BY Adrienne Stanley | Jan 28, 2016 07:36 PM EST
"Remember" continues to dominate Wednesday and Thursday prime time dramas.
According to the January 28 report from Nielsen Korea, the SBS courtroom series recorded 15.6 percent or 2.1 million nationwide viewers with episode 14. This was an increase of 0.5 percent from its previous episode.
The 14th episode opened with the revelation that Seo Jin Woo (Yoo Seung Ho) was experiencing increased memory loss due to early-onset Alzheimers, a condition that afflicted his deceased father, Seo Jae Hyuk (Jeon Kwang Leol).
Jin Woo failed to show up to a dinner date with former prosecutor Lee In Ah (Park Min Young), after a disturbing meeting with Nam Gyu Man (Nam Goong Min), prompting In Ah to become suspicious of his medical state.
While Jin Woo once possessed a flawless memory, details surrounding key players in the murder case his father was wrongly accused of committing started to evade him.
However, he continued to put pressure on In Ho Group, the conglomerate responsible for framing his father.
Acting prosecutor Hong Moo Suk (Uhm Hyo Seop) resigned amidst bribery and extortion allegations while Suk Joo Il (Lee Won Jung) took the fall for slush fund scandal.
The KBS2 period drama, "The Merchant Gaekju 2015," increased its ratings to 11.8 percent, maintaining its position in second place with double-digits.
MBC's "One More Happy Ending" also experienced an increased audience, as the series introduced the compelling love triangle of Kwon Yeol (Let's Eat 2), Jang Nara (Fated to Love You), and Jung Kyung Ho (Falling for Innocence).
The romantic comedy recorded 6.7 percent as Goo Hae Joon (Kwon Yeol) launched his aggressive pursuit of marriage broker, Han Mi Mo (Jang Nara).
Song Soo Hyuk (Jung Kyung Ho) realized that his feelings for Mi Mo extended beyond her status as a former classmate and Go Dong Mi (Yoo In Na) continued to search for true love.
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