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레벨업 (le-bel-eop)

Directed by Kim Sang-woo-III (김상우)

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MBN | Airing dates :

12 episodes - Wed, Thu 23:00
Synopsis
A romantic comedy drama in which Ahn Dan-te, a restructuring expert with a 100 percent recovery rate, and Sin Yeon-hwa struggle to release a new film that will save the bankrupt game company

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Sidus HQ (싸이더스HQ)
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Airing dates : 2019/07/10~Upcoming

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