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Lee Da-hee‘s Mi-ra turns vengeful on ‘Big Man’

Lee Da-hee turns against her lover Choi Daniel in the latest episode of KBS television series “Big Man” upon finding out that his family falsely incriminated her late father. 

Mi-ra (played by Lee Da-hee) turns vengeful on KBS television series
Mi-ra (played by Lee Da-hee) turns vengeful on KBS television series "Big Man." (KBS)

Clockwise from top left: Ji-hyuk (played by Kang Ji-hwan), Mi-ra (Lee Da-hee), Dong-seok (Choi Daniel) and Jin-ah (Jeong So-min). (KBS)
Clockwise from top left: Ji-hyuk (played by Kang Ji-hwan), Mi-ra (Lee Da-hee), Dong-seok (Choi Daniel) and Jin-ah (Jeong So-min). (KBS)


In the 12th episode aired on Tuesday, Mi-ra (played by Lee) teams up with Ji-hyeok (Kang Ji-hwan), who is the mortal rival of Dong-seok (Choi Daniel), her cold-hearted lover and heir to Hyunsung Group.

The two join up after Mi-ra becomes enraged at her lover’s business tycoon family for ruining her late father by unfairly forcing him to take responsibility for embezzlement charges. In return, she decides to ruin Hyunsung Group and helps Ji-hyeok, a righteous entrepreneur who seeks co-prosperity between SMEs and conglomerates.

By the time Dong-seok begins to suspect Mi-ra, she has already stolen crucial corporate documents from Hyunsung Group. She hands over the evidence to Ji-hyeok, knowing it would potentially corner her lover in the ongoing trial. In addition, she has been spying on Dong-seok’s every move, just as his family has done to their victims and subordinates, which all works out in Ji-hyeok’s favor. 
The official posters of KBS
The official posters of KBS "Big Man" (left) and SBS "Doctor Stranger". (KBS, SBS)


The episode garnered the show its highest audience ratings since its premiere, closing in on the current No. 1 SBS series “Doctor Stranger” by only 0.3 percentage point, research firm data showed on Wednesday.

The audience ratings for KBS’ “Big Man” rose to 11.4 percent, up 1.4 percentage points from a day earlier. Its rival show “Doctor Stranger” fell to 11.7 percent, down 0.6 percentage point, during the same period.

The two Monday-Tuesday evening series will continue to lock horns for another two weeks, as “Big Man” is scheduled to air its 16th and final episode on June 17.

By Chung Joo-won (joowonc@heraldcorp.com)



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