of 16.6 percent, while “The Fugitive of Joseon” and “Queen’s Classroom” drew in average marks of 8.35 percent and drew 7.3 percent, respectively.

Reporter. Kang Jung Yeon atoz@tenasia.co.kr
Editor. Jessica Kim

Courtesy of SBS