BY Adrienne Stanley | Jan 08, 2016 09:09 AM EST
"Remember" maintained solid ratings, as Yoo Seung Ho attempted to exonerate himself from a murder he did not commit. The SBS legal drama recorded 15.6 percent in nationwide viewership, as measured by Nielsen Korea. This was a decrease of 0.1 percent from its previous episode, but the drama maintained its lead over its prime-time competitors.
The eighth episode incorporated heart-stopping chase scenes and diabolical plots, as the series unfolds in the cinematographic style of an action film.
According to viewer demographic statistics published by Star Seoul TV, "Remember" benefits from a significant portion of male viewers, with 45 percent of men aged 20 through 40 tuning into the program.
Seo Jin Woo (Yoo Seung Ho) continued to evade the police after he was framed by the same corrupt detective that negatively impacted the murder trial of his father, Seo Jae Hyuk (Jeon Kwang Yeol).
Prosecutor Lee In A (Park Min Young) was placed in the precarious position of hiding Jin Woo from attorney Park Dong Ho (Park Sung Woong).
Jin Woo appeared to have the upper hand when he attempted to reveal the details of a slush fund or unreported money of the conglomerate controlled by Nam Gyu Man (Nam Goong Min).
However, his plot was foiled when he was captured by attorney Dong Ho, who willingly delivered him to Gyu Man and his henchmen.
Ratings for KBS2's "The Merchant Gaekju 2015" increased to 11.4 percent. This was an increase of 1.6 percent from ratings previously recorded with its 28th episode.
The MBC comedy "Sweet Savage Family" remained in last place, recording 4.6.
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