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Upon release, tickets to the concert sold out in five minutes.Although her single was commercially successful, her drama was heavily penalized for violating advertising guidelines, as If in Love...Like Them had several instances of overt product placement, in addition to using Lee's songs in the soundtrack. L debuted officially on May 22, 1998 with their first single "Blue Rain". L became one of the most popular and successful South Korean pop groups of all-time, rivaling fellow popular girl group S. Her popularity in her various activities eventually was dubbed as the "Hyori Syndrome" in South Korea, and the Korean Media nicknamed 2003 "The Year of Hyori" as she was rarely out of the news all year. Stylish sold 144,182 copies in South Korea alone, according to the Music Industry Association of Korea in 2003.She won two Mutizen Song awards on The Music Trend for her lead single within two weeks.Soon after the release of the album H-Logic, seven of its songs, composed by Bahnus, were accused of plagiarism (among the allegedly plagiarized songs was "Bring It Back," performed by Canadian girl group Cookie Couture).Only her foot fell through, but reportedly the fall might have been fatal if co-star Lee Dong-gun had not rescued her.In February 2007, Lee announced her new digital single which would essentially be the soundtrack to If in Love... She performed all three main tracks from the single on Inkigayo on February 25, 2007.In November 2009, her contract with Mnet Media was set to expire.Lee planned to sign a contract with Gil Entertainment (currently B2M Entertainment) and work with Gil Jong-hwa who had been Fin. L's co-manager and had worked with the group since its debut.