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Lee Eun-joo's 'Firebird' to Re-Air

2005/03/01 Source

"Firebird (Pulsae)", the last television drama starring actress Lee Eun-ju, who recently committed suicide, will be rebroadcast on the cable channel MBC Drama Net beginning March 8.

The popular romantic drama, which originally aired last April, told the story of a poor woman caught in a love triangle with a rich man and her ex-husband.

The drama is being re-aired at the request of the viewers, the cable channel said.

Lee, who also starred in such films as "Taegukgi" and "The Scarlet Letter", committed suicide on Feb. 22.

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