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Drama of the week "Joseon X-Files - Secret Book"

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Drama of the week Joseon X-Files - Secret Book (2010)

Directed by Kang Kyeong-hoon, Kim Heung-dong

Written by Choi Jong-goo, Ha Won-gi, Ham Chang-seok, Hong Seung-yeon, Kim Jeong-hee, Kim Nam, Lee Dong-gyu, Park Doo-il

Network : tvN

With Kim Ji-hoon-I, Lim Jeong-eun, Kim Kap-soo, Jo Hee-bong, Jeon So-min, Jo Jeong-eun,...

12 episodes - Fri 00h00
The x-files of Joseon dynasty that shed light on incidents that have never been talked about. A historical program that shows mysteries that cannot be solved with science.

Broadcasting dates in Korea : 2010/08/20~2010/10/29

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