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During filming, part of a roof Lee was standing on collapsed.
Only her foot fell through, but reportedly the fall might have been fatal if co-star Lee Dong-gun had not rescued her.
The self-penned song, which features Ceejay (from Freshboyz), was released the same day as her album.
She won two Mutizen Song awards on The Music Trend for her lead single within two weeks.
Upon release, tickets to the concert sold out in five minutes.
Her third studio album, It's Hyorish, was released on July 14, 2008.
The album has 14 tracks, including collaborations with Daesung from Big Bang, Jeon Ji-yoon from 4Minute, Bekah from After School, Gary from Leessang, and Sangchu from Mighty Mouth.
She wrote online columns for vernacular newspapers such as The Hankyoreh that mixed her thoughts on life and career with social commentary, and was well reviewed for her simple prose, humor and intelligence.
Like Them had several instances of overt product placement, in addition to using Lee's songs in the soundtrack.
The Korean Broadcasting Committee ruled that the drama can never be aired in South Korea again, and that the network must apologize to its viewers.
Lee Hyori (Hangul: 이효리; Hanja: 李孝利; born May 10, 1979), is a South Korean singer, actress, record producer, activist, and television presenter. In 2003, she released her debut solo album Stylish which won several "Artist of the Year" awards. The second release from their debut album, "To My Boyfriend", became the first of their multiple number one hits. In January 2005, Lee made her acting debut in the SBS TV series Three Leaf Clover, starring opposite Ryu Jin, Kim Jung-hwa, Kim Kang-woo, and Lee Hoon.
Dubbed as the "Nation's Fairy" during her Family Outing days, she debuted as a member of the successful K-pop girl group Fin. In 2006, Lee was the highest-paid female singer in her native country when she signed a contract with Mnet Media. As the eldest member, she was the leader of the group. However, the 16-episode drama received low ratings (less than 10%) and Lee was criticized for her acting, with viewers saying she was miscast as a downtrodden but cheerful steel mill worker.
Mnet also ran a 12-episode show called Off the Record: Lee Hyori, which documented Lee's life on-set for three months; the show's purpose was to lessen the gap between the singer and her fans/anti-fans by letting them see that she is just another human being like everyone.