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Korean Drama of the week "Lie to Me"

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Drama of the week "Lie to Me" (2011)

Directed by Kim Soo-ryong, Kwon Hyeok-chan

Written by Kim Ye-ri-I

Network : SBS

With Kang Ji-hwan, Yoon Eun-hye, Seong Joon, Jo Yoon-hee, Oh Mi-hee, Kwon Se-in,...

16 episodes - Mon, Tue 21:55
A romantic comedy about a woman in her mid 20s lying that she was forced into marriage and then thing that happen after that.
Previously known as "Sweet Scandal" (달콤한 스캔들, Dal-kom-han Seu-kaen-deul)

Broadcasting dates in Korea : 2011/05/09~2011/06/28

Available on DVD from YESASIA

DVD (US - English Subtitled) DVD (MY - Ch Tr, My, English Subtitled)

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