Ratings for KBS2 drama "The Slave Hunters" continued to remain solid, surpassing the 30 percent mark for the sixth consecutive week, according to ratings from TNS Media Korea and AGB Nielsen Media Research.
Statistics by TNS and AGB on Friday indicated the show brought in viewership ratings of 31.9 percent and 31.3 percent, respectively, each gaining by 1.5 percent and 0.2 percent from the previous day.
"Hunters," which premiered on January 6 with ratings of 22.9 percent on TNS and 19.7 percent on AGB, has consistently drawn in more audience with each episode.
TV demographics revealed the historical series has exceeded viewership ratings of 30 percent since January 14 on TNS' poll and January 20 on AGB's survey to remain the most-watched show in its primetime slot for Wednesdays and Thursdays.
The action-filled drama is about the life of slave hunter Dae-gil, played by Korean actor Jang Hyuk, also stars actors Oh Ji-ho and Lee Da-hae.
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