“Remember” continues to lead Wednesday prime dramas, with solid double-digit ratings.
According to the report published by Nielsen Korea, the SBS investigative series recorded 15.1 percent in nationwide viewership with its 11th episode. This reflects a decrease of 1.3 percent from its previous episode, which reported an audience margin of 16.4 percent.
Episode 11 explored the burgeoning revenge plot of Seo Jin Woo, the young attorney who was previously motivated to exonerate his father from false murder charges.
However, the unexpected death of Seo Jae Hyuk (Jeon Kwang Yeol) prompts Jin Woo to seek out all of the players who were involved with framing his father, starting with the lackeys of In Ho Group.
Jin Woo brings justice to light, as Nam Il Ho (Han Jin Hee), the doctor who provided false testimony in the murder trial, receives additional corruption charges.
Former prosecutor Lee In Ah (Park Min Young) continues to investigate the circumstances behind the four-year-old murder case, receiving much-needed help from her former supervisor, Tak Young Jin (Song Young Kyu).
The grieving son also takes on the crooked cop who was responsible for planting evidence. He is moved by another young man, whose father is facing an equally alarming demise, after his company, Miso Light Bulbs, is charged with negligence.
The episode concludes with a courtroom face-off between Jin Woo and Park Dong Ho (Park Sung Woong), with a disappointing outcome for smug conglomerate head Nam Gyu Man (Nam Goong Min).
KBS2’s period drama, “The Merchant Gaekju 2015,” recorded 10.8 percent in nationwide viewership.
The MBC romantic comedy, “One More Happy Ending” premiered with 5.2 percent, as audiences tuned in for the exploits of Jang Nara and Yoo In Na, who portray jaded women in their 30s who were once the members of a popular K-pop girl group.