KBS historical drama "The Slave Hunters" tightened its grip on the small screen this week as the top-rated show continued to attract more viewers.
According to TNS Media Korea on Friday, "Hunters" scored a viewership rating of 33.7 percent on Thursday, surpassing its previous high of 30.8 percent the previous week, to become the most-watched show last night.
The drama has fared well since its premiere on January 6, its ratings breaching the 20 percent mark in its first week of going on air.
Statistics by AGB Nielsen also revealed that the Wednesday and Thursday prime time drama recorded ratings of 32 percent, a 1.2 percent gain from the previous day.
Other evening dramas, MBC's "Woman Who Still Wants to Marry" and SBS's "Will It Snow on Christmas?" trailed behind the traditional drama with ratings of 5.2 and 10.2 percent, respectively
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