Fireworks (2006 TV series)

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Written byKim Soon-deok
Directed by
  • Jung Se-ho
  • Kim Hong-sun
Country of originSouth Korea
Original languageKorean
No. of episodes17
ProducerLee Chang-sub
Running time60 minutes
Production company Chorokbaem Media
Original network Munhwa Broadcasting Corporation
Original releaseMay 13 (2006-05-13) 
July 9, 2006 (2006-07-09)
  1. Credited as Lee Min-ho.

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