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Fates & Furies is a South Korean television series starring Lee Min-jung, Joo Sang-wook, So Yi-hyun and Lee Ki-woo. It aired Monday to Friday on MNTV Channel everyday at 12pm. Even though Goo Hae-Ra (Lee Min-jung) is smart and beautiful, she is in a miserable situation because of her family. Her older sister attempted suicide and her father died. The only way she can escape her situation is with money. She approaches Tae In-Joon (Joo Sang-wook). He is the second son of a shoe company owner. Tae In-Joon falls in love with Goo Hae-Ra. A woman who begins to love under false pretences in order to change her fate. The second son of a Chaebol family who pursues Goo Hae-ra because he considers she is his fate. He also intends to become the owner of his family's company by getting his stepmother and older half-brother out of the way.
Television broadcasting in Myanmar began in 1979 as a test trial in Yangon. The First Myanmar Television Channel is BBS (Now MRTV) and it was launched on 3 June 1980.Regular television service was first formally launched in 1981. Most television channels in the country are broadcast from Yangon. MRTV and MWD are the two Burmese state-owned television networks, providing Burmese-language programming in news and entertainment and broadcasting from Nay Pyi Taw and Yangon. MRTV broadcasts freely 19 channels and MWD broadcasts 8 channels. Other TV channels in Myanmar are MRTV-4 , Channel 7, 5-Plus, ...