Lee San, Wind of the Palace

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Lee San, Wind of the Palace
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Also known asYi San
Genre Historical
Written byKim Yi-young
Directed by
Country of originSouth Korea
Original languageKorean
No. of episodes77
Executive producerJo Joo
ProducerPark Chang-shik
Camera setup Multi-camera
Running time70 minutes
Production company Kim Jong-hak Production
Original network MBC TV
Original releaseSeptember 16, 2007 (2007-09-16) 
July 2, 2008 (2008-07-02)
  1. Credited as Ji Sung-won

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