Sim Cheong was sure Joon-jae liked her so she repeated the words, “Heo Joon-jae likes me” over and over in her head. Then she witnessed Yoo-ran’s (Nah Yeong-hee) bag being stolen by a thief and got it back for her.
Joon-jae cooperated with Detective Hong (Park Hae-soo) to catch Ma Dae-yeong (Seong Dong-il). He then comforted Cheong who was terrified at the thought of Ma Dae-yeong. Later, Joon-jae went to see professor Jin (Lee Ho-jae) to be hypnotized into a state where he could see Se-hwa (Jeon Ji-hyeon) and Dam-ryeong (Lee Min-ho) struck by arrows, which were shot by Yang (Seong Dong-il). They both meet the same fate and the viewing percentage went up to 19.7%.
The metropolitan viewing percentage went all the way up to 17.2% and topped the drama charts this day. The percentage was 18.4% according to TNMS in the capital area too.
40% of the percentage share was taken up by male teenagers, 30% my female and 51% by females in their 40s.
SBS drama sources say the fact that Cheong has become much brighter because she knows Joon-jae likes her as well and the story about Dam-ryeong and Se-hwa must have caused this affect.
The fourteen episode of “The Legend of the Blue Sea” is scheduled to broadcast on the 4th of January.
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